Want to help people do more, feel better and live longer?
GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) is a global healthcare with a special purpose of helping people to do more, feel better and live longer. We employ 100,000 people in over 115 countries who work across our Pharmaceuticals, Vaccines and Consumer Healthcare businesses.
We are seeking penultimate or final year undergraduate students to join the 'Medical & Clinical' stream of GSK's Industry Based Learning program in January 2021. We have exciting opportunities based in Auckland (NZ).
What do 'Medical & Clinical' employees do at GSK?
The 'Medical & Clinical' team at GSK work to make sure that our current products are as effective as possible, whilst also aiding the innovation of GSK's future products.
What 'Medical & Clinical' roles are available in Auckland?
What is it like?
To see a full list of the 2021 IBL Job Descriptions, visit the GSK New Zealand Website and click on Careers>Students & Graduates.
To check out what a day in the life of some of our IBLs looks like visit the 'Day in the Life Stories' section of our GradNewZealand page.
Where can I find more information?
To hear from our Early Talent Recruiter and our current IBLs, register for our live Q&A session hosted by GradNewZealand on 10 July 3:00PM-4:00PM.
For more information about our internship program and the application process visit the students page of our website and our page on the GradNewZealand website.
Need help with your application?
Please email us at ANZ.Careers@gsk.com and let us know how we can help you. We will make all reasonable modifications to support you throughout the recruitment process and we'll treat all information you give us in confidence. Please get in touch to help us process your application as soon as possible.
At GSK we believe in the power of an inclusive and diverse workforce. We aim to create an inclusive workplace where all employees feel engaged, supported and know that their work makes an important contribution. We are an equal opportunity employer and all applicants will be considered regardless of sexuality, religion, colour, ethnicity, gender identity or parental status.