The #Orlando City Council approved the plan by Johnson & Johnson Consumer Inc. — a division of New Brunswick, N.J.-based Johnson & Johnson (NYSE: JNJ) — to create 25 positions by Dec. 31, 2020, five less than what was projected three months ago. Though it’s fewer positions, the workers will earn higher wages at an average $100,000 in annual pay, city documents showed.
The jobs are expected to be generated from the firm completing an $18 million expansion of its southeast Orlando development and training center, as previously reported by Orlando #Business Journal. The expansion would bring the regional headquarters for the institute’s North America Leadership Development and Training Center to the booming Lake Nona community, city documents showed.
The existing 17,000-square-foot Johnson & Johnson Human Performance Institute does research and provides services for Fortune 500 companies and North American corporations related to mental, physical and spiritual health and well being. The programs and courses offered at the institute help to increase workplace morale and employee productivity, OBJ previously reported.
Meanwhile, along with the higher-wages, the average value of Johnson & Johnson workplace benefits for local employees is $25,000, which includes health insurance, pension and 401(k) contributions and employer tax, city documents showed.
Johnson & Johnson representatives were not immediately available to discuss more details.
However, the company website’s career page shows an open position for a Director of Client Experience for Premier Executive Leadership, an exclusive executive development and wellbeing program designed to prepare top global leaders. The director must have worked with C-suite executives and 20-plus years of experience working in a corporate environment, according to the job listing.