There are now more than 11,000 people working for Ericsson in Latin America and the Caribbean, across 34 different countries and territories. We’re growing throughout the region, delivering improved networks, introducing new technologies and building The Networked Society. Our Global Service Center is based in Queretaro, Mexico, where we have around 2,000 employees. We’ve invested more than $13 million to create a state-of-the-art, 8,000 m2 working environment.
Ericsson in Brazil
Every time the emergency and police phone numbers are dialed within the city of São José dos Campos, São Paulo, Brazil, the municipality is ready to act and dispatch the needed services. Whether a fire, road accident, crime or natural disaster, the caller in distress will receive prompt support and lives can be saved. To be able to meet the required response times and handle all types of complex situations, the Brazilian city of São José dos Campos selected an emergency response system developed by Ericsson.
Ericsson Internship and Trainee programs
Ericsson Brazil has opened two programs that aspiring young professionals can use to launch and accelerate exciting technology careers! The Internship program is for students who are in the final year of their higher education, while the Trainee program is open to recent graduates. We’re looking for those with a background in Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Telecommunications and related fields – learn more about both programs here
Supporting National Women’s Day
In celebration of International Women’s Day, Ericsson Latin America has opened the door to young females in Chile, Mexico and Colombia, to learn more about what we do, specially seeking the boost the number of females in the ICT Industry. Talented female engineers that currently work in Ericsson shared the latest innovations in the ICT industry and gave the next generation a glimpse of the work we do every day.
Connecting communities in the Amazon
“Semana i” with Tec the Monterrey
“Semana i” with Tec the Monterrey is an initiative designed to help Ericsson connect with students locally. We welcomed 160 students into our offices and met with another 100 off-site. We presented our vision for The Networked Society – they created projects around the theme ‘The Future of City Life’. It was a chance for everyone to be inspired by what the future holds and the role that Ericsson could play in that future. We also took the opportunity to tell the students about our Graduate Program, in the hope that they will be inspired to join Ericsson when they complete their degrees.
SUPERAÇÃO training program
People of all abilities have the power to be change makers. Especially at Ericsson – because we have the values, culture, and stability to support and develop people of any ability level. That’s why, to foster respect for diversity and improve the competencies of our workforce, we’ve developed the Superacao Training Program to help differently abled people develop personal and professional skills in preparation for a meaningful career. If you have hearing, physical, light mental or visual impairment, and are just as excited about working at Ericsson as we are about having you, then we’ll do everything we can to make sure you’re successful.
Mexico Graduates Program
The Mexico Graduates Program, a proven, fast-paced launching pad for careers at the prestigious Ericsson Global Services Center (GSC) in Mexico, is training the next generation of top technology talent. For the past 5 years, this program has trained university graduates in Ericsson’s processes, methods and tools, preparing them to carry on the tradition of technological innovation and ICT (information and communication technologies) excellence at Ericsson’s Global Service Center.
Read more here
Latin America Trainee Program
In the Latin America Trainee Program, you’ll embark on a journey to the top of the ICT (information and communications technology) industry. You’ll evolve and develop in a supportive, challenging, robust, long-term and multi-rotation program. You’ll gain skills and experience that you can’t find anywhere else, from leaders very few people get access to - which will put your ICT career on the Ericsson fast track.
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Important notice: fraudulent job offers
It has come to our attention that emails and job adverts have been created and circulated by unknown individuals for the purpose of attempting to defraud candidates.
Potential candidates should be wary of approaches that appear to be offering a job for which they have not applied, especially if personal details or money must be sent in order to proceed with the recruitment. Neither Ericsson nor any commissioned third parties recruit in this manner. Such approaches are almost certainly fraudulent attempts to gain details of identity for illegal use.
Ericsson is taking all necessary steps to investigate this matter further.