Are you ready for a career and not just a job? Looking for a company that values its employees as its most important asset, versus thinking only about the bottom line? Do you want a workplace where you can thrive and grow in an award-winning, relaxed work environment that fosters creativity and entrepreneurism so you can perform your best and continuously innovate? If these are traits you expect from your first or next employer, then National Instruments can meet or exceed your expectations. Take some time to learn more about what NI can offer you!
National Instruments employs more than 7,100 employees worldwide, and is professionally and conservatively guided by an experienced executive management team – including two original cofounders and many officers who started their NI careers more than 15 years ago. NI has a long track record of growth thanks to its highly respected management team, a well-diversified business landscape of more than 25,000 unique customers worldwide, and a wide variety of products to offer most major industries. Great management and historical growth has made NI a highly stable workplace offering many attractive characteristics and benefits.
For the second consecutive year, the Great Place to Work Insitute has ranked National Instruments among the top 25 multinational companies to work for in the world. This year's "World's Best Multinational Workplaces" list ranks NI at number 16.
For the 14th consecutive year, FORTUNE Magazine named National Instruments to the publication’s annual list of the 100 Best Companies to Work For. NI ranks #35 on this year’s list. This honor is a testament to NI’s global commitment of creating an exceptional workplace.
Find out more about our successful operations around Arabia (Middle East and North Africa) region that testifies our global commitment to provide engineers and scientists with the tools that accelerate innovation, productivity and discovery.
Find out how NI is committed "to do for test and measurement what the spreadsheet did for financial analysis – and – to do for embedded systems what the PC did for the desktop." - Dr. James Truchard