Indian IT major Infosys announces 300 new jobs in Singapore


Indian IT giant Infosys revealed plans to recruit 300 workers over the next three years in Singapore across a range of roles.

For supporting the ongoing programs of the government of Singapore to generate job opportunities for freshers as well as mid-career professionals, Infosys said that it has collaborated with Infocomm Media Development Authority of Singapore (IMDA), a statutory board, under the Singaporean Ministry of Communications and Information.

Shaji Mathew — Infosys Executive Vice President said: “Our collaboration with the Government of Singapore underscores our investment and commitment to leverage Infosys’ digital expertise to develop a highly skilled future workforce at a time when the world is trying to embrace digital at scale to navigate the post-pandemic economic reality.

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“The plan to hire 300 locals in Singapore reinforces our commitment to our localization strategy, at a global level. We look forward to strengthen our presence in Singapore, in pace with the digital transformation journeys of our clients.”

Infosys plans to recruit technology professionals, mature professionals, managers, executives, and technicians (PMETs) from both tech and non-tech backgrounds, and graduates who just passed out from polytechnics and universities to build a skilled and future-ready workforce in Singapore.

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Along with Infosys Compaz (iCompaz) its joint venture with Temasek, Infosys will hire the individuals under IMDA’s TechSkills Accelerator (TeSA) Company-Led Training (CLT) program.

Indian IT major Infosys announces 300 new jobs in Singapore

Indian IT major Infosys announces 300 new jobs in Singapore. Photo courtesy of Binoyjsdk/Wikimedia Commons.

Kiren Kumar — IMDA Deputy Chief Executive said: “I would like to thank Infosys for the strong partnership and commitment to hire and train Singaporeans for in-demand technology roles including cybersecurity, software and cloud engineering.

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“Digitalisation is accelerating across the economy with an increasing demand for emerging technology roles. Our Tech Skills Accelerator (TeSA) programme aims to work closely with industry leaders to provide on-the job training to meet the skills needs across our ecosystem.”

Recently, Infosys released its results for the first quarter of the fiscal year 2023 (Q1 FY2023), in which it reported a net profit of INR 5,360 crores ($689 million). Know more about Infosys Q1 FY2023 results here.

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