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30+ days ago

Quality Engineer R&D

Novartis Pharmaceuticals Duluth, GA

Provides quality engineering support and consultation for design and development of contact lenses Perform quality and regulatory design control and… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Lead Production Technician

Novartis Pharmaceuticals Duluth, GA +2 locations

Coordinate the production and inspection process of a natural work area to achieve day to day goals in quality, service, yields and efficiencies… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Electromechanic/Maintenance Mechanic (Manufacturing Equipment)

Novartis Pharmaceuticals Duluth, GA

Electromechanics assist in the installation, startup and validation of the Dailies production equipment. Troubleshoot, repair and perform… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Patent Filing Paralegal

Novartis Pharmaceuticals Duluth, GA

• Organize and proactively coordinate attorney work relating to patent applications. • Independently draft standard responses to patent… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

HSE Lead - Process Safety Management

Novartis Pharmaceuticals Duluth, GA

Provide expertise and leadership with respect to process safety management and HSE risk management. The Process Safety Management Lead has an overall… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Manufacturing Engineering Mgr

Novartis Pharmaceuticals Duluth, GA

also include the development and implementation of minor (non-capital) process improvements as they relate to investigations and CAPAs. The Mfg Engr… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Principal Scientist

Novartis Pharmaceuticals Duluth, GA

The Principal Scientist is responsible for leading the in-depth understanding and characterization of polymers and polymer syntheses including… Glassdoor

29 days ago

LS3 SCADA Controls Spec

Novartis Pharmaceuticals Johns Creek, GA

will include: Identify and support the implementation of process improvements and changes. Provide support to the SCADA and PLC engineering group in… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

SCADA/PLC Production Support Engineer

Novartis Pharmaceuticals Johns Creek, GA

Supporting controls engineering projects in implementing and testing software… Glassdoor

22 days ago

LS3 Optimization EM - Multiple Positions - Day and Night Shift

Novartis Pharmaceuticals Johns Creek, GA

Applies engineering principles to assigned projects such as Design of Experiments (DOE), engineering studies and process validations. Analyzes… Glassdoor

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    Many interesting years

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    I worked at Novartis Pharmaceuticals full-time (more than 10 years)


    It is a diverse environment, where you meet people from different countries and learn how they perceive the work environment. Novartis has a competitive atmosphere, making you strive to be the best you can be. It offers many opportunities that can help you grow in your career. I worked 24 years there and I wish I could have worked at least 15 more.


    As with many other pharmaceutical companies, you feel your job is at jeopardy because of the contant restructuring due to patent losses and outsourcing to contract manufacturing, R&D and moving whole departments to other countries with cheaper labor or less regulation, like China.
    Raises were getting lower or none at all in the last few years. Promotions were many times based on who you know, not what you know, which can severely damage the competitive future of any company, by placing incompetent people in critical positions and creating a hostile or un satisfying environment.
    The personnel review process was based on forced distribution, or bell curve. Therefore, they had to "punish" some for that sake.

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    Management should concentrate more on the practical side of the company and less on theoretical training that just leads to waste of resources and time. Give credit where credit is due.
    Use your position wisely and recognize the real talent surrounding you and promote and reward accordingly.

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