Working at Philips
QUESTION: What’s the common link between The New Years’ Eve Times Square Ball, the #1 ranked Norelco male grooming line, and the HeartStart Defibrillator that saves an average of 1 million+ lives every year?
ANSWER: Philips created and continues to improve all of them, as well as hundreds of other innovations that surround you every day of your life. Philips mission is to improve the lives of 3 billion people a year by 2025 and we are looking for the next generation of social entrepreneurs and innovators to help us determine what else can help us improve health & well-being around the world in the industries of healthcare, lighting, and consumer lifestyle technologies.
At Philips, we believe that people should be happy, live well, and enjoy life. We also believe that all these things are achievable through technology innovation; innovation that is created by real people, for real people. It’s why we invite you to bring the passions and interests that have shaped your life thus far, to everything you do in your future career. And ConnectEDU has confirmed that Philips is one of the Best Places to start it.
Am I a fit for Philips?If you are eager to learn (and win) in all you do, have previous intern or co-op experience, and are top of your class on campus with a student GPA of 3.0 or higher, then the answer is a very likely ‘yes’. At Philips, we aren’t just creating the next ‘cool’ new wave of technology for the sake of technology itself. Rather, we are fundamentally changing the way people live and experience the world in very personal ways. That’s why we must stand by our commitment of choosing and developing the best student & graduate talent to join that mission- those who have demonstrated intellectual competencies, combined with visible leadership qualities, and as much motivation to help customers and communities as we have for helping young talent in their college-to-career transition.
How to get started on your path to successAt Philips, we know that in today’s world, the definition of success is different for everyone. We want to get to know you better to first understand what yours is before we match you to the right opportunities and resources that will help you realize those aspirations. To begin, please introduce yourself to us by completing a short profile via our Campus Talent Community at http://philips.avature.net/campus.
Once you are successfully in the Community, we will send you updates on the latest internships & full-time career opportunities, industry news, and company updates. We also may contact you for a more in depth 1:1 conversation about your skills, background, and personal goals.
So show us…what’s next for you AND the world?
As an equal opportunity employer, Philips is committed to a diverse workforce. In order to ensure reasonable accommodation for individuals protected by Section 503 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the Vietnam
Veterans’ Readjustment Act of 1974, and Title I of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, applicants that require accommodation in the job application process may contact 888-367-7223, option 5, for assistance.
Please be aware that the Philips Talent Acquisition team has been made aware of a scam, where individuals have been misrepresenting themselves as representatives of Philips. Philips does NOT use Yahoo! Messenger, or any other instant message tool as a channel for recruitment. Any Philips legitimate communication would come from an @Philips.com email address. If it appears that you may have been the target of a phishing/social engineering scam, please be aware that is not associated with Philips official recruiting process in any way. We take personal security and privacy very seriously and are investigating this scam. Please be aware that in the past similar scams, such as the one you may have experienced, the possible intent was to solicit bank account information or, have asked you to deposit a fraudulent check, then withdraw the money, and send funds via wire transfer to a third party as part of a fake employment deal. If you are approached with such a proposition, please do NOT share any financial or personal information via Yahoo! Messenger, or any other avenue until you feel certain that the recruitment request is legitimate. If you feel that you have been a victim of this scam by providing personal or sensitive information, including bank account information or you have deposited a check sent to you by the scammer, you may exercise your option of filing a report with your local Police agency and or with the FBI by following this link: http://www.fbi.gov/report-threats-and-crime.