Mission: We are a diverse group of employees who strive for integrity in all we do. We work in a collaborative environment, and our management has an open door policy and is easily accessible. We focus on how to make life better for the millions of patients who use our products. We work ...
I have been working at Integra LifeSciences full-time (More than 5 years)
Good Pay, clean facility, steady workflow, decent management. It's a manufacturing facility like many others I've worked at. This place does not deserve the bashing it gets on this site.
Cry babies, all the production people whine and cry that they're treated badly and think they are worth more than they are, people should just shut up and do their jobs!
Advice to Management
Get rid of the constant complainers, they are hurting you not helping you, the machinist who think they are the best need their hands held for them daily anyway. They'd be nothing without the programmer to make them look good.
Applied through my school on October 20th, heard back a few days later asking to schedule a phone interview in the next week. The first phone screen was 10 minutes, going over my background and asking basic behavioral question. Felt pretty informal. Two weeks later I got an email requesting an on-site interview to be in another 2 weeks. There, I had 3 separate interviews with 4 interviewers who all were involved with the rotational program. They were more like conversations to see culture fit and I think what my ambitions were. Everyone was very friendly. Received an offer at the end of the week
Very little negotiation. I got the offer and that was it, but I was able to get the accept date pushed back a couple of days while I heard back from other companies. Good salary for an entry level position.