What are some entry-level jobs?
Johnson & Johnson’s job website is the first step in finding an entry-level job with the company. When you start your search, you will notice that most of their jobs require advanced degrees, but you can find many that require only a high school diploma or GED.
Some examples of entry-level jobs include:
- Packaging line
- Packaging operator
- Machine operator
Though there are not many traditional entry-level positions available, there are some that require some special skills you may have, such as:
- HVAC technicians
- Maintenance technicians
Looking to get a job at Johnson & Johnson with a felony (like the ones above)? Check out the next section for tips!
How to get hired at Johnson and Johnson with a felony
The first step will be applying through their online job portal. They ask you if you want to upload a resume. You may be tempted to say no, but not so fast!
Even if you don’t have a resume now, you can easily make one with this guide we’ve created to help you stand out.
Former felons have plenty of experience, whether you know it or not. Any job experience you had before your time in prison should certainly be included on your resume. We also know you don’t want to have any gaps, so think about the skills you learned in prison that will help in the real world.
Did you hold any jobs while you were locked up? If so, what skills did you learn?
- Time management?
- Supervisory skills?
We know that one of the first things anyone learns in prison is how to negotiate. Well, those are some good skills to have when you are in sales!
When you submit your application to J&J, you will be able to track your application’s status through an online app. If a recruiter sees you are a good match for an available job, they contact you and set up a phone interview. If the phone interview is successful, you may be asked to do an in-person interview.
As soon as you submit your application, you need to prepare for a phone interview. Make a list of questions they may ask, like:
- What kind of experience do you have that qualifies you for this job?
- What do you like about this company?
- Do you work well in a team setting?
If you are invited to an in-person interview, make sure you get a nice set of clothes and look your best when you show up. First impressions are just as important as people say they are. Look at yourself in the mirror before you go.
Would you hire you?