Teva is a really diverse company, and as you'd expect we have lots of specific pharmaceutical-related jobs, such as pharmaceutical field sales roles, medical and regulatory affairs jobs.
We also have lots of jobs you would expect to see in a large organisation, like HR, communications, marketing, finance and IT.
We have jobs in West Yorkshire, jobs in Harlow, Essex, and jobs in Eastbourne, Sussex - the main Teva sites in the UK, plus jobs in Runcorn where Teva has a manufacturing site. In addition to this, we have a large number of pharmaceutical field sales roles across the UK.
We know that some of our jobs are advertised more frequently than others, so here's a brief overview of the typical jobs you can expect to find working at Teva:
Teva's pharmaceutical field sales jobs typically cover our innovative medicines in Central Nervous System and Respiratory therapy areas. Sales roles within our Generics business unit focus on the independent pharmacy sector.
In a pharmaceutical field sales role you'll grow and retain your business through your ability to build and develop mutually beneficial working relationships with your customers. By assessing their needs and understanding the different business drivers in the context of the NHS's formulary and funding criteria, you'll maximise sales for Teva's products across a defined territory.
You will work collaboratively with colleagues across the Teva business to make sure business objectives are achieved. You will be able to consistently meet, and ideally exceed, your performance measures. In addition, you will be responsible for ensuring that all promotional activity meets the standards of the Association of the British Pharmaceutical Industry (ABPI), and Teva's codes of practice.
It's all about developing working relationships with healthcare professionals to effectively influence adoption pathways and purchasing decisions. In a role like this you need to be able to build customer advocacy and loyalty.
"You will be able to build strong, long-lasting customer relationships whilst demonstrating a very strong ability to negotiate and influence."
Ideal candidates will have a proven track record in pharmaceutical sales, along with experience and knowledge of the NHS, plus you will hold the relevant ABPI qualification.
It's important that candidates show us they have knowledge of procurement within the NHS and demonstrate an understanding of negotiating formulary inclusion and hospital contract purchasing.
As a member of Teva's sales team, you will be able to build strong, long-lasting customer relationships whilst demonstrating a strong ability to negotiate and influence.
To fulfill the demands of this role, you will need excellent verbal and written communication skills, a high level of computer literacy, and the capability to analyse and interpret data.
Our regulatory affairs jobs in Essex are located in our Harlow office.
As a member of our regulatory affairs team, you will be responsible for the preparation, compilation, review and submission of high quality regulatory documentation. These submissions are made to Health Authorities in support of new marketing authorisation applications and the maintenance of existing licences.
To fulfill the requirements of this role, you will combine your knowledge of regulatory, scientific, legal and commercial issues to ensure medicines, which are developed, manufactured or distributed by the company, comply with the required regulatory legislation.
"You will combine your knowledge of regulatory, scientific, legal and commercial issues to ensure medicines comply with the required regulatory legislation."
For senior regulatory officer positions, ideal candidates will have at least 3 years' experience in regulatory affairs and a working knowledge of European procedures. Regulatory officers should have at least 1 years' experience in regulatory affairs or within the pharmaceutical industry.
As well as a good current knowledge of regulatory matters, candidates should have excellent communication skills, be able to work under pressure to tight timelines and to demonstrate resourcefulness. We’re looking for candidates who show an ability to evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of the technical and legal options open to Teva, someone who has a solid understanding of both legal and scientific matters, and the impact of those issues.
Attention to detail is a pre-requisite, an analytical mindset is important, too. The ability to tackle data in a wide range of scientific areas and to quickly grasp new concepts and complex technical information is vital.
The ideal candidate will have a life sciences or pharmacy related degree with some experience within regulatory affairs or Chemistry, Manufacturing and Controls (CMC).
Candidates should also be capable of working within a multi-disciplinary team and have a good appreciation of commercial requirements.
As Teva is one of the UK's biggest pharmaceutical companies, with a large team of regulatory affairs professionals, you’d be working in a key hub of Teva’s regulatory function, and you’d be joining a company where you can truly develop your career.
Our regulatory affairs jobs are based in Harlow, Essex. With our office right by Harlow Town station, we've got great transport links into London and beyond, and there's parking on site which is a definite bonus. Plus we have got great facilities on site for our employees.
We're looking for candidates with outstanding customer service skills for our team based in Castleford, near Leeds in West Yorkshire.
Our customer service jobs are based in Castleford, which is on the outskirts of Leeds, West Yorkshire, and your main relationship is with our pharmaceutical wholesaler businesses, who are Teva's direct customers. We also maintain a close relationship with retail pharmacy customers, updating them on all aspects of our product portfolio, including future product launches.
"Our customer service team is the first point of contact for pharmaceutical wholesalers and the reason why Teva has a reputation for developing and sustaining strong, long-term sales relationships with its customers."
