We are committed to hiring the best talent, no matter what phase of life and career. We have opportunities for women in STEM fields starting their careers or embarking on the next chapter of life after break from the workforce.
In 2016, Johnson Controls launched several initiatives aimed at increasing representation, development, inclusion, and advancement of women in STEM roles within the company and industry.
One initiative to drive change and inspire action in the building technology and solutions industry is our sponsorship of events at the Air Conditioning, Heating, and Refrigerating (AHR) Expo in Las Vegas, NV January 30 – Feb 1, 2017. This includes a “Women in ASHRAE” breakfast and four inspiring talks at the event.
You’re smart. You’re driven.
You’re ready to step back in and translate ideas into action.
At Johnson Controls, we want to help you re-enter the workforce and apply your analytical and engineering skills in ways that advance your talents, passion and ambition.
Through Next Chapter, Johnson Controls’ Society of Women Engineers iRelaunch program, we partner with women who have been out of the workforce two or more years and hold core skill sets in engineering, science and technology disciplines. See our stories. Then join us.
Women who are selected for the Next Chapter program receive an 8 - 12-week “experienced internship” placement, which is customized to each individual. In addition to serving as part of a project team, participants receive training to close any knowledge gaps, are exposed to networking opportunities and receive a dedicated coach/mentor. Full-time employment is offered upon successful completion of the internship.
At Johnson Controls, we’ve always been about finding a better way, creating more efficient processes and taking performance to the next level. This is driven by bringing together smart, inspired employees and supporting their progress. If you’re interested in sharing your experience and expertise, and being part of a high performance team, click here to visit our talent site and learn more.
How will I be supported?
You can also learn about our Women’s Resource Network, a business resource group that harnesses the power, influence and intelligence of Johnson Controls women employees to establish a community that fosters professional development and mentoring; cross-functional networking; relationship building; sharing and support; leadership outside traditional work roles; corporate awareness and advancement of women's issues.
“As an engineer, I’ve had many opportunities at Johnson Controls to expand my knowledge and my career. The evolving opportunities have been both exciting and fulfilling.” – Liz Haggerty, VP & GM, Unitary Products Division
“At Johnson Controls, we cultivate excellence through diverse teams that harness the power of diverse experiences and perspectives. We are proud to support Next Chapter and the women seeking to reignite their careers.” – Bill Jackson, President, Building Efficiency
“Historically, the HVAC industry has faced challenges in attracting and retaining women in engineering and sales positions. Given our leadership position in the industry, Johnson Controls is in a unique position to drive change in this area. Our Next Chapter program is an important step to impact this transformation.” – Linda Chapin, VP HR, Building Efficiency