What drives us.
In our work in the divison Roche Pharmaceuticals, we strive to find effective treatments for patients around the world. Our development focus areas are oncology, immunology, ophthalmology, neuroscience, and infectious and rare diseases. Complex clinical trials, careful result analyses, high standards of safety, and close cooperation with regulatory authorities – these are the steps we take to achieve our goal of providing personalised healthcare with differentiated medicines for defined indications. The Diagnostics Division and its development organisation are working on diagnostic tests, systems and tools for the benefit of patients across the whole healthcare spectrum. We deliver solutions to prevent, diagnose and monitor diseases and also develop hardware, e.g. the electronic, mechanical and optical systems used in laboratory instruments. In addition, we create software that controls the systems and provides data management and connectivity with laboratories and hospitals.
What makes us different.
Company-wide teamwork on a global scale is one of the keys to our success. Every year, the Roche Group invests around nine billion Swiss francs in research and development. This makes us one of the world’s leading R&D investors. As a company, we are a leader in innovation; as an employer, we are a partnershiporiented team player. Would you like to redefine the limits of medical progress as a member of our team?
One employer. Many positions. Endless possibilities.
Do you believe that you grow with your responsibilities? If so, you’ll find the ideal conditions with us: Our employees are among the industry’s most talented in their field. Our Pharma development centres are in Basel (Switzerland), South San Francisco (USA), Welwyn (UK), Mississauga (Canada) and Shanghai (China). We also have a translational and clinical research centre in New York (USA). Our Diagnostics development centres are located in Indianapolis (USA), Pleasanton (USA), Mannheim (Germany) and Rotkreuz (Switzerland). Are you ready to make your mark on the world of personalised healthcare?