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18 days ago

Project Engineer

Stryker Suzhou

/Information:* * The primary objective of this position is to lead the product transfer projects to achieve excellent quality, delivery and cost goals…

10 days ago

Project Engineer, Remediation

Stryker Mahwah, NJ

/Information:* The Project Engineer will perform implant and instrument design work. He/she will actively…

30+ days ago

Systems Engineer

Stryker Fort Lauderdale, FL

/Information:* We are currently seeking a Staff Engineer, Application System to join our newly acquired Mako division. Mako is an industry leader in…

30+ days ago

Project Manager - Houston

Stryker Flower Mound, TX

/Information:* The Project Manager will be the face of Stryker Installation projects for our Communications business. This exciting Integrated…

25 days ago

Project Manager, Master Data, Empower Program

Stryker Kalamazoo, MI

/Information:* Under the general direction of a program manager is responsible for the leadership and directing of moderate complexity projects…

30+ days ago

Staff R&D Engineer/R&D Project Manager

Stryker Sunnyvale, CA

Stryker Sports Medicines Pivot business is focused on the development of innovative platforms in hip arthroscopy, among the…

16 days ago

Implementation Project Manager

Stryker Kalamazoo, MI

/Information:* Plans and coordinates all field operation activities that touch customers implementing or upgrading the SurgiCount Safety-Sponge…

30+ days ago

RAQA Project Manager

Stryker Flower Mound, TX

Executes various quality system (remediation/development) and/or regulatory affairs (pre- and post- market) projects from planning through launch and maintenance…

9 days ago

Project Manager

Stryker Carrigtwohill

/Information:* The individual will be responsible for the Project Management of new Endoscopy product introduction programs at the Stryker Cork…

24 days ago

Systems Staff Engineer-Orthopaedic Applications

Stryker Fort Lauderdale, FL

The Application System Staff Engineer will lead the integration of system components (software, robotic arm, implants, and surgical instruments) to… Glassdoor

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    Competitive workplace, with a focus on employee engagement and development

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    I have been working at Stryker full-time


    Great place to work with like minded people, who share the same general work styles, thanks to the interview process.The focus on engagement and development is unlike most other companies. Your Manager actually wants to talk about what you do next, and will help you to connect to mentors and work on projects that will get you there. Outside of the highly motivated, competitive employees and day-to-day work style, Stryker takes the time to have fun. Basketball tournaments, volunteer events, massages at work, on-site fitness teams and consultants, Stryker cares about you.


    People at Stryker believe in doing whatever it takes to follow through on promises, this means that there are times when long work days/weeks will come up. People who are willing to work for more than just money, but what the company believes in and a great motivation are a must. Stryker is also very decentralized, which can make cause for some inconsistency between divisions, luckily Corporate does a pretty good job of making sure this isn't destructive to the overall Stryker Culture.

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    Continue to work on Remote Working / Work from Home options across the board. This is something that would further encourage people to engage in the long work days, in order to get the work done.

    Overall getting work done is more important than being at your desk from 8:00 - 5:00. Sometimes people get too worried in how things look, as opposed to what they really are.

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