Kubrick Group is an award-winning data, AI, and next generation consultancy with a twist. We exist to overcome the talent shortage that has existed for too long and help organisations transform. We do this by hiring the best graduates and junior professionals, delivering first-class training, which is designed and led by industry experts, and exposing them to exciting client projects for two years+ where they can take their career to the next level.
In just four short years, Kubrick has become one of the largest employers of data, AI, and technology professionals in the UK. We have helped transform nearly 100 leading organisations across industries and were named the second fastest growing company in the 2020 Sunday Times Virgin Atlantic Fast Track 100.
Kubrick strongly believe that the data industry should embrace diversity in its teams. There is a current under-representation of women starting careers in data, AI, and next generation technology, which is why Kubrick actively aim to attract more women into the field. Our commitment to gender diversity is reflected in our hiring efforts, with 40% of our employees being female – an impressive 24% higher than the industry average.
The backgrounds of our consultants vary greatly. We have consultant’s working on client projects with years of experience in and out of the data industry, and some with little to no experience prior to joining Kubrick. We welcome those with master’s degrees, undergraduates, and those with work experience to apply to become a consultant at Kubrick.
Click here to apply to become part of the Kubrick Team!
‘I feel privileged to be able to work on high profile projects with notable clients whilst managing the technical aspect of my work independently, this is mostly unheard of in other companies for someone who is straight out of University’
BlackTechTalks is a podcast series where Kubrick’s Leah Yohans connects with Black CEOs and leaders in the Tech and Data space to find out how they got to where they are today.
Discussions ranging from gender to socio-economic backgrounds, this podcast offers thought-provoking insights to diversity challenges within the ever-growing industry.