Integra LifeSciences

Integra LifeSciences Reviews

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Integra LifeSciences President, CEO & Director Peter J. Arduini
Peter J. Arduini
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    Current Employee - Regulatory Affairs Director in Burlington, MA
    Current Employee - Regulatory Affairs Director in Burlington, MA

    I have been working at Integra LifeSciences full-time (more than an year)


    Challenging and interesting. Certainly this company can be a challenging place to work. However with the challenge comes great interesting projects. If you want mundane and typical, ILS is not the place for you. However, if you want to build your resume with relevant skills like; new product integration as a result of an acquistion, working closely with FDA to develop a regulatory strategy for a product that touches 6 different branches, work on PMA products, meet foreign health authorites like China FDA or Japan PMDA or work for a company that is growing and not shrinking, Integra could be the place for you. Lastly, the best reason to work at Integra are the people.


    Since the company is growing, it experiences the typical growth pains any growing company experiences.

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    Continue to focus on the infrastructure and tools employees can use to succeed.

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Integra LifeSciences Interviews

Updated Aug 10, 2014
Updated Aug 10, 2014

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    Director of Regulatory Affairs Interview

    Anonymous Employee
    Anonymous Employee
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    I applied online. The process took 2+ monthsinterviewed at Integra LifeSciences.

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    what was initially described as a straight forward process (phone interview followed by two face to face interviews) turned out to be a complete disrespect of my time. From the phone interview to the first face to face interview was two weeks. from the first face to face to the second; 1 month and still counting. I actually stopped the clock by requesting that I be removed from consideration because the time spent waiting for people to do their job is ridiculous. Anyone that has an efficient process in place, would not take 2+ months to fill a [critical] position that supposedly there is a need to fill. in fact, I was told that they were still very interested. I was also told that I was one of a few that was selected to go forward to the second and final face to face interview. but, rather than get scheduled for that final interview, I noted that the company had reposted the position 3 times total since scheduling me for my first face to face; twice since my first face to face interview. I considered the first reposting to be due diligence on their part. I consider the 2nd and 3rd reposting to be game playing and wasting my time. If a company is no longer interested in a candidate, the professional thing to do is to let that candidate know that. To string someone along because a) you may not have as many candidates as you would like for me to believe and b) you don't place a high priority on hiring talent is both unprofessional and disrespectful.

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Integra LifeSciences Awards & Accolades

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America's 200 Best Small Companies, Forbes, 2009
America's 200 Best Small Companies, Forbes, 2008

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Headquarters Plainsboro, NJ
Size 1000 to 5000 Employees
Founded 1989
Type Company - Public (IART)
Industry Manufacturing
Revenue $500 million to $1 billion (USD) per year

When it comes to regenerative medicine, Integra LifeSciences is integral to the healing process. Using its proprietary collagen matrix technology, the company makes biological implants for brain, spine, and orthopedic surgeries that eventually become part of a patient's body, helping it to generate new bone and tissue to replace the damaged. In addition to its regenerative implants, grafts, and wound dressings, Integra makes surgical instruments, including ultrasonic surgical ablation systems and joint fixation devices, used primarily in neurosurgery and joint... More

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