We are looking for people with a keen interest in technology and a desire to create a career in the tech industry.
This is a great starting point for anyone, from any background, all we need you to have is a genuine desire to build a successful career.
Sparta Global is a Technology Services Provider. We are a community of consultants who analyse our clients' business needs and use technology to assist companies through their digital transformation. We are on the look out for Software Testers to work with our clients in the Finance, Public, Government, Retail, E-Commerce, Media and Travel industries.
Without testing the world would be in chaos. Planes would crash, your favourite apps wouldn't work properly, the games you enjoy playing would all be super glitchy (as fun as that can be sometimes, you don't want it all the time).
Everything we use has to be tested in detail because if someone can use it incorrectly or abuse/exploit it, then they will.
Your work has to be detailed and organised to assure test coverage, but you also have to have a great imagination to perform obscure tests that can find defects otherwise they could wreak havoc on the released software.
Becoming a tester is an extremely rewarding career that you can gain great rewards from in itself, but it can also lead to other business or technical career that you aspire to in your future.
We take time and care to develop your abilities and confidence, your success is our success - together we make other businesses stronger.
What's really great about having a career in tech is that is transcends all industries, and as such we partner with businesses across all sectors - central government, leading consultancies, charities, the UKs largest mobile network operators, the world's leading music and podcast streaming platform, popular insurance groups, banks... the list goes on.
We like to be thought of as ED&I champions - To help illustrate the wonderful culture we maintain here at Sparta, we have won a host of awards and been finalists for many more:
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