Today’s New Collar IBMers

Gabriel Rosa

Gabriel
(New York City)

Gabriel is among the first graduates of P-TECH, the innovative grade 9-14 academic program that combines the best of high-school STEM coursework with community college, mentoring and hands-on training to build sought after career skills. Gabriel’s interest in technology has taken him from hacking his high school IT system, to coding online commerce experiences.

Rey Lozano

Rey
(Houston, TX)

Rey was determined to expand his horizons beyond work in the fast food industry. Through an associate’s degree and completion of various industry certifications, Rey attained sought-after skills in network management. Today, he helps oversee network infrastructure for Bluemix, IBM’s cloud-based development platform.

Savannah Worth

Savannah
(San Francisco, CA)

Savannah pursued an education in creative writing, but developed a fascination with programming and computer science. After completing an immersive six-month coding bootcamp, she became one of the first employees at IBM’s Bluemix development garage in San Francisco. She’s still creating, but at the intersection of art and code.

Randy Tolentino

Randy
(Austin, TX)

One day, while writing hip hop lyrics, Randy spontaneously decided that a technology career would afford him the best opportunity to provide for his family. From there, his new collar journey took Randy from California to Texas, and included a mix of college education and software development camps. Today, he’s part of a team helping IBMers worldwide employ new technologies and methodologies to better serve clients.

Cecelia Schartiger

Cecelia
(Rocket Center, WV)

When she couldn’t find work as a teacher, Cecelia decided it was time to reinvent her career. She joined IBM as a project staffing professional, but was soon intrigued by fast-growing opportunities in cybersecurity. Through on-the-job training and coursework at her local community college, Cecelia built the skills she needed to take on a new role – securing sensitive workloads for U.S. Government clients as an IBM cybersecurity professional.

Joshua Kramer

Joshua
(Austin, TX)

Joshua built skills in graphic design through community college, and then worked on projects ranging from mailers to magazine layouts for a number of employers. Now, as part of IBM’s Security division, he’s bridging the gap between the unit’s product and marketing teams, and helped lead a total rebranding of the department.

Ty Tyner

Ty
(Austin, TX)

Ty started his design career illustrating comic books and animating mobile apps. After transitioning to digital design, Ty found his way to IBM. Today, he manages a team of professionals that design seamless and efficient user experiences for developers utilizing the IBM Cloud.

Today’s New Collar IBMers

Gabriel Rosa

Gabriel
(New York City)

Gabriel is among the first graduates of P-TECH, the innovative grade 9-14 academic program that combines the best of high-school STEM coursework with community college, mentoring and hands-on training to build sought after career skills. Gabriel’s interest in technology has taken him from hacking his high school IT system, to coding online commerce experiences.

Rey Lozano

Rey
(Houston, TX)

Rey was determined to expand his horizons beyond work in the fast food industry. Through an associate’s degree and completion of various industry certifications, Rey attained sought-after skills in network management. Today, he helps oversee network infrastructure for Bluemix, IBM’s cloud-based development platform.

Savannah Worth

Savannah
(San Francisco, CA)

Savannah pursued an education in creative writing, but developed a fascination with programming and computer science. After completing an immersive six-month coding bootcamp, she became one of the first employees at IBM’s Bluemix development garage in San Francisco. She’s still creating, but at the intersection of art and code.

Randy Tolentino

Randy
(Austin, TX)

One day, while writing hip hop lyrics, Randy spontaneously decided that a technology career would afford him the best opportunity to provide for his family. From there, his new collar journey took Randy from California to Texas, and included a mix of college education and software development camps. Today, he’s part of a team helping IBMers worldwide employ new technologies and methodologies to better serve clients.

Cecelia Schartiger

Cecelia
(Rocket Center, WV)

When she couldn’t find work as a teacher, Cecelia decided it was time to reinvent her career. She joined IBM as a project staffing professional, but was soon intrigued by fast-growing opportunities in cybersecurity. Through on-the-job training and coursework at her local community college, Cecelia built the skills she needed to take on a new role – securing sensitive workloads for U.S. Government clients as an IBM cybersecurity professional.

