- Do you want to step out of your comfort zone and face new challenges?
- Have you finished your studies and are looking for an entry level position?
- Are you eager to learn from a dynamic working environment?
- Are you ready for your next professional role?
You might have more than one reason for considering a next step in your career, be it in a science-related role or in the business support areas. We have exciting opportunities to explore whatever your motivation.
Fitting into a role with PharmaLex is not only about your technical skills and competencies. PharmaLex places equal importance on your fit with our culture and values. Our employees are key to our success, not only because of their expertise but also because of the unique personal skillset they bring into their day-to-day work.
We would like to let you know what to expect from a recruitment process within PharmaLex and give you some tips to be prepared to step into your candidate journey with us.
Stay connected. We are always interested in hearing from talented individuals.
Getting to know our Talent Acquisition experts
Preparing your application
You might have seen a specific Job opening on our career site or in another Job portal. If you are interested in applying, make sure that you register your profile on our career site and upload your CV / resume and a cover letter.
Some tips for your application process
- Submit your CV and cover letter in English (for those roles in which the language is required). In most cases our recruitment evaluation team is international.
- Specify the start and end dates of each professional experience
- Include your contact details in your CV (phone number and email address) and make sure they work!
- Use a clear font type (Calibri is recommended as it uses less ink when printing which is good for the environment!)
- Write a brief description or bullet points highlighting your activities / responsibilities for each role you have held. It helps us understand your profile.
- Double check any grammar and spelling for any mistakes.
- Include relevant information that supports your application (e.g. academic / educational background, certifications, languages, etc.)
- Be concise: as with most employers, we receive a high number of applicants. Explaining further about past experience and responsibilities on your CV is important, however it must also be impactful and straightforward.
- Be prepared: some initial interviews will be via telephone call or through an online platform. Make sure you have a good connection and a comfortable space.
- Make sure you pay attention to the conversation and always provide, truthful information about yourself. Stay authentic.