Johnson Controls

We're shaping the future. Together, let's make a world that's safe, comfortable and sustainable. Tomorrow needs you.

Manufacturing
company size
117000
strong
headquarters
Milwaukee, WI
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jobs
our main focus
Manufacturing

At Johnson Controls, we're shaping the future to create a world that's safe, comfortable and sustainable. Our global team creates innovative, integrated solutions to make cities more connected, buildings more intelligent and vehicles more efficient. We are passionate about improving the way the world lives, works and plays.

Bring your passion for innovation and we'll challenge you to help us create a better tomorrow. Our commitment to sustain and our legacy of innovation spans more than a century, dating back to our roots in 1885 and our invention of the first electric room thermostat. We'll provide meaningful opportunities to learn from the best and brightest in the industry. As part of a global organization, the work you'll do can impact lives around the world and create real potential to steer your own career path.

We are committed to helping our customer win and creating greater value for our stakeholders through strategic focus on our buildings and energy growth platforms. The future requires bold ideas, an entrepreneurial mind-set and collaboration across boundaries. You need a career focused on tomorrow. Tomorrow needs you.

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Meet our veterans

Brian

Systems Technician I
U.S. Marine Corps - Sergeant, Refrigeration/Air Conditioning Technician, Martial Arts Instructor
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Ann-Marie

High Performance Team Coordinator for Power Solutions
U.S. Navy - Senior Chief Petty Officer, Aerographer's Mate
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Ann-Marie
High Performance Team Coordinator for Power Solutions
U.S. Navy - Senior Chief Petty Officer, Aerographer's Mate
About
Ann-Marie

After 23 years in the United States Navy, I transitioned from Senior Chief Petty Officer to a High Performance Team Coordinator in Johnson Controls'"Tampa, Fl. battery plant. Through the power of personal connections, I was recruited by a fellow veteran who worked in my role prior to my. After understanding how well the skills transferred over and the process of transitioning out, I felt like my skill set fit right in.

I love going out onto the plant floor and speaking with the operators. They are so enthusiastic and help me to become more empowered and engaged.

Ann-Marie
's Advice

My advice on transitioning: A lot of people choose not to get out of the military because of job security. If you work hard and stay focused, you will stay afloat. Johnson Controls is willing to hire a veteran and train you to make sure that you stay.

Aric

Mechanical Equipment Service Tradesman for Building Efficiency
U.S. Air Force - Heating Ventilation Air Conditioning/Refrigeration (HVAC/R) Specialist
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Aric
Mechanical Equipment Service Tradesman for Building Efficiency
U.S. Air Force - Heating Ventilation Air Conditioning/Refrigeration (HVAC/R) Specialist
About
Aric

After six years in the Air Force, I joined Johnson Controls as a tradesman. With a four-year-old son and a daughter on the way, I chose to transition to civilian life. In my current role, I am still able to serve for the Air National Guard.

I came to Johnson Controls because of my interaction with another employee. Now, I am able to leverage my HVAC experience acquired in the military to service equipment for the Building Efficiency business. I get to work on different equipment that I never worked on before. I value the knowledge that I've been able to get so far, and I appreciate getting better at my job.

Aric
's Advice

My advice on transitioning: A lot of people choose not to get out of the military because of job security. If you work hard and stay focused, you will stay afloat. Johnson Controls is willing to hire a veteran and train you to make sure that you stay.

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