Shape the innovations of tomorrow
If you are eager to shape the innovations of tomorrow, we want to hear from you. You will join nearly 700 smart minds all working together to enable communication that matters.
There are career opportunities at our HQ in Belgium and at our offices elsewhere in the world. We’re always looking to recruit people in Engineering (software and/or hardware), Manufacturing, and Research & Development.
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Challenging projects and jobs
At Televic we work with state of the art technology. We accept challenging projects and are successful. All your future co-workers share the same strong committment and focus.
International, growing company
Televic is ambitious. Because we want to grow and we are in the market where there is huge potential for us. That's why we aim bigger and higher. With top notch products and high end solutions. Innovation is essential to accelerate the growth we are after. That's why you will collaborate on innovative, challenging and international products.
Communication that we build together
Every day we work on gigantic projects, constant international growth and sustainable solutions. At Televic you can learn from your expert colleagues. They are accessible and communicate without barriers.
When I had just started here, I was able to immediately contribute to a fantastic project: Room Seventeen for the UNO. That is a project we all look back on with a positive feeling.
We were able to deliver something really good. And the fact that our Belgian company can say something like that is something to be really proud of.
Televic is very ambitious. We want to be number one internationally in our four niche markets. And I can do my part to help with that.
Because Televic aims so internationally, I really feel that I’m present at the beginning of a great story. And that gives you such a great feeling. Because the story of growth is a story that belongs to all of us.
The freedom that I get to do my job is huge. From an idea to something concrete, you can do it all yourself.
From the start to the finish of a project, being involved and at the same time changing the future of education, that gives me real satisfaction.
My greatest challenge? Trying to find the faults. To do that I have to think carefully about why something doesn’t work. Look at a problem from every angle.
I really appreciate that we also have our own input in our work here. And in every new project there is a new challenge. That makes it fun.