Ericsson Off-campus Drive; Apply for various jobs including GETs

Ericsson off-campus Drive for various roles; Hiring for GET; Apply
Earlier in August, Ericsson and Telecom Sector Skill Council (TSSC) announced the launch of a Center of Excellence (CoE) at Delhi Skill & Entrepreneurship University (DSEU).

A Swedish multinational networking and telecommunications company, Ericsson is hiring for various profiles globally and in India.

The company said on its page, “At Ericsson you’ll have a unique opportunity. The chance to use your skills and imagination to push the boundaries of what’s possible.”

“To create never-seen-before solutions to some of the world’s toughest problems. You’ll be challenged. But you won’t be alone”, the company said.

The company further said, “You’ll be part of a team of like-minded innovators, all driven to go beyond the status quo to build what comes next. At Ericsson, you can be an explorer, a change-maker, and a force for good.”

Graduate Engineer Trainees

Graduate Engineer Trainees are part of the Ericsson team supporting customer service delivery and shall deliver services according to the contracted Services Level Agreements using established processes with an understanding of Ericsson’s Products, Solutions, and Services. To know more and apply click here.

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Ericsson is hiring across the country and inviting job applications from experienced professionals for various roles across India. Click Here to explore opportunities location-wise.

You can also click on the company’s LinkedIn Page for fresh opportunities or on other Job Portals.

Earlier in August 2023, Ericsson and Telecom Sector Skill Council (TSSC) announced the launch of a Center of Excellence (CoE) at Delhi Skill & Entrepreneurship University (DSEU).

The CoE will train students on 5G and emerging technologies along with job placements post the completion of the selected module by the student. Around 300 students will receive the training in the first year of the program.

The rollout of 5G networks in India, the rapid adoption of smartphones and IoT devices in the country, as well as the boost in the manufacturing sector, have led to the creation of new skill requirements in the telecom sector.

Ericsson together with TSSC is looking at addressing this gap by providing world-class training and skill development to students in addition to providing career opportunities in the telecom sector.

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