- The most sought-after profiles include civil engineers, project planning experts, foremen, tunnel workers, carpenters and labourers
ACCIONA is looking to hire more than 300 construction professionals to join the team responsible for constructing the Orange Line 6 of the São Paulo metro project, which is progressing rapidly.
The vacancies cover different areas, roles and levels of responsibility, all based in the city of São Paulo. The most sought-after profiles include civil engineers, project planning experts, foremen, tunnel workers, carpenters and labourers.
To date, the project that began in October 2020 has already created more than 1,000 jobs, a figure that is expected to reach 9,000 by the first quarter of 2024.
The hiring policies established by ACCIONA for this project are notable for their diversity and inclusion, and training and qualification programmes are being carried out to employ people from more deprived regions.
To register for selection, you can apply at our Job Offers.
The company also recommends registration with CATE (the centre for employment and entrepreneurship support), an initiative by São Paulo City Council that is supporting ACCIONA and other construction firms in their employment selection processes.
You can register at www.bit.ly/vagasnocate.
Line 6 São Paulo Metro Project
Spanning 15 km and with 15 stations, the Orange Line 6 of the São Paulo Metro, which is forecast to carry more than 633,000 passengers a day, will connect São Joaquim station in the city centre with the Brasilândia district (North zone), cutting the journey time that currently takes approximately 1.5 hours by bus, to just 23 minutes.
Through a public-private partnership agreement (PPP) with the government of the state of São Paulo, the Linha Universidade concession company, in which ACCIONA is a majority shareholder, will operate the line for a period of 19 years after the works have been completed, which are currently being carried out by ACCIONA, creating more than 9,000 jobs.