Minsaitthe digital transformation and IT company of Indrawill hire 4,000 professionals in Spain this year, which will allow it to consolidate itself as the largest employer of technological profiles in the country.
The company is looking for profiles with traditional technological knowledge, such as Java, Data, Python and Mobility, or more advanced, as would be the case with technologies such as Appian, Power Platform or Google Document Artificial Intelligence, according to a statement.
The goal is for these new professionals to work in ‘low code’ projects, hyperscalers, cloud data, phygital, means of payment and cybersecurity, among others.
In its offer, the firm has highlighted as one of its values its character as a technological provider of the great Spanish digitization initiatives, as well as its promotion of some of the most relevant trends in this area for the coming years.
Within this campaign, Minsait intends to incorporate 600 profiles without experience by the end of the year with STEM training, either university or Vocational Training. Currently, 30% of its staff comes from training degrees compared to 70% with university training.
Despite operating in a market with high demand and scarce resources, such as technology, Minsait’s turnover levels are below the sector.
Today, 70% of the company’s workforce has more than three years of seniority and 40% more than 10. The company is thus consolidated as one of the IT environments that generates a greater desire to remain in the industry for professionals.
Another point where the company has emphasized in its hiring policy is gender equality, since 30% of its hires are women, who in turn make up 35% of the workforce, and 50% have with STEAM training without previous experience.
Minsait offers them “a magnificent work environment, an unparalleled learning platform and a great opportunity for growth and continuous professional development”, in the words of the company’s Human Resources Director, Sofía Collado.
Among the working conditions that Minsait offers to potential applicants, the formal implementation of a structured teleworking model for almost 80% of the workforce stands out, accompanied by additional measures of conciliation and flexibility.
“A rising value that has been reinforced in the post-pandemic market and that we have quickly adopted as a large company, aware of the importance of feeling satisfied with both our professional and personal facets,” Collado remarked.
Likewise, the company is part of the set of Spanish companies that have in their principles some of the values that new professionals appreciate the most and that have taken on value after the pandemic, such as possibilities for conciliation, good location and availability of centers, remuneration adjusted and flexible, internal equity, or development and training capacities.
In addition, with more than 42,000 IT employees globally, and business operations in more than 140 countries, Minsait has also become one of the companies with the greatest opportunities for those who are interested in traveling and developing their careers in other countries.
Apart from hiring in Spain, the company will add more than 12,000 people a year in other geographies, such as America, Italy, Portugal or the Philippines, which consolidates the consultancy with a great hotbed of employment and talent retention in the field technological.
Leader in digitization
Minsait has become one of the main players in making digitization a reality in Spain with projects in all segments of industrial activity in the country, as well as in the Public Administration.
All this thanks to an offer of high-impact value propositions, based on ‘end-to-end’ solutions with a notable segmentation, which make it easier for its clients from all areas to achieve tangible impacts with a positive footprint from the point of view of sustainability.
The company has positioned itself for the “revolution” that is predicted for technological services for companies and institutions in aspects such as cybersecurity, a market in which it has strengthened its position through the purchase of SIA, or in the world of payments, in which it is a relevant player at an international level through its subsidiary Minsait Payments.
Likewise, in its portfolio of solutions it also has strategies focused on Cloud and data exploitation; or in the radical transformation of industries intensive in physical assets, combining technologies such as the Internet of Things and Artificial Intelligence.
The company’s attempts to create the best work environment have also been officially recognized. This year, Minsait has been awarded in terms of attracting and retaining talent by the prestigious Merco Talento report, in whose specific ranking it holds first place in Spain.
Likewise, as part of the Indra Group, in January 2022 it renewed its Top Employer certificate for the fourth consecutive year, which rewards the best work environments.
Indra has also been included in the Bloomberg Gender-Equality Index (GEI), which recognizes the best practices at a global level in terms of transparency, promotion of equality and diversity. And this year it is one of the five best companies to work for in Spain, according to LinkedIn, which publishes its list of ‘Top Companies’ every year.
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