The fast-track at IBM process is very similar to a standard interview process, but with Uncubed in your corner. We’ve run this program for 5 years now (previously called the Cognitive Computing Odyssey), and we’ve seen hundreds of students get hired as a result, with even more receiving offers.
How does the fast-track work?
Applicants through Uncubed are reviewed, short-listed and fast-tracked at IBM if a fit. Applying through Uncubed avoids the application black hole since we're able to check on your status and nudge IBM if you're ever awaiting a response.
Please note: At this time, Uncubed is only able to fast-track applicants who are legally authorized to work in the United States and will not require employment-based visa sponsorship, now or in the future.
Fast-track jobs can include:
Engineering / Development
Cognitive Software Developer
Client-Facing Technical Support
DevOps or Site Reliability Engineer
Test or Automation
Design Researcher (portfolio URL required)
Front-End Developer (portfolio URL required)
User Experience Designer (portfolio URL required)
Visual Designer (portfolio required)
Solution or Digital Sales
Technical Solutions Specialist
IBM is a global cognitive and cloud computing company that is reinventing what’s possible for industries and individuals. They are extending the relationship between humans and technology across industries like healthcare, education, retail, sports, finance, fashion, and advertising to truly transform the world for all of us.
What can you do at IBM?
You can innovate breakthroughs that have a life-changing impact. You can explore new industries, technologies, and jobs - all within one organization. You can be agile, experimental, and entrepreneurial - backed by the expertise and resources of a Fortune 100 company. And you can be part of an ever-evolving, inclusive, and collaborative culture with the support of over 380,000 colleagues. Embrace the pattern-seeing, patent-blazing, future-shaping you. This is you to the power of IBM.
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