Medtronic Careers and Employment
- CEOOmar Ishrak80%approve of Omar Ishrak's performance
- Company sizemore than 10,000
- Revenuemore than £7B (GBP)
- IndustryPharmaceutical & Biotechnology
Clinical Specialist in London, Greater London
on 3 December 2021
Good benefits but fast paceVery good company benefits but fast pace working environment. However, progression is slow and there is expectation of replying business messages and calls promptly even when you are on leave/holidays.
Office Manager - Admin & Sales in Leeds
on 2 April 2022
Hard Work, but rewardingVery fast paced with lots of travel and meetings. AMERICAN Owned and culture. Great Salary and benefits. Great Management and Staff, always challenging and updating.
Medical affairs contingent in London, Greater London
on 14 February 2022
Innovative BiotechA typical day would consist of training, assessment and analysis of various surgical procedures. I've learned interesting and fascinating facts regarding human anatomy and computer vision. Helpful and knowledgeable management, always making time to offer extra support. The work culture it's highly collaborative with a fairly balanced pace. Keeping up with all the brilliant colleagues was probably one of the most challenging part of this job but the joy one gets from helping millions of patients and the satisfying knowledge quest are timeless.
Product Support Specialist in Watford, Hertfordshire
on 14 August 2020
Heartless bosses and unhelpful atmosphereIf you have disabilities, avoid this company at all costs. They will give you absolutely no support, make you feel awful about it and then fire you when you’re trying your best. After being hospitalised I came back to a hostile environment. No help was given to come back to work and was expected to do things I had not been trained to do. Unfortunately, weeks later, missed a day due to a stomach flu. Came back still unwell, was told my probation was being extended which was absolutely fine by me. Unfortunately this was only about a week when they changed their mind and ended it. It’s such a shame because despite the flaws I loved the job.
Customer Service in Watford, Hertfordshire
on 19 June 2020
Fast Paced and rewardingThe team managers at Medtronic are extremely supportive and encourage people to strive and develop their skills to the best of their ability.Staff are extremely welcoming and the seniors or staff who are training you will go at your pace and will make sure you are confident with what you have been taught before moving on to the next objective. They are very passionate at keeping the team spirit alive and have regular team lunches which consists of 30 minutes extra lunch and usually out of the premises so it is more laid back than usual. The inbound calls come in thick and fast but there is always someone around to assist you should you come into any difficulty. The best part of the job is ending the day knowing that you have made a massive difference to all areas of the NHS and that your hard work never goes unnoticed.
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