Mercado Livre, a leading technology company for e-commerce and financial services, has more than 700 job openings
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Mercado Livre, a leading technology company for e-commerce and financial services in Latin America, has more than 700 job openings throughout Brazil. Thus, there are opportunities for different areas and regions of the country.
In addition to e-commerce, available positions also include Mercado Pago, the company’s digital bank. Thus, there are opportunities for areas of Technology, Logistics and Financial Services.
Therefore, among the benefits offered by Mercado Livre to its employees are:
- Medical Assistance/Group Medicine;
- Dental care;
- Agreement with Pharmacy;
- Group life insurance;
- Meal Ticket;
- Food Ticket;
- Childcare assistance;
- Transport Provided by the company;
- Restaurant in the company; and
- Transportation vouchers.
Those who are interested in running for one of the vacancies can access Mercado Livre’s careers page and LinkedIn.
According to Patrícia Monteiro de Araújo, director of People at Mercado Livre: “In the last 2 years, we have innovated in formats, practices and initiatives that promote interaction in virtual environments while promoting face-to-face experiences. We believe that, while remote work can contribute to productivity, face-to-face work generates greater connection and transmission of culture”.
Thus, Araújo added: “In addition to the teams that work in person in our operations, another part of them works remotely with the option of being in the office whenever there is a need, which we call face-to-face with purpose.”
Furthermore, Mercado Livre expects to create more than 2,500 new jobs between direct and indirect positions in the coming months.
Investment in Brazil
In this way, the new hires are part of a project to expand the Free Market in Brazil, with an investment of R$ 17 billion during 2022.
The investment does not only include the increase in the number of employees, but also the opening of distribution centers and the improvement of logistics.
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