Softinsa to hire 300 professionals by the end of the year

  • ECO News
  • 22 March 2022

The IBM subsidiary is recruiting mainly in the tech department, while it is also preparing the opening of a new innovation centre.

Softinsa, an IBM subsidiary, aims to hire 300 professionals by the end of 2022. This reinforcement has brought new hiring opportunities in the areas of SAP, cognitive cities & IoT, mobile, business intelligence & analytics, among other customer, industry, finance and supply chain transformation solutions. At this moment there are over 100 vacancies published. Later this year, the company plans to open a new innovation centre.

“We have launched several internship programmes and specialised training academies in order to attract and train talent with the key skills and qualifications necessary to respond to the growing requests of our national and international clients,” said Raquel Jerónimo, Head of people & organisation of the IBM subsidiary, quoted in a statement.

At this moment there are already over 100 vacancies for qualified jobs, professional internships and free training academies advertised on Softinsa’s careers page, and in the coming months opportunities will be launched to form the team of the future centre.

It is valued the academic background, bachelor or master, in computer engineering, electrical and industrial engineering, information systems and management, as well as in economics and accounting.

Softinsa’s growth strategy involves opening a new innovation centre later this year, in order to create synergies with more higher education institutions and expand the network for recruiting new talent in other locations in our country.

“The support of our partners has been fundamental for us to have been able to meet all our growth objectives for the company and the focus on opening a new innovation centre is the result of this successful synergy between the business world, educational institutions, local entities and the IBM group,” says Henrique Mourisca, general manager at Softinsa.