Kodak is a place where your creativity can virtually explode
in a remarkably advanced technical environment. A place where
your work is challenging and your performance is rewarded .
Kodak believes a diverse group of highly skilled people , in
an organisational culture that enables them to apply their collective
talents to shared objectives, delivers the greatest value to customers
and shareholders alike. The Company and its employees strive to
support an inclusive Kodak culture that acknowledges differences
through action, cultivates unique thinking and values diverse
perspectives on common business goals.
Kodak people are loyal, committed, innovative and thrive on challenge.
The benefits of working for Kodak
Kodak is the world leader in imaging with an international reputation
for quality and innovation. Our reputation for excellence is built
on the expertise and commitment of our staff, who all contribute
to our global success.
As an employee of Kodak Limited, you will receive an attractive
salary and benefits package designed to meet the needs of today's
In addition to a competitive salary, we also offer a range of
company benefits including a contributory pension scheme and private
health care cover after two years service.
Kodak strives for continuous improvement and this includes the
development of its employees. We offer long term career opportunities
and ensure that all employees receive a minimum of 40 hours of
training and development every year, based on business and individual
needs, that can include on-the-job training, seminars and conferences.
Kodak Limited is an equal opportunities employer. We are keen
to provide a working environment which suits today's demanding
lifestyles and can offer flexible working options to enable employees
to combine a career with child care commitments or care of dependant
In support of Kodak Limited's equal opportunities policy and
its commitment to building a diverse workforce, we are also a
partner in the Scope Fast Track initiative. This is a development
programme providing work placements and experience for graduates
Employees also receive an attractive holiday entitlement and
have the opportunity to make use of the Kodak social and leisure
facilities and staff shops.
A Skilled Workforce
Kodak Limited has around 5000 employees in the UK and has
always recognised the contribution made by these employees,
whether working as individuals or members of teams.
The company's business activities, its social events and
the personal achievements of its employees are communicated
through Kodak News, which is published 10 times a year and
distributed free to employees, retirees and their families.
The company is committed to providing a continuous programme
of employee development throughout the organisation with
a goal of at least 40 hours' training per employee per year.
Kodak Limited has applied a typically innovative approach
to training, offering customers and business partners, as
well as employees, more opportunities to learn to enjoy
The Kodak Imaging Training Centre is based in Harrow, where
courses are held on both imaging basics and more advanced
techniques in photography, colour grading, mini-lab operation
and digital image manipulation.
The style of learning at the Centre is relaxed with the
emphasis on practical teaching and supporting theory. All
attendees receive a certificate of training once they have
completed the course.
Kodak Limited is committed to quality assurance programmes
such as 'Investors in People', the Quality First Supplier
Process (Q1SP), and ISO 9001. In fact, Kodak is one of only
a small group of world-wide companies to achieve the BSI