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  • Joining Mead Johnson

<p>Be a part of a winning team that’s committed  to a high-performance culture.</p>

Join a Culture of Growth and Performance

Be a part of a winning team that’s committed to a high-performance culture.

  • We share a common set of values that are apparent in everything we do. Our high-performance culture of teamwork, integrity, innovation and accountability helps us develop products that benefit infants and children around the world.

  • Our Recruiting Process
    • Our people are the reason for our success and selecting the right person for the job is critical to our company’s performance. For this reason, we take recruitment seriously. A brief summary of our recruiting process is outlined below.

      1. Explore Opportunities

      You can use our Careers website to search for the right opportunity for you, or you can register for job alerts to be notified of future opportunities. You may submit your profile even if there is not a current position that matches your interests. We review our database regularly to identify potential candidates for our openings.

      2. Apply for a Position

      After you have found the right opportunity, if you have not already done so, you will be asked to create an online profile. During this process, you will upload your resume and describe your past work experience through an online questionnaire.

      If our recruitment team considers you to be a good fit for the position, they will arrange a phone call to learn more about you. If not, we will keep your resume on file for future opportunities. However, you will need to apply for those opportunities separately.

      3. Schedule a Phone Interview

      Our initial phone interview is a 30 minute discussion that will determine the possibility of scheduling an in-person interview. The phone interview is a two-way discussion: we explore your experiences, education, skills and future career aspirations, while you learn more about what it's like to work at Mead Johnson.

      4. Conduct an On-Site Interview

      Our on-site interviews are behaviorally based. We use questions to help us better understand how you act and react to certain situations. This process allows us to look more closely at your experiences, skills and abilities, and determine how well they match our current and future job openings.

      This is an opportunity for us to understand your capabilities and what motivates you, and for you to learn more about our company. We know that, just as we are selecting the right person to help grow our business, you are selecting the right role to shape your future career.

      5. Receive an Offer

      If, after the resume screening, phone interview and in person interview, we feel that you are the best candidate for the position, we will promptly send you an offer to join our team.

      6. Onboarding

      Once you accept your offer to join Mead Johnson, we will conduct pre-placement exams and prepare for your start date. We will partner with you along the way to ensure you have the knowledge, skills, resources and relationships to succeed.​

  • Internship Programs
    • Start your career with us

      Mead Johnson Nutrition is a great place to begin your career. We believe in infusing our talent pipeline with fresh ideas and cutting edge perspectives year after year.

      Our goal is to expose interns to multiple functions across the business, thereby growing and nurturing future Mead Johnson leaders. In the United States, our internship program features:

      • One 13 week assignment; typically May to August
      • Interaction with business leaders
      • Real projects work with a formal presentation at the conclusion of the internship
      • Team-building and networking events
      • Performance review sessions

      Summer Internships

      We typically offer internships in the following business areas:

      • Global Finance: Global finance interns work with senior finance leaders to support our growth objectives. They may be responsible for projects across many functional areas including Financial Planning and Analysis, Tax, Accounting and Treasury.
      • Research and Development: Global R&D interns are part of the team driving product innovation and process improvements. He/she may partner with technicians, scientists or process and packaging engineers to deliver against product attributes.
      • Global Supply Chain: Interns in global supply chain could be in the following functional units: manufacturing, engineering and technical services, strategic sourcing or continuous improvement planning. They may participate in the development and design of initiatives to support the supply chain strategy.
      • Global Information Management: Information management interns may create business cases and project plans for strategic initiatives among SAP and other enterprise applications.
      • Marketing: Marketing interns work on leading consumer brands such as Enfamil and Enfagrow. Assignments focus on product repositioning analysis, making marketing mix optimization or new product launch planning.
  • Total Rewards
    • Our Total Rewards Program

      Total Rewards is a way of describing the elements that make up your compensation, as well as the value of programs and benefits that goes beyond your paycheck, such as health and welfare and retirement programs. These programs are important because they help us attract the best people and retain talented employees like you.

      Mead Johnson's compensation programs reward you for the contribution you make to the success of our business. Accomplishing our corporate objectives is the foundation for our continued growth as a company, and for rewarding performance.

      At Mead Johnson, we know that your benefits are an important component of your Total Rewards, and we are pleased to offer a comprehensive and competitive set of benefit solutions for you and your family. Benefit programs differ by country but in general comprise of the following:

      • Health and Welfare Benefits such as medical, dental, life insurance etc.
      • Retirement Benefits
      • Other Benefits such as paid time off, flex work options, tuition reimbursement etc.

      Ultimately, it is our goal to provide our employees with a competitive pay and benefits program that reflects their performance and contribution to our success.

  • Inclusion and Diversity
    • At Mead Johnson Nutrition, fostering a diverse, inclusive workforce that reflects the consumers we serve and the countries where we live and work is critical to our continued success.

      We are committed to building a culture that values and respects all diverse backgrounds. We will conduct our business in an inclusive way and sustain a workplace that mirrors the markets in which we do business. Our commitment will yield results that best serve all of our stakeholders.

      Every day, we work to ensure that all employees, no matter where they are located in the world and no matter where they come from, have an opportunity to contribute, grow and succeed.

      We foster this diversity through our Employee Resource Groups (ERGs), a network of organizations in our U.S. business that encourages employees from similar backgrounds and interests to connect and develop a network for support and development. Our ERGs are open to all employees and include:

      • Engagement Group for African-American Growth & Enrichment (EnGage)
      • Hispanic Organization of Leaders in America (HOLA)
      • Network of Women (NOW)
      • Pan Asian Network (PAN)
      • Young Professionals Network

      We are an equal opportunity employer and we are fully committed to inclusion and diversity, welcoming every employee for their unique skills, perspectives and experiences.

