We Are Talent-Hunting at the UniPr JobDay 2018

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Have you taken the chance to get to know Caligoo at the JobDay 2018 organized by University of Parma on October 24?

You could have learned about our career opportunities and found out more about our technology all in one place.

We are still looking forward to receiving applications from soon-to-be and freshly graduate students in the fields of Engineering, Computer Sciences, Telecommunications and Mathematics from the local universities and, of course beyond.

We currently offer different positions as Intern, Junior Software Developer (Network & Embedded Devices), Junior Software Developer (Fronted) and Software Network Engineer (R&D). 

What is Caligoo?

Since 2015 Caligoo has been leading the revolution of access networks by introducing the first Unified Cognitive Network Platform on the market. We enable digitized environments to collect data, understand the context, learn about the physical and digital behavior of people and interact with things and applications, in real-time.

Why should you consider joining our team?

Innovation. Our employees work on projects that matter. You will be involved in exciting projects for global companies. Your work will impact millions of final users and the reputation of top-class brands.

Teamwork. We believe in team-working as a method of personal growth and empowerment. Our informal environment and the presence of shared spaces are designed to facilitate knowledge sharing and ideas spreading on the company.

Internationality. We are a small but global team, spread across three countries, with headquarters located at the outskirts of Reggio Emilia (Italy), Lugano (Switzerland) and Chicago (Unites States).

Research. We thrive on innovation and we know supporting research is the key. In Caligoo, you find a fertile ground where quickly grow your skills and experience. We can supervise your B.S. or M.S. Thesis on cutting edge research topics.

Sounds too good to be real? 

Read more about our most recent scientific publicationsinternational conferences we took part in, investments in local universities and, mostly, our successful collaborations with clients.

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