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Pay, corporate culture, people, corporate development training
slower pace than desired, location
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provide a more direct route from internship to full-time employment
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Getting an Interview
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I applied online. The process took 2 days – interviewed at B. Braun Medical (Bethlehem, PA) in June 2015.
I found a posting for BBraun on indeed.com. I applied for the position on the BBraun website. Nearly two months went by before anything happened. I then received a phone call from a manager and we had a 10 minute discussion (almost a mini, unofficial phone interview) regarding my background and details about the position. It was discussed that this position would require 90% travel. The manager then urged me to think about what 90% travel would require and to consult with my family and important loved ones what all this would entail. I called the manager back the next day to say that I would be interested in taking the next steps. It was then arranged that I would be flow out to the corporate headquarters in Bethlehem PA for interviews. I did send one email to make sure I got scheduled for the interview. About three weeks after the initial phone call I received from BBraun, I was flown out for the interview. HR scheduled my flight, hotel and transportation. In the morning I was scheduled to meet with 5 different managers for 45 min to 1 hour interviews in the morning then fly back in the afternoon.
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B. Braun Medical is the US arm of German medical supply firm B. Braun Melsungen. The company's products and services include a wide range of traditional and needleless IV systems and accessories, pharmaceutical devices, dialysis machines, critical care products, and vascular access and interventional product lines, as well as continuing education and training programs. B. Braun's customers include hospitals, outpatient surgery centers, and home care services companies. Its network of CAPS (Central Admixture Pharmacy Services) compounding pharmacies provides IV admixtures...