Joshua Kramer

Joshua
(Austin, TX)

Joshua built skills in graphic design through community college, and then worked on projects ranging from mailers to magazine layouts for a number of employers. Now, as part of IBM’s Security division, he’s bridging the gap between the unit’s product and marketing teams, and helped lead a total rebranding of the department.

Ty Tyner

Ty
(Austin, TX)

Ty started his design career illustrating comic books and animating mobile apps. After transitioning to digital design, Ty found his way to IBM. Today, he manages a team of professionals that design seamless and efficient user experiences for developers utilizing the IBM Cloud.

Today’s New Collar IBMers

Gabriel
(New York City)

Gabriel is among the first graduates of P-TECH, the innovative grade 9-14 academic program that combines the best of high-school STEM coursework with community college, mentoring and hands-on training to build sought after career skills. Gabriel’s interest in technology has taken him from hacking his high school IT system, to coding online commerce experiences.

Rey
(Houston, TX)

Rey was determined to expand his horizons beyond work in the fast food industry. Through an associate’s degree and completion of various industry certifications, Rey attained sought-after skills in network management. Today, he helps oversee network infrastructure for Bluemix, IBM’s cloud-based development platform.

Savannah
(San Francisco, CA)

Savannah pursued an education in creative writing, but developed a fascination with programming and computer science. After completing an immersive six-month coding bootcamp, she became one of the first employees at IBM’s Bluemix development garage in San Francisco. She’s still creating, but at the intersection of art and code.

Randy
(Austin, TX)

One day, while writing hip hop lyrics, Randy spontaneously decided that a technology career would afford him the best opportunity to provide for his family. From there, his new collar journey took Randy from California to Texas, and included a mix of college education and software development camps. Today, he’s part of a team helping IBMers worldwide employ new technologies and methodologies to better serve clients.

Cecelia
(Rocket Center, WV)

When she couldn’t find work as a teacher, Cecelia decided it was time to reinvent her career. She joined IBM as a project staffing professional, but was soon intrigued by fast-growing opportunities in cybersecurity. Through on-the-job training and coursework at her local community college, Cecelia built the skills she needed to take on a new role – securing sensitive workloads for U.S. Government clients as an IBM cybersecurity professional.

Joshua
(Austin, TX)

Joshua built skills in graphic design through community college, and then worked on projects ranging from mailers to magazine layouts for a number of employers. Now, as part of IBM’s Security division, he’s bridging the gap between the unit’s product and marketing teams, and helped lead a total rebranding of the department.

Ty
(Austin, TX)

Ty started his design career illustrating comic books and animating mobile apps. After transitioning to digital design, Ty found his way to IBM. Today, he manages a team of professionals that design seamless and efficient user experiences for developers utilizing the IBM Cloud.

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Through programs ranging from coding camps to community college courses and innovative vocational schools, our New Collar colleagues have built marketable skills in some of the technology industry’s fastest growing fields.

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Application Developer

Do you have a passion for leading-edge technology and solving unique problems for clients? As an Application Developer, you'll be responsible for performing a variety of technical duties including application programming, analysis, testing, and product installation to deliver high-quality application solutions. Working as part of a collaborative team, you'll partner with others while getting valuable on the job training and building in-demand technical skills.

We need application developers with experience in development, knowledge of languages like AngularJS, NodeJS, HTML, CSS, Javascript, JQuery, and SQL, and boundless creativity and curiosity.

On a daily basis, you could be working locally or with a client, participating in a design session, leading an Agile scrum meeting, or getting down and dirty in the code. The possibilities to create something new and exciting are endless.

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Systems Administrator

As a System Administrator, you are responsible for monitoring and maintaining customer environments, up time, backups, software installations, architecture reviews, and other regular tasks. By deploying and providing day-to-day support of complex Linux and Windows environments, ensuring customer performance, and analyzing data to provide recommendations, you'll establish lasting and trusted client relationships to ensure our success.

