Abbott Laboratories is a multinational healthcare company that sells medical devices, diagnostics, nutritional products, and more. Some of its most well-known products include Pedialyte, Similac, Ensure, Glucerna, and MitraClip.
Abbott Laboratories is looking to hire people that are collaborative, communicative, and hardworking. They want individuals who have strong leadership and communication skills and have experienced academic and technical excellence. Abbott Laboratories wants to employ individuals who are looking to advance themselves professionally and want to complete meaningful work.
The Development Programs at Abbott Laboratories are two-to-three year, paid assignments that allow recent graduates to explore different professional opportunities within a specific field. The Development Programs are offered in a variety of cities, and students can pursue a program in Finance, Information Technology, Manufacturing, Quality Assurance, Engineering, or Clinical.
Abbott Laboratories offers a range of paid, 10-12 week summer internships for Sophomores, Juniors, Seniors, and Graduate students. During the program, students are able to gain meaningful hands-on experience by working with a team to complete educational projects. Interns are also able to work within different departments of Abbott Laboratories and can network with senior employees and leaders.
The process varies depending on what position you are applying for, but shouldn’t last more than a month.
Not everyone will go through a preliminary interview with HireVue, but some interviewees reported going through one before talking to someone at Abbott Laboratories.
In this phone interview the interviewer will go over background, experience, and Abbott Laboratories.
There can be 1 or 2 in-person interviews, this depends on position.
Reach out to your alumni network or employees and see if they can offer you insight into Abbott Laboratories and the interview process.
Do research on Abbott Laboratories, such as their culture, current projects, company goals, etc.
The positions are very competitive to get, so doing your research and preparing for behavioral-type questions is imperative.
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