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10 days ago

Case Specialist

Medtronic Seattle, WA

Together Medtronic and Covidien are working to improve how healthcare addresses the needs of more people, in more ways and in more places around the… Medtronic


17 days ago

Therapy Support Specialist

Medtronic Seattle, WA

Together Medtronic and Covidien are working to improve how healthcare addresses the needs of more people, in more ways and in more… Medtronic


30+ days ago

Diabetes Territory Manager Seattle WA

Medtronic Seattle, WA

Together Medtronic and Covidien are working to improve how healthcare addresses the needs of more people, in more ways and in more places… Medtronic


30+ days ago

Clinical Specialist CRHF

Medtronic Seattle, WA

Together Medtronic and Covidien are working to improve how healthcare addresses the needs of more people, in more ways and in more… Medtronic


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    Decent company with some persistent issues -- young superstars look elsewhere

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    Former Employee - Senior Electrical Engineer in Redmond, WA
    Former Employee - Senior Electrical Engineer in Redmond, WA

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    Pros

    Stability of work environment, stability of the industry. A good company if you want to stay until retirement. Good benefits. Satisfaction (or at least, lack of guilt) that comes from producing products that improve, or save, people's lives.

    Cons

    A stifling regulatory environment that hugely increases administrative overhead. Doing engineering work here is like wading through waist high mud. Not a place for technical superstars; predictability and conformance are rewarded while outstanding technical efforts are too often left unrecognized. This is not a place where an engineer is going to make a splash right out of college; many years of experience are needed to sufficiently understand the products, usage, and regulatory environment.

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    Too many "number one priorities." There can be only one. In your business, quality must be the only number one priority, all the time.

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