Inetum Spain to hire 1,400 professionals in 2021

Inetum Spain to hire 1,400 professionals in 2021

So far this year, 375 new hires have been made and 168 university and vocational training students have joined the company in Spain to do their internships, out of the total of 300 planned for this year.


Madrid, 4th May 2021

Inetum, European leader in digital services and solutions, began the year with a workforce of more than 6,000 employees, plans to continue expanding this year with the incorporation of 1,400 more employees in Spain. 

According to Lucrecia García, Corporate Director of Human Resources, "one of Inetum's differential values, as recognized by our main clients, is the excellent technological capacity of our professionals. Inetum Spain is recognized, above all, for the high quality of the work of its professionals, their high technical competence even in the most cutting-edge technologies, and their commitment to a job well done". 

The most requested technical profiles are: 

  • Developers with different levels of experience (Java Back and /or Fullstack with Springboot and Microservices, and Front profiles with React and Node JS). 
  • Architects (Java Back / Front / Microservices). 
  • Microsoft: .NET (C#, Entity Framework...) and Sharepoint (webpart, spfx). 
  • Cloud Architects 
  • Oracle Database Administrators 
  • Security and Communications Engineers with experience in implementing security solutions with Palo Alto and Checkpoint technology. 
  • Mobility (IOS - Android). 
  • SAP Consultants of different modules and Abap Developers.
  • APPIAN Developers. 
  • Atlassian Consultants. 
  • Salesforce Developers. 
  • Dynamics 365 CRM Consultants. 
  • Test Automators (UFT / Selenium).
  • API Management Architects. 

Furthermore, "Inetum places its greatest asset, its professionals, at the centre of its processes, permanently reviewing its policies in order to improve their well-being and professional development. Currently, with more than 85% of our staff working remotely, we continue to make progress in making our working day more flexible, thereby helping to balance personal and professional life," confirms Lucrecia García.  

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