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4 days ago

Manufacturing Engineer II - Cataract Products

Novartis Pharmaceuticals Irvine, CA

* BS Engineering (IE, BE, ME, EE, etc.) with 5 years experience in manufacturing support (or MS with 2 years experience); mechanical manufacturing…

6 days ago

Model Shop Manager

Novartis Pharmaceuticals Irvine, CA

Bachelor's degree in industrial or mechanical engineering, or related discipline. Fluency in English essential 5 years experience managing precision…

2 days ago

Manufacturing Engineer I - Handpiece/Consumables – new

Novartis Pharmaceuticals Irvine, CA

• Provide daily manufacturing support for the consumable/handpiece assembly processes. • Perform product failure analysis and develop necessary… Glassdoor

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    Former Employee - Associate Scientist
    Former Employee - Associate Scientist

    I worked at Novartis Pharmaceuticals as a contractor for more than a year


    At Novartis Pharmaceutical Corporation the working environment is a good career choice. There is a good chance of advancing if you are a good worker.


    Too much bureaucracy. There is too much paperwork, assessments, peer reviews and management reviews that effect the productivity of your work.

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    There is a lot of corporate rivalry that must be overcome to get a more cooperation among the workers. Most importantly, do not send U.S. jobs overseas to India & China.

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