Imagine playing a role in changing what it means to live with chronic disease. At Medtronic, you can. We're creating technologies that treat chronic disease in new ways so people can live better, longer. We didn't become a global leader by sitting on the sidelines. We're actively involved in shaping the industry and transforming technologies so physicians have what they need to help their patients move forward with life. Our vision requires bold leaders. If you want a career that is challenging, energizing, and rewarding, we hope you’ll consider joining us as we push the boundaries of medical technology.
Wherever your passions lie, you can find rewarding work and new challenges here. The diversity of our therapies, businesses, customers, partners, and geographies allows you to continually grow and stretch your capabilities. At the same time, you’ll be playing a role in changing the way the world treats chronic disease.
We're a $13 billion company with 38,000 employees serving medical professionals and millions of patients a year. Our business-related needs are extensive. Each year, we hire high-potential MBA graduates from around the world into our Leadership Development Rotation Program. It offers functional tracks in business development, finance, human resources, IT, marketing, and supply chain, with assignments in various countries. To learn more, see our LDRP brochure or our sample business job descriptions.
At any one time, we have over 200 clinical trials underway worldwide. Our Clinical Studies professionals perform many trial-related functions, including collecting and analyzing data, training investigators, recruiting and enrolling subjects, and maintaining records. Their important work helps us demonstrate the positive impact our therapies have on people’s lives, as well as the economic benefit.
Engineers are the trailblazers behind our innovative technologies. They collaborate with colleagues and healthcare professionals, sharing ideas as they design, develop, teach, plan, produce, research, sell, service, and test new life-changing therapies. We have engineers that work in specific business units, as well as at the corporate level, developing technology platforms that cross multiple businesses for added efficiency.
This is the group that makes our breakthrough technologies possible. Operations provides the infrastructure and expertise to build our products with maximum quality and cost effectiveness, and ensure we have supportive work environments for employees worldwide. Job families include Sourcing, Supply Chain, Quality, Manufacturing, Lean Sigma, and Facilities. For more information, see descriptions of each job family and view a video overview by James Dallas, our Senior Vice President of Quality and Operations.
Thousands of Quality Assurance employees worldwide help us uphold a key platform of the Medtronic Mission: to strive without reserve for the greatest possible reliability and quality in our products. Their roles cover the entire product lifecycle and all functional areas, including engineering, data analysis, auditing, and inspecting. These are people who are passionate about medical technology and perfectionists by nature.
Employees in Regulatory Affairs help get our life-changing therapies to market. Their primary role is to ensure we meet ever-increasing worldwide regulatory requirements at every stage of the product lifecycle. These exciting roles connect patients with therapies that can save and improve their lives. Ideal candidates can think analytically and communicate with diverse audiences.
With each new therapy we create, we need knowledgeable, determined sales reps to inform and educate healthcare professionals and administrators around the world. These are no order-taker roles; Medtronic sales professionals are consultative partners. They work closely with clients in more than 120 countries to match specific practice needs with specific Medtronic therapies. Clinical interest and acumen are a must. See entry-level requirements.
Sales Clinical Support
Our clinical specialists fulfill a critical step in our Mission to alleviate pain, restore health, and extend life: They train and educate healthcare professionals and patients on how to use our products. One day, they may be training a technician to analyze device data and the next working with an implant surgeon in the OR. Ideal candidates have a background in nursing or engineering, with strong technical and communication skills. See entry-level requirements.