We know people have lots of questions when looking for new jobs, so we've put together the most frequently asked questions and their answers to help you.
You will receive full induction and training relevant to the role, and the department you will be working in.
We update vacancies regularly, so it pays to keep visiting. Alternatively, you can register your details so that we can keep in touch and let you know when a suitable role becomes available.
You do that through our careers website, by registering your CV and creating a profile. You can also create job alerts so you know when a job you may be interested in becomes available.
For us it’s not always about experience and qualifications, but what is crucial is a real desire to achieve, a passion for customer service and people who are in tune with our values.
In short, we’re looking for really passionate people who can make a real difference to our business.
Unfortunately we can’t accept applications after the closing date has passed for a vacancy.
If you’ve missed the closing date for a role then why not register your interest with us on our careers website for future opportunities?
Simply register your CV, create your profile and save job alerts so you hear about other opportunities which might interest you in the future.
The process depends on the role you have applied for. You will be contacted in the first instance so you know what to expect.
It does vary depending on the particular role, but typical stages include phone interviews, face to face interviews, assessment centres and ability tests.
We get lots of applications for our roles but we do try to respond to everyone as soon as possible.
We’ll get back to you within 10 working days of you submitting your application.
If you don’t hear from us within 10 working days you can assume you have been unsuccessful in your application.
Teva has operations in 4 main locations in the UK and a sales force that covers most regions and customer groups in the healthcare sector.
This includes our head office and distribution centre in Castleford, West Yorkshire, an office in Harlow, Essex, our packaging operations facility in Eastbourne and manufacturing operations in Runcorn which is a liquid-sterile manufacturing plant and research facility.
Gender pay reporting legislation requires employees with 250 or more employees to publish statutory calculations every year showing how large the pay gap is between their male and female employees.
In the UK, Teva has two entities, Teva UK and Teva Runcorn (Norton Healthcare). You can learn more about the gender pay data in these two entities here.
We publish our gender pay reporting via the GOV.UK website