Pfizer GT&E Rotational Development Associate in Andover, Massachusetts
The Pfizer Global Technology and Engineering (GTE) Rotational Development Program (RDP) is an entry-level, two-year assignment rotation program designed to provide recent graduates accelerated training in the Pharmaceutical Engineering and Technology fields. The program offers real world, hands-on experience in important roles and projects to the company while promoting personal and professional growth for the participants. As a part of a centralized global organization, program participants will have the opportunity to work on projects supporting sites and working with colleagues around the globe, including potential travel and temporary relocations. Successful program graduates will be assisted with securing a full-time position within Pfizer at the end of the two years.
Be responsible to deliver on key goals and objectives for the company and contribute to the overall success of the company.
Rotate through two to four challenging, demanding and diverse assignments in different disciplines targeted to provide career growth and experience.
Develop and enhance your communication skills as you may be responsible for advising others, participating in meetings, and providing presentations to other Pfizer personnel at all levels of the organization.
Gain exposure and experience in multiple disciplines within Technology and Engineering that may include Medical Devices and Combination Products, Biotechnology, Automation, Process Engineering, Engineering Operations, Equipment Engineering, Project Management, Safety, Sustainability, Data Analysis, and others.
Engage in innovation workshops with GT&E colleagues to help solve problems in the pharmaceutical industry
Effort will be made to have at least one rotation be on a manufacturing site working hands on with the Site Engineering or Technical Services departments.
Be paired with program mentors who provide guidance and oversight of your development in the program.
Obtain training focused to support your professional growth and development.
Report to a department manager in each assignment who will oversee your day-to-day responsibilities.
Complete at least one defined project each rotation
Perform other related duties as assigned or required.
Bachelor's degree in Engineering (Chemical, Mechanical, Industrial, Biomedical Engineering) or Life Sciences (Chemistry, Biochemistry, Microbiology) OR an Associate's degree with 4 years of experience OR a High School Diploma (or Equivalent) and 6 years of relevant experience
Strong academic performance (minimum 3.2 GPA preferred)
Previous work, internship, or co-op experience relevant to potential work within this program
Strong team skills with demonstrated leadership ability
Ability to learn quickly and adapt to changing requirements each rotation
Passion for learning and pursuing a career in the health care industry
Exceptional interpersonal skills and proven track record of teamwork, adaptability, innovation, and initiative
Must be immediately authorized to work in the U.S. without the employer's sponsorship. Please note that Pfizer will not be able to provide visa or permanent residence sponsorship for this job or any derived full-time opportunity. Pfizer is an equal opportunity and E-Verify employer.
Relocation assistance may be available based on business needs and/or eligibility.
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