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Johnson & Johnson join Jobs Expo Cork this Saturday at Pairc Ui Chaoimh.

Johnson & Johnson careers

We’re very excited to have Johnson & Johnson exhibit at Jobs Expo Cork. Their recruitment team will have a stand at Pairc Ui Chaoimh from 10 am to 4pm this Saturday. Register for this FREE event today and meet a plethora of employers this Saturday.

Johnson & Johnson Family of Companies in Ireland

Johnson & Johnson is the world’s most comprehensive and broadly based manufacturer of healthcare
products, as well as a provider of related services for the consumer, pharmaceutical and medical
devices and diagnostics markets. Johnson & Johnson have more than 265 operating companies in
more than 60 countries employing approximately 126,500 people. Our worldwide headquarters is in
New Brunswick, New Jersey, USA.

The company was founded in 1886 on a revolutionary idea: Doctors and nurses should use
sterile sutures, dressings and bandages to treat peoples’ wounds. Since then every invention, every
product, every breakthrough has been powered by generations of employees who are inspired to make
a difference.

The Johnson & Johnson Family of Companies has been operating in Ireland for 80 years, employing in excess of 3,725 people across three business sectors:

  • Consumer
  • Medical Devices and Diagnostics
  • Pharmaceuticals

 

The Johnson & Johnson Family of Companies in Ireland

 

  • Cork: DePuy Synthes – Ringaskiddy
    Janssen Sciences Ireland UC – Ringaskiddy
    Janssen Pharmaceuticals Sciences UC – Little Island

 

  • Limerick: Johnson & Johnson Vision Care – Castletroy, Limerick
    Johnson & Johnson EMEA Development Center, Limerick
    Automation Centre of Excellence – Limerick

 

  • Galway: Cerenovus, Ballybrit Business Park

 

  • Mayo: Johnson & Johnson Vision Care – Westport

 

  • Dublin: Johnson & Johnson (Consumer) – Tallaght
    Johnson & Johnson (Medical Devices) – Tallaght
    Johnson & Johnson Vision Care – Liffey Valley Office Park
    Janssen Sciences UC – Tallaght
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