Pioneer in portable defibrillation and monitoring technology, Physio-Control is led by Puget Sound alumnus Brian Webster '86. Regardless of your major, Physio-Control is seeking strong writing and oral communication skills, strong analytical skills, plus the self-confidence and initiative to work independently—traits Puget Sound students possess in abundance!More Information
"For us, it’s all about our vision: A world in which no person dies suddenly as a result of a cardiorespiratory event. As a Physio-Control Team Member, you are part of a unique group who not only love what they do, but why they do it. Our Team is comprised of talented individuals who have purpose, creativity and passion, and we are proud to be leading the industry dedicated to saving and extending lives around the globe."More Information
"Headquartered in Redmond, Washington, we are a global Team with over 1,000 Team Members worldwide. We believe our Team Members are our most valuable asset and what sets us apart from our competitors. We are committed to our mission to save lives through hard work and dedication. In return, there is also a strong commitment to the professional growth and personal well-being of everyone on our Team."More Information
Wednesday, March 13, 2013
WSC 108—Murray Boardroom (behind Diversions Cafe)
What does a career in the medical device field entail?
What is Physio-Control looking for in candidates?
Physio-Control CEO Brian Webster '86 and fellow alum Kelsey Baran '11 will provide a brief overview of the company and the opportunities available. Plus, Mr. Webster will share details about his career path.
You'll have time to ask questions, and get connected prior to applying for Physio-Control's paid summer internship program.
2013 Summer Internship opportunities* are posted in LoggerJobs.
*Internships offered in 2013:
Electrical Systems Engineer
Human Factors Engineer
Operations Supply Chain