Stryker is a Medical Tech Company that is growing quickly. Among the nation’s most innovative biomedical companies.
Stryker looks for individuals who believe in their mission of making healthcare better. They are seeking engaged, passionate, and talented people who are driven to seek the innovation, growth, and opportunity that Stryker offers.
Stryker was formed in 1941 with a goal of bringing innovation to healthcare. Stryker's products include implants for surgical use and other surgical equipment for a variety of different medical uses.
Stryker offers internship programs in a variety of roles including Engineering, Finance & Accounting, Human Resources, Information Systems (IS), Regulatory Affairs, Sales & Marketing, and Supply Chain & Logistics for students to expand their learning outside of the classroom. Stryker also has a variety of rotational programs (that have leadership capability included in the curriculum) available for recent college grads.
For U.S. internships, applications for the following summer open in September. Recruiting is done on a rolling basis and generally lasts from September to early March depending on what roles have been filled.
1. Online Application
Students are invited to apply to as many positions they are interested in. Once your application is complete, an email will be sent with a link to a questionnaire to complete. You will not be considered until the questionnaire has been filled out.
2. Phone Interview
The next step of the process may include a phone interview with the Gallup Organization. The Gallup interview helps Stryker place the right people in the right positions according to their individual talents and strengths. The interview also helps Stryker to understand each applicant's fit to their work environment so that they can make the best choice for both the applicant and Stryker.
Reach out to your alumni network and see if they can offer you insight into Stryker and the interview process
Do research on Stryker, 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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