Various Positions (Former Employee) – Travel throughout U.S and EU – September 24, 2018
Culture was articulated to work life balance environment but never executed. Surveys supported this. Career advancement conversations largely ignored or avoided by Senior Leadership. A constant fear of removing top performers from current roles due to potential short term business loss
Builder Product I (Former Employee) – Valencia, CA – September 17, 2018
Se trabajaba de manera muy ordenada, cuidadosa y prolija para llegar al número de unidades diarias requeridas por línea según especificaciones de la gerencia y teniendo en cuenta que la línea siguiente dependía del trabajo diario de la anterior y así con todo el proceso de producción de cada device. Daban la posibilidad de aprender diferentes operaciones dentro de la misma línea o poder cambiar a otra línea y adquirir otros conocimientos. Limpieza absoluta. Buen ambiente de trabajo y se disponía en los hall de agua, cafe y te si uno quería fuera de los tiempos de break y lunch.
Everyday is a new opportunity to learn something new and meet new people
Marketing Principal (Former Employee) – San Juan, PR – September 12, 2018
Sometimes you had your day planned but priorities change and you have to adapt to changes. Sales training, promotional messages. strategic planning. The most enjoyable part of my job was being able to interact all departments.
Sr. Buyer Planner (Former Employee) – San Jose, CA – September 10, 2018
Management was fair, long hours at times for some individuals. Moral was low due to jobs being relocated. Many individuals had been with the company 20-30 years so new ideas or procedures were not accepted to well.
Process Development Engineer (Former Employee) – Maple Grove, MN – September 3, 2018
So many products contribute to better of patients and people as whole. Working there allows feeling of contributing to people and better good. Things always changing and product development fast paced.
Productive and collaborative environment with great networking and career advancement opportunities.
Corporate Research Intern (Former Employee) – Marlborough, MA – September 1, 2018
An amazing amount of respect given to interns. As long as you had a plan and course of action to present to someone, they'd get back to you extremely quickly and provide you with as much help as they could. Great work environment.
Technical Writer (Contract) (Current Employee) – Valencia, CA – August 31, 2018
Very collaborative environment. Flexible work schedule, as long as you get your work done. Mostly friendly culture. Big on Diversity and Inclusion. Offer employee resource groups for different demographics.
Operador de máquina (Former Employee) – Dorado, PR – August 26, 2018
Excelente lugar para trabajar. Hay mucha oportunidad de crecer y obtener mejores plazas y la compañía es buenísima con sus empleados. Los recursos humanos siempre están a tu disposición. Aprendes una ética de trabajo responsable y el ambiente te motiva a trabajar.
Engineering/Process Designer (Current Employee) – Arden Hills, MN – August 24, 2018
This is a new shop that tries hard but falls short. Great with data and quality engineers but have no clue on how to build teams and moral within a group. Potential is off the charts. The business model is flat out wrong.
I was a Marketing/Sales Intern at Boston Scientific, and it was by far the best summer of my entire life. I gained skills that have furthered my career, not only in the Medical Device industry, but in general as well. I would not be where I'm at today without the great experience Boston Scientific gave me. The people and culture there are amazing! I had 5 different mentors who gave me different points of view on my career and the business. It was an amazing learning experience! I highly recommend any undergrad to check out the Boston Scientific Internship Program, because it was life-changing.
Strong balance between structured corporate culture goals and ultimately meaningful work
Engineer (Current Employee) – MN – August 15, 2018
It's a great company to work for. Tasks vary greatly from day to day depending on issues at hand. As an engineer in operations, those tasks offer lots of learning opportunities to build versatility in skills. Management is strong and makes good decisions, but probably like many other companies is influenced by metrics a bit too much. The hardest part of the job is that teamwork is key to success, meaning you need to rely on others and performance isn't totally in your control. The most enjoyable part is the opportunity to tackle challenges of varying degree and types everyday.
Resources of a big company, managers typically have technical knowledge and merit