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Indian technology firm creates 150 Victorian jobs

Indian technology firm creates 150 Victorian jobs

Most to go to engineering graduates in ICT

Infotech Enterprises will create 150 new jobs in Victoria by 2016. The new jobs will be created by the expansion of the Indian-based company’s Melbourne delivery centre.

Victorian minister of technology, Gordon Rich-Phillips, said the company was expanding to meet growth in service demand. The majority of the new places will be engineering roles focused on ICT, telecommunications and rail/signalling.

Infotech was founded in India in 1991 and has over 10,000 global employees. It provides engineering services to the manufacturing, resources, utilities and communications sectors. The company established its Australian headquarters in Melbourne in 2005.

The minister said Infotech had become a much-valued partner for local companies over the past nine years. The company will also work closely with local universities in creating new pathways to employment for engineering graduates as part of its expansion plans in Victoria, Rich-Phillips said.

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