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Environmental Health & Safety Intern
Environmental Health & Safety Intern Pendleton, SC, US, 29670 Sep 17, 2022
Pendleton, SC, US, 29670 Sep 17, 2022
Supply Chain Co-op - South Carolina
Supply Chain Co-op - South Carolina Pendleton, SC, US, 29670 Sep 27, 2022
Pendleton, SC, US, 29670 Sep 27, 2022
Project Management Engineering Co-op
Project Management Engineering Co-op Naples, FL, US, 34108 Sep 9, 2022
Naples, FL, US, 34108 Sep 9, 2022
International Product Marketing Intern
International Product Marketing Intern Naples, FL, US, 34108 Sep 8, 2022
Naples, FL, US, 34108 Sep 8, 2022
Product Management Intern - Spine
Product Management Intern - Spine Naples, FL, US, 34108 Sep 14, 2022
Naples, FL, US, 34108 Sep 14, 2022
Test Engineering Co-op
Test Engineering Co-op Naples, FL, US, 34108 Sep 20, 2022
Naples, FL, US, 34108 Sep 20, 2022
Biomechanical Research Intern
Biomechanical Research Intern Naples, FL, US, 34108 Sep 21, 2022
Naples, FL, US, 34108 Sep 21, 2022
Summer Associate - Product Management/Marketing
Summer Associate - Product Management/Marketing Naples, FL, US, 34108 Sep 12, 2022
Naples, FL, US, 34108 Sep 12, 2022
Resection Engineering Co-op
Resection Engineering Co-op Naples, FL, US, 34108 Oct 5, 2022
Naples, FL, US, 34108 Oct 5, 2022
Engineering Co-op - Radio Frequency Ablation
Engineering Co-op - Radio Frequency Ablation Naples, FL, US, 34108 Oct 5, 2022
Naples, FL, US, 34108 Oct 5, 2022
Plastics Engineering Co-op - Injection Molding
Plastics Engineering Co-op - Injection Molding Ave Maria, FL, US, 34142 Oct 5, 2022
Ave Maria, FL, US, 34142 Oct 5, 2022
Manufacturing Engineering Co-op
Manufacturing Engineering Co-op Ave Maria, FL, US, 34142 Oct 5, 2022
Ave Maria, FL, US, 34142 Oct 5, 2022

Arthrex provides a vast array of career opportunities with varying educational requirements for students preparing to enter the workforce. We have departments that are unique to Arthrex and the orthopedic industry as well as departments that are commonly found at other companies, such as Human Resources, Marketing, Corporate Communications, Accounting and Finance, Customer Service and IT.  
 
As part of our mission of  Making People Better, Arthrex proudly supports programs with various organizations, such as the Education Foundation of Collier County and Junior Achievement of Southwest Florida, to provide our future workforce with positive experiences to learn and grow. We also work closely with local high schools, technical education centers, colleges and universities to design educational programs that allow students to develop the necessary skills for specific careers at Arthrex.

Arthrex provides a vast array of career opportunities with varying educational requirements for students preparing to enter the workforce. We have departments that are unique to Arthrex and the orthopedic industry as well as departments that are commonly found at other companies, such as Human Resources, Marketing, Corporate Communications, Accounting and Finance, Customer Service and IT.  
 
As part of our mission of  Making People Better, Arthrex proudly supports programs with various organizations, such as the Education Foundation of Collier County and Junior Achievement of Southwest Florida, to provide our future workforce with positive experiences to learn and grow. We also work closely with local high schools, technical education centers, colleges and universities to design educational programs that allow students to develop the necessary skills for specific careers at Arthrex.

Internships 

Arthrex provides a limited number of internship, co-op and job shadow opportunities in a variety of departments throughout the year. Students interested in acquiring valuable practical experience while enhancing their professional development are encouraged to regularly check our open positions for more information on available opportunities. At Arthrex, regardless of your role, you will be contributing in some way to health care product innovation and making people’s lives better.

Technical Programs

With growing companies like Arthrex, skilled machine operators and machinists are in high demand, and job openings for these positions are increasing significantly every year. In response to this demand, Arthrex has partnered with the Lorenzo Walker Technical College (LWTC), Immokalee Technical College (ITC) and the Fort Myers Technical College (FMTC) in Southwest Florida and Tri-County Technical College in South Carolina to develop programs that provides students with the basic skills for a competitive edge when interviewing for machining work. The 84-hour course requires a high school diploma or equivalent.

Arthrex Manufacturing Apprenticeship Program : Florida 

Arthrex also offers a four-year apprenticeship program to train computer numerical control (CNC) machine operators, the technical machinists who run the state-of-the-art computer-controlled machines that medical implants and devices. The program is registered through the State of Florida’s Department of Education and is one of only three in the state. Arthrex Manufacturing Apprenticeship Program: Florida is the only INJ (Individual NonJoint) program in the state, which means that Arthrex is the sole sponsor of this apprenticeship. Apprentices receive 8,000 hours of daily on-the-job learning as well as up to 240 hours per year of classroom instruction. Upon successful completion of the four-year program, apprentices are awarded a certificate from the State of Florida, which is equivalent to a journeyman’s card and is recognized throughout the United States. A limited number of spaces open every year for both internal and external candidates.

Arthrex Manufacturing Apprenticeship Program : South Carolina 

Arthrex Manufacturing Inc. South Carolina (AMISC) offers several apprenticeships, including youth programs for interested high school and technical college students through partnerships with local institutions. 

Through the programs – one administered by the Pickens County Career & Technology Center and one through Tri-County Technical College and in partnership with Apprenticeship Carolina – students have the opportunity to work part-time at AMISC while earning college credits. In the coming years, these programs are anticipated to expand to include Anderson Institute of Technology (AIT) and Anderson Career and Technology Center (ACTC). Both two-year apprenticeship programs enable interested students to train as CNC machine operators. These technical machinists the run state-of-the-art computer-controlled machines that make medical implants and devices. Currently, the programs have one apprentice each but are expected to expand enrollment as AMISC grows.

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