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Critical Software plans to hire 300 employees in 2024

Critical Software aims to recruit 300 workers in 2024. The company will also reinforce its internship program to attract younger talent.

Critical Software plans to hire 300 employees in 2024
eco · 24 Jan 2024

The Porto Leading Investor, Critical Software plans to hire 300 workers in 2024. The aim is to reinforce teams in important areas such as cybersecurity and artificial intelligence, and applications must be made online.

"Critical Software wants to strengthen its teams and plans to recruit around 300 employees for its offices by 2024, to reinforce the teams in the technology company's core areas, such as cybersecurity and Artificial Intelligence and machine learning," the company announced.

Critical Software is a multinational "specialized in developing software solutions and providing engineering services to support critical and reliable systems, oriented to the security, mission and business of companies."

It currently has more than 1,000 employees in offices in Portugal, the UK and Germany. After having hired more than 250 people in 2023.

This year, the company wants to recruit another 300 employees, with the intention of "reinforcing and boosting" the development of disruptive projects.

There are several vacancies already available, at various levels of seniority and for different locations, and applications must be made online.

In addition, in 2024, Critical Software assures that it will continue to invest in getting closer to universities and academic institutes, "to attract and retain emerging talent and strengthening the relationship between universities and the business sector."

Moreover, with new talent in mind, the company is already preparing a new edition of Summer Camp - an internship program for young people - which will receive 30% more participants this year.

"Last year, this summer internship program promoted by the company and targeted towards young people looking for their first contact with the professional world, was attended by 30 trainees from all over the country," stated Critical Software.