  • Our Recruiting Process
    • Our people are the reason for our success and selecting the right person for the job is critical to our company’s performance. For this reason, we take recruitment seriously. A brief summary of our recruiting process is outlined below.

      1. Explore Opportunities

      You can use our Careers website to search for the right opportunity for you, or you can register for job alerts to be notified of future opportunities. You may submit your profile even if there is not a current position that matches your interests. We review our database regularly to identify potential candidates for our openings.

      2. Apply for a Position

      After you have found the right opportunity, if you have not already done so, you will be asked to create an online profile. During this process, you will upload your resume and describe your past work experience through an online questionnaire.

      If our recruitment team considers you to be a good fit for the position, they will arrange a phone call to learn more about you. If not, we will keep your resume on file for future opportunities. However, you will need to apply for those opportunities separately.

      3. Schedule a Phone Interview

      Our initial phone interview is a 30 minute discussion that will determine the possibility of scheduling an in-person interview. The phone interview is a two-way discussion: we explore your experiences, education, skills and future career aspirations, while you learn more about what it's like to work at Mead Johnson.

      4. Conduct an On-Site Interview

      Our on-site interviews are behaviorally based. We use questions to help us better understand how you act and react to certain situations. This process allows us to look more closely at your experiences, skills and abilities, and determine how well they match our current and future job openings.

      This is an opportunity for us to understand your capabilities and what motivates you, and for you to learn more about our company. We know that, just as we are selecting the right person to help grow our business, you are selecting the right role to shape your future career.

      5. Receive an Offer

      If, after the resume screening, phone interview and in person interview, we feel that you are the best candidate for the position, we will promptly send you an offer to join our team.

      6. Onboarding

      Once you accept your offer to join Mead Johnson, we will conduct pre-placement exams and prepare for your start date. We will partner with you along the way to ensure you have the knowledge, skills, resources and relationships to succeed.​

  • Internship Programs
    • Start your career with us

      Mead Johnson Nutrition is a great place to begin your career. We believe in infusing our talent pipeline with fresh ideas and cutting edge perspectives year after year.

      Our goal is to expose interns to multiple functions across the business, thereby growing and nurturing future Mead Johnson leaders. In the United States, our internship program features:

      • One 13 week assignment; typically May to August
      • Interaction with business leaders
      • Real projects work with a formal presentation at the conclusion of the internship
      • Team-building and networking events
      • Performance review sessions

      Summer Internships

      We typically offer internships in the following business areas:

      • Global Finance: Global finance interns work with senior finance leaders to support our growth objectives. They may be responsible for projects across many functional areas including Financial Planning and Analysis, Tax, Accounting and Treasury.
      • Research and Development: Global R&D interns are part of the team driving product innovation and process improvements. He/she may partner with technicians, scientists or process and packaging engineers to deliver against product attributes.
      • Global Supply Chain: Interns in global supply chain could be in the following functional units: manufacturing, engineering and technical services, strategic sourcing or continuous improvement planning. They may participate in the development and design of initiatives to support the supply chain strategy.
      • Global Information Management: Information management interns may create business cases and project plans for strategic initiatives among SAP and other enterprise applications.
      • Marketing: Marketing interns work on leading consumer brands such as Enfamil and Enfagrow. Assignments focus on product repositioning analysis, making marketing mix optimization or new product launch planning.
  • Total Rewards
    • Our Total Rewards Program

      Total Rewards is a way of describing the elements that make up your compensation, as well as the value of programs and benefits that goes beyond your paycheck, such as health and welfare and retirement programs. These programs are important because they help us attract the best people and retain talented employees like you.

      Mead Johnson's compensation programs reward you for the contribution you make to the success of our business. Accomplishing our corporate objectives is the foundation for our continued growth as a company, and for rewarding performance.

      At Mead Johnson, we know that your benefits are an important component of your Total Rewards, and we are pleased to offer a comprehensive and competitive set of benefit solutions for you and your family. Benefit programs differ by country but in general comprise of the following:

      • Health and Welfare Benefits such as medical, dental, life insurance etc.
      • Retirement Benefits
      • Other Benefits such as paid time off, flex work options, tuition reimbursement etc.

      Ultimately, it is our goal to provide our employees with a competitive pay and benefits program that reflects their performance and contribution to our success.

  • Inclusion and Diversity
    • At Mead Johnson Nutrition, fostering a diverse, inclusive workforce that reflects the consumers we serve and the countries where we live and work is critical to our continued success.

      We are committed to building a culture that values and respects all diverse backgrounds. We will conduct our business in an inclusive way and sustain a workplace that mirrors the markets in which we do business. Our commitment will yield results that best serve all of our stakeholders.

      Every day, we work to ensure that all employees, no matter where they are located in the world and no matter where they come from, have an opportunity to contribute, grow and succeed.

      We foster this diversity through our Employee Resource Groups (ERGs), a network of organizations in our U.S. business that encourages employees from similar backgrounds and interests to connect and develop a network for support and development. Our ERGs are open to all employees and include:

      • African American Affinity Group (AAAG)
      • Network of Women (NOW)
      • Pan Asian Network (PAN)

      We are an equal opportunity employer and we are fully committed to inclusion and diversity, welcoming every employee for their unique skills, perspectives and experiences.