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18 days ago

Vice President, Global Customer Service

St. Jude Medical Saint Paul, MN

This position will oversee all aspects of St. Jude Medical s Global Customer Service function in alignment with the organizational goals, policies… Ivy Exec

18 days ago

Marketing Communications Manager

St. Jude Medical Saint Paul, MN

Your experience(s), education and knowledge will further expand St. Jude Medical s marketplace success: Bachelor s degree in Marketing, Public… Ivy Exec

18 days ago

Director, MediGuide

St. Jude Medical Plymouth, MN +2 locations

Your experience(s), education and knowledge will further expand St. Jude Medical s marketplace success:Ten plus years of progressively more… Ivy Exec

5 days ago

Software Programmer

St. Jude Medical, Inc. Atlanta, GA

At St. Jude Medical every one of us plays a role in our collective ability to save and improve lives. As an organization, we want to continue to grow… Monster

4 days ago

Procedure Specialist - Saskatchewan


* Within the limit of company policies, procedures, programs and budgets, the AFCRM Procedure Specialist I is responsible for and has commensurate… Glassdoor

St. Jude Medical Reviews

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St. Jude Medical Chairman, President, and CEO Daniel J. Starks
Daniel J. Starks
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    Very favorable to men. NO women in management positions.

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    Current Employee - Sales  in  New York, NY (US)
    Current Employee - Sales in New York, NY (US)

    I have been working at St. Jude Medical full-time for more than 10 years


    Patient interaction, making a difference in the lives of people you put your devices in. Great products.


    Decreasing compensation. Very pro men-anti women. Management style is very negative. They manage by intimidation. Management changes faster than you change your underwear. Had 6 managers in 7 years. Horrible training. Small company with no continutity or clear sales message. 1 person marketing team. She is good, but cant do it all.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    realize that the sales people are the most important part of the company. If you beat them down, how are they supposed to be positive in front of the customer?

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