Working for Us

Passionate about people? Computer Futures is the place for you.

Computer Futures, part of Specialist Staffing Group, is a specialist IT and tech recruitment company with offices all over the world. We’re always looking for ambitious, dedicated, and hard-working people to join our global team.

Specialist Staffing Group is a global recruitment agency operating across key STEM (Science, Technology, Mathematics, and Engineering) markets. Our purpose? Bringing skilled people together to build the future.

Our recruitment consultants work hard every day to create lasting career connections between outstanding professionals and thriving businesses.

With so many varied opportunities available and offices located from London to Singapore, we’re less concerned with your background and much more interested in who you are and what you could achieve. We believe it’s important to build our people up and our learning and development programs are individually tailored towards your unique progression plan – that’s why so many people build a lasting career with us.

If you want to join a highly sociable, inclusive, and encouraging environment, we’ve got no doubt that you’ll feel at home at here.

With Specialist Staffing Group, the potential is huge. As a growing organization, we have a range of diverse opportunities on offer. So, if you can picture yourself working in a bustling team surrounded by enthusiastic and talented people, take a look at our latest opportunities!

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