The ideal candidate has basic knowledge of agile methodologies, some hands-on experience with Linux and Windows, knowledge of networking and security fundamentals, as well as back-up and storage architecture.

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Data Center Technician

The IBM Bluemix Infrastructure (SoftLayer, an IBM Company) offers a unified platform that gives users cloud computing any way they want it, deployed on demand, with a single pane of glass for systems management.

As a Data Center Technician, you'll rack, build, cable, configure, and provision Intel and Advanced Micro Devices (AMD), troubleshoot, test, and conduct quality assurance on server hardware, create and resolve trouble tickets, and install, test and label cable and fiber using standard data center protocols.

Check out our opportunities -- you'll need some basic knowledge of computer hardware, and a bit of work experience in a technical field, as well as basic knowledge in Windows, Linux or Unix Operating Systems.

Visit the IBM Skills Gateway to develop your skills.

Project Manager

IBM project managers are on the front lines every day, partnering with clients to help shape their projects every step of the way. By applying techniques for planning, tracking, change control and risk management, you will ensure scope, cost, schedule, and contractual deliverables.

In this fast-paced environment, you'll use your skills and leadership competencies for team building, client relations, negotiation, decision making, problem solving and conflict management. Know agile? Even better!

If you have experience in managing projects, coordinating activities, scheduling tasks, and a strong background in Microsoft Office, take a look to see if Project Management might be a good path for you.

Visit the IBM Skills Gateway to develop your skills. Click here to learn more!

Software Engineer

Code is what makes the world go round -- and as a Software Developer at IBM, you'll contribute to the continued design and implementation of new software and programs that help to change the world. As part of local or global teams, you'll be working on new and existing IBM offerings, helping to design, code, and test. Depending on your role, you may also need to exercise your detective skills as you investigate and resolve functional, system verification, and performance problems.

You’ll work in an agile, collaborative environment and employ IBM Design Thinking to create products that provide a great user experience along with high performance, security, quality, and stability. Languages, relational databases, and operating systems will vary -- but your focus on the fundamentals of software development and a commitment to continuous improvement are a baseline.

Knowledge of languages such as C, C++, C# Python, Java, or Scala is a great starting point, and you'll also need exceptional verbal, written, and teaming skills, organizational abilities and demonstrated multi-tasking abilities. Look for roles in Backend or Server Systems Programming, Cloud-Based Development, or Automation and Testing.

Visit the IBM Skills Gateway to develop your skills. Click here to learn more!

Designer

IBM has long felt that "good design is good business," and we're looking for Visual and UX designers and Front-end Developers to join our growing practice. No two days will be the same. You'll use your analytical ability and creativity to address ambiguous, large, complex problems and projects. You'll apply IBM Design Thinking methodologies to uncover user and business requirements and understand the technical landscape. Above all, you must be a critical thinker who values empathy and product focus as a defining factor in design.

Do you have a proven track record of delightful and innovative mobile and web designs? Demonstrated skills developing personas, writing scenarios, wireframes? Proficiency in using Sketch, Photoshop, Illustrator, Axure, Balsmiq? Check out our Design roles and start creating a new future.

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Technical Support Representative

Do you have a passion for IT and new technology? Do you enjoy problem-solving? Our Technical Support Representatives work with other IBMers to cross-functionally and globally collaborate to solve complex challenges. You'll get involved in a variety of projects which will expose you to a community of technical experts enabling you to build a strong foundation for your career.

If you're inquisitive and self-motivated, you'll thrive in this challenging, but exciting environment where no two days are alike. Strong written and verbal communication skills as well as basic knowledge of Microsoft Office and standard computer applications will contribute to your success in this role.

Visit the IBM Skills Gateway to develop your skills. Click here to learn more!

Security Analyst

Data and network security are hot topics everywhere, and at IBM, we have a huge focus on them. Our Security Analysts support security administration teams (often on Federal services contracts) by assisting in security monitoring and SOP creation, supporting the elevated privilege account management process, contributing to working tickets that are in the queue and becoming proficient with the various tools in the client environment.

