AI-tech solutions company Qualitest plans to hire for 3,000 jobs globally
Qualitest, a firm which provides artificial intelligence-powered engineering solutions, has announced its plan to hire 3,000 job positions across the world amidst the rapid growth the company has experienced.
According to the company’s statement, 1,000 entry-level and 2,000 experienced positions will be filled up across key verticals such as gaming and technology, financial and banking services, retail, media and entertainment, healthcare, life sciences, Internet-of-Things, and more.
Several of the company’s hubs are seeking to fill various roles in geographies including 1,400 in India, 1,000 positions across the Americas, 500 in Europe, and 400 in Israel.
The latest move comes on the back of Qualitest’s continued rapid growth, which includes the acquisition of four multinational tech companies within the past two years.
The tech solutions company was founded in 1997 by Ayal Zylberman and the company employs over 7,000 staff from various geographies. The firm’s plan for talent acquisition will continue as they aim to sustain rapid growth.
Einav Lavi, Qualitest's Chief People and Talent Officer said, “Growth and ‘touching lives’ underpin all that we do at Qualitest, and we are dedicated to helping others reach their potential. We make it our mission to empower our employees to become our ambassadors of expertise and brand assurance to help accelerate digital transformation for our clients.”
He also added that while many companies hitting the brakes on hiring, we invest in hiring the best talent and up-skilling and re-skilling our workforce.”
Qualitest is also actively hiring Modern Quality Engineers, Software Developers, and Software Testers in Argentina, Canada, Germany, India, Israel, Mexico, Portugal, Romania, Switzerland, the UK, and the USA.
The year has seen a lot of big companies laying off their employees by thousands due to various financial, growth, and restructuring reasons. Tech giant Microsoft has planned to lay off nearly 1,000 workers across multiple divisions. Twitter removed all of its senior leadership after Elon Musk’s takeover. Twilio’s CEO announced the laying off of 11% workforce due to restructuring reasons. Companies like Byju, WazirX, and EPAM also laid off their employees thousands. Still, it would be interesting to see how Qualitest keeps walking the growth trajectory in the days to come.