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Johnson & Johnson

At Johnson & Johnson, we are the world’s most broadly-based global healthcare business, with more than 275 companies in 60 countries, and our companies touch all aspects of human health, from consumer products to pharmaceuticals and medical devices.

Our Ireland Campus consists of 13 sites in 4 counties:

Johnson & Johnson Vision Care, Limerick. Committed to transforming the world's vision. We strive to increase awareness of the importance of vision and vision care and to provide the world's best vision correction choices.

Johnson & Johnson Vision, Dublin. A new addition to the J&J family which now includes ophthalmic products in three business segments: cataract surgery, laser refractive surgery and consumer eye health.

Janssen Sciences Ireland, Cork.  Janssen is dedicated to addressing and solving the most important unmet medical needs of our time, including oncology, haematology, immunology, neuroscience, infectious disease and cardiovascular and metabolic diseases.

Janssen Pharmaceutical Sciences, Cork. The facility at Little Island is key supplier of Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients (APIs) in the Janssen supply chain.

EMEA Development Centre (Part of Janssen Pharmaceutical Sciences), University of Limerick Campus. The EDC Team design and deliver high quality business applications, software solutions and services to meet Johnson & Johnson business technology requirements.

DePuy, Cork. Offer orthopaedic and neuro products and services in the areas of joint reconstruction, trauma, spine, sports medicine, neuro, cranio-maxillofacial, power tools and biomaterials.

Johnson & Johnson Ireland, Dublin. The Johnson & Johnson Family of Consumer Companies offers the world’s largest range of consumer healthcare products

Neuravi, Galway. Fully focused on improving acute stroke treatment, Neuravi develops and globally markets innovative medical devices for neurointerventional therapy that are based upon extensive research into the clot and occlusions that cause stroke. 

At Johnson & Johnson you can build a career with a purpose that makes a difference.

Healthcare is changing rapidly.

Cutting-edge science, digital technology and new ways of thinking are improving how people are cared for around the globe, and we are at the forefront. Through our companies, we forge new frontiers and blow through walls to create breakthrough solutions to the world’s most pressing health challenges to help people live longer, healthier and happier lives.

And we need you.

We are looking for talented graduates who share our vision for caring for the world, one person at a time, to join our team.

Together, we can make a difference. We believe that nothing can’t be solved when committed individuals bring together their resources and their resolve.

The Johnson & Johnson Graduate Programme

The Graduate Programme, established in 2015, is a collaborative programme across all Johnson & Johnson Campus Ireland Sites. It runs over a 2-year period and focuses on the following areas:

An opportunity to develop relevant technical skills within graduates’ area of expertise

Cross functional exposure both on site and within Campus Ireland

Regular feedback from programme manager, Personal development and effectiveness training. Skills development in influencing & communication

Project and Project Management experience

Introduction to new and innovative technologies

Exposure to Senior Management Team

We Empower Employees

Your future is up to you. Equipped with resources, training and support, we give you the skills and capabilities to grow and succeed.

Our employees are empowered and encouraged to chart their own career paths, and take advantage of the opportunities throughout our diverse family of companies.

Our Culture

We are a company aligned by a set of core values.

As outlined in Our Credo, our shared values unify our directions and decisions, helping us improve the lives of more than a billion people each day.

Our values make us unique. We are passionate about doing what is right for our customers, communities and colleagues, and by doing so, we can better serve the health and well-being of people everywhere.

But it is our people who are our greatest assets. Each employee brings a unique set of experiences, cultural background and thinking style that creates a richness to our companies, and better serves our diverse customers around the globe.

Collaboration and the sharing of ideas across different businesses and geographies are encouraged at Johnson & Johnson. We know by working together to tap into the knowledge, experience and passion of people throughout our organization, we can solve some of healthcare’s toughest problems.

J and J Óige

Johnson and Johnson are a family of companies and while we often operate as separate entities we recognize the opportunities that working together can provide such as the sharing of innovative ideas, knowledge, talent and solutions within Campus Ireland.

J&J Óige was launched in 2015 to encourage the networking of young J&J employees within Ireland. It is a platform from which young talent from Campus Ireland can get in touch with each other to generate and exchange knowledge and ideas, and explore opportunities.

Through J&J Óige, we connect capable, career driven and ambitious employees across Campus Ireland to aid their development through improved knowledge sharing, idea generation & cross campus networking opportunities. It is envisaged that the meeting of these diverse groups of people in an innovative environment will lead to better solutions for us as individuals, for our company, for our customers and ultimately for our patients.

By creating a network between the Campus Ireland companies, inspiration and leadership held within each of the companies can flow through every facet of our organisation, enriching all aspects of our work and ensuring we remain a world leader in providing innovative healthcare solutions to our customers.

 

Graduate profiles

    • Dermot Keogh - video –

      I joined the J&J Graduate Programme in 2015. I started as a Manufacturing Engineer in DePuy Synthes based in Loughbeg, Ringaskiddy, Co. Cork. The training afforded me from the outset was... Read more

    • Linda Higgins – Manufacturing Engineer

      I joined Vision Care Ireland in June 2015 as a Manufacturing Engineer. As part of the JNJ University Hire Program we received excellent training and were exposed to different areas of the business... Read more

    • Jane Tierney – Quality Engineer

      I started as a Graduate Quality Engineer at Vision Care in 2015. I completed the first 12 months working in various areas of Quality such as change control, audit support and risk management.... Read more

    • David Bannigan – Automation Software Engineer

      “I joined Vision Care Ireland in June 2015 as a Graduate Automation Software Engineer. Working in one of the most automated plants in the world has been a challenging but incredible experience.... Read more

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