If you have experience in standard operating procedures and previous work experience with a federal government client, as well as the ability to learn quickly and strong communication skills, this might be the right fit for your first role at IBM.

Building a New Collar Cybersecurity Workforce

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Help Desk Agent

The Help Desk Agent position is a great opportunity for someone to get their foot in the door at IBM. We support a large number of service desks and with some clients who have 24/7/365 requirements, we have ongoing demand for hiring. Our Help Desk agents can be dedicated to one team or work as part of a shared service and support multiple teams utilizing a variety of channels.

Your focus will be our clients -- working to resolve technical issues, provide in-depth troubleshooting, verify suggested solutions, manage the ticketing process to resolution, all while maintaining a world-class level of customer service. But you'll have a lot of flexibility and opportunities to work on growing your career. On low volume call days, you'll be able to work on your career development - and we have many success stories of growth to roles like Critical Situation Manager and Business Operations.

A basic technical background is helpful to be able to do the job. The ability to multi-task, document properly, and provide excellent customer service are necessary skills. The Help Desk agent is an excellent career path to start your career at IBM.

Visit the IBM Skills Gateway to develop your skills. Click here to learn more!

Hot Locations for New Collar Jobs

IBM continues to hire in nearly every state across the US. Check out some of our hot locations for New Collar job opportunities.


Apprenticeships

Apprenticeships at IBM are all about picking up new skills – and lots of them. When you join IBM as an apprentice it is not just about training and qualifications. We have your long-term professional career in mind.

We'll help you grow through an intensive work-based development program, with comprehensive learning, focused hands-on training, and mentorship. It's the kind of experience you simply couldn’t get anywhere else.

What sort of apprentices are we looking for?

Energy, creativity and passion are really important to us. We also work in teams all the time, so you need to be someone who’ll thrive in that kind of environment – a great communicator and someone with the ability to lead others. There are other characteristics we look for, too. We call them competencies - think about whether, and how, you can demonstrate them during our application process. Some of the competencies we look for are Adaptability, Communication, Client Focus, Creative Problem Solving, Drive, Teamwork, Passion for IBM and Taking Ownership.

What does the experience look like?

As an apprentice, you'll join with other apprentices in a local cohort. You'll go through your first few weeks together, learning about IBM and the skills you'll be attaining throughout your apprenticeship. Then, you'll work with your managers and mentors to progress through your personal skills roadmap, learning and demonstrating new knowledge and competencies through hands-on application with your project teams. You'll complete milestones along the way, earning digital credentials to validate your skills, and will come back together with other apprentices to participate in on-going training and development focused on your professional and technical skills. Best of all, you are a contributing member of your team, putting forward ideas, taking on responsibilities and making choices about how you get the job done just like any other IBMer. And, yes, we pay you too!


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Raleigh, NC

If you love innovation, IBM RTP is the place for you. In our 52 years here, we have invented things like the barcode -- and continue to generate 12% of IBM's annual patent portfolio. As the largest IBM site in North America, we're focused on building cognitive solutions and developing the software platforms of tomorrow.

RTP and the "Triangle" area encompasses three major locations of Raleigh, Durham, and Chapel Hill. You'll only be two hours from the beach and three from the mountains -- with lots of outdoor activities, shopping, athletic events, and live entertainment.

Interested in RTP? You'll find roles for Software Engineers, Application Developers, Designers and many more!

Austin ,TX

Austin, Texas

Welcome to the capital of Texas -- and the best place to live in America, according to US News and World Report. IBM has been in Austin since the 1930's, and we continue to grow, with employees from all units creating a diverse site and unique work culture, the "Austin Vibe." We're innovators, and that's evident in the presence of Watson, and IBM Design Studio, and the Austin Research Lab.

Austin is known for its adventure, entertainment, and community involvement. You've probably heard of SWSX, but what about the Drafthouse, where you can catch classic films and new releases, or the Zilker Kite Festival? We're also known for amazing BBQ and fresh produce that are sold at the Farmer's Markets. But watch out for the bats! Austin claims the largest urban bat colony in North America -- some 1.5 million bats during peak season.

