Mission: At Philips, we strive to make the world a healthier and more sustainable place through meaningful innovation. Our goal is to improve the lives of 3 billion people a year by 2025. We will be the best place to work for people who share our passion. Together we will deliver ...
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Over 125 years ago, Frederik and Gerald Philips started a small lightbulb company in Eindhoven. Little did they realize that it would become a global force of innovation, committed to improving billions of lives worldwide. But it did.
Today, Philips is a world leading health technology company with a vision to make life better for people worldwide through meaningful innovation. Making good on this promise depends on our passionate, inspirational, collaborative and diverse team. We have over 17,000+ amazing people in North America but are always looking for more. Like-minded, motivated, focused minds to join us in creating a healthier, more connected society while transforming themselves personally and professionally.
Working at Philips is more than a job. It’s an experience filled with unexpected moments that will transform you in lasting and positive ways. Help us improve the world for the better while building a career that no one could have planned for. Even you.
Progress happens outside of your comfort zone. Working at Philips isn’t just about the next stage in your career as a professional. It’s an experience filled with unexpected moments that will transform you in lasting and positive ways, as it did for Harold both personally and professionally. Challenge yourself at Philips so we can improve the world together with technology.
Don't just make a living. Make a difference. Working at Philips as an intern or early-career professional isn’t just about starting your first ‘serious’ job. It’s an experience filled with unexpected moments that will transform you in lasting and positive ways. You'll meet and be mentored by the people that will help shape you professionally, but also on a personal level. Start your career with Philips as we improve the world together with technology.
Create a legacy. What you do every day can contribute to the innovative health technologies and solutions we develop that make a positive impact on billions of people every year. Including you.
You may lead a business. Or your strategic insight could kick off Philips' entry into a new market. You might manage a partnership with healthcare providers so medical specialists can work with greater confidence and speed. Perhaps you could transform our portfolio in the personal care market so that our products have an even greater impact on the world's health.
Our executives work on this scale every day. There are so many unforeseen ways you can leave a lasting legacy at Philips.
Don’t just answer emails, answer deep human needs. Imagine going to work every day knowing that your daily accomplishments will directly shape the products, solutions, and services improving sustainability, health and wellness solutions and used by billions of people around the world. A long-lasting career at Philips is about building new products and building a healthier society. So what types of game-changing innovation have our people delivered recently? Here are just a few...
To learn more about how we are delivering innovation that matters in North America, click here. Or to join us, introduce yourself to our talent community by completing a short profile on Philips Talent Newsflash.
I have been working at Philips full-time (Less than a year)
Good work-life balance
Exciting innovations, done to improve lives
At times, too many decision making layers
Advice to Management
Simplify and accelerate
Interview was about an hour long and pretty much went over my resume and background. I got the offer but had to turn it down due to their relocation to Cambridge in the upcoming year.