Explore Oracle – a sneak peek inside Romania’s #1 Most Desired Employer over the past 5 years

Currently counting over 4100 employees in the Bucharest and Iasi offices, Oracle Romania has been prominently listed as the #1 „Most Desired Employer” in the local market over the last 5 years. What makes them ace this test year after year? Take a look at Oracle’s values and recruitment approach, and see for yourself:



 

  1. Constant look-out for the best talent

Oracle is always looking for talented candidates with different backgrounds: either finance, sales, HR, or technical (development, consulting or support), experienced, fresh grads and everything in between. The ideal candidate would be someone with high potential, a will to learn, and an ability to quickly adapt to a fast-changing, innovative and demanding environment.
 

  1. Taking talent one step further

Oracle employees have access to great training and development tools, including international certifications and expertise.
 

  1. Competitive benefits package

Oracle’s HR policies, which are constantly adapting to the market trends and needs, are reflected in a competitive benefits package that includes medical services, insurance policies, and various employee discounts and facilities.
 

  1. Dynamic, supportive work environment

Oracle’s organizational culture is well-known in the Romanian market. The employees are part of a community based on cooperation, common passions and hobbies and cultivating interest outside the professional area, for a right work-life balance. All of these make for a friendly and inspirational working environment.

 

  1. Great office space

Oracle employees carry out their day-to-day activity in some of the most innovative office buildings in Romania – Floreasca Park, opened in 2014, and Oregon Park, in 2016. The generous open spaces, with plenty of natural light offer the best environment for both focusing and relaxation, informal meetings or shared lunches in friendly spaces. Oracle’s focus on environment lead to creating spaces that use the thermal resources of the Earth to reduce the energy use.

 

  1. Social responsibility and involvement

Volunteering is in Oracle’s comunity DNA – all projects are initiated by the employees, based on their interest in society, underpriviledged categories, or nature. Oracle Volunteers Romania coordinates monthly projects together with the NGOs they support, and the employees who donate their time to make a difference. Activities vary from spending time with disabled children, to offering a meal to people without a shelter, or doing fun activities with seniors.



 

             7. Supporting the academic environment

Oracle is a key contributor globally to IT education through its Oracle Academy Program that facilitates students’ access to Oracle technology to support their professional development. Oracle Academy supports over 600 institutions and over 52,000 students in Romania, by offering courses, software and Java Fundamentals and Java Programming trainings.

Oracle also developed the most complex career guidance program – Oracle Summer School. Each year, the company welcomes around 50 of the most talented students and graduates for one month of trainings, meetings, competitions – all meant to support them in choosing the next step of their careers.

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