We are Hyperion Online...a specialist recruitment agency supplying technical and commercial talent to innovative online businesses in the UK, Europe and Worldwide.

Testimonials

Spreadex
Trading Manager
Spreadex

We have worked closely with Hyperion for a number of years now, successfully filling almost 20 trading roles with an extremely high retention rate, it has been a pleasure to work with them during this time.

Hector Sousa
Operations Director
William Hill Online

I have worked with Hyperion on a number of projects and continue to be extremely impressed with their service levels and attention to detail. Their industry knowledge and results driven approach sets them apart from the other recruitment businesses I have worked with and I can recommend them without reservation.

Nick Garner
CEO
SearchWorks

The guys at Hyperion really understand the digital environment and have always been my first point of contact when hiring online marketing staff. I would definitely recommend them as a highly knowledgeable and diligent recruitment partner.

Roel Schneiders
Corporate Recruiter
Philips Eindhoven

Hyperion are a valuable partner when it comes to finding specialist technical and commercial staff for niche vacancies. They deliver excellent candidates and I appreciate the fact that they always manage the recruitment process in a proactive manner.

Carl Tamleht
Recruiting Manager
EA DICE

Hyperion have assisted us with key hires across all areas of our studio. Their excellent industry knowledge ensures they only deliver candidates of the highest quality, and we look forward to working together in the future.

Laura Watton-Davies
Game Artist at King.com
Laura Watton-Davies

During the recruitment process Hyperion kept in contact frequently and followed through with any and all admin required, which was useful for me. They offered useful advice and were extremely personable, I could ask any question. Thanks to their assistance I landed a dream role. 

Blog post

25
Mar
2013
Crystal Ball

There has been a dip in the IT Contract Market in recent months, with by my reckoning salaries dropping around 30% (this is a rough calculation, don’t hold me to it) and there has definitely been a lull this month as we are approaching the end of the fiscal year. However if there is a shining light at the end of the IT contract tunnel?