The music culture at Shure is truly unique. Associate musicians practice and perform rock, jazz, classical, and other genres onsite for their peers, using our products firsthand and inspiring everyone involved.
Being a good corporate citizen, neighbor, and employer is one of the Core Values by which we work and live. Teams of Shure Associates volunteer with Chicagoland community organizations all year long.
In partnership with the GRAMMY Foundation’s Producers & Engineers Wing, Shure hosts intimate interviews with renowned music producers and sound engineers. Associates are invited to attend these evening events.
Many of the biggest names in live performance are Shure artist endorsers, proudly using Shure gear. When they’re on tour, they stop by to perform for Associates in the S.N. Shure Theater.
Have fun while meeting Shure Associates from across the organization when you play together on after-work sports teams. All ability levels are welcome, from heavy-hitters to beginners.
Search openings and apply for positions of interest. You will be asked to create a profile and attach a resume to your application.
A talent acquisition team member will review your qualifications against the requirements for the position for which you’ve applied. If we feel there’s a good fit, then we’ll contact you.
A talent acquisition team member will schedule a phone interview with you to further discuss your qualifications and your interest in Shure. This is a good opportunity for you to ask questions about the position and the company.
Here you’ll have the chance to learn more about the position from your potential manager, department colleagues, team members, and human resources. We encourage you to come with questions.
Before making any final decisions, we'll contact your references to ensure that your skills and personality match the position. If you are not selected for a position after your interview, you will be notified by our team.
Typically, screening includes education and employment verification, a criminal background check, social security verification, and a drug test. In some cases, we may require additional screening.
Once you've accepted an offer, our orientation program will introduce you to life at Shure, company policies, products, and the onboarding plan your manager has created for you.
Shure summer internships provide real-world work experience for students as well as a foot in the door for our entry-level positions. Interns earn a competitive salary and are given ownership of meaningful projects that allow them to see the results of their hard work by the time they leave. During the program, managers and directors provide department overviews to help interns better understand the organization as a whole. Additionally, regular team-building events and fun outings give interns the opportunity to socialize and enjoy Chicago. At the end of the summer, interns present their projects to an audience of Shure Associates.
The best way to learn what it’s like to intern at Shure is to let our interns tell you themselves. To read about the experiences of recent interns, check out our blog post.
Our talent acquisition team visits select college campuses in the fall, but we welcome applications from all colleges and universities. Typically, we are looking for students who have completed at least two years of their undergraduate program and have previous internship experience. If you’re a musician with knowledge of Shure products, be sure to indicate this in your application. It’s not required, but it does give you an edge.
To find out when internships are posted and when Shure will be visiting college campuses, follow @Shure Careers on Twitter.