We are delighted to announce that Medtronic will be sponsoring, as well as exhibiting and recruiting at Jobs Expo Galway on February 24th at the Galmont Hotel & Spa (formerly the Radisson Blu).
Medtronic have had a presence in Ireland since 1999. They acquired a Cardiovascular business which was established in Galway in 1982. The Galway site is now a centre of excellence for the development and manufacture of a number of the company’s key medical technologies for the treatment and management of cardiovascular and cardiac rhythm diseases.
Today over 2,500 people are employed by Medtronic in Ireland. Furthermore, the majority of the company’s employees work at the facility in Galway. There are over one hundred employees dedicated to research and development at the Galway base.
In September 2013, a Customer Innovation Centre was set up. This development provided state-of-the-art facilities for physicians and engineers to work together. Here, they would continue on developing new therapies that would improve clinical outcomes, provide economic value and increase access to quality healthcare for patients around the world.
Medtronic has a sales and shared services office in Dublin to support the Irish business.
Imagine playing a role in changing what it means to live with chronic disease. At Medtronic, you can. They are creating technologies that treat chronic disease in new ways so people can live better and longer.
They didn’t become a global leader by sitting on the sidelines. Medtronic are actively involved in shaping the industry and transforming technologies. This allows physicians to have what they require to help their patients move forward with life.
Their vision requires ambitious and bold leaders. If you want a career that is challenging, vigourous and rewarding, you may want to consider meeting Medtronic at Jobs Expo Galway. They are looking for the next brand of talent as they push the boundaries of medical technology.
As the world’s largest medical technology company, they offer opportunities in numerous geographies, technologies, therapies and functional areas.