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30+ days ago

Clinical Validation Specialist

Varian Palo Alto, CA

You will be responsible for the development, modification, and execution of system test plans to meet product and system requirements. Analyze and… Ivy Exec


30+ days ago

Product Marketing Manager

Varian Palo Alto, CA

A Product Manager on the Clinical Solutions Radiation Therapy Management Team: Develops product strategy and roadmap, specific marketing plans and… Ivy Exec


30+ days ago

Senior Quality Engineer

Varian Palo Alto, CA

Participate on cross-functional teams to review marketing requirements and to develop concise, unambiguous, non-conflicting, and feasible product… Ivy Exec


30+ days ago

Director of Information Security

Varian Palo Alto, CA

Provide technical leadership in understanding and managing the security architecture and security infrastructure for Oncology products. Will be… Ivy Exec


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    Good company to work for if you're a self-starter.

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Palo Alto, CA
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Palo Alto, CA

    I worked at Varian full-time (more than an year)

    Pros

    The company gives you the freedom to be aggressive in your role and try new things. If you make mistakes you'll hear about it in no uncertain terms but if you were honestly trying to do something to improve the situation, they'll appreciate it even while chastising you for it. Not sure how it is now that they're part of Agilent because it's a very different culture over there.

    Cons

    My brief time during the transition to Agilent suggested the culture was more "go along to get along" and people get ostracized for trying new things. The cultures were so very different - Agilent has lots of "processes" and hurdles to jump over to get things done whereas Varian was so de-centralized few processes existed and it was at times like the wild west, which wasn't necessarily a good thing.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    As you wrap the company in all your processes, don't kill the creativity and freedom that made working there so enjoyable.

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