I was pleased to participate in the 23rd Warsaw University of Technology and Faculty of Electronics and Information Technology jobs fair earlier this week alongside UltraSoC CTO Gajinder Panesar and UltraSoC Director of System Engineering Marcin Hlond.
The Warsaw University of Technology is one of the leading institutes of technology in Poland and one of the largest in Central Europe. It employs 2,453 within its teaching faculty, with 357 professors. The student body numbers 36,156, mostly full-time.
There are 19 faculties covering almost all fields of science and technology.
Following a successful 22nd jobs fair in March, UltraSoC again exhibited amongst 50 other companies each day. The event was very well attended by students at varying levels and stages of their educational courses, as well as those seeking an opportunity to start a new role now or in the coming months.
The event had a vibrant air of engagement and energy, and it was great to have a steady stream of enthusiastic people to speak with about the exciting opportunities to join the UltraSoC team in Poland, which is headed-up by Marcin.
What was inspiring was to hear how keen prospective candidates were to take their new found learning right out into the workplace and build their futures around technology. How exciting too for them that there are opportunities out there for them to fulfil their aspirations and to make a difference in this ever-changing world of technology.
Their developing knowledge and enthusiasm are sure to be an asset, and we hope to grow our team with people that we met here, both now and in the future as their courses come to an end. As we recently announced, we have opened up an office in Warsaw and are looking to recruit software engineers and data scientists, as well as interns, to work on innovative projects.
The future is certainly looking very bright here in Poland, not only because of the unusually sunny weather we were fortunate to have here this week. Long may it continue.