Current CEO: Timothy M. Ring
C.R. Bard, Inc., also referred to as Bard, has operated for more than 100 years. It started as a one-person company in 1907 and has grown to become a leader in the medical device industry. The company develops, manufacturers, and markets products in the fields of oncology, urology, vascular medicine and surgical specialties. Bard products are designed specifically for single-patient use. Its clients are hospitals, extended care facilities, alternate site facilities and individual healthcare professionals.
People searching for Bard careers have many locations to choose from and opportunities to join its team of almost 12,000 employees. Bard is headquartered in Murray Hill, NJ and has U.S.-based divisions in Lowell, MA, Salt Lake City, UT, Covington, GA, Tempe, AZ, Warwick, RI, Woburn, MA and Queensbury, NY.
Bard has a strong international presence with 27 locations. Some international employees are stationed in the United Kingdom, the headquarters of Bard Europe. International sales and marketing employees may work at the company’s distribution center in Olen, Belgium or at the company’s research and development (R&D) office at Angiomed, a Bard subsidiary located in Karlsruhe, Germany.
CR Bard hires experienced and entry-level college graduates. Bard hires worldwide candidates to work in technical, scientific, professional and managerial positions. In addition, Bard hires candidates to work in marketing, manufacturing, operations, data processing, and support roles.
Employees working at C.R. Bard embrace a culture designed to fit the needs of clients in the healthcare industry. The company prides itself on its ability to develop and offer life-saving medical products and relies heavily on R&D efforts. The company states it commits itself to improving the quality of life for its worldwide patients. The culture recognizes the role employees play in developing and selling its innovated products. Overall, the CR Bard culture supports the company’s core values of “quality, integrity, service and innovation.”
Bard benefits vary based on location. U.S.-based employees receive competitive and affordable benefits. The company provides a medical plan with prescription coverage, dental and vision insurance, life insurance with the ability to purchase additional coverage, flexible spending accounts, short-term and long-term disability coverage and the ability to purchase a long-term care plan that offers financial assistance if employees can no longer perform daily activities. Employees may participate in the Bard Employees’ Saving Trust (B.E.S.T.), a 401(k) plan with matching contributions, and an employee stock purchase plan. Additional benefits include paid vacation, 11 paid holidays, an educational assistance plan and travel assistance.