Accenture Is Not Firing, But Hiring In India! 3000+ Jobs Posted With Salary Upto Rs 15 Lakh For These Skills
Leading IT services provider, Accenture has posted around 3000 job openings throughout the cities in India. A massive chunk of this was posted in the last week itself.
This shows that despite the COVID-19 pandemic, the hiring at Accenture is quite normal.
Read on to find out all the details right here!
Accenture Opens Up 3300 Job Openings Across India For Candidates With Core Tech Skills
The total workforce at Accenture is 5 lakh employees and 2 lakh from these are in India. There were reports that hinted at the probability of the company firing 5 percent of its workforce throughout the world which amounts to laying off 25,000 jobs.
The company has opened up 3366 job openngs throught the country. This is despite the fact that the CEO of Accenture, Julie Sweet, has reportedly commented that the workforce that was fired during the initial critical situation of the COVID-19 would not be replaced.
Of these 3366 job openings, most of them are tech jobs. Also, more than 400 openings are for candidates that possess core tech skills.
To be more specific, there will be about 68 openings in the data and analytics space, which includes data scientists, data engineers, digital marketing analytics, data visualization skills, and social media analytics. In addition to that, there are about 360 jobs for candidates who are skilled in fields like cloud, infrastructure, and network security.
200 Roles For Project And Delivery Managers; Accenture Records Highest Bookings
Also, Accenture has opened up 200 roles for project and delivery managers whereas the rest of the openings are for sales, human resource managers, finance and accounting positions.
As per reports, most of these job openings are only for experienced professionals. The jobs site by Accenture has not revealed the salary that will be paid to the new joinees, but any experienced professional will be paid anything betweeen Rs 10-15 lakh or more depending on skills and location.
Accenture’s results that the company release last month showed that they missed the estimates and also saw lower growth. However, the quarter recorded the second highest new bookings, which shows that there is a huge demand for IT and digital services.