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Open your world with our job opportunities

Imagine working on a team helping to connect a remote island nation to the internet for the very first time. Or working with NASA to build an LTE/4G network on the Moon for critical communications in future planetary exploration. At Nokia, you have the chance to change and even save lives simply by helping to connect the planet.

Embarking on your career here at Nokia will have you working across geographies, cultures and time zones, gaining valuable global experience and exposure. We love to challenge our new hires with projects that force you to push yourself and your team to achieve results, gaining valuable skills and experience along the way.

We’re successful because we’re open – in our recruiting, in our networks, in our vision. If you share our out-of-this-world thinking come and make it a reality. For the right minds at Nokia, the whole world’s open source.

Open your mind

At Nokia, you will never stop learning. We give you access and exposure to a variety of learning tools and resources. From online training libraries to mentoring programs and on-the-job knowledge sharing, you likely won’t go a day without learning or experiencing something new.

Open your mind
open to you

We are open to you

We know that being a part of a diverse and inclusive team goes beyond physical differences but is grounded in creating and fostering a place where you are not only seen but heard. We work hard with our leaders to create safe and open spaces where all voices no matter the age, gender or experience are listened to.

Open your best life

Flexible working can also challenge new employees to make critical connections with peers, friends and colleagues. At Nokia, we have developed a variety of programs such as onboarding buddies and other peer social groups to help you feel a strong sense of belonging on Day 1 and beyond.

Open your best life

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Interview and resume tips & tricks

Resume help

To get started on your application, you’ll need a standout resume. We know writing a CV isn’t easy, so our recruiting team has put together some tips to help you get started.

  • Review resume examples for your industry.
  • Include only the most relevant information.
  • Include your most important achievements using bullet points.
  • Tailor your resume to different jobs or the position you are applying for.
  • Include details of your education and availability.
  • Proofread and edit if needed. It might be helpful to get another person's opinion on it as well.

Interview help

Here are some tips to prepare you for the interview so you can land the job.

  • Research the company and interviewer(s) prior to your interview.
  • Review your resume and the job description.
  • Prepare a list of questions to ask the interviewer(s) in advance that will help determine if the position is the best fit for you.
  • If it’s virtual, test your connection and make sure you are in a quiet, uninterrupted area.
  • Dress for success!

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US or Canadian Applicants: Nokia is committed to ensuring our online application process provides an equal employment opportunity to all job seekers, including individuals with disabilities. If you are an individual seeking assistance on employment opportunities or to apply for an open job posting and you need a reasonable accommodation, please send an email to:

Nokia is an equal opportunity employer that is committed to diversity and inclusion. At Nokia, employment decisions are made regardless of sex, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, race, ethnic origin, color, creed, religion, national origin, citizenship, age, marital status, physical or mental disability, genetic information or ancestry, protected Veteran or military status, or other characteristics protected by law.