Future Leaders Programme Environmental Health & Safety
Are you interested in playing your part in helping to protect and enhance people’s health and well being and also protecting the planet.
By joining our team of Environment Health and Safety (EHS) professionals there is an opportunity to do just that within GSK.
What is EHS all about?
We partner with the various departments across GSK to build a healthy, resilient, high performing workforce whilst striving for zero harm to our people and the environment. We focus on activities that build a values-based living safety culture that differentiates GSK from other companies, create safe workspaces and reduces risks and adverse impact to the environment and to our employees' health and well-being.
What will the programme be like?
As a graduate within our team, you can play a part in helping GSK move closer to its ambitions of zero workplace injuries and illnesses (a Living Safety culture) and Zero environmental impact from our products and activities. Our graduate programme is designed to give you a solid foundation across the breadth of EHS through potential rotations across occupational safety, occupational hygiene and medicine and public health, environmental management, coaching and energy and resilience across different business areas. You will be supported by coaching and training specific to rotations and have the opportunity to network with and learn from colleagues across the globe to gain international experience.
Our ultimate aim is to enable you to gain technical and business knowledge and develop leadership and communication skills to become a future EHS leader.
Do I have the skills?
We are looking for graduates who have/are expecting to achieve a 2:1 or equivalent in any science or engineering related degree. We want graduates who can demonstrate strong communication skills and a passion for building relationships, as well as an ambition to make a difference to people and the business.
How can I apply?
We are no longer accepting applications for this programme for 2014, please register your interest in our 2015 intake.