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30+ days ago

Associate Director, Engineering Projects

Boehringer Ingelheim Fremont, CA

The Associate Director, Engineering Projects manages and oversees complex projects, contracts and asset groups involving the planning, design… ClickCast


20 days ago

Scientist II, Cell Culturing

Boehringer Ingelheim Fremont, CA

Member of team with occasional role as line representative on a Process Science team. Frequently executes complex experiments in team setting with… jobsradar.com


21 days ago

Senior Scientist, Analytical Science

Boehringer Ingelheim Fremont, CA

Leads process analytical science and innovation within the Process Analytics group with focus on high throughput methods and Process Analytical… jobsradar.com


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    Former Employee - Scientist I in Fremont, CA
    Former Employee - Scientist I in Fremont, CA
    Doesn't Recommend
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    Pros

    Ability to work cross functionally ( CC, Purification, Analytical, Manufacturing, Logistics, etc) Ability to make game changing products.

    Cons

    -Company has lost a lot of good talent. Poor financial planning/ estimates prevents raises, bonuses, and conferences which leads to top talent find better paying jobs else where and ultimately poor research and development of products. -Upper management does not know how to manage work load. There are times where work load is very very low. -Old mindset discourages innovation -Temps will learn the necessary skills and jump ship to other companies. -HR is a joke. They have a power issue within the company. Salary is determined with the same poor financial planning as the management of the company. Paying an exceptional scientist less than an incompetent scientist is a sad reality at this company.

    Advice to Management

    -Have better financial planning and project management. If you under estimate cost of construction, projects, and development your going to create a uncertain environment within your company. -Once a temp shows competency, give him a full time position without forcing them all to compete for one job. -Promote from within. If you keep hiring externally all your good employees will leave. - Allow for employees to travel to conferences. It brings new ideas and creates partnerships within the industry. It will also keep employees engaged and motivated. -Find out what drives/motivates each employee. Highlight employees achievement, Give employees the ability to prove themselves with key projects, reward employees with monetary benefits.


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