TheRole/s: Re-Start (Women on career break), Software Developer (.net) & Quality Engineer (Selenium) - Returnship Program
.Returnship program duration will be 4 - 6 months and stipend will be paid during the returnship program.
.Upon successful completion of returnship program, you will be given an opportunity to apply for fulltime positions within the organization.
Software Developer (.Net)
Quality Engineer (Selenium)
The Location: Gurgaon
S&P Global Mobility (Automotive Mastermind) has an opportunity for a self-motivated individual who is passionate about development / testing and a willingness to work with a geographically dispersed Operations team. The team member will be responsible for collaborating in the software development lifecycle including Planning, Analysis, Design, Implementation, Testing, and Maintenance.
We know that returning to work can be scary and understand that life at times requires you to take a break whether planned or not. Re-start Program is a platform that enables women who have taken a career break to return to the corporate world. It provides them a plethora of career options to choose from. This program aims to bring talented women back into the workplace after a career break. Our commitment is to ensure that our employees are drawn from diverse communities and societies, our ambition is to be one of the best employers for women in the world is central to that commitment.
The Re-start Program is designed to attract women who have left the workplace for several years (in most cases to raise a family) and would like to return to work on a full-time basis. The program will complement other S&P Global Diversity and Inclusion initiatives focused on encouraging and supporting women in the workplace.
IHS Markit Ltd was an information services provider that completed a merger with S&P Global in 2022. Headquartered in London, it was formed in 2016 with the merger of IHS Inc. and Markit Ltd.On 30 November 2020, S&P Global and IHS Markit released information about a definitive all-stock deal for around $44 billion, a deal which would be the largest of the year globally, according to Dealogic data.In Dec. 2021, the company announced its intention to sell Base Chemicals to News Corp for a reported $295 million as part of an effort to alleviate concerns about competitive effects.The purchase by S&P Global was finalized on 28 February 2022