Internship program: Network and Technology Services
Network and Technology Services internship
The Network and Technology Services Intern Program (4 – 18 months) is a perfect springboard to get into our award-winning Graduate Leadership Program (GLP) after you complete your degree. With a focus on developing the next generation of leaders, our intern program gives you the opportunity to kick-start your career through a variety of roles.
Why join the program
Benefit from extensive training and ongoing support from Bell leaders.
Build personal networks and friendships with amazing interns, grads and alumni.
Supportive community with planned touchpoints that promote leadership skills development.
Structured curriculum with orientation, experiential learning experiences, mentorship and social activities.
Secure advanced eligibility to our best-in-class Graduate Leadership Program.
Work with the team managing the best networks in Canada.
Experience the breadth of Bell technologies and best practices in a fast-paced agile environment.
4, 8, 12 and 18 month long internship terms
Landed position from day 1 (non-rotational)
Structured learning program
Community forums and social activities
Opportunities to network with interns across Bell
What you can do
Software Development Interested in designing, developing, coding and/or testing Bell’s latest tools, products and services by participating in an Agile team (example roles: full-stack, front-end or back-end developer, system administrator, etc.)
Cyber Security Be part of our security evolution, lead and collaborate on; cloud security transformation, collecting and analyzing data, security devices management, threat detection & incident management, vulnerability management, risk analysis and GRC (Governance, Risk & Compliance)
Big Data Use statistical techniques, algorithms and machine learning principles, to contribute in the identification of trends, patterns and insights in the big data collection
Engineering Apply Engineering principles to keep Canadians connected with each other and the world as a Network Engineering Specialist. Be part of a team to plan, design, build and maintain Bell’s world class 5G wireless, and wireline fibre optic networks.
Program Management Join the team who builds and maintains the Bell’s world-class 5G wireless and wireline fibre optic networks. As a Network Technology Program Manager, apply your business finance and project management talents in the team who designs and builds innovative solutions for our customers, connecting Canadians with each other
Construction Project Management Be part of the team that builds and deploys the most recent technologies in the wireless network field. Utilizing project management skills from initiating construction projects to closing, keeping health and safety first while valuing project schedule, quality and cost. Managing and maintaining relationships with construction vendors.
What we're looking for
Innovative leaders capable of tackling complex problems effectively and taking measured risks.
Demonstrated curiosity with the ability to learn quickly and manage multiple projects and priorities in a collaborative environment.
Having the technical knowledge that enables performing work to the highest standards.
Great communicator – ability to communicate effectively at all levels of the organization
Critical thinker – demonstrated ability to tackle complex problems effectively.
Avid learner – continuous learner of all things technical and process
Focus-driven – ability to manage stress and pressure in a collaborative environment
Dynamic collaborator ability to work with multiple projects and team members (vendors, project managers, architects, business sponsors, etc.)
Successful first to third-year students working towards a University degree or College/Cegep diploma/degree in Science, Technology, Engineering, Business, Math/Statistics (however, if you believe you are up for the challenge with a different degree, you are welcome to apply).
Recommended GPA of at least 2.8
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