Meet John Gildea, a Graduate Urology R&D Engineer in Clonmel, who studied B.Eng in Biomedical Engineering & M.Eng in Biomedical Engineering from Trinity College Dublin.
Working with the Boston Scientific team in Clonmel has given me the incredible opportunity to develop my skills as an engineer. This time has allowed me to experience the process of developing state-of-the-art urological medical devices from the early concept stage. The skills gained by working with Boston Scientific’s top-class engineers have made me a better engineer as has the culture of everyday learning and development in which everyone’s opinions are valued and taken into consideration when making key project decisions.
Meet Ciara Giles Doran, a Software/ firmware Graduate Engineer in Clonmel who studied (Electronic) Engineering at University College Dublin.
As a member of the R&D group in Clonmel, I’ve gained first-hand experience of the product development life cycle and collaborated with Boston Scientific teams all over the globe.
Meet Valerie Moloney, a Graduate Test Engineer in Clonmel who studied B.Eng in Electronic Engineering in Cork Institute of Technology
As a member of the Test Engineering team, it is my role to support production, which has been a great opportunity to grow my communication skills, improve efficiency of my problem solving skills, as well as build upon my existing technical engineering capabilities. The graduate programme in Boston Scientific provides a great insight into the medical device industry and the world of manufacturing while encouraging personal and career development.
Meet Sean Ryder, Graduate Quality Engineer in Galway that studied Bachelor of Science in Technology Management.
The Quality Graduate Programme has given me the chance to learn about medical device manufacturing and to apply what I have learned in college to the working environment. The programme has also provided me with the opportunity and experience to develop my skills further. I have been lucky enough to work with some great people here in Boston Scientific Galway which has made my integration into the company easy.
Meet Rebecca Lowney, a Graduate Quality Engineer in Galway who has studied B.Eng. Biomedical Engineering in the University of Limerick
The Boston Scientific Graduate Programme has given me the opportunity to gain knowledge in key aspects of medical device design and manufacture. Working in a fast passed and collaborative environment has allowed me to gain valuable engineering skills and support my personal and professional development.
Meet Sean Beechinor, a Graduate Manufacturing Engineer in Clonmel who studied B,.Eng Mechanical Engineering in Cork Institute of Technology
Working as a Graduate Manufacturing Engineer in Boston Scientific in the Cardiac Rhythm Management department has given me a huge opportunity to explore the workings of the devices along with the physical processes used to manufacture the device.
Obtaining the role of a process owner has given me huge exposure to display my capability as an Engineer while learning extremely valuable skills from my much-valued peers.
This graduate programme has given a me a great experience working on high priority projects involving global collaboration .
Meet Lauren Murphy, Supplier Quality Engineer I in Clonmel who studied BSc in Biomedical Science at the National University of Ireland Galway.
Lauren came through our 2020 Graduate Programme and successfully converted in to an Engineer I role.
Working as a Supplier Quality Engineer in Boston Scientific has allowed me the opportunity to engage with many other functional groups and teams, not only in Clonmel but across other BSC sites, as well as enabling me to get involved in many projects and incoming quality issues from the very beginning. Every day our work is contributing to life saving and therapeutic devices that are making a difference to people’s lives all around the world.
Meet David Mcnamara, a Graduate Electronic Engineer (R&D) in Clonmel, who studied B.Eng in Electronic Engineering in Limerick Institute of Technology.
Working at Boston Scientific has given me the opportunity to advance my career in electronic engineering. I have worked on creating and improving electronic hardware designs for new medical devices. Every day I am surrounded by engineers with different backgrounds in electronics, software and mechanical engineering, this creates a great learning environment to be a part of.
Meet Sarah McGrath, a Graduate Quality Engineer in Clonmel, who studied BSc Biotechnology NUI Galway.
Working as part of the Quality Team in Boston Scientific has given me the opportunity to strengthen my knowledge and develop new skills in relation to the medical device industry. It has equipped me to work in a highly competitive environment that has a great culture, great people and strong core values.
Meet Ronan Lyons a Graduate Manufacturing Engineer in our Cork site.
The Graduate Program has allowed me to greatly improve my technical, communication and project management skills. I have learned a lot during my first year at Boston Scientific. On the Graduate Program, you get continuous training to ensure that you have the tools to work effectively everyday. Most importantly, the products made here positively impact patient lives every single day and it is nice to be able to contribute to this.