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.

Australia and New Zealand Graduate Program

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Ericsson Australia and New Zealand have a number of roles for talented graduates with strong academic capabilities in:

  • Engineering
  • Information Technology
  • Computer Science
  • Business


What you’ll 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 2019 Graduate.

Our program. Your career.

The Ericsson Graduate Program is a 12-18 month program. The initial 3 weeks is an introduction to the business and key stakeholders. The Graduates will subsequently complete 2 rotations across the business, in various areas, suited to their ambitions and skill set, each lasting around 6 months. The rotations undertaken during the program provide Graduates with the opportunity to diversify their skills, meet new people and utilize their knowledge across various areas of 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 Australia’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 any one of our world-class customers and projects, including: Telstra 4G network implementation, National Broadband Network (NBN), Smart grid technology, Television, Media and Applications.

How do we select:

  1. Online Application
  2. Phone Screening
  3. Group Interview
  4. Psychometric Testing
  5. Final Manager Interview

Find out more about what our employees have to say about Ericsson Australia and New Zealand. Or, read our graduate stories from the 2015 program.

Eligibility

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As an Australian or New Zealand Citizen, or Permanent Resident, in your final year or having recently graduated, we have opportunities for you in Melbourne and Sydney. If you are applying and hold a 485 visa or bridging visa you must have your permanent residency by the time applications close. Please also note that a student visa is not sufficient.

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