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11 days ago

Senior Clinical Research Associate

Edwards Lifesciences Irvine, CA

• Provide oversight of and insights into trial activities (e.g., trends in protocol compliance, enrollment, monitoring deviations, data quality) to… Glassdoor

28 days ago

Training Manager, Product Lifecycle Management

Edwards Lifesciences Irvine, CA

will include: • Work with our PLM business unit project managers and our site leads to develop and execute a comprehensive global deployment plan… Glassdoor

16 days ago

Senior Quality Engineer, New Product Development - Transcatheter Heart Valve

Edwards Lifesciences Irvine, CA

• Critical review and approval of design changes. Partner with R&D in the design of safe and effective THV devices. • Provide technical quality… Glassdoor

16 days ago

Senior Manager, Quality Systems

Edwards Lifesciences Irvine, CA

will include the analysis of individual and aggregated CAPAs to assess the adequacy of root cause analysis, action plan development and verification… Glassdoor

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    Highly motivated company, top of the line products.

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    Former Employee - THV  in  Draper, UT (US)
    Former Employee - THV in Draper, UT (US)

    I worked at Edwards Lifesciences full-time for more than 5 years


    Edwards is a great, solid company to work for. They are very driven and focused on success. There are some amazingly talented people working for Edwards, which is why they lead in innovative products. Everybody's friendly and the environment is VERY diverse, even for Utah. The opportunities to grow and learn in your career field are abundant at Edwards.You will assuridly gain valuable skills by working here


    Because Edwards is so highly driven, the work environment can be very stressful, engineers working less than 50 hours a week are considered slackers. Everything is a rush and an emergency, and everyone is stretched thin. Getting promoted is nearly impossible, even if you've been doing the workload of 3 people at a level 2 steps above your pay grade for the last 3 years, it's still not enough to justify a promotion in their eyes. They use outdated technology to supplement their outdated processes.

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    Stay current with new technology available, this could only help you. Don't be too stingy with promotions, this is causing you to lose amazing, valuable talent. Don't stretch your employees too thin.

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