Oracle to Accelerate Cloud Computing Business in EMEA with 1000 New Sales Hires

19 July 2017
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Oracle this week announces 1000 new jobs in Europe, Middle East and Africa.

Under the 'Change Happens Here' banner, the company said it is hunting for the next generation of ambitious, driven, digitally savvy Sales Representatives to support the growth of Oracle's Cloud computing business.

The move comes on the back of the company recently posting record financial results with total cloud revenue up 58%. Oracle claims that it is now the fastest growing scaled cloud company and is predicting its cloud business will accelerate into hyper-growth in the current year.

Aimed at people from diverse backgrounds and profiles with between two to six years work experience, currently in Human Resources, Marketing, Recruitment, Finance, Supply Chain or Sales roles, Oracle will recruit candidates with a strong sense of personal drive and the ability to successfully sell some of the world's most exciting cloud technologies.

Candidates can apply immediately for a range of positions throughout EMEA, by visiting the 'Change Happens Here' page – Oracle is looking for graduate level candidates who have a genuine interest in technology and the passion for the transformation cloud computing can bring to enterprises. 

Tino Scholman, VP of Oracle Cloud, EMEA Region
Our cloud business is growing at incredible rates, so now is the right time to bring in a new generation of talent to our company. We are looking to hire relationship focused people who are self-motivated and smart, who thrive for business transformation for our customers and love delivering great results. 

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