The future at Ericsson is never defined. It’s why working here is exhilarating. Our aim is to create a culture of freedom where individuals can grasp the initiative, capitalize on opportunities and make change happen.
You can explore Career Areas by clicking on the links below. But what’s really important to remember is that, as a business, we are constantly exploring new technologies, new industry sectors, new areas of innovation. In many areas of our organization, we’ve already gone beyond telecommunications, evolving into ICT, broadcasting, 4G IP and broader business consulting. It’s an exciting, intriguing proposition, not just for our customers but for our employees too.
How will Ericsson evolve in the future? If you bring us curiosity, inventive thinking and a real sense of adventure, you could help us decide.
Engineering and Computer Science
Technology is at the heart of our business. Ericsson Engineers are working all around the world, exploring, creating and implementing the next generation of information, communications and telecommunications networks (ICT).
Right now, it seems like the world around us is changing fast. But the truth is that it will never change this slowly again. At Ericsson, we’re at the forefront of this transformation.
Our business thrives on innovation - and innovation comes from talented individuals. We proactively contribute to Ericsson's capabilities by maximizing individual and organizational human capital.
Our Sales people are more than just good communicators. They are passionate advocates of our brand and genuine knowledge-drivers within our business. You can find some of them talking about technology and working at Ericsson in our Speaker’s Corner. Listen to more of our people talking about opportunities in The Networked Society.
As Ericsson evolves, we’re becoming a business that offers solutions at the point of convergence between telecoms, networks and IT. It’s changing how we work with our customers and the approach we take to delivering a vast range of different projects.
In the Networked Society, people and businesses will communicate more efficiently and see opportunities more quickly. Operators and service providers will need to move faster too, identifying new customer touchpoints as they emerge and adapting
R and D
Technology is at the heart of our business. Ericsson engineers, researchers and scientists around the world are working on what’s next in information, communications and telecommunications (ICT). Ericsson is continually advancing technology and looking for thought leaders and innovators that can drive change.
The innovative products and solutions we develop at Ericsson would mean nothing without the means to share them with the world. Our Supply Chain and Logistics professionals ensure that we continue to meet the needs of our global customers-making them a fundamental element in our continued success.
Project management at Ericsson is the perfect platform for future career progression. Our organization is growing in so many different directions, offering so much potential to develop a portfolio career that takes you across projects, across business areas, across cultures and across geographical borders.
Marketing and Communications
At Ericsson, we’re stepping up marketing and communications in support of growth and transformation. We recently created a new Marketing and Communications function to support business growth, build brand and company transformation.
Strategic Programs Practice (SPP)
Successful strategies and operational improvements don’t happen by accident. They result from the hard work of talented, motivated and innovative forward-thinkers. Ericsson Management Consulting – Strategic Programs Practice (SPP) works with Ericsson Leadership Team, delivering breakthrough-results in strategy and operational improvement. SPP is the internal Management Consulting unit within Ericsson, Stockholm-based with a global reach.
Consulting Systems Integration
At the heart of our CSI division is a dedication to driving transformation in the world of communication. As we move towards the Networked Society, users are becoming increasingly sophisticated, demanding voice, data, internet, video and TV services whenever, wherever and however they wish.
Field Service Professionals
Approximately 40 percent of global mobile traffic already runs through networks supplied by Ericsson. More than 1 billion subscribers around the world rely on networks that we manage. But those networks don't run and maintain themselves and neither will The Networked Society. That's where you come in. We are looking for talented, passionate Field Service Employees to help us build and maintain the technology that will empower us to realize The Networked Society.
Your career development
How will your career grow at Ericsson? No matter which Career Area you choose, we’ll provide a clear structure for your development. Find out more about our Career Competences Model by visiting our ‘Working Here’ pages here.
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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