Pros: benefits: healthcare, tuition assistance program, wellness program
Cons: hard to migrate into more interesting and challenging role without a collage degree.
Depending on your role, function, and value stream it is an interesting place with a lot to learn from day to day.
I have learned a significant amount how to build the company's products. In the multifaceted role I currently hold with the company, I have had the opportunity to learn about several things ranging from business practices, concepts, and system applications used to operate production business – more... needs.
I have had an awesome experience with all levels of management at the site, the talent acquisition team really seems to excel in their respective roles.
I have enjoyed working with my co-workers and being a part of the team I am currently working with, it has been a great experience.
The only "hard part of the job" I have encountered is trying to meet deadlines on projects which have multiple teams, visions, and opportunities for improvement in all phases but staying committed to the "committed" course.
The most enjoyable things to me have been working with the people I work with making a positive impact on their lives, and the lives of the people who rely on the products. Of all the things you will learn at Boston Scientific, you will learn that your actions, regardless of your role with the company, will make an impact on someones's life somewhere in the world. – less