Much of the UK’s highest potential business and technology talent is excluded by traditional talent attraction. Our approach is designed to solve this problem - attracting, training and delivering a diverse community of technology talent, that organisations can tap into to secure fresh-thinkers for the future.
An equal opportunities employer, we hire people based on their attitude, aptitude and potential for success in in-demand roles. These individuals must then complete 8-10 weeks of specialist skills training with our in-house training faculty, with curriculums designed to prepare them for fast-paced and demanding digital responsibilities on-site with our clients.
Sparta Global has partnered with more than 80 universities across the UK and Ireland to pipeline emerging tech talent early and ensure the next generation of technology leaders have access to our award-winning emerging career opportunities and insights. Through our relationships with university careers services and academic departments, we support universities by bridging the gap between traditional education and practical work in corporate organisations.
We believe tech talent should be reflective of society today – made up of people from different walks of life, with different ideas, perspectives, strengths and weaknesses. This is why Sparta is committed to providing award-winning technology career opportunities to passionate people from diverse communities – irrespective of gender, ethnicity or socio-economic background.
In turn, this empowers Sparta Global to provide diverse talent pipelines for its client base - more than 100 public and private sector organisations across the UK and Ireland, including the Home Office, Admiral, Schroders, Bupa, Deloitte and more. Our initiative not only impacts the personal progression of individuals but our wider technology community too, improving access to digital talent and understanding of the value of diversity across innovation, creativity and accessibility.Find out more
Certified B Corporations are for-profit companies that use the power of business to build a more inclusive and sustainable economy -meeting the highest verified standards of social and environmental performance, transparency, and accountability.
The FSQS Registered Mark is valued by some of the largest purchasers in the financial sector and indicates that our organisation has gone through the process required to demonstrate its commitment and credentials to the industry.
Cyber Essentials is a United Kingdom certification scheme designed to show an organisation has a minimum level of protection in cyber security through annual assessments to maintain certification. Backed by the UK government and overseen by the National Cyber Security Centre.
ISO stands for 'International Organisation for Standardisation'. Achieving the above ISO accreditations proves Sparta Global's services and processes are world-class in their quality, safety and efficiency across security and resilience, privacy, and occupational health and safety.
The EcoVadis Rating covers a broad range of non-financial management systems including Environmental, Labor & Human Rights, Ethics and Sustainable Procurement impacts