Grow and thrive in an environment that values the unique experiences and talents that you bring.
“As Pitney Bowes enters its second century of delivering innovation to our clients, there have never been more new and challenging opportunities for our employees as there are today. Determined, talented and passionate people who bring fresh, innovative thinking are key to building on our proud 100-year legacy and delivering on the promise of our future. We are committed to supporting the growth and development of our future leaders in meaningful ways to achieve their full potential as part of our high-performance culture.”
Marc Lautenbach, President and CEO of Pitney Bowes
The University initiative allows Pitney Bowes to find top talent out of the campus population. Our goal is to host a beneficial intern program for students which could lead to full-time employment. The University Intern Program takes place every summer with interns throughout the country and we continue to expand globally. There are also short term exciting opportunities offered throughout the year.
Our interns get a chance to work directly with leaders at PB, get exposure to diverse aspects of the business, and participate in developmental opportunities. All open internships are currently posted on our career site.
Global EIC participants 2018/2019
The Pitney Bowes ‘Global Early in Career Development Program’ (EiC) is an accelerated 18-month development program targeting our high potential, millennial talent around the globe. This unique program is designed to provide meaningful learning opportunities for its participants as they progress to become the future leaders of Pitney Bowes.
The program provides its participants with structured development experiences, including a heightened focus on Development Planning, a year-long Executive Mentoring Partnership and a six-month action learning assignment to deliver recommendations to Senior Leaders on significant challenges or strategic business opportunities for the organization. The program also offers many internal networking opportunities throughout with leaders, program alumni and peer participants.
Jesse HooblerVice President, Global Presales
Bill HouseDirector, Supply Chain
Misty MorganGlobal Product Manager, SMB
Pitney Bowes Young Professionals (PB-YP) are millennial-aged employees who gather on a regular basis for learning, development and networking. The network also enriches the greater PB community by providing a forum for millennials’ perspectives on company initiatives. Areas of focus include the client experience, teaming and engagement, recruitment, development and retention. PB-YP currently has 4 chapters and continuing to expand.