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    Current Employee - Clinical Services Specialist in West Chester, PA
    Current Employee - Clinical Services Specialist in West Chester, PA

    I have been working at Animas full-time (More than a year)


    Everyone has a willingness to share and learn.


    Lots of work with old technology. Makes being productive an extreme challenge!

    Advice to Management

    Get ahead of the technology with advanced technology. Don't promote people to manager level simply because they know the job. Promote them because they know people.

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    Manufacturing Engineer Interview

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    Accepted Offer
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    I applied through college or university. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at Animas in September 2012.


    Sit down with a team, the manufacturing floor team. Review a resume and get to know you. If they like you the manufacturing floor leader will come out and discuss your resume with you. They give you the break down of your weekly responsibilities, it is all very straight forward. You meet the manufacturing leads and get a walk through the manufacturing floor and each section of the process is broken down and explained.

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Headquarters West Chester, PA
Size 150 to 499 Employees
Founded 2006
Type Subsidiary or Business Segment
Industry Manufacturing
Revenue $25 to $50 million (USD) per year

Animas wants to pump you up... with insulin. The company's computerized insulin pumps are pager-sized devices that diabetes patients "wear" and which continuously deliver rapid-acting insulin into the body. The infusion pumps, which are connected to a tube with a needle at the end that's inserted under the skin, replace the use of periodic insulin injections. Animas also sells diabetes management software, monitors, and various pump accessories. It markets its products worldwide through a combination of direct sales representatives and distributors. The ... More

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