It is not every day that our consultants get to visit a country like Jamaica. Yes, that's correct – Jamaica! Your first thought is probably of people relaxing by the beautiful Caribbean Sea, but our Utilities & Infrastructure Management Team experienced that even in Jamaica, where the pace of life is normally slower, work can be the same or even more challenging than in Europe.
Everyone has to start somewhere, and why not in a
company which specialises in your field of interest?
Meet Daniel - a third-year Computer Technician student from Vegova – the Electrotechnical and Computer Engineering High School, Ljubljana.
Daniel wants to kick-start his career as a programmer, so he has used his Adacta internship opportunity to gain some hands-on experience in IT before continuing his studies in October 2019. During the one-month internship he gained a lot of real-life work experience! Check out his highlights from his month at Adacta:
Tina is a student of Management Studies at the Faculty of Economics. She applied for this position because she was aware of the importance of acquiring early work experience. She has always wanted to work in a dynamic and international environment where she would have a lot of career options after she finishes her studies. This is why she decided to try her luck, so she sent her CV and made it to Adacta!
Among IT professionals, Adacta is known as a great place to work for anyone wanting to advance their career while achieving a healthy work-life balance. To discuss more about life at Adacta we sat down with Valerija Marence, the newly appointed Head of HR for AdInsure.
"If I had to put emphasis on one thing, then I would definitely choose the people at Adacta. The people here are resourceful, knowledgeable, interesting, kind and know how to have fun."
Meet Vladimir, (Software Developer and member of the FIS - Banking department), and check out what he, as a father, thinks about working at Adacta
After a brief exchange of words with Adacta’s representatives, I immediately knew I wanted to work there. I would say the main reason was their professionalism and attitude. And of course, the recommendation from my friend. :)
Milan: It is usually thought that a project leader needs to be an expert in highly technical subject matters. This is somewhat true, but not necessarily the whole story… In my opinion it is usually the other way around: The hard skills are easy, the soft skills are hard.
Adacta builds a work environment based on team culture, knowledge and multinational
cooperation. As a company we are always open to new methods of spicing up (in a
good way) our work and connecting people even more.
In the last few months, the Adacta Brno team has expanded, with 6 new colleagues now making it a team of 19 in total. Recently we decided to integrate the new guys with a offsite office event.