On average, employees in Northridge, CA at Medtronic give their company a 2.5 rating out of 5.0 based on 54, whereas overall Average Rating of Medtronic is 4.0 out of 5.0 based on 251 Medtronic Review Ratings. The happiest Medtronic employees in Northridge, CA are Project Coordinators submitting an average rating of 4.3 and Anonymous Employees with a rating of 4.0.
"I’ve worked for Medtronic for about 4 years. The company has strong values and a purposeful mission. Like any company, Medtronic has its fair share of challenges and opportunities. Innovation of internal processes is an area of improvement that would greatly benefit their customers, bottom line, and employees overall. It’s key that leaders lead with empathy and remain ethical in practice with an innate sense of being forward thinkers."
"I have worked for Medtronic for 3 years, I find the cause to be very beautiful and fulfilling knowing that the products we work on help diabetes patients with their lives daily."
"It's great working at a company that has so much to offer to the medical field. Whether we are creating applications or devices for patients to use, I stay motivated when I go to work because I know what I build will be in the hands of a doctor or patient to fulfill their needs."
"I've worked at Medtronic for over 8 years, and in my tenure here I have learned an enormous amount, including improving my design skills through technical training as well as earned experience on the field. I believe that I have been part of various groups that have granted me this extensive experience; this includes the Design Team, the Process team, the Manufacturing team, and now the Operations team."
"I worked at Medtronic for 4 years and it’s been great. The company has a few hundred employees and the environment is very laid back. The only issue I had was not every process was standardized and that cause some problems."
"It is very hard to move up internally"
"Overall, a great company to work for if you want to get into the medical space. Always new and existing projects to work on with tons of new scope and requirements. There is tons to do and honestly not enough developer power to do all the work, so it can get overwhelming at times. There is high autonomy with what you build, and you can own entire features or even entire products."
"Many things could be better."
"Medtronic is a strong company with significant personnel talent and resources but rigid and unrelenting with regard to employee work/life balance."
"This is a great company. I gained many skills that are invaluable."
"I've worked at Medtronic since 2019. I've moved through 4 different locations and as many roles. I've found the company and it's employees to be uniquely mission-driven and extremely focused on the patient. It's an excellent company that I'd recommend to anyone."
"Currently managing 3 Guardian Connect pilot trials. Track and coordinate projects to ensure prescribed activities are carried out in accordance with specified objectives. Act as a liaison between department and project management software or key project personnel. Coordinate various projects as assigned. Assist in ensuring compliance with departmental policies. Coordinate with key personnel to perform functions as determined by departmental needs. May act as backup to the Administrative Assistant function."
"Terrible company to work for. Its engineering is mostly outsourced to Global Logic in Ukraine, whose engineers are mostly incompetent college interns, new grads, and corrupt managers. They don't want any criticism despite a virtual flood of mistakes from them, large and small. Medtronic managers always come to their defense no matter what they do wrong. If they behave badly, as when they vigorously refuse to improve their methods, no one holds them accountable for their nastiness. If anything, it is rewarded by Medtronic managers' obsequiousness."
"This company is a good company overall. However, this is not a good company for a human factors engineer. There is little room to move up and the manager does not understand the human factors role very well. The manager also avoids any discussion involving career development plans and professional growth opportunities. This has been the worst experience working as an HFE in my career."
"Good company to work for. Strongly recommended."
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