Here you can find all that you need to know about the employment procedure at Ericsson - what a typical hiring process looks like and tips on how you can prepare for your interview. But first, welcome and great to see that you are interested in us! We are very proud of how and why we do things, and we suggest you begin your journey with us by exploring our culture and values for an insight into our lives at Ericsson.
Once you have found a job you are interested in, the process towards an exciting future begins. Depending on the role you are applying for the process usually looks like this:
- Apply for the job – Our application process is quite simple. Once you create your account, it will only take a few minutes to get the application completed.
- Hear from us – If your profile makes a good match, you will typically have one or two shorter conversations over the phone or video as initial contact. These will usually be with a recruiter that will work together with you all along the hiring process. Your recruiter will inform you about the relevant Ericsson representatives you will meet during the process.
- Get ready for your interview – This could be with the positions of a hiring manager or with a senior management team. Depending on the role, you will have between one to three interviews.
- Case interview or assessment – For certain positions.
- Reference check – At the end of the recruitment process we will ask you for references, whom we will contact.
- Offer – If you are the final candidate and you also choose to pursue your career with us, we will provide you with a contract including our position offer and benefits package.
- Contract – Welcome to our team!
How to prepare for your interview
- Be yourself – We want to meet you as you are. We welcome a diverse group of people from all places and walks of life, each of whom brings different viewpoints and abilities to the table. With the right mix of people, we believe that innovation flourishes.
- Be prepared – Get familiar with the job role requirements and be prepared to discuss how your experience aligns with them.
- Bring your experience to life – We love to hear examples of what you have done. Prepare examples of situations you have been in and what you have learned from them.
- Stay curious – Learn about our company and technology. Explore what you are interested in, whether it’s about how we build 5G or if it’s about our AI in networks, and prepare questions about the things you want to know more about. This is just as much an opportunity for you to get to know us as it is for us to know you.
Virtual job interview
Having a virtual interview can feel a bit uncomfortable, but remember we are all in the same situation; the interviewer might be facing the same issues as you. Here are a few tips when it comes to preparing for your virtual interview!
- Install Microsoft Teams. Test your microphone and camera in advance.
- Turn off all disturbances. Make sure your mobile, computer notifications, and televisions are switched off.
- Dress as you would for a face-to-face interview.
- Body language is as important now, if not more.
If you haven’t found a job this time, you may sign up for our job offer alerts to get closer to your next career chapter at Ericsson.
With us, you have the opportunity to embark on a journey that’s shaping the world in a fast, innovative, and ever-evolving technological landscape.
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