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In 1876, Ericsson’s history began when two talented pioneers, Lars Magnus and Hilda Ericsson, founded the global technology leader we know today. Their story, and their vision, is as relevant today as it was 140 years ago.
We’re revolutionizing how the world connects yet again, and we’re seeking talented Cloud Sales Executives to help us do it!
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We recently conducted an experiment to demonstrate what happens when Ericsson Change Makers come together to create something beautiful.
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If you already know what you’re looking for, start here. You can view all of our current vacancies across all of our regions.
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How did Ericsson become a world leader in communications, technology and services? By helping businesses realize their goals and increase efficiency. By giving our employees the support and resources to fulfill their potential. By building a vision for the Networked Society that will connect the world. Click here to read about our organization, our history and the exciting work we’re doing today.
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What’s it really like to work at Ericsson? In an organization with more than 110,000 people, there’s really only one word to describe us: ‘diverse’. In this section, you can find out much more about our people, the values we share and how, all around the world, we work together to harness the benefits of technology, inspire others and make change. It makes for interesting reading.
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Ericsson helps people connect with technology, with each other and with opportunities. So, ultimately, we’re a people business. You can hear some of our people talk about life at Ericsson here.
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Interested in finding out more about the wide range of career areas within Ericsson? From HR to HDTV; from Cloud to Consulting; from Software Developers to Solutions specialists.
Ericsson is divided into eleven different regions around the world. In each region, creating The Networked Society offers different challenge, prospects and opportunities. You can get insight into each location here.
We have lots of opportunities for undergraduates, graduates and for people early in their careers. In every case, the message is the same: connect with Ericsson for a fantastic development experience. Whether you join us for an Internship or on one of our more advanced Leadership programmes, we’ll help you grow and fulfil your potential.
Our Early Careers Programs are designed for recent graduates with professional experience. They offer opportunities to progress into a global leadership role. We’re looking for ambitious people. They must already be on the curve to a global career, capable of influencing, challenging and leading within a cutting-edge business.
Interns are the Ericsson leaders of tomorrow impacting on the work we do today. You’ll see the true culture of our global organization, by working with various departments, locations and leaders through daily job roles, special team assignments, social events and volunteering.
We ask for all applications to be made online via ericsson.com/careers. You can read more about the full process here.
Can you think differently about how people and technology connect in our world? Then the Ericsson Innovation Awards is the competition for you. Follow us on Facebook to keep up to date with new competitions.
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