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Have any questions about the hiring process at Medtronic? Review the information below — you may just find the answers you need.
We know the application process can be challenging. If you’re currently talking with a Medtronic recruiter or hiring manager, reach out to them. They’re here to help.
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Have a question? We’ve got answers. Here are the three steps to our hiring process:
Once you've identified an opportunity, create an account on our system and start the application process. You’ll have a chance to upload your resume/CV, and once your application is submitted, you’ll receive a confirmation email. You can also check back to see the status of your application in our system.
Our Talent Acquisition team works diligently with hiring managers to assess candidates for each job opening. If your application is selected, a member of our team will contact you for a preliminary conversation. This begins the dialog to explore the job requirements and how they align with your skills and goals. A follow-up interview is a two-way conversation, so be prepared to answer questions and ask some of your own.
Our team works hard to ensure we make the right hiring decision for you and for Medtronic. If you’ve successfully completed the interview process, and are distinguished as the candidate we’d like to hire, you’ll receive an offer letter from our Talent Acquisition team. The letter will tell you how much time you have to respond and how to accept or decline the offer.
Here are some things to consider when developing your CV/resume:
We believe you should have access to your application and interview status at any time. Log on to our system to check yours. If you need assistance with completing the online application process, please contact AskHR@medtronic.com.
Try to be patient — there may be no status change visible after you apply. It often takes time to fill a job and there are many variables at play, some completely unrelated to you and your application.