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IBM New York, USA
May 02, 2019
Internship
IBM is looking for interns to work with the communications group in New York City. Interns will contribute in various ways, including stories about how IBM and its clients are working with artificial intelligence, cloud computing; block chain, and other emerging technologies; opinion pieces on technology; events and presentations. This will be an opportunity to work with in-house journalists and editors (many who previously used to work at top-tier publications) as well as senior communications leaders. We are looking for students who are journalism majors, computer science and engineering majors who have experience writing, Position is located in New York City, NY. Required Technical and Professional Expertise Current pursuit of Bachelor's Degree with expected 2020 graduation Writing experience Readiness to travel 10% travel annually English: Fluent Preferred Tech and Prof Experience Current pursuit of Bachelor’s Degree in Journalism, Computer Science, or Engineering 1+ years writing EO Statement IBM is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status. IBM is also committed to compliance with all fair employment practices regarding citizenship and immigration status.
IBM Manchester, UK
Apr 05, 2019
Job - Full time
The Watson Health Data Scientist role is to ensure that formative and summative data collected in research and evaluation activities of the Watson Health Center for Research and Evaluation meet high quality standards for accuracy, validity, reliability, use and stewardship (e.g. data management process and compliance). This professional will develop processes and systems for collecting, compiling, curating, analyzing and maintaining all research data and data repositories. The position requires close and effective collaboration and partnership with the Center's research teams and projects, external research partners and other users including IBM Watson Health senior management, market segment leaders and offering managers. Responsibilities include:  Data management system (DMS); design, develop, test, implement and operate a DMS to: collect, document and transform data organize, curate, analyze, and represent data to meet user requirements store, secure and maintain data and information repositories comply with Regulators' and IBM data protection, privacy, reporting/audit requirements oversee all internally and externally sourced data management Data collection: support researchers in study design, execution and analysis to assure accurate collection, recording and reporting of data Data reporting: design, standardize and deliver data for visuals (e.g. tables, graphs, .pptx decks, infographics) required for scientific publications and presentations design, update and report relevant results to researchers, management and other stakeholders Software development: for clinical data testing systems Training team on the software developed to allow future use and growth Essential knowledge and skills: Critical thinking, problem solving and organization skills Data management systems knowledge and expertise Knowledge of biomedical and clinical research processes Knowledge of health data sources and data management Knowledge of health care delivery including work flows and settings, health outcomes and measurement, health IT, health economics, research publication processes Highly developed teaming and partnership skills involving researchers, developers, designers and executive management Demonstrated scientific writing and verbal communication skills Knowledge of biomedical and clinical research processes Skilled at managing and coordinating multiple high priority projects and tasks EO Statement IBM is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status. IBM is also committed to compliance with all fair employment practices regarding citizenship and immigration status.
IBM Jakarta, Indonesia
Mar 29, 2019
Job - Full time
IBM is transforming to lead. Join the next generation of innovators, inventors and entrepreneurs who are changing the very way the world works. Ready to define a new era in technology and business? Develop innovative Java-based software and advance your career by working for one of the world’s leading technology companies. As a Java developer you will: Write good quality code. Work together with the best team of JAVA developers, using the most up to date technologies in creating applications for our client. Apply best practices, and software architecture guidelines. Required Technical and Professional Expertise Experience as a Java Developer. Strong skills in Java EE. Experience with Spring. Experience with Angular, CSS, HTML and JavaScript. Experience with REST. Experience with SW Build Tools. Experience in Scrum and Agile development methodologies. Preferred Tech and Prof Experience Experience with REST and Microservices. EO Statement IBM is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status. IBM is also committed to compliance with all fair employment practices regarding citizenship and immigration status. Preferred Education: Master's Degree
IBM Jakarta, Indonesia
Nov 02, 2018
Internship
Project intern is designed to give high school/pre-college students the opportunity to become IBM interns and develop the skills, experiences, and networks that are critical to launching a career in the STEM field. We were held responsible for designing, building and testing a variety of projects that support IBM's business outreach activities in IBM Indonesia.  You’ll work collaboratively, as part of a team, on a project that addresses a strategic IBM business challenge. This is a highly visible intern program with leadership exposure throughout the summer. You will have the opportunity to showcase your final outcomes to a large audience of Business Leaders and Practitioners across the organization. In addition to the project, the internship includes educational, networking and social activities. Required Technical and Professional Expertise Bachelor's Degree in any Major (Prefer Informatic system, Engineer or Computer Science) Basic knowledge in applying business and financial concepts Basic knowledge in analyzing business organization and processes Basic knowledge in performing forecasting and business management Preferred Tech and Prof Experience Bachelor's Degree in any Major (Prefer Informatic system, Engineer or Computer Science) Basic knowledge in applying business and financial concepts Basic knowledge in analyzing business organization and processes Basic knowledge in performing forecasting and business management EO Statement IBM is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status. IBM is also committed to compliance with all fair employment practices regarding citizenship and immigration status.
