Posts Tagged: Interview

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It goes without saying, perhaps, that what a biopharma company wants in new employees is skill, reliability, ambition, and a touch of charisma wouldn’t hurt. But aside from that, individual companies may have specific things they’re looking for during an interview or in a new staffer. Here’s a look at GlaxoSmithKline, a science-led global healthcare… Read more »

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Most biotech companies desire similar characteristics from their employees — top talent, reliability, good education, solid experience, and an ability to work on a team as well as independently when needed. In terms of interviews, there are always certain basics — dress neatly and professionally, be friendly and courteous, be on time. Roche is no different than… Read more »

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Every company, large or small, has its own culture. And with that culture often comes a specific approach to hiring. A great culture fit is arguably one of the most important aspects of retaining amazing employees. Some companies, for example, have a reputation for asking fairly odd questions, like: “How many Jelly Beans would fit in this… Read more »

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Interested in getting hired by a top-level biopharmaceutical company? Much of the customary advice applies: be skilled, experienced, make sure your resume is up-to-date, polished and focused, and exercise your interview skills. One aspect of interviewing that often goes overlooked is understanding more about the company, what it does, what it offers and its culture…. Read more »