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11 days ago

Advanced Manufacturing Test Development Engineer

Cyberonics Houston, TX

It is important for the Test Development Engineer to be able to work with subject matter experts in order to debug electrical test performance to… Cyberonics


28 days ago

Buyer / Planner

Cyberonics Houston, TX

The Purchasing group is a small, sophisticated and a vital part of the organization that supports procurement for the entire company. Buyers work to… Cyberonics


24 days ago

RF Electrical Design Engineer

Cyberonics Houston, TX

Overall, you will support R&D as it relates to electrical and RF system design for existing and future products, sustaining efforts, and regulatory… Cyberonics


11 days ago

Test Engineer

Cyberonics Costa Rica

• Lead technical and project management activities associated with the technology transfer of those processes from Houston, to Costa Rica… Cyberonics


12 days ago

Medical Device Sales Consultant

Cyberonics Milwaukee, WI +2 locations

Join the elite; our Medical Device Sales Consultant is truly a Business Development Partner, expected to partner with our customers whom are top… Cyberonics


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    Clinical Engineer Position is a dead-end position

    • Comp & Benefits
    • Work/Life Balance
    • Senior Management
    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    Current Employee - Clinical Engineer in Houston, TX (US)
    Current Employee - Clinical Engineer in Houston, TX (US)

    I have been working at Cyberonics full-time (more than an year)

    Pros

    Good benefits and ok salary.

    Cons

    The Clinical Engineer position is advertised as a core development position. In reality, the people in this position will NOT get promoted and are continuously under stress due to high workload. The management ask employee to participate in "outside" projects on top off working 50+ hours. Many people with high hope and positive attitude will take on more projects (now working 60+ hours); however, when it comes to transferring, the CTS management opposes such a move. This is partly due to very high turn over of the team. In the past 2 years alone, 11 people have quit, 2 managed to transfer to clinical quality engineer (after being with cyberonics for 3+ years), and 1 person (after 2.5 years) transferred to quality engineering group. This position may be "ok" for a new desperate BME graduate but I highly recommend looking for another position immediately.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Make the development plan (which is done annually) happen for the CTS members within 12 to 16 months. Also, increase the number of workforce so that the team doesn't hurt when one person quits.

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