The Olympus Fellows Program is a full-time, benefits-eligible leadership development program designed for new college graduates who have strong desires to pursue careers with a company whose products and services can help save lives and capture life's most precious moments.
This program is designed to be educational and challenging while allowing Olympus Fellows to apply analytical and creative skills to make valuable contributions to the business.
- Based on prior studies and work experience, Olympus has Fellows opportunities in our Medical Systems, Imaging, Scientific Equipment or Corporate Groups. During the program, there will be training sessions and workshops designed to provide a broader knowledge of the company and its products.
- For the first 24 months, Olympus Fellows will have defined career development plans, and will be involved in a variety of projects that provide high visibility and hands-on experience in our business. Olympus Fellows are expected to thrive on challenge, take responsibility, respond quickly to change and communicate effectively.
- In this program, the work is project-oriented with both individual and team assignments. Individuals are able to distinguish themselves early by their contributions and assume further responsibilities commensurate with their abilities.
- At the successful conclusion of the two-year program the Fellow will be able to apply for any open position as determined by position availability, and as directed by executive management and the Fellow's interest and career aspirations.
Our focus is on enhancing people's lives every day. We are a company focused on helping people enjoy the continuum of life.
We are looking for candidates interested in working for a leading company in the healthcare, and consumer electronics industries and who are completing a Bachelor of Science, Bachelor of Arts, or Master's level degree. If you are graduating during the current academic year, you are eligible for consideration.
- Minimum 3.0 GPA (cumulative or degree major)
- Candidates must graduate during the current academic year (December 2011 - June 2012)
- Bachelor of Arts or Science degree required. Program limited to undergraduate and graduate degrees only.
- Demonstrated leadership skills
- Proven academic excellence, and a passion for continued learning
- Candidates should be comfortable with quantitative and qualitative analysis and take a creative, pragmatic approach to problem solving while maintaining quality
- The ability to communicate complex ideas clearly, to work collaboratively and influence others are also important characteristics
- Candidates must have strong computer skills