Want to achieve your career goals in an exciting and dynamic global work environment? We are looking for the next generation of problem solvers and innovators like you to join our team at Emerson.
Whether you are an undergraduate exploring your career options, an engineering student looking for the next challenge, or a MBA degree recipient ready to join a global company, we offer a wide range of exciting opportunities to learn and grow your career.
New and recent university graduates
We actively recruit high-caliber, creative students. As a technology and manufacturing company, we are especially interested in students majoring in industrial engineering, electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, computer science, marketing, business administration, finance and accounting.
Through our Engineers in Leadership Program, Emerson provides a unique opportunity for recent graduates of undergraduate engineering programs to immerse themselves in our businesses and to pursue their ideal career path within our company.
Our recruiters will be at a number of undergraduate university career fairs this year. Please visit our recruiting schedule to find out if Emerson plans to visit your university. Please note, this schedule is subject to change. To learn whether Emerson has an internship or cooperative relationship with your educational institution, please contact your university’s career services office.
New and recent MBA graduates
We are always looking for high-potential people who have the experience, skills and enthusiasm to work in our results-oriented company. We have opportunities for recent MBA degree recipients in the United States and in Europe.
Undergraduate internships and co-op opportunities
We offer a variety of paid summer internships and six-month co-op opportunities for students enrolled at selected colleges and universities.
Our internships and co-op programs allow students to enhance the skills they’ve developed in the classroom and apply them in real-world situations. For more information, contact your university’s career services office to learn whether we have an internship or cooperative relationship with your school.