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Mission: Helping Surgeons Treat Their Patients Better.
We’re proud to be recognized by Great Place to Work® and Fortune as one of the nation’s best workplaces for millennials, women and Latinos. We’ve also been named a best workplace in manufacturing and production, for diversity, and for giving back to our community.
Employees thrive at Arthrex thanks to a highly collaborative work environment and a culture that values input from everyone on the team.
Our company is known for the exceptional benefits our employees receive.
Our products and techniques help patients, like firefighter Mike Spicuzza, get back to what they love doing. From product development to manufacturing and every department in between, everyone plays a role in Making People Better. It’s fulfilling work that matters.
Arthrex’s corporate headquarters is located in beautiful Southwest Florida. The corporate and manufacturing operations, as well as Arthrex’s premier medical education facility are located in Naples, while our Logistics Center is located in Fort Myers. Arthrex also has multiple subsidiaries throughout the country and world.
I worked at Arthrex full-time
Given real responsibility
Great opportunities to advance
Must be well disciplined and good at being by yourself
In at the deep end, more training would be useful from the off.
I applied online. The process took 5+ months. I interviewed at Arthrex (Naples, FL) in March 2012.
This was one of the most tedious and long, drawn-out experiences I have encountered yet in this dismal job environment.
Arthrex announced this position in March 2012, didn't reach out to me for a telephone interview until June 2012 and didn't invite for an in-person interview until mid- July 2012.
During the 2.5 hour interview, I got the impression that the interview was more bragging rights about the personnel that worked there rather than them being interested in me as a bonafide candidate.
It seemed as if they were merely going through motions of a particluar type.
After all was said and done, I got the impression that my time was wasted on this interview. An intern ended up calling me almost at the end of August to inform me that they were not proceeding with me as a candidate.
No reason was given and by this time, I didn't care anymore.
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