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Training and Development

Believing that people are Phillips-Medisize’s most valuable resource, training and development is encouraged, supported, and required at every level. To support this belief, Phillips-Medisize has a learning center in each facility where e-learning takes place and a stand-alone training facility where external trainers are brought in for specific educational needs. Relationships with local technical colleges, universities, and specialty vendors keep education close and easily accessible when gaps arise. Training in areas such as mold tech development, our Rotational Program, and internships - in a variety of disciplines - offer Phillips-Medisize's people numerous opportunities to expand their careers internally. To promote development, Phillips-Medisize also offers internal training with an in-house training team that trains employees on expected technical and soft skills. We also support external trainings, workshops, certificates, and seminars. Engineers are expected to keep current and ahead of industry trends with a structured development matrix. We use internal subject matter experts as well as industry experts to cross train and promote innovation. With Phillips-Medisize's educational assistance program, our people can receive financial reimbursement for university or technical classes to advance their career. This commitment and belief in our people ensures we have the best-trained workforce in the industry for our customers.

Rotational Program

Phillips-Medisize offers an engineering rotational program to new college graduates at the Bachelor's level with a degree in a related technical discipline. Over 70% of our contract manufacturing business is related to medical device/pharma/drug delivery markets, and our new graduates will experience exposure to engineering jobs in those markets.

  • The engineer will work in a technical area related to the earned degree (process, quality, electronics, automation, manufacturing, mechanical design or project engineering) at up to three Phillips-Medisize locations/facilities in Wisconsin over 18 months.
  • Candidates may be assigned to any of the Phillips-Medisize locations in Wisconsin or other locations for rotations and requires 100% mobility to move based on business need. Primary locations are in Wisconsin; we also have facilities in the Boston area, Phoenix and Southern California where opportunities may be available to engineers in a second or third rotation. International assignments may be available for 2nd and 3rd rotations!
  • The purpose of the program is to develop knowledge of the company’s product lines, technologies, capabilities and the business, as well as, develop skills in the technical areas, project management, and customer service.
  • At the end of the rotations, placement in one of the facilities will be based on the business need; the engineer’s interest, and available positions.
  • These are full-time, regular positions offering a competitive salary and benefits, along with relocation assistance for each move.
  • While in the program, the engineer can expect to participate in up to three weeks of training per-year, tour company facilities in Wisconsin, meet with company executives and management, as well as interaction with other engineers in the program.

This program has been in place at Phillips-Medisize for over 30 years, and provides a unique opportunity for new graduates to experience different facilities, technologies and learn about Phillips-Medisize, as well as establish good working relationships across facilities. Many participants have gone on to advanced individual contributor roles, program management, engineering, plant and operations management positions within the company.

Due to ITAR regulations, candidates must be eligible to work with in the U.S., now and in the future, without requiring visa sponsorship.


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