Illumina Jobs & Careers

Hiring? Post a Job

Show:  All Results Last 7 Days
12 days ago

Sr Import/Export Analyst

Illumina San Diego, CA

Identify areas for import/export process improvement and work with Sr. Manager to create training and presentations Classify Illumina products for… Illumina


12 days ago

Product Manager - Infectious Disease

Illumina San Diego, CA

• Must have experience defining product requirements and working as a research scientist, or with R&D to ensure development of products based… Illumina


28 days ago

QA Engineer 1

Illumina Singapore

At Illumina, our goal is to apply innovative technologies to the analysis of genetic variation and function, making studies possible that were not… Illumina


2 days ago

Product Manager - Epicentre New Product Development – new

Illumina Madison, WI

include but are not limited to: • Identify portfolio gaps and derive recommendations (e.g. features, menu, workflow elements, intended use… Illumina


27 days ago

Operations Project Manager- Illumina Advantage

Illumina San Diego, CA

• Partner with Marketing, Quality, Customer Service, Business Development and Planning to implement a scalable infrastructure to support the Illumina… Illumina


7 days ago

Staff Buyer

Illumina Hayward, CA

• Coordinate MRB supplier issues and corrective actions. Manage MRB aging targets per Illumina's goals • Coordinate engineering change-order… Illumina


17 days ago

Senior Scientist – Consumables Product Development

Illumina San Diego, CA

· Develop new products in fast-paced product development environment · Identify, evaluate, plan, and optimize research ideas leading to new robust… Illumina


13 days ago

Sr Staff Engineer - Development

Illumina Singapore

• Work with third parties to oversee the development of a new CMOS image sensor • Interface with design houses, foundries, and other suppliers to… Illumina


26 days ago

Security Technician

Illumina San Diego, CA

The Security Technician will be responsible for the preventative maintenance of the security systems at the San Diego campus. This includes the daily… Illumina


2 days ago

Staff Computer Systems Validation Engineer – new

Illumina San Diego, CA

• Develop and execute IQ, OQ and PQ protocols for product, processes, facilities, software and equipment within the facility. • Experienced in GAMP… Illumina


Illumina Reviews

140 Reviews
3.9
140 Reviews
Rating Trends

Recommend to a friend
Approve of CEO
Illumina CEO Jay Flatley
Jay Flatley
104 Ratings
  1. 4 people found this helpful  

    What's all the complaining about?

    • Comp & Benefits
    • Work/Life Balance
    • Senior Management
    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee

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

    Pros

    I keep reading reviews about the horrible work-life balance and how people work endless hours. Then why is the parking lot mostly empty before 9am and after 6pm, and a ghost town on weekends? Don't believe me? Just drive by and see for yourself. Perhaps maybe by San Diego standards Illumina is a demanding employer. Can't get my afternoon surf in, oh my. By most other measures the workload is moderate at best. Contrary to other reviews, the politics are not overwhelming, and collaboration is pretty good. Never had an instance of asking for help from another group and not getting it.

    Cons

    So many layers and titles. OMG! For a company with 2000 people, new scientists and engineers can count at least 11 layers of titles between themselves and the CEO. It is absurd. Decision process is not particularly crisp, but not to the point of getting in the way (too much). Benefits are decent but middle-of-the-road at best. Payscale is on the low side, they can probably get away with it for a while as the dominant company in a hot field, and as long as the overall stock direction is up. Internal systems are either non-existent or abysmal. Fortunately senior management knows it, is fairly open about it, and is working on a solution

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Push decisions down the chain of command. Seems that directors wait for VPs to decide, VPs wait for the SVPs, and the SVPs waffle until Jay speaks up. If there is one organizational thing that can endanger the future health of the company, it is this very issue. So add "decision making" to the GBP process and institutionalize a healthy level of decision ownership at the appropriate level.

    Recommends
    Positive Outlook
    Approves of CEO