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If you are interested in charting a career working for eToro, you may find this section useful where it details some information related to career opportunities, human resources and the over-all workforce of the company.
eToro normally post job vacancies on their business social media account in LinkedIn. To check for open positions, simply go to their Linkedin profile and click “Jobs”.
eToro usually have open positions for IT-related jobs, Community Managers, SEO Specialists, Social Media Managers and Customer Service Representatives.
eToro also publish job vacancies on their website in the Careers page. To view the open positions simply go to the “About” page of eToro, then click “Careers” and then select “View Job Openings”.
Since eToro has set up offices all over the world, they need to hire staff members to work on these offices. Here are the locations of eToro’s worldwide offices where job vacancies may become available:
|North America||Europe||Asia Pacific||Middle East|
|USA (New Jersey)||Cyprus||Australia (New South Wales)||Israel|
The most commonly hiring process practiced by the HR Managers of eToro includes these steps:
With exception of extraordinary instances such as hiring of executive-level positions where in-person interaction is required, the main way of hiring is done online. Applicants can send their CV’s online through the website of eToro or through their Linkedin page.
After evaluation, applicants will be contacted to undergo the process of hiring that includes taking an online examination and going through a series of interview all of which are done online. Interviews for non-remote work positions are done in-person.
Currently, the Human Resources Department of eToro is headed by Miri Kedem, the Vice President of Human Resources as stated in eToro's About the Team page.
According to eToro's website, Miri Kedem is described as:
She leads the Human Resources Department in all aspects including talent acquisition, training and development, performance management, compensation programs, succession planning, employee relations and welfare. Prior to joining eToro, she worked in HR for several leading companies including: Fraud Sciences (acquired by PayPal), Wiseband Communication, Optibase LTD, and Mercury Interactive (acquired by HP). Miri holds a BA & LLB, Bachelor of Law.
To apply for an existing open position in eToro, simply follow these steps:
According to latest figures (August 2021), eToro has more than 1900 employees with most of them working in the four main regional offices of eToro located in London (United Kingdom), Sydney (Australia), Limassol (Cyprus) and New Jersey (USA).
Here are the main executives of eToro:
Yoni Assia: Chief Executive Officer & Founder
Ronen Assia: Founder & Executive Director
Shalom Berkovitz: CFO and Deputy CEO
Avi Sela: Chief Operation Officer
Tal Ben-Simon: Vice President, Product
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