Japan New Graduates Program
Ericsson is a world leader in the development and implementation of telecommunications networks, telecom services and multimedia solutions. With world-class training and development through every step of your career, Ericsson’s Graduate Program provides on the job, project based, online and classroom learning. You’ll work alongside some of the brightest minds in our industry – with a supportive and collaborative environment that gives you the opportunity to ask anyone, anything, anywhere around the world.
At Ericsson Japan, we have a number of roles for talented graduates with strong academic capabilities in:
- Information Technology/Computer Science
What you will bring is exceptional communication and people skills, leadership experience, involvement in extra-curricular activities and a willingness to travel. This is what makes YOU + ERICSSON a powerful combination and will give you the edge to be an Ericsson 2018 Graduate.
Your career with the world leader
The Ericsson New Graduates Program starts with a 6 weeks off-site training about business manners, technologies and Ericsson. The Graduates will then join their respective teams and undergo a mix of on-the-job-training, classroom training and e-learning sessions while getting included on projects. It will give you the opportunity to diversify your skills and meet new people within the organization.
From day one, Ericsson will partner with you to identify and develop your skills. You will work on challenging projects with some of Japan's most prominent companies, under the guidance of an expert, and develop your career in the area you are most passionate about. Our Graduates have the opportunity to work with leading edge technologies, including 5G, Internet of Things, Cloud Technology, Data Centre, Television, and Media and Applications.
How do we select:
1. Online Application
2. Phone Screening
3. Face-to-face interview with different Ericsson’s employees
4. Final Interview
What we are looking for
Respect. Professionalism. Perseverance. These are the core values that define Ericsson culture and guide us in our daily work and in the way we do business.
If you are a recent graduate with at least a Bachelor degree who has good team work mentality, leadership abilities and good problem solving skills, we offer you the opportunity to work alongside the brightest minds in the industry and work on projects that are changing the world of communication.
Find your job...
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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