Field Support Representative (Current Employee) – New York, NY – July 14, 2017
remarkable experience and opportunity to add value to this extraordinary company that has very high standards in people and their products. Management is exceptional and inviting. Great learning experience.
Anode Operator (Former Employee) – Cornelia, GA – July 7, 2015
Started machines and got them running properly. Learned how to work with acids and silicone. Management was pretty strict, not alot of time off of work. Got along with co-workers most of the time. Hardest part of the job was learning all of the technical parts related to how to fine tune the machinery. Most enjoyable part was the pay.
Typical days consist of getting new projects and following appropriate test methods to evaluate product packaging. I learned effective and efficient writing due to the demand of test results for packaging integrity. The most enjoyable part of the job is the hands on nature of testing materials.
Energy Specialist (Current Employee) – Richmond, VA – April 23, 2015
Training content was terrific and challenging expanding my knowledge. The daily life is up at 5, at the OR and trying to sell in surgery all day, then take staff and physicians out in the evenings. Very long hours with poor work-life balance Sales compensation changed and does not adequately compensate for the hours required Pod format with a large team and absent management is a poor business model
relay winder (Former Employee) – San Angelo Texas – February 28, 2015
I learned to check product and place it on a conveyor belt and checked the product that was ran 100%. the product and information had to be properly documented and accounted for before end to the next department to be packaged and sent to hospitals.
Assicoate Sales Representative (Former Employee) – CA – January 5, 2015
-Typical day included selling to surgeons, being in the operating room and servicing accounts. -I learned selling skills, the fundamentals of the medical industry and how to sell within a hospital setting.
At Ethicon, I worked on many projects involving PLC Programming, HMI Programming, and vision system programming in a controlled manufacturing environment. The work place was very well structured and allowed me to learn very useful tools and methodologies used by the engineers around me. I learned a lot about documentation and embedding quality work into each of my projects.
Ethicon was a great place to work unfortunately there were a lot of lay offs
Event coordinator/caterer (Former Employee) – Blue Ash, Ohio – June 13, 2014
I had always been interested in a job in catering. I was actually recommended for this job by a friend. I learned a lot of new things and met a lot of great people. Unfortunately the company was doing a large company lay off and they didn't give any indication of how the lay offs would be done so a lot of us found new jobs before the lay offs went into affect.