Engineering at GSK
Do you thrive on creating solutions to complex challenges?
Engineering a better world
An exclusive report which looks at the critical role engineers play across our business. In particular, the video focuses on the role of engineers in developing the device for all of our new inhaled respiratory medicines.
Engineering in numbers
engineers across the globe
We employ engineers from 10 disciplines - including chemical, automation, electrical and environmental
"You have to enjoy problem solving"
Kelly Schwarz is a technical engineer working in the USA. A recent graduate, this is her first job since completing her degree.
Read on to learn more about what her role entails, the culture at GSK and her top tips for success.Read more
Meet our people
Lorraine, Engineering, UK
Lorraine is a chemical engineer at our Ware site. She talks about her varied career at GSK and what she most enjoys about her job.
Suzanne, Engineering, UK
Suzanne is a qualified engineer and leader in our Global Manufacturing and Supply organisation.
Ready to adapt, analyse and improve?
Here are some of our latest live engineering positions
Aseptic Facility Project Engineering Technician
Aseptic Facility Project Engineering Technician With the introduction of the new aseptic facility at Barnard Castle we have an...View job role
Plant Engineer (Mechanical)
Job Purpose: Mechanical and utility system operational authority for the biopharmaceutical process facility. Plans and implemen...View job role
Biopharm Product Technology Manager
Job Purpose: • Manage certain elements (such as upstream or downstream etc.) of the transfer of primary(drug substance) biophar...View job role
Working for 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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