Johnson & Johnson Information Technology Co-op - 2015 Job

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J&J Family of Companies
Johnson & Johnson companies are equal opportunity employers.
Johnson & Johnson Information Technology Co-op - 2015(Job Number: 00000SPX)
The more than 250 Johnson & Johnson companies globally employ over 129,000 men and women in 60 countries, and each person, in a unique and special way, contributes to the well being of individuals and families around the world. Throughout our consumer, pharmaceuticals, and medical devices & diagnostics business segments, employees have an opportunity to make their mark as a vital player within our organization. Each of our companies provides the feel of a small company in which the talents and initiative of individuals are recognized and rewarded. With $67.2 billion in 2012 sales, the resources of our global enterprise and the extraordinary breadth of our involvement in health care create a platform for flexible and exciting career paths. Learn more about the Johnson & Johnson Family of Companies at .
The IT Co-op Program at Johnson & Johnson is a comprehensive learning and professional experience in the technology space at one of the world's leading health care companies. This program works as a feeder pool to our Information Technology Leadership Development Program for full-time employment, which student employees will learn about, and will be able to pursue upon successfully completing the Co-op and their degree program.
General Overview
Candidates apply for one overall IT Co-op position that makes him/her eligible for specific department opportunities. Our Co-op positions are usually for 6 months of full-time work. Positions can be located in various locations throughout the US.
These positions involve a range of Information Technology assignments which could include (in addition to others):
e-business and project leadership opportunities with direct business impact
applications development for internal customers
infrastructure projects across business sectors and segments
A Co-op should expect to own the following roles and responsibilities:
contribute individually and/or as a team member to support a designated
functional area
work towards goals and objectives assigned by experience owner
analyze business processes for reengineering opportunities
work within a group in IT that supports a functional area of the business
Some of our more technical Co-op assignments include opportunities for Java Developers / Software Engineers, as an example. Our development teams create applications for Android, iOS and web for our different operating companies and business units, including Bio-Sensor and Device Integration. We utilize a variety of platforms, including PHP, SQL/MySQL, UX, Java/JavaScript, HTML/CSS, Symfony2, Jira GreenHopper, Crucible, Sonar, Subversion, AJAX, Spring & Hibernate. We are interested in your experience and desire to code and create in these languages and more.
Housing Assistance
Based on location of assignment, Johnson & Johnson offers housing assistance to Co-ops who live more than 50 miles from their work-site location. This housing assistance includes options for subsidized rent in a fully-furnished apartment close to the work-site location, or a stipend payment for candidates to use at their discretion. Daily transportation to and from the work-site location is the student's responsibility, as most locations are not accessible via public transportation and company transportation is not provided.
Successful Co-op candidates must:
have permanent work authorization in the US. We cannot consider students
requiring future sponsorship.
have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher, which is reflective of all college
be currently enrolled and pursuing a bachelors degree. Preferred fields are
Information Management, Information Technology, Computer Engineering,
Management Information Systems, Computer Science, Software Engineering /
Development, or something equivalent.
have a passion for a career in technology.
students in their Sophomore year and higher are strongly preferred.
Primary Location: North America-United States-New Jersey-New Brunswick
Other Locations: North America-United States-New Jersey-Raritan, North America-United States-Pennsylvania-West Chester, North America-United States-New Jersey-Piscataway, North America-United States-California-Los Angeles, North America-United States-California-Santa Barbara, North America-United States-Michigan-Ann Arbor, North America-United States-New Jersey-Somerville, North America-United States-California-Diamond Bar, North America-United States-Florida-Jacksonville, North America-United States-Pennsylvania-Fort Washington, North America-United States-Massachusetts-Raynham, North America-United States-New Jersey-Titusville, North America-United States-New Jersey-Skillman, North America-United States-California-Milpitas, North America-United States-New Jersey-Morris Plains, North America-United States-Ohio-Cincinnati, North America-United States-Indiana-Warsaw
Organization: Johnson & Johnson (6067)
Job Function: Info Technology
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Johnson and Johnson Family of Companies are equal opportunity employers, and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, protected veteran status, or disability status, or any other characteristic protected by law.
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Req ID: 00000SPX
Date: Mon, 18 08 2014 00:00:00 GMT
Country: US
State: NJ
City: New Brunswick
Postal Code: 08901
Locale: en_US

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