Come and do the most important work of your life.

There’s never been a better time to join our team. Find out why you should become a Vowzer below.

Why Vow?

Vow is unrestrained. We're the perfect company for switched-on individuals, wide-eyed with ambition. Vowzers are constantly inventing new ways to operate and conceiving different applications - and we care deeply about the meaningful work we do.

We’re tackling a global need of the life or death kind (no joke) and inventing a completely new way to do an entirely new thing. We're a small, rapidly growing, and powerful team who are really just beginning. There is no precedent for each day's work, and we’re breaking new ground with a combination of complex and monumental hurdles around most corners.

We’re proud of our scrappy, humble, and curious team, and we have room to grow. If you’re equally excited please let us know.

Our Values

There are four core values that drive us at Vow. They were created collaboratively by the whole team and inform everything we do.

Act like the world depends
on us.

At Vow, we are working on one of the most urgent problems facing the planet. Meeting the growing demand for meat with a new, sustainable way of making food (instead of more factory farming) is not optional — it’s life or death.

Vowzers overcome challenges together with unwavering optimism, drive, and ownership.
We are biased to action.

Care deeply and be kind.

Vowzers work collectively keeping kindness and compassion at the core of everything we do. We care deeply for our team, our customers, our world, and our future.

We understand that progress will only occur when we invest in each other, share our skills and knowledge, listen, and lift up those around us.

Challenge everything
(then prove it).

Vow has been built on defying conventional wisdom,
and challenging how things ‘should be done’.

We’re not afraid to take risks, challenge convention, or colour outside the lines.

We ask the question ‘why the f&*k not?’ then prove conventional wisdom wrong.

Blow up the bioreactor.

Vow's impact is built on learning faster than anyone has ever learned before.

We learn faster from our failures than successes.

We take calculated risk, fail, learn and improve unreasonably quickly.

Current positions

Would you like to join our team?

If there isn’t a job listed here but you are clear on an area where you can add value to the Vow mission, we’d like to hear from you.

Would you like to join our team?

Spotlight on: Working at Vow

Last year we turned the beginnings of our second factory into a roller skating rink to, celebrate an incredible year. Check out what it's like to work at Vow, plus some bonus scenes from our roller rink party.

We're committed to diversity & inclusion.

Vow’s mission is to make food products for everyone, and we mean everyone. To do that we need a workforce that’s representative of the people we serve. We celebrate multiple approaches and points of view, we are inclusive and we believe diversity drives innovation - so we’re building a culture to match. Uniqueness is powerful. Be yourself and come as you are.

Words from our team

Creating Our Vow-lues

I genuinely love when people ask about my work at Vow.
Each and every time there’s this moment of realisation where scepticism turns in to “ohhh, you are making real meat, but without killing animals — that is super cool!”. It nearly always leads to a discussion on the technology, market, or their personal reaction to this emerging reality.

As much as I love the big shiny, exciting technology, that’s nowhere near my favourite part of working at Vow. It’s getting to be in close quarters with some truly wonderful humans, and working together in a way that is simultaneously inspiring, intimidating and energising.

Cultured meat was never inevitable

This past week an excellent, carefully researched and reported article titled “Lab-grown meat is supposed to be inevitable. The science tells a different story,” was shared by Joe Fassler in The Counter. In it, Fassler shares the bear case for cultured meat and delves into many of the technical challenges and questions of whether it will reach the lofty ambitions promoted by cultured meat companies.

5 Recommendations for a Successful Career in Science

Eight weeks ago I moved across the world, from the east coast of the US to Sydney to join Vow, a cultured meat company creating entirely new categories of food.
Cultured meat is one of the most complex biological and engineering challenges on the planet, combining cell biology, tissue engineering and bioprocess development. And I am expert on, well, absolutely nothing science-related, although I can offer advice on moving around the world in the middle of a global pandemic.

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