Business operations professionals
Business operations at GSK
Human resources help us find talented people and build rewarding careers. IT make our digital lives easier and procurement manage our relationships with suppliers. Meet some of the people at the heart of our business.
"I’ve got a clear view of how everything’s coming together. That’s the beauty of finance."
Dennis Kamm is the team lead for the central finance support team in the UK. His role gives him an insight into GSK’s financial performance. Here, he chats us through his career, what it’s like to work for us, and tips to follow in his footsteps.Read more
Business operations in numbers
people were recruited and on boarded in 2016
We work with over 40,000 suppliers globally
Meet our people
Ahsiya, Business operations, USA
Ahsiya Mencin leads our global employee volunteering programmes. She shares her career journey and explains how making brave choices helped her along the way.
Alvin, Business operations, Malaysia
Alvin Low is the HR manager for Consumer Healthcare in Malaysia. We spoke to him to find out more about his role, what makes the culture at GSK special, and what it takes to follow a similar career path.
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Pasantía – Área Marketing y Administración
Somos una compañía global enfocada en el cuidado de la salud con una misión: ayudar a las personas a hacer más, sentirse mejor ...View job role
Working at GSK
Happy, motivated people are key to the success of our business, so we do everything we can to make working here rewarding.
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