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7 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


22 days ago

Clinical Specialist - Virginia

Cyberonics Norfolk, VA

As part of this, you will facilitate the patient identification and education process, assist in obtaining funding verification's and perform all… Cyberonics


23 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


Cyberonics Reviews

27 Reviews
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Cyberonics President and CEO Dan Moore
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    Great company, rough position.

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    Current Employee - Clinical Engineer  in  Houston, TX (US)
    Current Employee - Clinical Engineer in Houston, TX (US)

    I have been working at Cyberonics full-time for more than a year

    Pros

    The company cares about most employees and their wellness. Amazing benefits and great executive staff that know what they are doing and can actually remember your name.

    Cons

    The position I work in is CTS. The department is under appreciated and general chaos. For such a crucial department to the company, one would think more attention would be payed to the lower management however, this is not the case. Instead there is no confidence in the direct management, it is common for them to "throw you under the bus", and the turnover is so high because of how hard it is to develop out of the department. It's nothing but negative.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Pay more attention to CTS and entry-level employees.

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