There are currently more than 46,500 people working for Ericsson in the Europe region. We attract talented people from many diverse backgrounds, offering opportunities in every Ericsson business area.
Ericsson Research and Development center: Budapest – NOW HIRING!
Our world-class Research and Development center in Budapest is already one of the most important sites in the Ericsson global network. But we’re not stopping here – we’re continuing to build this center into a Global Center of IP Software Development Excellence. What does this mean? It means we’re hiring! We have a huge number of openings to fill at Ericsson Budapest, from entry-level to experienced.
The Ericsson Research and Development center in Budapest is home to some of the brightest, most talented people in our company. Working at Ericsson Budapest represents a career-defining opportunity for many reasons, including:
- Our Center represents complete Research and Development chain
- Develop software and hardware for Cloud, IP, Security and Data Analytics
- Center of innovation - Agile development and Ericsson Garage
- A diverse workforce of 1,200 employees
- Almost 100 employees with PhDs
- Joint research labs with globally known universities
- Participation in national and global research programs
- Social responsibility efforts, including Programing School for Girls, and Group coaching for female leaders outside Ericsson
- Endless career development possibilities: leadership development program, business coaching, mentoring, 360 Leadership review, instructor-led trainings and self-learning opportunities
- Award-winning workplace: Hungarian Cloud Award 2014–Best Cloud Competence Center, the Most Intelligent Company Award 2014, Coaching-oriented company of 2015 and many more!
Relocation support for selected candidates is available.
Interested in joining Ericsson Budapest? Visit here.
HIRING: Field service operatives!
Interested in working in a hands on role where each day and every assignment is a new adventure? Whether you’re a recent graduate in Telecom/IT/Engineering or have 3-5 years of experience in a similar role, we want to hear from you as soon as possible! In this role, you will:
- Work on Multi Consumer Equipment
- Have a Large support network
- Get one-on-one mentoring
- Be a part of building The Networked Society
You’ll be assigned to an area in England, Scotland, Wales or Northern Ireland – multiple roles exist in London. You’ll undertake a variety of field-based tasks, including attending sites in order to identify and actively work to resolve network, systems and related telecom and IT faults.
Don’t wait on this amazing opportunity – apply here
The strength of diversity
At Ericsson, we have a strong focus on gender equality and believe that diversity is a key element to a successful team. Learn how Ericsson promotes female leaders in relevant communities and what life is like as an Engineer Ericsson.
Women in Engineering and Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers
IEEE, “the world’s largest technical professional organization” and Ericsson partnered up for a Women in Engineering webinar to discuss #PressforProgress and Gender Parity. Listen to the recorded session here and join the chat #WIEWednesday and #EricssonDiversity.
Ericsson has a strong installed base in Europe, partly as a result of the modernization projects of European networks in 2011–2013, which was a prerequisite for the transformation. In 2014, business in Europe was driven by investments in network quality and capacity combined with managed services.
Europe is a developed market in which consumers expect the latest innovations and the fastest delivery.
Find out more about how Ericsson is ‘Digitising Europe’.
The Ericsson garage in Budapest
Ericsson has operated in Budapest for more than a century and we currently have more than 1200 Engineers in our Research and Development Center. Now, we’ve launched The Ericsson Garage: a technology incubation lab, working with radical innovations connected to cloud computing, virtualization, 5G, IoT and analytics. It’s a space where all players in The Networked Society can team up, including representatives from operators, academia, start-up companies and players from other industries as well as local communities.
Find out more
What’s it like to work in TV?
We recently held an event called Open Industry at Ericsson TV. We gave 70 students from the local area the chance to spend time working alongside EDT (Engineering Development Trust). We used our Experience Center to provide them with an insight into what it’s like to be one of our broadcasters. It was a great opportunity for them to learn more and a great way for us to show what an exciting, interesting and relevant career Engineering could be for them.
