The American Consulate General in Thessaloniki, Elizabeth K. Lee, visited today Pfizers Hub in Thessaloniki. Nico Gariboldi, Hub Site Leader, welcomed her. The US Consulate is closely monitoring US investments in Thessaloniki and it has repeatedly expressed its satisfaction for this particular investment, which promotes innovation in the critical health sector, opening up promising prospects.read more
The article focuses on the fact that 200 people will be recruited at Pfizer’s Hub in Thessaloniki, mentioning the visit of the American Consulate General in Thessaloniki, Elizabeth K. Lee, to Pfizer’s Hub in Thessaloniki.
A diverse group of talented individuals, electrical and computer engineers and computer scientists participated in the 6th Pfizer Software and Cloud Engineering bootcamp. Participants attended an integrated training program focused on the domains of software engineering, object-oriented programing and JAVA fundamentals, front end development and cloud computing that lasted for 4 weeks.
The candidates had the unique opportunity to build new capabilities in cutting edge technologies, get introduced to the company and claim a seat in the Pfizer family.
18 candidates were selected and hired to fill the positions of Associate Solution Engineer, Digital Analyst, etc., so as to develop digital solutions that lead to breakthroughs that change patients' lives along with the larger group in the Center for Digital Innovation.
All of us in the Center for Digital Innovation are going to welcome them warmly in Pfizer during June.
Hackathons have been leveraged as an innovative tool to fuel the recruitment process in the global Center for Digital Innovation at Pfizer Thessaloniki. The main objective is to source hire new talents to develop innovative digital solutions and applications that can improve the quality of life of patients.
So far two hackathons have been organized by CDI resulting in 20 new hires. The 8 people that have been selected from this year’s Hackathon are all set to start their journey in Pfizer as Senior Associate Solution Engineers and Senior Associate Software Engineers as of July 2021.
During this year’s hackathon, all participants addressed the proposed challenges. They also had the opportunity to attend trainings so as to further improve their skills and capabilities on software engineering. Their individual projects were presented in a designated Committee for evaluation. After a series of interviews 8 candidates were selected to join Pfizer in July!