Quality Engineer II (Current Employee) – PR – December 22, 2015
Identifies and controls Manufacturing process defects (scrap, nonconforming material, customer complaints) by participating in efforts/teams focused on identifying the primary root causes and implementing corrective and preventative actions
Production Worker (Current Employee) – Maple Grove, MN – December 16, 2015
the changes they are always having us do to see what will get out the best production in a timely matter. it is a good place to work but there are times that we might get the right motivation to adjust to the changes that they want us to do
Working at Boston Scientific is one of the company that I am proud that I worked with.
Assembler / Packager (Former Employee) – San Jose, CA – November 12, 2015
It is one of the best company to work. Very proud to work there for it feels good everytime I contributed my skills and experience in the company. I have learned alot with the help pf my trainers. I enjoy working with my co-workers for they are very helpful.
Materials Clerk/Shipper/Receiver (Former Employee) – Quincy, MA – November 11, 2015
The company hired 80% of people who worked there was asian.Most of them couldn't complete 1sentance of english and the bosses give them 10-15 cent raise and they are happy.While 1 do 4 different jobs in the warehouse and get the same pay.That wasn't fair at all to me.Got laid off with 1500 other people the same day world wide.
Occupational Health & Safety Specialist II (Current Employee) – Spencer, IN – November 6, 2015
The most enjoyable part of the job is the people I work for to ensure their health and safety is always protected. They are always grateful to have someone on their side and make going to work each say worth every minute!
Senior Quality Design Assurance (Corporate) (Former Employee) – Natick, MA – October 30, 2015
I worked in a corporate role and was trying to get all divisions to follow the same set of quality system requirements. This was an impossible task as the culture was too political between sites and there wasn't a management mandate to move in this direction. The corporate role was eventually and predictably eliminated. I would recommend employment here if it is clear that the role has a clear goal and is supported by management, otherwise be careful.
Senior Process Development Technician (Current Employee) – Maple Grove, MN – October 2, 2015
The ever changing field of the CRV market is exciting and very fast paced but the payoff for customers of our products and employee's that make the products we invent. Expectations run high as more assignments are owned by individuals due to the shrinking R&D budgets. The employee's however are treated well for accomplishments and BSC has a long history of employee appreciation. The team building activities and outings can always make you feel well appreciated.
Lots of team building opportunities
Many tasks owned by each individule, Reporting structure.
Builder (Former Employee) – Arden Hills, MN – September 30, 2015
I enjoyed my contract job at Boston Scientific. Boston is a fast paced work environment, while tedious as many manufacturing jobs are. Each and every day procured a new situation or new challenges. At Boston I was a leader among my peers. When we had specialized orders I took the time to walk around are line to make certain the steps were being followed appropriately. The most enjoyable part of the job is leaving every day knowing my job makes a difference in saving lives.
Manager II, Facilities (Current Employee) – Minneapolis, MN – September 24, 2015
Boston Scientific is a fun and exciting place to work. Employees are great to work with and a lot of on hand resources to pick from. Over all review is Boston Scientific looks out for their employees and does everything they can do to make sure you are happy.
Great cafeteria, Employees are great to work with, a lot of resources.