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Senior Principal Mechanical Design Engineer, Automation Systems - Animal Health

Pfizer Durham, NC

The Senior Principal Mechanical Engineer holds a key position in the design and advancement of New Product Development (NPD) initiatives for… Ivy Exec


29 days ago

Postdoctoral Fellow, Neusentis (3 Openings)

Pfizer Inc Durham, NC

Neusentis is a Pfizer research unit that delivers 'new science therapeutics'. It has a vision to provide real and significant medicinal benefit to… Beyond.com


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    Former Employee - Senior Director  in  New York, NY
    Former Employee - Senior Director in New York, NY

    I worked at Pfizer full-time for more than 10 years

    Pros

    - Large company with many opportunities for career growth. They value and encourage movement across departments thereby enabling you to develop professionally.
    - Great people who are incredibly intelligent and hard working. Made some great friends there.
    - A leader in a very interesting industry. Great resume builder!!

    Cons

    - Company has been going through reorgs since 2007 and employees are suffering from change fatigue. So there are some morale issues though I have heard that it has gotten better since the last round of changes at the end of 2013.
    - People work hard and depending on the position you are in, it's often difficult to get work/life balance. The culture allows for contact all times of the day and weekend (emails). The leaders say they don't expect an immediate response but everyone does anyway so it looks bad if you don't.
    - Decreased job security given the dismal pipeline and constant reorgs.

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