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Natixis wants to recruit 400 people for Porto

Natixis wants to recruit 400 people for Porto
Jornal de Negócios · 22 Jul 2021

The French bank wants to increase the number of employees of its excellence centre installed in Porto, with available vacancies in areas such as technology, finance or law. The company is also investing in a campaign to attract new graduates.

Natixis will reinforce the team that was established in downtown Porto in 2017, with the objective of hiring more than 400 professionals until the end of the year. If, initially, the excellence centre in Invicta’s downtown was dedicated to information technologies (IT), the company is now looking for profiles in the areas of management or law, due to the diversification of operations in the portuense office. In February 2020, the centre’s operation began to include activities of banking support as well, with teams dedicated to compliance, sanctions and embargoes, risk management and HR management.

Natixis, with 1.200 workers in Porto, has 400 open vacancies at the moment, with several levels of professional experience, in areas related to technology, baking, finance, management, economics and law.

In order to attract junior profiles, the company created a campaign directed to new graduates. Named "We want your brain”, Natixis seeks to hire youngsters eligible for IEFP (Instituto de Emprego e Formação Profissional) professional internships.

Facing difficulties to hire certain types of profiles in Portugal, Natixis opens the door for recruitment abroad, relying on relocation packages.

With a team of over 21 nationalities in Porto, the company details that workers from other geographies have "logistic support in obtaining visas, as well as financial, when arriving in Portugal”.