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EMEA Development Centre - Johnson & Johnson

It’s about been part of something bigger than yourself yet at the same time been valued for who you are and for all the things you can contribute…

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. Johnsons & Johnson has 8 sites throughout Ireland which are located in Limerick, Cork & Dublin. This compromises of 6 manufacturing plants, commercial offices and a European IT centre of excellence – the Johnson & Johnson EMEA Development Center.

The Johnson and Johnson EMEA Development Centre develop, design and deliver high quality business applications, software solutions and services to meet Johnson & Johnson business technology requirements. The offices based on campus on the University of Limerick are specifically designed to accommodate Scrum development. It is an open and highly collaborative environment based on LEAN principles with a strong emphasis on continuous integration, automated testing and continuous delivery. Scrum teams are encouraged to be self-organising and autonomous all in a welcoming and fun work environment.

Ours is an environment where individuals capabilities and potential are recognised..

We are looking for graduates who are interested in working with the most exciting technology healthcare company in the world…  As part of our growing dymanic team you will have the opportunity to 

  • Be Creative
  • Be a Problem Solver
  • Be a Solution Provider
  • Be Challenged
  • Be an innovator

All while working with cutting edge technologies which ultimately make a difference in people’s lives! 

 

Graduate profiles

    • Rory Maher –

      My experience with the graduate program was a fantastic one. Coming straight from college, the program allowed me the time I needed to get up to speed in a professional working environment. The... Read more

    • Maria Sica – Graduate SAP Functional Analyst

      Starting as a Graduate SAP functional analyst was challenging, particularly coming in as a graduate but a well-accepted one. The best part of my job is the variety that it offers, because the... Read more

    • Noelle Gillespie – Graduate Developer

      The graduate program at J&J has given me the skills and confidence to participate in and contribute to a number of exciting projects so far. With the support of my colleagues I feel like I am... Read more

    • Cian Skelly – Graduate Developer

      Within the first few days as a graduate in Johnson & Johnson, I had started working on a project which allowed me to expand my technical/professional skills. The support you receive from the... Read more

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