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  • #1 in R&D and manufacturing
  • > 100,000 employees

GSK 2022 Industry Based Learning Programme - New Zealand (Expression of Interest)

Auckland
We are seeking expressions of interest from penultimate, final year undergraduate students or recent graduates looking to join GSK's IBL programme in January 2022.

Opportunity details

Opportunity Type
Internship
Number of Vacancies
5
Minimum Salary
NZD 45,000
Maximum Salary
NZD 55,000
Start Date
10 Jan 2022

Application dates

Applications Open
16 Feb 2021
Applications Close
1 Jul 2021

Minimum requirements

Minimum Prior Qualification
Bachelor
Accepting International Applications
Yes
Qualifications Accepted
B
Accounting
Commerce
Finance
Business Administration & Management
Economics
Human Resources
Marketing & Advertising
Public Relations
Transport, Logistics & Procurement
M
Biomedical Science
Health Administration
Medicine & Medical Science
Pharmacy & Pharmacology
Public Health
Medical & Health Sciences (all other)
S
Biochemistry
Chemistry
Earth Sciences
Environmental Science

Want to help people do more, feel better and live longer?

GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) is a world-leading pharmaceutical company with a mission to improve the quality of human life by enabling people to do more, feel better and live longer. We employ 100,000 people in over 115 countries, and our work covers three main areas: Pharmaceuticals, Vaccines and Consumer Healthcare.

We are seeking expressions of interest from undergraduate students or recent graduates looking to join NZ GSK's Industry Based Learning program in January 2022. We have exciting Auckland based opportunities opening later in the year for multiple areas of our business.


The Industry Based Learning Program:

  • Is an opportunity to work for a leading pharmaceutical company
  • Enables you to gain real work experience in a global company for 12-months
  • Allows you to to shape your own development and discover a career with purpose at the heart of global healthcare

What is it like?

Have a look at a day in the life articles on our profile and check out reviews from our past IBL's.

Sound like the opportunity for you?

If you would like to register your interest for the 2022 Industry Based Learning Program click on the 'Apply Now' button and we will contact you when applications open (please note this is an expression of interest, by registering your interest you will be directly notified when applications open for 2022).

For more information about our internship program and the application process visit our website at https://au.gsk.com/en-au/careers/students/

Preferred qualifications:

Penultimate or final year undergraduate student or recent graduates

Need help with your application?

Please email us at [email protected] and let us know how we can help you. We will make all reasonable modifications to support you throughout the recruitment process and we'll treat all information you give us in confidence. Please get in touch to help us process your application as soon as possible.

At GSK we believe in the power of an inclusive and diverse workforce. We aim to create an inclusive workplace where all employees feel engaged, supported and know that their work makes an important contribution. We are an equal opportunity employer and all applicants will be considered regardless of sexuality, age, religion, colour, ethnicity, gender identity or parental status. Māori and Pacifika New Zealanders are encouraged to apply for this position.’

GSK, e whakapono ana mātou ki te kaha o tētahi ohu mahi kanorau e kauawhi ana i te katoa. E whai nei mātou ki te whakarite i tētahi wāhi mahi e kauawhi ana i te katoa e whai wāhi ai, e tautokona ai hoki ngā kaimahi katoa, ā, e mōhio ai hoki rātou he āwhina nui ā rātou mahi. He kaitukumahi mātou e ōrite nei tā mātou whakatakoto huarahi mō te katoa, ā, ka whakaarohia ake ngā kaitono katoa ahakoa te hōkakatanga, te whakapono, te tae o te kiri, te mātāwaka, te tuakiri ā-ira, te tūranga matua rānei. E ākina ana te Māori me ngā uri o Te Moana-a-Kiwa kia tono i tēnei tūranga.

He aha te mea nui o te ao. He tāngata, he tāngata, he tāngata“What is the most important thing in the world? It is people, it is people, it is people.