Career growth and development is about learning and stretching yourself to grow your expertise and navigate your career. Medtronic offers award-winning programs to accelerate your development and growth. Our size, scope and market leadership give you the chance to explore career opportunities — and grow as we grow.
Getting comfortable with being uncomfortable is a sure sign that you are challenging yourself with projects, connections, and education to grow your career and enable personal success.
This is how we support your journey:
We are a fast-paced industry; change is part of the way we work every day. We provide development through the day-to-day projects, assignments, and culture that expand your professional knowledge — and keep you up-to-date on ever-changing technology, systems, and processes. We encourage stretch assignments, job shadowing, informational interviewing, and networking so you can discover the many roles and paths within Medtronic.
Collaboration, inclusion, respect, and innovation are all part of Medtronic’s Mission and Leadership Expectations.
Becoming more accomplished in your field is satisfying and rewarding. Expand your knowledge, skills, and influence by learning via world-recognized learning and development programs and resources. For example:
Today’s fast-paced healthcare environment requires leaders to be talent-focused, inclusive, and agile. People leadership is a journey, and it takes time to become a great manager. Our industry-leading development reduces the time for Medtronic people leaders to evolve into great leaders, mentors and coaches.
Managers are the front line for conveying our Mission, culture, and commitment to each employee. We build strong managers with our world-class development program.
The Edge program brings the Medtronic Leadership Expectations to life and defines what it means to be a great people leader within the 10 most critical leadership moments. All people leaders Sr. Director and below are expected to complete the Edge Program:
When preparing to talk to a hiring manager, here are suggested questions that can help you assess the potential of the job.