Courier (Former Employee) – Gilroy, CA – January 4, 2016
Deliver radiopharmaceuticals to clinics and hospitals on a variable schedule Monday through Friday. On time performance an absolute must in view of Doctor/patient schedules and short usable life span of radiopharmaceuticals. Most difficult part of job was negotiating traffic to make on time deliveries. Most enjoyable part of job was meeting schedules and knowing that you had helped medical staff and patients learn critical information.
QC production chemist (Former Employee) – Colonie, NY – May 23, 2015
There were unstable coworkers that were allowed to be little degrade and boss around others even though they had less experience, less education and poor people skills. I am grateful for the opportunity to leave the company for another job within 4 months of working there.
Was a good company to work for , but did not want to listen to drivers ploblems or keep up with buget changes .
Nuclear Medical Delivery Driver (Former Employee) – Romeoville, IL – June 25, 2013
IBA Molecular was a good company when I started . I lived to drive and travel ,and IBA sent me much farther than I had ever been able to go before . From the medical supply point , it was a innovative company to work for and with . I was able to apply my years of driving skills and add to them to learning routes to as far away as Upper Michigan or Kentucky in one days work . While there were days of driving in harsh Chicago winters , Being able to see the county the rest of the year made up for it .
i was able to work independantly, was paid to see parts of the country that i would not have seen otherwise .
Reasonable work rules, so so pay, better than most
Radiopharmacutical courier (Former Employee) – Oakwood Village, Ohio – June 6, 2013
Changing corporate philosophy has changed the emphasis on direction being given to couriers. If you can show up on time, do your due diligence on corporate and federal regulations, getting the product safely to designated locations, it's not a bad position.
they do what they say they will, time to yourself.
looking to reduce costs constantly, even at the lower pay positions