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I have been working at CryoLife part-time
You're part of a company that makes products that help so many people. The new CEO is bringing a good attitude and making smart decisions. They are stressing more on training now which is great.
High turnover rate in the Tissue Processing Lab but I think it's getting better now with the new changes.
Advice to Management
Efficiency in communications to the other employees.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied online. The process took 2+ months. I interviewed at CryoLife (Kennesaw, GA) in June 2015.
The initial phone interview was like most others, the recruiter asked me about my previous experience and explained to me CryoLife's business as well as the roles of the position I was interviewing for. After the interview I received an email to complete an online assessment which took about 45 minutes I believe. I was selected for a second in person interview with the hiring manager and Sr. Buyer. During the interview I was asked several standardized questions such as "Tell me about a time you..." Everyone from the recruiter to the individuals I interviewed with were extremely nice to me throughout the process. I will surely keep an eye out for other potential opportunities to work for this company.
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CryoLife preserves lives by conserving the tissues that sustain them. The company takes human heart valves and blood vessels from deceased volunteer donors, processes them, and stores them in liquid nitrogen freezers (a process called cryopreservation). It then ships them to surgeons nationwide, who implant them during cardiac and vascular repair procedures. For some preserved tissue, the company uses its proprietary SynerGraft technology, which reduces the presence of donor cells and makes the tissue more compatible with the recipient. CryoLife also develops implantable ...