About the Delivery Centre
On Friday 3 August 2012 Unitec signed a Collaboration Agreement with IBM. This agreement will see IBMs first New Zealand Delivery Centre established on our Mt Albert campus. The Delivery Centre opens in February 2013 and will employ full-time and part-time professionals, including Unitec graduate and undergraduate students. IBM anticipates that the Delivery Centre will employ up to 400 people within the next two years.
For Unitec this means employment opportunities for students while they study and when they graduate, work experience with a highly respected global company and access to IBM expertise through guest lectures.
For IBM it means they can open a NZ based Delivery Centre which will deliver innovative business processes and ICT services and have access to a highly skilled flexible workforce.
Exciting Employment Opportunities for Unitec Students
The IBM Delivery Centre is now taking applications for ‘Customer Support Representative’ roles. These are a range of exciting part-times roles available only to Unitec students.
The ‘Customer Support Representative’ is a customer care focused role, where you will deliver high quality customer service support to IBM's exciting new client - the world's number one producer of tablets, mobile phones and MP3 players.
IBM is a global technology and innovation company that works with forward-thinking enterprises, institutions and people to help make the world work better. Through its Smarter Planet strategy, IBM helps companies, governments and cities infuse intelligence into the systems and processes that make the world work - from power grids, buildings and roadways to agriculture and waterways. IBM's clients span many different kinds of enterprises and represent every major industry and endeavour.
With almost 400,000 employees around the world, plus an extensive network of business partners and suppliers, all underpinned by leading-edge research labs, IBM offers a unique combination of industry insight, high-powered research and technology expertise.
For more information on IBM go to http://www.ibm.com/nz/en/
Last edited: 17 May 2013