We offer excellent opportunities for individuals seeking to strive and flourish in the research and consultancy industry, focusing on their professional as well as personal development. Our distinctive environment offers careers that are exciting, challenging and rewarding. We encourage our people to learn, experiment and grow - for both their own personal benefit and the company’s.
We’re proud to say that our office has made The Sunday Times Best Small Companies to work for list at our first attempt. Our Company is the top-ranking research consultancy in the small companies category to have achieved a listing, achieving 50th place out of the top 100 companies recognised as great places to work in the UK. The accolade acknowledges “that senior employees truly live the values of the firm”, that people say “their jobs are good for growth” and the company “clearly values new ideas from employees”. We received top rankings for the My Manager, Personal Growth and Fair Deal categories. This is truly a testament to the talented collection of people, special energy and morale we have at The Futures Company.
Each day our world creates new technology: devices, apps, and services. Which means new ways to do things, new ways to connect, new things to learn. While each holds the promise of helping us get more done with less effort, they also can become one more thing competing for our scarce time and attention.
We are looking to hire mathematically minded people who have the talent to analyze and derive meaning from data, as well as those who know how to deploy techniques of machine learning. We work with a diverse set of technologies, including deep learning, probabilistic programming, large-scale learning, and causal reasoning. For scientists who’ve got algorithmic ability, this skill set can be the ticket to one of the hottest jobs on the market.
They’re responsible for production code quality and service performance, and accountable for automation of test cases to enable flighting. These engineers can evaluate requirements, estimate costs, design, implement, validate and measure to understand the quality of the end users’ experience. They can improve engineering processes, assure quality, communicate status, and manage risks.