Employer Spotlight: Conversation with Arthrex, Inc.

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Monique Turrentine, Assistant Director Employer Relations, Duke Career Center
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Recently I had a conversation with Alyssa, the recruiter at Arthrex, and here is a snippet of the insight I gained from our discussion.

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Monique/Duke Career Center: What was your major in college? How did you explore getting into your current position and/or through your career path?

Alyssa/Arthrex: I graduated with a major in Communications/PR and a minor in Marketing. I obtained a Recruiting Internship at Arthrex in 2013 and was promoted to full-time! January 2020 will be my seventh year with Arthrex.

Career Center: How would you briefly describe your company's culture? 

Arthrex: The company culture at Arthrex is my favorite topic to discuss with others. I personally like to describe Arthrex as a successful, collaborative and fun company where employees are treated very well and recognized. The working environment truly has a family/friendly feel! We offer employees exceptional benefits including, but not limited to, free medical and dental coverage, free use of our onsite medical clinic, free lunch onsite daily, tuition reimbursement, use of the onsite Arthrex gym, 401K plan and more! A little bit more about who we are–Arthrex is a Medical Device Manufacturing company for the Orthopedic Industry. Arthrex was founded in 1981 and is a privately held company with no outside investors. We are a multibillion dollar company with an annual growth rate of 15 percent. Our mission is to Help Surgeons Treat Their Patients Better through designing, testing and manufacturing medical devices, including over 14,000 product innovations. Investing in Arthrex products means you have chosen a company committed to uncompromising quality and constant product innovation while providing you with the most competent technical customer support in the industry. Today our products are distributed throughout the U.S. and in over 150 countries worldwide.

Career Center: What is the best advice you would give to students when networking, and other helpful application tips?

Arthrex: Students should research the company they are interested in before approaching an individual at a networking event. They should also be prepared to ask questions. While reviewing resumes, our recruitment staff looks for extracurricular activities or any campus involvement, prior employment history and technical abilities. Before submitting an application, it's important to know what the position entails including job requirements and responsibilities. It's best to target your resume to the position you are applying for.

All qualified applicants receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or protected veteran status.

Currently, Arthrex is recruiting for a Product Management Intern (in CareerConnections). Visit the company website for more information and job listings.

Arthrex has participated in the NC Master’s & Doctoral Career Fair i

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