Fixture and tool design for medical assembly lines. troubleshoot and made improvements to existing equipment. Design Robotic assembly work-cells. worked with electrical engineers. Quality Engineers to meet all of company's SOP's.
Manufacturing Engineer II (Current Employee) – Fremont, CA – June 5, 2015
I joined as an intern and later on I was hired. I was lucky to meet a lot of helpful and knowledgable people. The management is different in each department. Most likely is good. It is the best place to grow and learn fast.
Operador Manufactura Dispositivos Médicos (Former Employee) – Boston, MA – June 3, 2015
responsabilidad, limpieza, organizacion, presicion en la manufactura e inpeccion al 100 porciento y compañerismo , comprometida con la salud y orientacion de todos los procesos que en esta aplican y sus empleados certificados con calidad en sus manejos de productos.
pro empleados muy conciente de las necesidades de los empleados
Decent place to work but uncertain long term future in my field
Sr. Skills Training Manager -Medical Education (Current Employee) – st.paul, mn – May 3, 2015
Progressive company with a strategic plan to diversify its portfolio.However, lacking International business strategy and diversity in their workforce. Great coworkers, very supportive and overall, a good environment. Management not very supporting of individual development & career progression.
A workplace riddled with recessionary fear mongering, abhorent mangerial tactics and a clique heirarchy.
Front End Assembly Operator (Former Employee) – Boston, MA – April 23, 2015
An awful place to work. Money was meek and the workload of general individuals depends on whether you are connected to lead ops and managers. Social exclusion and a disregard for regulatory obligation via the policy of cutting corners throughtout their front end assembly operations in the name of efficiency and a further blacklisting of employees who attempted to question this policy was prevailent throughtout Boston during my time there.
Builder I (Current Employee) – Boston, MA – April 16, 2015
Improving the quality of life for patients from all walks of life. Giving them another chance of being normal after having a coronary. I've learned that everything we do as a group ex. cleaning and inspection of each part paves the way to saving lives in needed.
Supplier Quality Engineer (Former Employee) – Mountain View, CA – April 12, 2015
The company produces various types of catheters. Even though the catheters may look simple, they are complex medical devices. It is a manufacturing environment and requires focus to produce good quality product. It is challenging to balance work and your personal life.
Manufacturing Support Supervisor (Former Employee) – San Jose, CA – April 11, 2015
Typical day at work is busy.. Being a start up when i joined Boston Scientific (EP Technology) then, I have worn different hats, learned so much and grew with the company. From being an Admin./Facilities Coordinator, I have been promoted to Training Coordinator and Manufacturing Support Supervisor.