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9 days ago

Cyber-Physical Systems Research Scientist

Philips Design & Research Briarcliff Manor, NY

Our Lighting Systems and Services team focuses on innovative ways to control and manage indoor and outdoor lighting systems in order to save energy… Philips Design & Research


26 days ago

Computational Bioinformatics Scientist - NGS Oncology

Philips Design & Research Briarcliff Manor, NY

We are seeking an individual to join our Clinical Bioinformatics team. The successful candidate will work in a multidisciplinary team of computer… Philips Design & Research


17 days ago

Big Data Analytics Research Scientist

Philips Design & Research Briarcliff Manor, NY

Our Healthcare and Lighting data analytics team focuses on innovative ways to extract new meaningful and actionable features from (Big) data. This is… Philips Design & Research


4 days ago

Cloud Development Specialist

Philips Design & Research Briarcliff Manor, NY

• Cloud-based Computation, Big data organization, access controls and versioning • System Administration scripting for cloud-automation… Philips Design & Research


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    Bland, unimaginative, making a rod for their own backs

    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee

    I worked at Philips Design & Research

    Pros

    If you know what you're doing you can get away with anything here. They're too nice to slack employees.

    Cons

    The business is boss. These guys don't make the decisions. Everything is very stuck in corporate drivel mode.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Stand up for yourselves and stop the good guys leaving.