Larsen & Toubro Limited (L&T), India’s biggest manufacturing, technology, finance, construction, and engineering company invites applications for various lateral and WFH jobs.
The Group is aiming to increase the contribution of information and technology and technology services portfolio to high teens by 2026 as per its 2022 annual report. The IT&TS portfolio for L&T includes Mindtree, L&T Infotech, and L&T Technology Services.
L&T Infotech is also inviting applications for various job vacancies, Click Here for more details and apply.
L&T Hydrocarbon is hiring for multiple roles, Click Here for more details and apply.
L&T Technology Services invites job applications for various roles, Click Here for more details and apply.
Experienced people may also Click Here to explore more job opportunities with L&T.
The company has a team of more than 50000 professionals spread across the globe. It combines a proven track record and professional skills, woven together with a culture of trust & caring.
It is consistently rated among the best employers in the country, L&T offers unmatched leadership opportunities & growth. Its approach is built on empowering employees to take on challenging assignments and explore their potential.
Like a few other companies, The company has also adopted a hybrid work model — meaning it allows its employees to work in the office or remotely. Since more and more companies are allowing remote work, WFH is becoming a popular acronym.
L&T Group of companies is also hiring for various WFH roles. Click Here to explore the work-from-home opportunities.
Recently, the company announced that it is making big plans to enter the new energy space, Larsen & Toubro (L&T) has said they are planning to invest up to $2.5 billion in green energy.
The company will be investing in producing green hydrogen fuel, manufacturing critical components such as electrolysers and advanced cell batteries, and undertaking engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) projects in space.
The company has commissioned its first green hydrogen plant at Hazira. The plant is designed for an electrolyser capacity of 800 kW that comprises both alkaline (380 kW) and polymer electrolyte membrane (PEM) (420 kW) technologies.
The plant will reduce the carbon footprint by 300 tonnes per annum, as a step towards the company’s goals to achieve carbon neutrality by 2040 and water neutrality by 2035.