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DePuy Spine President Namal Nawana
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    Interesting work, but changes ahead

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    I worked at DePuy Spine


    ability to do projects you like and propose solutions


    bureaucracy sometimes got in the way

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    Keep staff more connected to strategic plans

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DePuy Spine Interviews

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    Anonymous Employee in Raynham, MA
    Anonymous Employee in Raynham, MA
    Application Details

    I applied online. The process took 3 weeksinterviewed at DePuy Spine in September 2013.

    Interview Details

    I applied through posting on internet. About one week later, I received a phone call from the hiring manager, who wanted to schedule a phone screen for the following day. The phone screen was about 15 minutes and was basically to make sure I wasn't lying on my resume and to hear a little bit more about the position. At the end, he told me that he would contact me the following week if he'd like to schedule an interview. The following day, I received an email from a secretary asking for my availability for the following week. I scheduled an interview for the next week and received a schedule. The interview was 8:30-11:15 and I was told to arrive early. I had four 45-minute interviews with 15-minute breaks: one with a team lead, one with a quality enigeer, one with a manager from a similar department as my current job, and one with the hiring manager. They all went similarly: discuss your experience, what are you strengths, what are you weaknesses, describe a time you disagreed with your supervisor, etc. They left a lot of room for questions, so luckily I had prepared a big list of questions to ask and could recall enough to keep the conversation flowing. I followed up with a thank you email for each interviewer and a written note to the hiring manager. Two weeks after the interview, I received a call that although the position was entry level, an offer had been made to and accepted by a candidate with more experience than me. He told me my interview went very well and the decision was purely based on experience. Overall, it went as well as it could've gone without an offer.

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    • I brought a photograph of my senior engineering design project to aid in discussion, and I was asked to think like a quality engineer and assess the risks associated with the device. Not difficult, but unexpected and fun.   Answer Question
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Headquarters Raynham, MA
Size 150 to 499 Employees
Founded 1998
Type Subsidiary or Business Segment
Industry Manufacturing
Revenue $25 to $50 million (USD) per year
Competitors Stryker, NuVasive

When faced with an orthopedic dilemma, DePuy Spine shows a lot of backbone. The company, a subsidiary of DePuy (itself a subsidiary of Johnson & Johnson), develops and manufactures devices and equipment used in spinal surgeries in more than 50 countries around the globe. Its product line covers every spinal surgery option and includes everything from spinal fusion and disc replacement products to external fixation devices, plates and rods for fixing spinal fractures, and devices used to correct spinal deformities. The company is designing an increasing number of its... More

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