Our customer service roles provide comprehensive support to our direct customers, sales teams and business divisions. This entails meeting the needs of both internal and external contacts and exceeding expectations at every level. You will also work collaboratively with other departments to ensure business objectives are achieved.
Rest assured, you'll never be part of a faceless call-centre. On the contrary, our customer services representatives are a select group of colleagues who are a key part of the larger sales team. As a result, you will be required to provide support and feedback to other relevant sales teams to help develop and maintain relationships with our customers to drive additional sales.
"This role isn't part of a faceless call-centre. Our customer services representatives are a select group of colleagues who are a key part of the larger sales team."
Ideal candidates will be educated to an A-level standard or equivalent, and have at least 2 years' experience within a customer service related environment. Additionally, you will need a clear understanding of reporting targets and presenting analytical data. We also expect that you will posses excellent communication skills and be able to work well under pressure.
Customer service jobs are based in our UK Head Office in Castleford, West Yorkshire, which is just ten minutes down the M62 from Leeds. We're 5 minutes walk from Glasshoughton station, in a modern distribution centre, with parking on site, employee restaurant and great facilities.
Our packaging jobs in Eastbourne require highly skilled candidates.
Our packaging jobs are based in Eastbourne, Sussex at our Packaging Operations Centre, which is recognised throughout Teva as a "Centre of Excellence for Packaging".
As a Packaging Technician, you will be responsible for the packaging of pharmaceutical products using modern, blister packaging and cartoning machines, and associated end of line equipment.
You'll be responsible for achieving production targets, while observing Good Manufacturing Practice guidelines are met through all packaging processes and procedures. This entails working on a rotating 12 hour day and night shift pattern where you will be required to stand for the majority of the time.
"You'll be responsible for achieving production targets, while observing Good Manufacturing Practice guidelines."
There are three stages of job development from induction and training, to qualified technician, to experienced, highly skilled level.
To succeed in this important role, candidates will need experience working in a similar manufacturing, process-driven environment.
Runcorn is home to two Research & Development (R&D) centres developing sterile drug products and device technology, as well as the Sterile Training Academy; a centre of excellence for manufacturing, safety and compliance training.
Teva Runcorn is a key manufacturing site for Teva’s global operations network. It is an aseptic sterile site that manufactures and fills sterile products using aseptic forming; filling and sealing of plastic ampoules using Blow Fill Seal and pre-filled syringe technology.
Teva Runcorn employs around 500 people, working in roles encompassing everything from quality assurance, manufacturing operations, research and development, chemistry, engineering, microbiology, quality control & systems and packaging.
One area of the production site is dedicated to making pre-filled syringe medicines such as Teva’s innovative medicine Copaxone® (glatiramer acetate injection). Copaxone® is used to treat multiple sclerosis (MS) a condition affecting the central nervous system, which means it affects your nerves and it’s caused when your immune system isn’t working properly. MS is different for everyone and you can get symptoms in many parts of your body. MS affects more than 2.3 million worldwide1 and in the UK around 100,000 people have MS.2
In our state-of-the-art manufacturing site, we have created a safe, clean and professional environment, which operates to the highest pharmaceutical standards. Continuous improvement and using the principles of ‘Lean manufacturing’ (i.e. eliminating any steps in a process that are wasteful) keep the site efficient and profitable. This allows us to further develop our employees expertise and to streamline the efficiency of our processes.
The site in Runcorn is recognised as a market leader in the field of Blow Fill Seal and pre-filled syringe technology. To achieve this takes cross-functional cooperation, skilled talented employees and great teamwork, which is why we employ highly skilled, highly educated specialists, who by their nature, want to develop their own specialisms and lead their field to help people live better days.
Our warehouse operative, and other operations jobs are based in Castleford, which is on the outskirts of Leeds, West Yorkshire, at our state of the art distribution centre.
As a warehouse operative, your responsibilities will include receiving goods, loading and unloading of goods, and fulfilling customer orders, ultimately ensuring that our medicines reach the patients that need them.
"You will be working in a clean and modern environment, with highly automated technology, to provide a great service to our customers."
This role is physically demanding and you will be on your feet for long periods. Experience of working with fork lift trucks would be an advantage, however, full training will be given.
In return, you will have the opportunity to work in a clean and modern environment, with the latest automated technology. Our distribution centre meets all the standards of Good Manufacturing Practice and Good Distribution Practice and is just one of the ways we provide a great service to our customers.
Warehouse operative jobs area based in our UK Head Office in Castleford, West Yorkshire, which is just ten minutes down the M62 from Leeds. We're 5 minutes walk from Glasshoughton station, in a modern distribution centre, with parking on site, an employee restaurant and great facilities.