IBM Sandton, South Africa
Sep 14, 2018
Workshops - Courses - Conferences
In their quest to change the ball-game, IBM South Africa has launched the Start-Up Enterprise Development Programme to support SMMEs and techpreneurs who are passionate about moving up the ICT services value chain, but don’t have the financial support and/or infrastructure to do so. In partnership with Raizcorp, IBM has launched a 12-month business development and entrepreneurial growth Start-Up programme that offers techpreneurs the chance to scale up their businesses in order to be disruptive and innovative. Criteria to join the programme: Have a registered and active company Preference will be given to enterprises that have a minimum of 30% black women ownership The applicant cannot currently be a beneficiary of another enterprise development programme (e.g. Microsoft, Hewlett Packard, etc.) The applicant cannot be a subsidiary of nor part of a group where the existing majority ownership is a white-owned IT business If the applicant has a direct or indirect business relationship in any manner or form with an IBM competitor, it must be disclosed and reviewed The applicant cannot be in a direct or indirect business relationship in any manner or form with an IBM competitor Where the applicant has a white minority shareholder, such shareholder has to pass an IBM due diligence including a conflict of interest check, IBM competitor affiliation, etc. The applicant may not be insolvent, sequestrated, an unrehabilitated insolvent nor in business rescue The applicant (senior managers, shareholders, etc. representing the company) must not have a criminal record The applicant cannot be on the US Export Regulations Denied Parties list The applicant’s revenue should be less than R20 million per annum Applicant should have an aptitude for selected EDP focus areas (cloud computing; business analytics and optimisation; mobile technologies; social computing and security) Applicant should be in a position to create jobs within the South African market Successful candidates will have passed the IBM selection criteria Preferential access will be granted to graduate (from Aspiring Entrepreneurs Stream) qualifying EMEs and QSEs if a proven market has been established. Successful applicants will receive access to the following: Expertise in new disruptive technologies like Cloud and Analytics Guidance from hardware and software resellers on how to develop into a credible solutions provider  Access to IBM’s research capabilities and technical resources Support from a dedicated technical IBM coach Business development and personal growth support from Raizcorp Financial support from IBM  In their quest to change the ball-game, IBM South Africa has launched the Start-Up Enterprise Development Programme to support SMMEs and techpreneurs who are passionate about moving up the ICT services value chain, but don’t have the financial support and/or infrastructure to do so. In partnership with Raizcorp, IBM has launched a 12-month business development and entrepreneurial growth Start-Up programme that offers techpreneurs the chance to scale up their businesses in order to be disruptive and innovative. Criteria to join the programme: Have a registered and active company Preference will be given to enterprises that have a minimum of 30% black women ownership The applicant cannot currently be a beneficiary of another enterprise development programme (e.g. Microsoft, Hewlett Packard, etc.) The applicant cannot be a subsidiary of nor part of a group where the existing majority ownership is a white-owned IT business If the applicant has a direct or indirect business relationship in any manner or form with an IBM competitor, it must be disclosed and reviewed The applicant cannot be in a direct or indirect business relationship in any manner or form with an IBM competitor Where the applicant has a white minority shareholder, such shareholder has to pass an IBM due diligence including a conflict of interest check, IBM competitor affiliation, etc. The applicant may not be insolvent, sequestrated, an unrehabilitated insolvent nor in business rescue The applicant (senior managers, shareholders, etc. representing the company) must not have a criminal record The applicant cannot be on the US Export Regulations Denied Parties list The applicant’s revenue should be less than R20 million per annum Applicant should have an aptitude for selected EDP focus areas (cloud computing; business analytics and optimisation; mobile technologies; social computing and security) Applicant should be in a position to create jobs within the South African market Successful candidates will have passed the IBM selection criteria Preferential access will be granted to graduate (from Aspiring Entrepreneurs Stream) qualifying EMEs and QSEs if a proven market has been established. Successful applicants will receive access to the following: Expertise in new disruptive technologies like Cloud and Analytics Guidance from hardware and software resellers on how to develop into a credible solutions provider  Access to IBM’s research capabilities and technical resources Support from a dedicated technical IBM coach Business development and personal growth support from Raizcorp Financial support from IBM  In their quest to change the ball-game, IBM South Africa has launched the Start-Up Enterprise Development Programme to support SMMEs and techpreneurs who are passionate about moving up the ICT services value chain, but don’t have the financial support and/or infrastructure to do so. In partnership with Raizcorp, IBM has launched a 12-month business development and entrepreneurial growth Start-Up programme that offers techpreneurs the chance to scale up their businesses in order to be disruptive and innovative. Criteria to join the programme: Have a registered and active company Preference will be given to enterprises that have a minimum of 30% black women ownership The applicant cannot currently be a beneficiary of another enterprise development programme (e.g. Microsoft, Hewlett Packard, etc.) The applicant cannot be a subsidiary of nor part of a group where the existing majority ownership is a white-owned IT business If the applicant has a direct or indirect business relationship in any manner or form with an IBM competitor, it must be disclosed and reviewed The applicant cannot be in a direct or indirect business relationship in any manner or form with an IBM competitor Where the applicant has a white minority shareholder, such shareholder has to pass an IBM due diligence including a conflict of interest check, IBM competitor affiliation, etc. The applicant may not be insolvent, sequestrated, an unrehabilitated insolvent nor in business rescue The applicant (senior managers, shareholders, etc. representing the company) must not have a criminal record The applicant cannot be on the US Export Regulations Denied Parties list The applicant’s revenue should be less than R20 million per annum Applicant should have an aptitude for selected EDP focus areas (cloud computing; business analytics and optimisation; mobile technologies; social computing and security) Applicant should be in a position to create jobs within the South African market Successful candidates will have passed the IBM selection criteria Preferential access will be granted to graduate (from Aspiring Entrepreneurs Stream) qualifying EMEs and QSEs if a proven market has been established. Successful applicants will receive access to the following: Expertise in new disruptive technologies like Cloud and Analytics Guidance from hardware and software resellers on how to develop into a credible solutions provider  Access to IBM’s research capabilities and technical resources Support from a dedicated technical IBM coach Business development and personal growth support from Raizcorp Financial support from IBM