GMV creates quality jobs

The technology multinational GMV, which has grown by 17.5% in the last three years, continues to generate stable, quality employment. It is currently running a talent-hunting process for junior and senior profiles. With more than 2,500 employees worldwide (2,000 in Spain), it currently has 269 vacancies open—179 in Spain and 90 internationally (UK, Poland, Portugal, Germany, Colombia, Romania, and France).

Although COVID-19 has marked the last two years, GMV has grown by around 10%. Its specialization in technology and the diversification of the sectors where it operates have been two of the keys to its sustained growth and resilience as a company.

This specialization, together with the experience it has built up in its areas of activity, has enabled GMV to keep up its growth momentum and continue generating jobs and become a recognized employer brand. Its culture and values, based on trust and responsibility and the promotion of lifelong learning, contribute to its collaborators’ personal and professional development as the cornerstones of its future projection.

Following a human resources strategy in line with people’s current needs, GMV has attracted and retained the best talent. It values junior and senior profiles in all their facets, supporting female talent, equal treatment, and promoting diversity. As proof of its commitment to the future, practically 100% of the contracts signed are permanent.

The development of innovative products and services in sectors such as space, aeronautics, defense, intelligent transport systems, cybersecurity, and health has allowed the company not only to continue with its productive activity for its customers but also to take on new projects of greater relevance and international impact.

These projects include receiving the contract for the enhancement and maintenance of the Galileo control ground segment, participating in the development of the new generation of BMW autonomous vehicles, and implementing the new integrated and multimodal fare system in the public transport network of the Balearic Islands with EMV technology.

It also participates in the main European space programs (Galileo, Copernicus, and space debris) and aeronautical programs (FCAS/NGWS, SESAR, and CleanSky 2), as well as in the European Commission's major defense and security research framework programs. It has been protecting the infrastructure and technological systems of large organizations, public administrations, and critical infrastructure worldwide for more than three decades. It uses the most modern technologies based on IoT, mobile communications, GNSS, and artificial intelligence for their application in sectors such as automotive, healthcare, and ICT.


More info:

Corporate Marketing and Communications
[email protected]

Source URL: