Careers with Johnson & Johnson for engineering graduates

25 Jan 2023, 13:34

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Johnson & Johnson in Ireland employs over 2,800 highly skilled employees who support our Pharmaceutical, Medical Device and Consumer business through engineering, manufacturing, quality, sales and marketing, commercial and IT roles.

Johnson & Johnson has 8 sites throughout Ireland which are located in Limerick, Cork & Dublin. This comprises 6 manufacturing plants, a commercial office and a European IT centre of excellence.

Johnson & Johnson has a large manufacturing presence in Ireland across the medical device, biologics and pharmaceutical industry. These manufacturing facilities are:

  • Johnson & Johnson Vision Care Ireland in Castletroy, Limerick
  • Depuy Synthes in Ringaskiddy, Cork
  • Janssen Sciences in Ringaskiddy, Cork
  • Janssen Pharmaceutical Sciences in Little Island, Cork

The strategic support organisations are:

  • Commercial Offices – Dublin
  • EMEA Development Centre – Limerick

Our University Hire Program

At Johnson & Johnson we strongly believe in building a strong talent pipeline of future leaders to accelerate growth and innovation in our broad based healthcare company. Our leadership model is based on four competencies – Connect, Lead, Shape and Deliver which we call our Leadership Imperatives and these are rooted in our Credo and are shaped by our enterprise strategy.

Engineering in Johnson & Johnson

Engineers within the Johnson & Johnson Family of Companies build connections between emerging technologies and solutions that help consumers and patients live healthier and more vibrant lives. Their roles in product development, material sciences, manufacturing and operations, packaging development, and facilities management offer a critical perspective on nearly every aspect of our businesses.

In our Medical Devices businesses, Engineers utilise new alloys and innovative electronics to improve circulatory systems, replace joints, and replicate the functions of human organs. In Pharmaceuticals, Engineers develop better materials for rapid or prolonged drug delivery, and help ensure that our manufacturing methods are safe and consistent. In our Consumer businesses, Engineers are developing bioelectric solutions for skin repair and developing packaging systems that create a more sustainable future.

Engineers within our companies work on smaller, cross-functional teams that leverage their knowledge and experience. They can progress along career paths that immerse them in new technologies or develop them as organisational leaders. And they’re part of a global network of Engineers that’s ready to help broaden their experiences, drive a dynamic career, and impact the health and well-being of people everywhere.

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