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12 days ago

Senior Clinical Research Associate

Edwards Lifesciences Irvine, CA

• Provide oversight of and insights into trial activities (e.g., trends in protocol compliance, enrollment, monitoring deviations, data quality) to… Glassdoor

17 days ago

Senior Quality Engineer, New Product Development - Transcatheter Heart Valve

Edwards Lifesciences Irvine, CA

• Critical review and approval of design changes. Partner with R&D in the design of safe and effective THV devices. • Provide technical quality… Glassdoor

17 days ago

Senior Manager, Quality Systems

Edwards Lifesciences Irvine, CA

will include the analysis of individual and aggregated CAPAs to assess the adequacy of root cause analysis, action plan development and verification… Glassdoor

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Edwards Lifesciences Chairman and CEO Michael A. Mussallem
Michael A. Mussallem
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    Manager thought he was very intelligent, but many would like to tell him otherwise.

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    I have been working at Edwards Lifesciences full-time for more than 3 years


    Company does a great job taking care of their people. Benefits are very good and if you move into a management position the pay is great also. The R&D folks work hard, from what I observed and innovation is fostered.


    There are many inexperienced people promoted at this company. With this, there are many directors, but not enough worker bees to get everything done. The company is heavily populated with engineers, but many of them are contracted. The company has a tendency to have good sized layoffs starting every fall, this includes contracted workers and permanent employees. As with many companies, there are way too many repetitive meetings and people who are afraid to make a decision. Most likely due to the inexperience.

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    Hire more Business Minded people and those who are intimate with the FDA for Regulatory/Quality positions.

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