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Amsterdam (Netherlands)
1001 to 5000 employees
Unknown
Subsidiary or Business Segment
Manufacturing
$100 to $500 million (USD) per year
Smith & Nephew
Tornier N.V. makes the kind of implants that you head to the orthopedic surgeon for, not the plastic surgeon. The company manufactures joint prostheses for the shoulder, elbow, wrist, hand, hip, knee, ankle, and foot. Its Aequalis shoulder joint is a top prosthetic for ... Read more

Tornier Reviews

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Minneapolis, MN
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Minneapolis, MN
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    I worked at Tornier (More than a year)

    Pros

    fun team, mostly upbeat and good work enviornment

    Cons

    not a lot of collaboration between teams

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Tornier Interviews

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    Principal Quality Engineer Interview

    Anonymous Employee in Minneapolis, MN
    Accepted Offer
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    Application

    I applied through a staffing agency. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Tornier (Minneapolis, MN) in May 2015.

    Interview

    Interviewers were not prepared for the interview, some did not even know what position I was interviewing for. Most of the interview was 1:1 but I did have a group interview with the subordinate and/or support staff. The position I interviewed for has been open for a while so it is critical that they fill the job, the little information they offered up would indicate that they have been doing without this engineering position so I would expect that there would be a lot of clean up that would have to happen after the position is filled.

    Interview Questions

    • One engineer dumped a bunch of random parts (electronic, mechanical, pneumatic,...) out on the table and asked me to identify what they were. He did not tell me what sort of information he was trying to get at or how much detail to give him in my answer.   1 Answer
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