Bell Canada

Did you know that Bell built and supported the networks that brought the Vancouver 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games to 3.5 billion viewers around the world. They were the most watched Games, ever!

Bell connected 130 venues between Vancouver and Whistler with a million meters of cable. The network carried 90 million minutes of mobile voice traffic, 30 million megabytes of data, and 65 million text messages.

Snapshot

As Canada’s largest communication company, Bell is known for telephone, mobile phones, high speed internet, and home TV. But in addition to its residential services, it provides businesses with solutions for all their information technology and communication (ICT) needs. Bell also owns Virgin Mobile, CTV – Canada’s # 1 media company, as well as The Source, one of Canada’s largest electronics retailers.

The Buzz

Because Bell is part of every aspect of media and communications, it offers tons of cool tech careers. Bell is rolling out super fast fiber internet to homes across the country. Bell offers business customers cutting-edge cloud computing, that provide computing resources remotely, save money and free up valuable people time.

Bell is committed to giving young people a new vision for today’s exciting tech careers. It founded the Canadian Coalition for Tomorrow’s ICT Skills (CCICT) in 2007, the organization behind CareerMash.

Perks @ Work

  • Flexible hours and opportunities to telecommute
  • Employee discounts on internet, mobile, TV services, and at The Source

Hot Jobs

  • Associate, Geographic Information Systems (GIS), data analysis
  • Business analyst
  • Social media marketing specialist
  • Data networking specialist
  • Pricing specialist
  • Product manager - Cloud solutions
  • Project lead – Client Experience solutions
  • Telecom market analysis

What's in it for you?

Bell offers a variety of internship and co-op opportunities for students and new grads. For more information, check out the Bell Career Website.

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