Careers at Hitachi

The most rewarding thing about being part of the Hitachi family is our ability to make tangible contributions to society. At Hitachi, we expect our employees to see things from a first-person perspective and to take on challenges that transcend organizations and other boundaries.

Be a part of this strong culture and together, we can build a better tomorrow by thinking innovatively and acting globally.

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FRAUD WARNING:

Please be aware that there are several individuals who are fraudulently claiming to be recruiters for Hitachi, but are in no way affiliated with Hitachi or any of its affiliates or subsidiaries. The unsolicited e-mails are sent from non-Hitachi e-mail addresses (e.g., AOL) and are advertising jobs with Hitachi that do not exist. In particular, Hitachi does not offer any check cashing jobs. The postings may appear legitimate with unauthorized use of Hitachi trademarks and copyright material. Some common signs that a job posting is a scam include:

  • Request to cash fraudulent checks and monetary transfers.
  • Correspondence from e-mail accounts such as Google, Yahoo!, AOL, Hotmail.
  • Misspellings and grammatical errors.
  • Get rich quick language.
  • Failure to list a specific location for the job.
  • Request for Social Security Number or financial information.

Hitachi has contacted appropriate authorities and has taken measures to prevent these individuals from continuing to deceive applicants who seek employment at Hitachi.

If you receive any of these recruitment emails, please let Hitachi know by submitting an inquiry (click here) and file a report of the incident on the FBI's Internet Complaint Center ("IC3") web site at www.ic3.gov . The IC3 web site also lists current Internet crime schemes at http://www.ic3.gov/crimeschemes.aspx#item-3 . Thank you for your support.