Now hiring: Hexaware to recruit up to 8,000 employees worldwide

Hexaware planning to hire in India, US, Canada, Mexico, Poland, UK

Now hiring: Hexaware to recruit up to 8,000 employees worldwide

Technology solutions provider Hexaware Technologies has announced it plans to hire between 6,000 and 8,000 employees worldwide in 2024.

"I'm thrilled to announce that Hexaware is expanding," said Rajesh Balasubramanian, Executive Vice President & Global Head – Talent Supply Chain at Hexaware, in a statement. "We're actively seeking talented individuals across the globe to join our team."

The hiring spree, which Hexaware said will depend on global market conditions, seeks to attract professionals in India, the United States, Canada, Mexico, Poland, and the United Kingdom.

Hexaware's available roles

In India, where Hexaware is headquartered, the firm said it is opening roles for:

  • SeviceNow Tech Leads
  • Automation Testing Specialists (API)
  • AEM Architects
  • Big Data Leads
  • Workday Financial Consultants

City-specific hirings would focus on Hyderabad and Noida (ITSM, HRSD, ServiceNow), Coimbatore and Bengaluru (Azure Databricks, Python, ADF), and Hyderabad (AEM, Front-End, MSD, Java FSD, .NET FSD), according to Hexaware.

In the United States, Canada, and Mexico, roles available include:

  • Cloud Application Architects (Azure)
  • ESM Architects (ServiceNow)
  • Java Full Stack Engineers
  • Test Analysts (SDET) with automation expertise
  • Senior Java Full-stack Developers with AWS

In the United Kingdom, Hexaware said it will hire Test Managers (Manual and Automation), AEM, DevOps (Azure), Service Desk professionals, and Full-Stack Developers (Java and .NET).

In Poland, the firm said it is looking for full-stack developers.

"Interested candidates are encouraged to visit Hexaware's careers page to explore current job openings and apply," the company said in its media release.

Hexaware has over 30,000 employees with 50 offices across 19 countries. Among the perks they receive include access to a learning platform where they can obtain external certifications without restriction or reimbursement caps.

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