Ready to help keep Austin weird? Check out our openings in Software Development, Technical Support, Recruitment, and Design.

Boulder , CO

IBM Boulder has evolved over the last 52 years -- from a manufacturing facility for our magnetic tape drives and printers to a key IBM location focused on IT services and delivery. Boulder is home to IBM's largest data center raised floor space, one of IBM's largest call center locations and the Boulder Client Innovation Center, as well as one of IBM's primary Resiliency Services locations.

With 300-plus days of sunshine a year, hundreds of miles of hiking and biking trails, and some of the best rock climbing spots in America, you'll have plenty to keep you busy outside of the office. And when you work up an appetite, visit one of the many innovative restaurants, microbrews, or coffee shops.

Ready to join us in the Rockies? We've got plenty of opportunities for Customer Service Representatives, Infrastructure Specialists, and Technical Services Professionals.

Columbia, MO

From Kansas City to St. Louis, MO, Columbia is in the middle of this great state. The IBM Columbia Innovation office was built in 2011 and is Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certified. 96% of this facility's construction waste was recycled, diverting 3,884 tons from landfill. From recycling glass bottles to nails, we are all green here!

With three colleges in this town, Columbia is home to the state school of MO, the University of MO. Columbia gives you a big city feel, but with a small town atmosphere. We're just two hours away from KC and St. Louis and they are all connected by highway I-70. Columbia is also known for its nature scenes - biking, walking, caves, oh my! The Katy Trail extends across the majority of MO giving you 237 miles to explore. The Devils Ice Box Cave is a great way to cool off after walking the trails in the local state park. You truly get the best of both worlds in Columbia, the nature and city life.

Come check us out! We're hiring for Project Managers, Technical Services Professionals, Systems Administrators, and more!

Dubuque, IA

If you like history and a little mystery, then Dubuque is a great place for you! IBM Dubuque is located right in the middle of downtown Dubuque, in a building from 1929 that originally housed Roshek's Department store. We occupy the top several floors, taking up the whole city block, and get to take advantage of all that downtown has to offer, including a number of great small businesses!

Just a few blocks away, you can ride the pedestrian elevator to the top of the Bluff and back -- what a view! This dates back to the "horse and buggy days" and was first built so that riders didn't have to go around the bluffs. As the oldest city in Iowa, there's a lot of history to uncover. Perhaps you'll even stumble across Al Capone's rumored escape tunnels in your explorations?

If you want to explore Dubuque, check out our openings for Project Managers, Systems Support Specialists, and Infrastructure Specialists!

East Lansing, MI

We set the bar high when we partnered with Michigan State University to launch recruiting, research and educational partnerships here in East Lansing.

East Lansing is the cultural, artistic, and recreational center of central Michigan. Numerous large scale street festivals, outdoor concerts and special events exist year-round. The East Lansing Film Festival, largest of its kind in Michigan, screens a large variety of genres every spring including features, documentaries, shorts and student films from around the world. And within 1.5 miles of the IBM office is the Wharton Center, known for its Broadway plays, the Spartan Stadium (football), Munn Ice Arena (hockey) and the Breslin Center (basketball and event center). You'll have plenty to keep you busy!

We're always looking for Application Developers, Test Specialists, Database Administrators, and Package Solution Consultants.

Houston, TX

The IBM Houston office is located in the center of downtown Houston. With this prime location, you don't miss a beat. On your lunch break, take a stroll in the six miles of tunnels underneath downtown to find amazing food or great places to shop.

Something's always taking off in Houston -- especially since NASA is located here. With beautiful weather year round, the zoo is always open for a bit of exploration. If you like the sun, take advantage of the close proximity of Galveston Island (only 45 minutes away) for an easy get away weekend where you can hop on a boat and enjoy the beach. And don't forget about the rodeo! Your cowboy boots will be a must if you head there to catch any concerts.

