Getting hired is more than hitting the “Apply” button. We break down our process into three parts: Get to Know Us, Interview with Us, and Join Our Team. Understand these steps and you’ll be part of our family before you know it.
Research us on social media
Find your perfect career
Submit your application
Talk with a recruiter
Talk with a hiring manager
Talk with multiple members of the hiring team
Our Hiring Process
We get it. The application process can be tough. But with some effort and patience, not only can you land your dream job but also find a place that feels like a home and where your co-workers are like family. When you apply at Garmin, we assess your knowledge and skills, but we also consider how well you'd fit in here and your potential for growth.
FINDING THE RIGHT OPPORTUNITY
We hire for experienced and entry-level positions in a wide range of fields, including engineering, product support, electronics technology and more. We even have programs for new grads, college interns and high school students. Most of our positions are full-time, but we offer seasonal part-time opportunities near the holidays and during the summer. We list all our job opportunities on our careers site.
We're based in Olathe, Kansas, but have many other office locations in the U.S. and around the world. We offer relocation assistance and sponsor international candidates, depending on the position and skills.
Once you've found a position that fits your knowledge and skills, you can fill out an application and create a profile to track it. If you know someone who already works here, don't forget to put down the name in the application field that asks who referred you. One of our recruiters will review your application and will email or call you within one to three weeks. Haven't found the right position yet? Join our talent community, and we'll send you job recommendations and share news and events with you.
INTERVIEWING WITH US
Whether on the phone or in person, one of our recruiters will ask a series of behavioral questions designed to give us an understanding of your experience and skill set. The hiring manager will also ask questions intended to give you the opportunity to illustrate your background and experience. In a technical interview, you'll be challenged with a coding exercise. At the end of the interview, your recruiter or coordinator will provide you with a timeline for when you can expect to hear back from us.