Assignments in our rotational development programs are formally structured, two-to-three-year paid assignments designed to let recent college graduates explore new career opportunities and experiences based on specific functions or disciplines. You can apply to positions in different areas of the company and at various locations throughout the world. Candidates must be eligible to work in the United States without Abbott sponsorship, be currently enrolled in their final semester completing a major in a related discipline, and possess a willingness to travel and be placed anywhere throughout the United States.
Our Financial Professional Development Program prepares college graduates with majors in finance and accounting for financial management roles. Participants will combine technical and business knowledge to work on core assignments in financial analysis, budgeting and forecasting, and reporting and controls. Ideal candidates will hold a bachelor’s degree in Finance or Accounting and have leadership experience, membership in finance or accounting organizations, and at least one completed internship.
Our IT Professional Development Program is a two-year program that develops candidates through four, six-month assignment rotations. Core skills include, but are not limited to, project management, business systems analysis and business analytics. Applicants will hold an IT-related degree and have technical business knowledge, as well as analytic and creative problem-solving abilities.
Our Manufacturing Professional Development Program is an entry-level, two-year rotation program designed to offer real-world experience while promoting personal and professional growth. Learning tracks include materials management/supply chain, operations supervision, project management and purchasing. Candidates will hold a bachelor's or master's degree in Operations Management, Supply Chain, Industrial Engineering or related discipline with applicable internship experience.
Our Quality Professional Development Program is an entry-level, two-year rotation program. Candidates will work in plant quality assurance, division or corporate quality assurance and division or corporate regulatory affairs and will hold a bachelor’s or master’s degree in Life Sciences (Biology, Chemistry, Microbiology, Biomedical Engineering or Quality Sciences) with related internship/co-op/work experience and will be eligible to work in the United States on a permanent basis.
The Engineering Professional Development Program is an entry-level, two-year rotation program with learning tracks in plant engineering, engineering research and development, and product development. Preferred qualifications for the program include a bachelor's or master's degree in Chemical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering or General Engineering. Candidates must be eligible to work in the United States permanently and have engineering related experience.
Our Cardiac Arrhythmia Clinical Associate Program targets high-performing biomedical engineering, engineering, biology, or equivalent students from the nation’s leading STEM programs. Clinical associates have demonstrated academic excellence, communication skills and technical excellence in their respective fields. Clinical associates will provide technical assistance and support for surgical procedures where Cardiac Rhythm Management and Electrophysiology products are used.
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