Launch your career here with roles in Systems Support, Technical Support, Network Support, and Software Development.

Monroe, LA

IBM Monroe is the result of an innovative public-private partnership with CenturyLink and the State of Louisiana, and is an application development innovation center, focused on delivering cutting-edge solutions to our clients. Our new space opens later in 2017 and has fantastic outdoor space!

Monroe is a sportsman's paradise with a wide variety of outdoor activities such as hiking, camping, hunting, fishing and golfing. Monroe has three local universities and of course with local little leagues, youth football to swimming, water skiing and cricket matches on the university level, there is plenty to do if you are a sports fan.

Ready to check it out? Look for openings for Application Developers and Data Specialists.

Rocket Center, WV

The Rocket Center, WV location joined IBM in April 2010 and provides technology solutions for a range of public sector clients. Located on a secure government installation known as Allegany Ballistics Laboratory, it straddles the border of West Virginia and Maryland, offering IBMers the best of all worlds in terms of opportunities and environment.

Surrounded by mountains and sitting in an absolutely beautiful valley along the North Branch of the Potomac River, the area offers a wealth of outdoor recreational activities including hiking, biking, canoeing, fishing, hunting, downhill and cross country skiing. Housing is affordable, the schools are good, the crime rate is low, and it's a wonderful place to raise a family!

Ready for a new adventure? We've got opportunities for Application Architects, Security Consultants, Data Center / Network Technicians, and Help Desk Agents.

Ann Arbor, MI

You know that moonshot we're always talking about? Working for Watson Health in Ann Arbor is your opportunity to positively impact millions of lives by helping to shape the future of healthcare. You will be a part of solving one of the greatest challenges of our generation – how to improve the quality and lower the cost of healthcare.

Rewarding work -- and a great place to live? Ann Arbor has been rated the fifth happiest city in America, and the best college sports town. There's plenty to do and see here -- from almost 150 parks, the Gerald Ford Presidential Library, and the U of M campus.

Intrigued? There are plenty of opportunities in Ann Arbor in roles like Business Analyst, Data Center Specialist, and Software Developer.

Atlanta, GA

With multiple lines of business including IBM Security and The Weather Company, the opportunities in Atlanta are varied and unique. You can put your skills to use helping clients protect against cyber security threats, or by building the consumer products that deliver forecasts, data, and weather insights to hundreds of millions every day.

In your downtime, you can swing by the Georgia Aquarium (until recently, the largest in the world) -- but try not to get lost as you navigate over 65 different streets named Peachtree. Don't forget to catch a game; Atlanta is home to five major sports teams, including the Atlanta Braves and Atlanta Falcons.

Ready to join us? Look for roles like Solution Representative, Software Engineer, Application Developer, or Infrastructure Specialist.

San Francisco, CA

IBM has a long history in Silicon Valley, starting with the manufacturing of punchcards -- but our new Watson West building is on the cutting edge of tech. The Watson Experience Center showcases new cognitive functionality that is being incorporated in our platforms and products. Or you could work at the IBM Bluemix Garage, side-by-side by with experts to rapidly identify, design, build, and deploy the right app for our clients.

Living and working in the Bay Area means access to the great California weather, endless gastronomy options, all sorts of professional sports -- and endless outdoor activities and opportunities to commune with nature.

If you're ready to consider San Francisco, look for opportunities for Developer Advocates, Recruitment Professionals, Software Engineers, and Digital Strategists.

Baton Rouge, LA

Let's go Tigers! The Baton Rouge IBM offices are part of a $55 million public-private development that takes up an entire city block downtown. This prime downtown space will eventually include upscale apartments and retail space. This location is also partnered with LSU to enhance STEM disciplines.

Louisiana State University is in this wonderful city where Saturday night lights is a real thing for this community! Besides being a huge sport lover, this city offers a rich history for you to go tour. Some must see museums would the USS Kidd, and several government landmarks around this city capital.

