Every day, we are working to improve the lives of people all over the world. We're looking for talented, ambitious students and graduates to help us achieve this goal. Could it be you?
GSK is a place where outstanding people do amazing things. As a science-led global healthcare company, we exist to help people do more, feel better, live longer.
Everyone at GSK is focused on three pillars: Innovation, Performance and Trust. An important part of trust is for us to be a modern employer. We want to represent the modern world that we live, work and compete in, so every single employee can feel supported when they come to work at GSK, and give the best of themselves every day.
Interested in joining us? We're looking forward to hearing from you!
Working at GSK
We could tell you what it’s like to work at GSK, but we think it’s better to let our colleagues do that. Meet some of our people from across our company as they talk about their roles; what brought them to GSK; why they enjoy what they do; and much more.
Procurement – Future Leaders Programme, Poland, 2021
Exciting minds with our Future Leaders graduate programme – Procurement Education required: a Master degree in business, supply chain, or any technical or scientific field with a strong business focus/interest
Commercial Management (Pharmaceuticals) – Future Leaders Programme, Sweden – 2021
Exciting minds with the Commercial Management Future Leaders graduate programme in our Pharmaceuticals organisation
Diversity & Inclusion
We aim to create an inclusive workplace to attract and retain the most talented people from all backgrounds and cultures.
We focus on creating an inclusive organisation where all employees feel engaged and know their work makes an important contribution. An inclusive environment welcomes different knowledge, perspectives, experiences and working styles from across our global population. This not only enhances individual creativity and innovation, it makes good business sense.
We encourage you to offer your time and skills to help others through our annual Orange Day that allows all employees to volunteer for a good cause. Once you have worked in the business for at least three years, our PULSE programme also offers the opportunity for skills-based volunteering. But employee volunteering isn’t purely giving to others. It helps our people to gain new experiences and skills plus, in many cases, a deeper understanding of patient needs.