International IT company Itera has opened offices in the Czech Republic and Poland: they plan to hire fifty engineers

Itera, an IT company with offices in the Scandinavian region, Slovakia, and Ukraine, is expanding its presence in Eastern Europe. According to DOU, the company opened new representative offices in Poland and the Czech Republic today.

Itera's new offices are located in Krakow and Brno. The opening of new representative offices was part of the strategic development plan, but the war in Ukraine significantly accelerated this process.

"Brno and Krakow are culturally and geographically close to the company's existing offices and give us access to the competitive and expert IT market of the Czech Republic and Poland. With the current pipeline of potential projects, we can confidently state that about 50 engineers will be employed in the new offices. And this does not take into account the management and administrative staff," says Artem Viligura, Director of Business Development Ukraine.

Vacancies are open for engineers of local markets and for Ukrainians who have moved to the Czech Republic or Poland. Since Itera operates in a hybrid format and does not require you to visit offices or hubs, vacancies are relevant for all cities in Poland and the Czech Republic.

For Ukrainian employees, the company offers a relocation package to countries where it has representative offices.