How cloud is shaping businesses
Damian Gautschi, Head of Cloud Strategy at Ericsson Western and Central Europe, and Doug Goodge, Head of Talent Acquisition at Ericsson Western and Central Europe, recently hosted a live webinar entitled “Towards an All-Cloud Strategy: Building the Digital Supply Chain.” This session offers unique insight on how Ericsson is transforming the way that global businesses manage and share information. It will also give you a first-hand look at Cloud careers available at Ericsson. As Cloud technology liberates how we think and work, opportunities are growing for both traditional and digital businesses, creating new ways to integrate functions, communicate ideas and connect with customers anywhere and everywhere.
Click here to watch the video
Ericsson Employees in Western and Central Europe do more than just work together – we have fun together too! Our spirit of collaboration and camaraderie reaches well beyond the office. Read on to learn about some of our most recent successful employee events.
Employee fun day
An employee get together, featuring delicious BBQ, soccer, rounders, and tons of family fun, including:
- Face painting
- Balloon modelling
- Giant Jenga
- Giant Connect 4
- Balloon burst
- Bouncy castle
- Obstacle course
- Kids BBQ
- Bungee touchdown basketball
An end of Summer celebration for Ericsson employees and their families, attended by almost 1000 people. Guests enjoyed:
- KidsZone: playground, eco handcraft, jumping castles
- SportZone: football, bubble football, aerobics, yoga, squash, streetball
- NGOZone: eco-gardens, foundation for responsible ownership, presentation from Sweden, Ericsson SCR activities
- ArtZone: crafts and fashion
- LogiZone: board games, Danish logical games
Adults also had the opportunity to design their own smart watch or article of smart clothing. Ericsson Hungary also organized a TIFO with Ericsson employees, partners, kids and 800 balloons.
Ericsson Garage Tour
Ericsson employees had the opportunity to take a closer look at our innovative Ericsson Garage projects via a guided tour.
The ability to develop an idea from opportunity into a thriving commercial offering is vital for technology companies to stay competitive in today’s market. The Ericsson Garage acts as an incubator for innovations in areas adjacent to current research and business. Ideas are initiated by individual researchers or managers, and developed under a lean startup methodology.
The Ericsson Garage is an excellent resource, and it was great to be able give more of our employees closer look!
Career opportunities at Ericsson Tunisia
Ericsson has had a continuous presence in Tunisia since 1964. We now have more than 100 employees and we’re continuing to grow. We’ve launched a new Training Academy in Tunis and we’re opening a new Near Shore Center – focusing on R&D – to support innovation across the Maghreb and Mediterranean regions. Near Shore Center Tunisia will provide the connection between global innovation and local delivery, supporting effective customer engagement throughout the region. Initially, we will focus on Consulting, Strategy and Integration, helping to establish and implement frameworks for project assessment, solution and delivery. By adopting a consistent approach, we will also create opportunities for people in the Near Shore Center to work on wider global projects in the future.
It’s an exciting time to join us. Find out more about career opportunities in Ericsson Tunisia and in R&D here.
CloudLab in Italy
Ericsson has launched a new Cloud Lab in Rome, Italy, enabling faster innovation and co-creation with leading telecoms operators. The lab is an open and multi-vendor environment, allowing operators to experiment and learn how cloud infrastructure can be designed and integrated into existing environments. Telecom operators and Ericsson can jointly develop concepts and execute trials for new-use cases and cloud services, and operators can then access the Cloud Lab virtually from any of their premises worldwide. “This new lab is an example of Ericsson's passion for driving innovations in Italy,” says Nunzio Mirtillo, Head of Region Mediterranean, Ericsson.
Employer of choice in Romania
Ericsson has been named one of the top employers in Romania. We’ve been recognized because we excel in a number of areas. It’s acknowledged that we create great learning opportunities for our people and our open, non-hierarchical culture promotes fast career development. We’re also global environment with a visible commitment to making a difference to the world around us. Altogether, it makes us a great place to work.
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