Ready to explore what opportunities await you in Baton Rouge? Explore Application Developer, Business Transformation Consultant, Package Solution Consultant, and Database Administrator.

Opened April 2013

IBM and State of LA contract for 12 years. $14M state investment in university programs to ensure a rich source of talent. IBM partnered with the State and LSU to enhance STEM disciplines.

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Application Developer
Business Transformation Consultant
Package Solution Consultant
Database Administrator

Chicago, IL

Join us in the heart of downtown Chicago! Our location here includes an IBM Innovation Center, featuring the IBM Healthcare Transformation Lab where Business Partners develop solutions and integrate the latest IBM technologies for the broader healthcare ecosystem.

You'll have no shortage of things to do and see outside of work. Chicago has amazing architecture (don't forget to visit the Skydeck at Willis Tower!), fantastic museums, unlimited shopping, Navy Pier, Millennium Park, and both the Lincoln Park Zoo and Shedd Aquarium. And in the summer, you can't miss enjoying a boat ride or riverside dinner with friends.

Ready to join us in the Windy City? Look for openings for Package Solution Consultant, Server Services Specialist, or Business Analyst.

Dallas, TX

IBM Dallas is located in the heart of Texas! This location is at the center of a thriving local market and a wellspring of business opportunity. The IBM Dallas facility houses a diverse collection of innovation and growth technologies that continually advances business opportunities for our clients.

If you are a history buff, then Dallas is the place for you! The Dallas–Fort Worth–Arlington, TX Metropolitan Statistical Area, more commonly known as the Metroplex is a culture hub for many to come see. This location has several history museums, such as Sixth Floor Museum and Dealey Plaza and Dallas Museum of Art. While in Dallas take a tour through the world renown Dallas, TX Cowboy's Football AT&T Stadium.

New York, NY

The opportunities and locations in the New York metro area are widely varied -- from our beautiful headquarters building in Armonk, NY, to cutting-edge Astor Place, headquarters to IBM Watson and the IBM Design Studio hub! And tucked away in Yorktown, you'll find the birthplace of Jeopardy-winning Watson in a unique building designed by Eero Saarinen.

IBMers have all sorts of opoportunities to connect with the community, including chances to volunteer at our Pathways in Technology Early College High School (P-TECH) flagship! And if you like to get outdoors, there's amazing access to nature and over 2,000 miles of hiking and biking trails in the state. If you like a bit more culture, you'll want to take advantage of IBM's free passes to museums.

Interested in joining us in the Big Apple? Consider roles for Developer Advocates, Developers, Designers, and Marketing.

Poughkeepsie, NY

IBM Poughkeepsie is one of the newest IBM Design Studios. It has transformed 10,000 square feet of space into an open Agile Space that utilizes natural light and has gorgeous views of the Hudson River. This location houses nearly 100 of the company’s software designers and engineers.

Since Poughkeepsie is located in the Hudson Valley there is plenty to see and do. In the Valley, you can find Apple Farms and Orchards where you can pick your own apples, strawberries, blueberries and many more delicious fruits. There is also, a great wine tour with some of the best wines in the country and local Distilleries like Tuhilltown Spirits is one of a kind.

Picking the best fruit is like picking the best job for you! We are now hiring for Manufacturing Operator,
IT Architect, and Hardware Designer

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IT Architect
Hardware Designer

Washington, DC

Memorials, museums, and the Metro -- oh my! Washington, DC is a great place to start your career with IBM. We have a few locations scattered throughout the metro area, and this location means we have strong partnerships with several public sector clients. From our office in downtown DC to our building in suburban Herndon, you'll be working with dedicated, passionate IBMers.

You can spend your time outside the office exploring the history of the United States, visiting the multitude of monuments and memorials scattered throughout the area. Don't forget to stop by one of the many museums, like the Smithsonian or the National Portrait Gallery. And enjoy the natural wonders at the United States Botanic Garden and United States National Arboretum.

Come join us in the District! We're hiring for Application Developers, Business Transformation Consultants, Project Managers, Learning Consultants, and Business Analysts.