Working at CalAmp
People are our greatest asset and we are committed to being an employer of choice in our industry. We proudly offer the stability and security of a large publicly-traded tech company without the rigidity and red tape.Job Openings
CalAmp offers an engaging and diverse work environment where people take pride in their contributions and share in the company’s success. We empower our employees to showcase their talent, sharpen their skills, develop new capabilities, and be a part of a global team that develops revolutionary technologies.
A Top Place To Work
Our employees engage in meaningful work with access to cutting-edge tools and technologies to develop solutions that disrupt entire industries. We offer excellent compensation packages with an extensive suite of medical and retirement benefits along with an Education Assistance Program. Our innovators enjoy a flexible time off policy and accommodating work schedules.
But don’t take our word for it
Working for CalAmp has been the most challenging yet fun experience in my career. There is always new territories to explore and never a dull moment. It is the very environment that I dream of.Judy Jen, Commodity Manager
Working at CalAmp has opened up a lot of learning opportunities for me. I feel challenged and empowered. I have the opportunity to work with experienced and talented people. I feel privileged by the support I have received from my colleagues and manager towards handling professional challenges.Mahmooda Batool, Sr. Software Engineer
The work I create has a direct impact on how we establish our brand globally. What is most rewarding, being a creative does not go unnoticed.Ashley Adams, Graphic Designer
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Nice company to work forCurrent Employee - Anonymous Employee
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I have been working at CalAmp full-time
The work environment is good, people that work here are really nice. I like the work culture here and there is plenty of opportunity to grow.
Training provided is not enough, managers must supervise employees better.
Advice to Management
Provide more training