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Amadeus, the global provider of technology solutions for the travel and tourism industry, is looking to recruit 500 workers to its Nice-Sophia Antipolis site, where the company’s Research & Development centre is situated.
While the group employs 15,000 worldwide, the Nice location was rated “2016 Best Employer” by Capital Magazine, as well as the fifth best technology company to work for in France, above Microsoft and SAP.
“We value the work of our teams and offer them many advantages as well as attractive prospects for growth,” says Magali Viano, Amadeus’ Director of Human Resources.
With 600 million reservations made a year, Amadeus sees 2018 as a pivotal year for the travel industry and new technologies, like blockchain and AI, and is planning to hire accordingly.
Job openings will include full-time positions, internships, and contracts in R&D, digital, marketing and project management for students, recent engineer, business school or university grads, C ++ developers, Java, marketing product managers, Pdef specialists, QA engineers, IT security and DevOps.
Only 20 minutes from Nice airport and in the centre of EU’s leading Technology hub, Amadeus’ campuses in Sophia-Antipolis are home to 3,800 people of some 70 nationalities.
“Our campuses offer an exceptionally multicultural environment where diversity is valued, and where more than. Our approach is agile and flexible, and our success story is based on collaboration and team spirit. Our work environment reflects this mindset and also favours a better work-life balance,” reads the company’s website.
To apply: www.linkedin.com/company/amadeus/jobs
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