Maybe I'm missing something but you all tell me....
However I was looking at job opening at NSPH page and this is the most I've seen in regards to hiring but even more interesting is the manufacturing jobs ( 2nd shift!) I don't think you usually have a 2nd shift unless demand requires it?
At Nanosphere, we're passionate about providing the best solutions for our customers. This responsibility sits on the shoulder of each member on our team – and we value each employee greatly.
We have the following job openings available at Nanosphere.
Lead Field Service Engineer
Production Technician - 2nd shift
Production Specialist - 2nd Shift
Quality Control Manager
Clinical Research Associate
Business must be great! Does this mean that capacity on 1st shift is constrained where adding more people can't be accomplished? That will have implications on ability to satisfy huge demand? Wonder why there is no 3rd shift - inquiring minds want to know:)
Guessing they are staying ahead of orders for new equipment, due to high interest, and the hospitals where machines are currently placed are making sure they have a supply of testing cartridges on hand. Increasing placement of testing systems, and increased use of cartridge tests for existing systems just equals more revenue any way you look at it.