Engineers and Developers
Change is exciting
The world is always changing. And that’s a good thing - but it means that we have to keep changing, too. We’ve made some really positive changes to our organization, and it’s put us in a great position to be successful. What’s more, we continue to be dedicated to positive change. People at Ericsson have the freedom, support and mobility to change their careers. To grow into new areas - across projects, internationally, and up into more senior roles. Continuous learning and development is a core part of our culture.
5G is coming, it will change everything, and we’re an early leader in bringing it to market. 5G pre-commercial trials are already underway. Commercial launch is expected in 2020. That means that there will never been a better time than right now for you to get involved in creating this world-changing technology.
We’re looking for Developers and Engineers who want to change the world with us. We’re hiring more than 300 Engineers in Sweden, China, Poland, Canada and the U.S., and plan to hire 1000 over the next three years. Want to know more? Here are the job listings:
- Software developer - Sweden
- Hardware developer - Sweden
- ASIC/FPGA developer - Sweden
- Software developer - Ottawa, Canada
- Software developer - Poland
- Software developer - China
- ASIC / SoC engineer - Austin, Texas, USA
We are especially looking for new graduates who speak English, and who have a BA, M.Sc, or PhD in Computer Science, Technical Physics, Technical Mathematics, Electro or IT. We are seeking to fill many positions, including Developers in Hardware design, Software design, System Design, and FPGA design.
To stay ahead in the evolving world of 5G development, we need talented new graduates who are excited about emerging technology. Also, because we believe that diversity drives innovation, our goal is for at least 30% of our workforce to be women by the year 2020, and for this to be reflected in our leaders and executives as well.
Core competencies include
- Analog Design
- Digital Design and Frequency Gen
- Digital Radio Algorithms / Digital Radio Functions
- Filter and Antenna
- RF ASIC (Radio Frequency Application Specific Integrated Circuit) Designers
- RFIC (Radio Frequency Integrated Circuits) Designers
- Digital ASIC/FPGA (Field-programmable gate array) Designers
- Configuration Management
- Verification Engineers
- Radio Systems
- Radio Technology and Evolution
- Mechanical Design
- Software Architects
- Software Designers
- Software Testers
- System Architects
Get to know our people
"The number one thing that makes Ericsson attractive for Software and Hardware Developers and Engineers has got to be the opportunity to continuously create ever-evolving systems and technologies that connect the world, its people, different places and even things."
- Anna, Technical Subject Matter Expert
"What do I like about Ericsson's culture? The fact that no challenge is too hard to tackle, and that Ericsson innovates in everything from analog radio components to how to solve problems in society using ICT."
- Alfred, Developer at Radio Systems Design
Ulf, Head of Business Area Digital Services
“For more than 140 years, Ericsson R&D has been transforming the way the world communicates and the way we live. Our R&D family have always been the heroes behind our success. As a software company our current generation of R&D professionals are continuing that tradition through groundbreaking digital transformation innovations and solutions that are once again changing the world for the better. New Ericsson R&D employees join a unique global family with great pride in working for this company. A family that works hard and rises to challenges. A family that is hugely valued and respected within the company. A family that others in our industry look up to. To be a SW engineer in Ericsson quite simply signals that you are among the best in the world.”
Arun, Acting Head of Strategy & Technology, Market Area North America
“First we connected people at fixed locations, then we connected people independent of location through mobile communications, subsequently we supercharged their lives through broadband mobility. As we power through to the next generation where we extend beyond people and location to connecting things that make our lives run, software is the glue. Hence Ericsson’s quest for the best software talent in the world, across locations - come join us to transform communications for people, industries and things with focus on creating safe, sustainable, smart societies.”
Tomas, Head of Digital Services, Market Area North America
“As the trend of cloud services drives virtualization and open source accelerates innovation, we are at a cross road in the communications industry. It is here, in the telecoms infrastructure, where the highest standards is a must to support the demands of people, companies and communities to rely on our digital network capabilities. It is this environment, our Ericsson research talent get the chance and freedom to push the performance and make impossible things possible for world-wide adoption. Join us at Ericsson if you want to be a pioneer in the Networked Society.”
Find your future here
Our solutions are changing how we live. How we work. How we interact with each other, and our society. And our Engineering team is at the heart of this exciting transformation, playing a critical role in our success. As a part of it, you’ll be a driving force behind developing the solutions that will impact our world in the future.
Joining us, you’ll be part of a team of supportive, collaborative people who share a strong sense of purpose and genuinely like working together. You’ll have the opportunity to scope, define, design and deliver end-to-end technical solutions for our customers. To explore new technologies. To grow your career – and your future – in whatever direction you want. And you won’t have to sacrifice work-life balance to do it.
What does the future hold? It’s up to you.
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Here at Ericsson, we’re committed to help bring gender parity to the ICT industry. We aim to ensure that 30% of our workforce is women by 2020. We’re always looking for new ways to promote the role of women in engineering, and to raise the profile of those who are already leading the way.
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