• Hear from Our Employees

    Chris Genualdi, Investor Relations Manager

    “NETGEAR has a truly unique culture, which has encouraged me to pursue my interests and passions across department lines. From collaborating with world-class engineers, to engaging with our shareholders, there are no boundaries to what I might find myself doing on any given day. My career has developed in a deep and dynamic way that would not have been possible anywhere else. It’s a place where performance is rewarded, ethics are practiced and innovation is celebrated."

  • Hear from Our Employees

    Azine Bugliarello, Senior Channel Marketing Manager

    “My favorite part about working at NETGEAR is getting to work with the people that I do every day. The company culture, the innovative products we create, as well as the individuals that make up this dynamic team, makes NETGEAR a place where I am constantly learning and growing. It makes coming to work exciting and enjoyable!”

  • Hear from Our Employees

    Satyajit Das, Sr. Software Development Engineer

    "NETGEAR is always on the lookout for creative ideas to get better products to market. The high level of energy, creativity, trust and performance among employees is incubated by the atmosphere and culture within NETGEAR."

  • Hear From our Employees

    Lonnee Apperley, Director of Operations

    “At NETGEAR, I am surrounded by teams of talented, passionate and dedicated individuals around the world that are constantly making great things happen. I start my day in Europe, then onto the Americas and end in Asia - it is very enriching and rewarding working with so much cultural diversity.  Our environment is dynamic and buzzing with innovation and collaboration. It’s also exciting being part of an organization that connects people to the Internet with ease and speed.”

Why work at NETGEAR?

  • Work with smart, innovative people committed to helping the world do more through connectivity.
  • A place where results-driven people can advance their careers, develop their potential, and make an impact.
  • Successes and performance are recognized by offering competitive compensation packages.
  • Strong commitment to integrity and high ethical standards
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    Search for current job openings and submit your resume today. NETGEAR is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Benefits & Perks

At NETGEAR, we value our employees. In addition to opportunities to work on cutting-edge technologies and career growth, we offer competitive compensation and a comprehensive benefit package. Benefits will vary depending on location.

NETGEAR Connects

At NETGEAR, we care.  We pride ourselves on coming together as a team to help our community and have fun at the same time. 

Locations in the Americas

Headquartered in San Jose, California.

NETGEAR’s Americas presence also includes offices in Carlsbad - California, Chicago - Illinois, Atlanta - Georgia, Richmond - Canada, and satellite offices in Mexico and Brazil.  At every location, passionate and innovative employees work together to shape the future of connectivity.

Click here to see a list of NETGEAR offices around the world.

NETGEAR GIVES BACK

Giving back to the communities around the world where we work and live is a deeply held value at NETGEAR. We are proud that our contributions help create strong communities and support our mission to connect the world to the Internet, one person at a time.

Learn more about what we are doing to give back.

AARP: AARP Foundation Connecting To Community” Pilot Program 

 

The program is a joint project of the AARP Foundation, AARP’s affiliated charity, Family Matters of Greater Washington, one of the nation’s oldest, nationally-accredited social services organizations, NETGEAR, Comcast, and Older Adults Technology Services. The program, which was launched in May 2013, is designed to combat the issue of social isolation in older adults by connecting individuals age 50 and older to activities where they can adopt new skills, increase social networks, and receive technology training, hardware and internet connection.  Program participants received NETGEAR routers, iPad tablets, Comcast High-Speed Internet service, six months of volunteer-led instruction, and training and support for participants to help increase social engagement through technology. So far, these families in Greater Washington are online and enjoying their WiFi. 

http://www.npr.org/blogs/alltechconsidered/2013/11/25/247173249/helping-low-income-seniors-build-a-social-web-online

 

- Project Horsepower:  Barrington Illinois School District, NETGEAR and Comcast Internet Essentials

Project Horsepower is a partnership between Barrington 220, the Barrington Area Development Council, NETGEAR, and Comcast. This pilot program provides highspeed Internet service to the homes of students who qualify for the National School Lunch Program (NSLP), which is the federal free and reduced-priced lunch offering to students residing in low-income households.  NETGEAR provided free routers for this important project to help bridge the digital divide for approximately 700 households in the communities served by Barrington 200.

http://barrington-il.patch.com/groups/back-to-school/p/barrington-220-launches-project-to-provide-internet-access-to-lowincome-households


WiFi My School: 

In a nationwide contest, NETGEAR asked schools to tell us why their school needs WiFi.  The response was overwhelming, with teachers, administrators, and students all sending in short essays on why WiFi was important to them and their education.  The winning school, Innovations Academy in San Diego, CA, won a WiFi makeover with free WiFi access points, a controller and ReadyNAS storage.  Four other schools won additional NETGEAR products.   It is important that schools have strong WiFi to give every student the advantage of Internet access, and NETGEAR is very happy to be a part of helping schools help kids.

Food Drive

Every year NETGEAR has a food drive in their Silicon Valley headquarters, benefiting the Second Harvest Food Bank.  The people at NETGEAR are passionate about giving and as a display of their efforts created some great monuments made out of canned food.  A favorite this year was the Nighthawk router, designed from stacks of canned peaches.  All proceeds go to serving those in need this holiday season. More information on the Second Harvest Food Bank can be found at http://www.shfb.org/