In line with our ambitious growth targets, we are recruiting large no. of self motivated & energetic people. It is a huge effort and we continue to seek internal referrals. This is of tremendous importance for there is no other way us to be numero uno in our products & consultancy offerings, without having the best of talent on board.
In helping us reach out to the finest candidates out there we need each of you to act as a change agent. Leverage your social network, expand your professional network. Help us spread this message in generating awareness.
Our next WALK-IN event for experienced software professionals is scheduled in Mumbai & Bangalore on Saturday, 11th August 2012 as per details below.
Qualification : B.Sc / BCA / B.E / B Tech / MCA / Post Graduate
Kindly request your Referees' to come along with their photograph & current resume (with Your Name & Employee ID written on the cover page).
Visit the i-Connect link on the intranet, to know about the employee referral policy and additional career openings.
Employee Referral Team
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