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Esprit R&D Development Programme

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We invest in scientific and technical excellence to develop and launch a pipeline of new products that meet the needs of patients and payers.

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Patrick Eidam
Research and development

Redefining our approach to healthcare

Our Esprit R&D development programme is currently seeking scientific and medical experts to support us as we revolutionise and redefine GSK’s approach to healthcare. This is an exciting and unique opportunity to develop and give you the autonomy to apply your scientific capabilities to help shape the fluid R&D environment.

It is an exciting time at as we are redefining R&D at GSK, with a focus on creating a new, best in-class scientific organization integrating the best practices from our existing Pharmaceutical and Vaccine divisions.

We understand, our company will look very different in ten years’ time, and we are looking for people to help drive this change through R&D.

What is unique about the Esprit R&D development programme?

The programme is GSK’s leading global talent development programme which builds a pipeline of talent, with the right technical capabilities and behaviours to drive our future strategic direction. Lasting three years, the programme has been created to attract high-potential individuals with the goal to support, stretch, develop and deliver the talent of the future.

The programme is a career differentiator for participants. Those who have a high level of success on the programme are recognised for their medical and scientific contributions and are well positioned to accelerate their careers in the R&D function within GSK.

How can I apply?

If you are interested in applying just click on the below ‘search by programme’ and enter #Esprit. 

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