Join IBM Research – Africa:
Replay: Virtual Recruiting Event on 5 December 2013
The African continent accounts for 14 percent of the world’s population and is one of the fastest growing economies in the world. With a growth rate expected to average 7 percent annually over the next 20 years, Africa is poised to become a leading source of innovation in a variety of industries. IBM announced the formation of IBM Research – Africa and officially launched its first laboratory facility in Nairobi, Kenya, in October 2013.
IBM recognizes the huge potential impact of research and smarter systems in helping to build Africa’s future. For this reason, the IBM Recruiting team invites professors, scientists and qualified university students to participate in a Research Virtual Recruiting Event for several open positions at the recently opened IBM Research – Africa Laboratory.
Recruiting great employees is vital to our success and to building a Smarter Planet. Watch a replay of the Research Virtual Recruiting Event from 5 December 2013 to learn more.
Read more about IBM Research's new Lab in Nairobi, Kenya.
|05 minutes||Welcome and Agenda|
|20 minutes||Why IBM Research in Africa?||Osamuyimen T. (Uyi) Stewart|
|20 minutes||Panel Discussion with Two IBM Research - Africa scientists||
Osamuyimen T. (Uyi) Stewart|
|10 minutes||Job Openings, Skills and How to Apply||Anne Onsarigo|
|30 minutes||Q&A||All Participants|
“ IBM continues to expand its operations in key growth markets and we plan to lead the way by bringing Africa into our global network of IBM Research laboratories. ”
Dr. John E. Kelly III, IBM senior vice president and director of IBM Research