Cardiac Science Corporation
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Headquarters Waukesha, WI
Size 500 to 999 Employees
Founded Unknown
Type Company - Private
Industry Manufacturing
Revenue $50 to $100 million (USD) per year

The heart can keep no secrets from Cardiac Science. The medical device company makes cardiovascular monitoring and therapeutic equipment, including defibrillators and stress test systems that analyze the heart's performance under stress. Its monitoring systems are used for extended surveillance and include telemetry devices for evaluation of the heart during rehabilitation exercise. Cardiac Science sells accessories such as lead wires and electrodes and provides product repair and technical support services. Products are sold through direct sales and independent... More

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Ruediger Naumann-Etienne


A growing but unsettled medical device manufacturer

  Current Project Engineer in Laguna Hills, CA

Pros: A small but strong development team that is well focused on their core product and core skills. The market is currently open to innovation, but with a high bar to entry provided by a tough regulatory environment. As #2 or #3 in the area, Cardiac… Full Review

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Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Laguna Niguel, CA Jun 2009 – Reviewed Dec 30, 2013

Interview Details – I applied on-line to a related position, and through discussions with local (Seattle area) senior management decided to pursue a management position in California. I had a lengthy phone interview with the hiring manager in California, followed by in person interviews with the CEO and division VP…Full Interview

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The most difficult discussion involved describing technical problems I had solved in the past. The question was posed as a a request to "describe a difficult technical problem you faced, the issue… View Answer

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