Exciting minds with our graduate programme
Help us lead in technology to improve lives
Help us use cutting-edge technology to reinvent the way we serve our patients, consumers and healthcare professionals, so we can help people do more, feel better, live longer.
We’re looking for leaders of the future in Technology
Are you a graduate with great tech know-how who can help us empower our people and drive our business? We have exciting new partnerships with cutting-edge companies – and we’re reinventing how we serve our patients, healthcare professionals and our consumers across our three businesses: Vaccines, Pharmaceuticals and Consumer Healthcare.
This is a rare opportunity to develop your skills and learn about the latest technologies and business processes in a dynamic healthcare environment. You’ll also discover the best ways to deliver key agile solutions and work collaboratively to implement our tech strategy.
Develop your career
Over two years, our Future Leaders graduate programme will challenge and support you to grow professionally and personally. You’ll have three varied and stretching rotations working on live projects alongside experts in the industry. Your rotations will provide you with the opportunity to experience working with different types of technology, across different parts of the GSK Tech business. In all our roles, you’ll work with a variety of different markets and cultures.
Clare's experience at GSK
"Being able to see first-hand the innovative approach the teams are taking is amazing. You can actually see how they are changing the way people engage with tech"
What can you expect?
You’ll have the opportunity to:
- continue to hone your technical skills on a tailored development programme
- work in a multicultural environment
- implement innovative sustainable ways of working that drive business performance
- work with a team to achieve unprecedented success
- join an international community of like-minded graduates who, alongside their day jobs, help shape and run the Future Leaders programme, for example, organising hackathons, running global tech debates with external leading experts, and more
What are the requirements?
- to be a talented, ambitious graduate with great technology skills
- a degree in IT, computer science, or a technology-related subject. Although, if you’ve got a track record for having success in technology, your degree could also be in maths, statistics or data science
- fresh thinking with innovative new ideas that boost productivity and efficiency
- to be hungry to learn and develop into a leadership position
- a strong interest in a career in the healthcare industry
- to be eligible to work in the country you’re applying for
- written and spoken fluency in your native language and English
Jeffery's experience at GSK
"In my master plan I see myself working in Supply Chain Optimisation. I really enjoy the work that I’ve been doing in Tech and production planning. It’s exposed me to the supply chain as a whole and I could really see myself driving improvements in how we deliver our products to our patients and our consumers"