The GBS Client Innovation Centers are part of the IBM globally integrated network of client service centers that deliver deep industry and technical expertise to IBM clients worldwide. The centers provide value-added support and innovative solutions to address client needs.
"Now is the time to change the world through technology, and Baton Rouge is the "Right Place" to do it. It is the "Right time" for Client Innovation Centers, we have the "Right Places" already setup where the teams are "Changing the World" through working with valued clients and practices while taking pride in growing our skills, innovating for our clients, and taking care of our community. #RTRPCW"
- Charles Masters
Vice President of North America IBM Client Innovation Centers
The world is at a major turning point: technology is enabling entirely new forms of business operations, business models, industries and outcomes. We have exponentially more power to reach the full potential of our life's work than any humans before us.
This is our vision for the future. Join Us.
IBM is proud to partner with the State of Louisiana to continue to create jobs and opportunities in the technology sector - Jobs and Opportunities that provide IBM's clients with services to address the ever-increasing demand for flexible software services.
We're seeking forward-thinking innovators that hunger for continuous learning and are motivated by making a positive impact on the world. Innovators that are driven by making the world more instrumented, interconnected and intelligent.
We welcome the opportunity to embrace your talents and be part of our IBM family while learning on-the-job and building in-demand skills. We encourage taking on challenging project work – designing, building and supporting technical solutions for some of the world's leading companies. Depending upon the project, you could find yourself developing advanced skills in technologies such as Java, SAP, Oracle, Big Data, Blockchain, among others.
Translate your expertise into a rewarding career. Apply now.