If you can get in the door and put your head down for the time it takes someone to appreciate your work ethic and attention to detail then you could start making headway in your "career" in the medical device industry. In saying that...MFR is still very much a who you know situation as most, if not all, advancement internally is due to rubbing shoulders with the people who ultimately push names forward for project work or extra curricular stuff to boost your stats for your end of year bonus. They do make a big deal about qualifications for "proper" job application... especially from internally applying people.
Only worked 8.5 hrs per day but that was due to my good prioritisation and workload management skills. Often asked to take on additional work because everyone else in the team was doing overtime. So, being effectient resulted in me getting more work. Average working hours is 50 pw.
No support for professional progression from manager or HR despite having been recognised for my successful work.
I am going doing my aptitude and dexterity test i just wanted to know what to expect as i have never done one of these before.
Apitiude test is middle of the road. Relatively ok, common sense mostly...but I guess that's all subjective and differs from person to person. Dexterity test is a piece of cake. If you can't do that then this job is not for you anyway. Some tasks require you to use two tweezers at once so....yeah.