Philips hosts Innovation Station at Merrimack

Merrimack College hosted the Philips campus recruiting team on April 15th in the lobby of Mendel to generate awareness and interest in what they do through their Innovation Station.

Merrimack College hosted the Philips campus recruiting team on April 15th  in the lobby of Mendel to generate awareness and interest in what they do through their Innovation Station.  Members from Philips recruiting team were on hand to answer questions and to share with students information about the company, it’s innovations and student opportunities.

As a diversified health and well-being company, Philips is focused on improving people’s lives through meaningful innovations across three interconnected sectors: Healthcare, Lighting and Consumer Lifestyle. Philips opened its first U.S. office in 1933, and today, the United States is the company’s largest single market in the world, with more than 22,000 employees and operations at 50 major facilities in 22 states. ConnectEDU has ranked Philips as one of the Best Places to start a career, and they are currently ranked #6 on the Fortune 500 company list.

Philips is currently recruiting Merrimack students for Software Developer (Job# 3647) and Software Engineer (Job# 3646) positions. More information on both opportunities can be found on Advantage, students can log in by visiting Visit Advantage often to keep up-to-date on current opportunities with Philips available to students in all majors.

Students looking for assistance with their application materials can visit the O’Brien Center for Student Success during Career Lab or book an appointment with their Career Advisor.

Career Lab is hosted in the O’Brien Center, 2nd Floor of the Sakowich Campus Center on Monday’s from 12pm-7pm, Tuesday-Thursday 12pm-4pm and Friday 10am-12pm. All questions can be directed to the O’Brien Center for Student Success at 978-837-5480 or


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