Organizations that need more than boxes of hardware and software can call SHI International Corp. Founded in 1989, SHI is a $5 billion+ global provider of a wide variety of computer hardware and software products from suppliers such as Adobe, Cisco, HP, Microsoft, Apple, and McAfee. The company resells PCs, networking products, data storage systems, printers, software, and keyboards, among many other goods. It also offers a growing range of professional services such as software licensing, asset management, managed desktop services, systems integration, cloud computing...
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Careers at SHI
In addition to a competitive salary and high-quality benefits package, SHI offers an exciting, fun and supportive environment that was recently recognized by our employees as one of the best places to work in both Austin, Texas and New Jersey.
If you enjoy challenging yourself - and being recognized for your efforts - SHI is the place for you! Search our online Career Center for positions that match your area of expertise, right now!
If you do not see a position that you would consider an “exact match” - but are still interested in applying to SHI - you can submit your resume for consideration through our online portal. If an opportunity becomes available that fits your skills, we will be sure to contact you.
Thank you for your interest in furthering your career at SHI!
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Employees say it's “OK” 98 ratings
84% of the CEO 72 ratings
President and CEO
Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Aug 2013 – Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Interview Details I was contacted by a SHI recruiter through Linkedin. I interviewed with her for about 5 minutes and she asked very basic questions. Then she sent in 2 sales managers whom asked me typical interview questions. This was about 30-45 minutes. After they left, the sales director came to interview me as… – Full Interview
Why are you different than any other collage graduate that thinks they deserve this job? – View Answer