Apprentices

Our Apprentice Program provides recent and soon-to-be high school graduates the opportunity to build technical skills through a tailored entry-level development program.

Apprenticeships

GSK’s Apprentice Program is a 3-4-year long program that provides you with the opportunity to jumpstart their career while pursuing a college education. During the program, our apprentices receive a combination of paid on-the-job training while studying towards their associate's degree, or trade qualification, fully funded, at one of GSK’s partnering colleges. All apprenticeships are registered with the Department of Labor at each site, and apprentices receive a certificate of completion from the US Department of Labor at the end of their program. 

 

Apprentice vs Intern/Co-op: What is the difference?

GSK’s Internship and Co-Op Program is a unique opportunity that allows students to enhance and develop skills that are learned in the classroom in a real work environment. Internships are paid 10-12 week-long summer assignments, and Co-Op are paid 6-12-month long assignments. Eligible applicants must have active student status and/or within 12 months of graduating from a degree program.

To learn more and apply to internships and co-ops. please visit Internships and co-ops | GSK US. To register your interest for GSK's Intern/Co-op program, or our Future Leaders graduate program, please visit GSK Get Ahead - Connectr.

Achieve your career goals on our Apprentice Program

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We offer a variety of apprenticeships across many of our sites in the US. The Apprentice Program offers you the chance to study fully funded towards nationally recognized qualifications while gaining valuable, paid work experience. We look for apprentices to join us who ideally live within a 60-minute commute of their chosen site.

The types of apprenticeships we offer are dependent upon business needs, and the availability of roles will vary by GSK work site. As an Apprentice, you will study part-time towards an Associate’s degree (AAS) aligned to your program at one of GSK’s partnering community colleges, or a trade qualification, fully funded by GSK, with the potential to go on to further study.

Upon completion of the program, you will also receive a Certificate of Apprenticeship Completion from the US Department of Labor, an industry-issued, portable, nationally recognized credential that certifies occupational proficiency. Working with both your line and program manager we want to identify the right opportunities to help you succeed in the short term and throughout your career with us. You will also be assigned a buddy or a mentor who will be there to offer support and guidance throughout your apprenticeship.

Where do I apply? When will I start?

Apprentices are recruited for yearly. Recruitment for 2024 apprenticeships will open in November 2023. Check back to find out the availability of 2024 apprenticeship opportunities! 

Click here and search #ApprenticeUS to view all open apprentice positions and apply.

The start date for 2024 Apprentices will be August 2024.

Our application process


Our application form does not take long to complete. We will ask you to add details about your studies and confirm your eligibility to work in the market where your chosen program is based. You will have the opportunity to upload your resume.

Be accurate

Make sure you meet the criteria for your chosen program. If the basic role qualifications are not met, you may receive an automatic response declining your application.

Top tips for your application:

  • Make sure you apply early. We recruit on an ongoing basis and prioritize applications based on the application date.
  • Confirm your eligibility and complete your application carefully, don’t rush. This is your first opportunity to show us your motivation, skills, and to make a good impression.
  • Research GSK before applying to determine if we are the right company for you.
  • Think about the skills you have to bring to your desired role that will add value to the apprenticeship and help GSK make an impact to patients’ lives.
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For the next step of the application process we’ll invite you to complete our ‘World of GSK’ online assessment. This will help us determine your strengths and suitability for our Early Talent programs. It will also give you an insight into what we do and how we work.

During the online assessment you will watch videos featuring some of our colleagues who will tell you about what they do at GSK. Scenarios will then be set and we will ask you how you would manage the situation.

After you complete the ‘World of GSK’ assessment, we will let you know if you have made it to the next stage.

Don’t worry, you do not need to have any prior knowledge of GSK, or the healthcare/biopharma industry to succeed at any stage of the application.

Be timely

You will receive an email inviting you to complete the assessment after submitting your application. However, remember you only have five days to complete it. Do not leave it too late. The assessment is not timed, so we recommend that you do take your time as you progress through it.

Be prepared

Have a pen, paper, and calculator to hand. You may want to take notes, and for some questions you might need to interpret numerical data and complete calculations.

Check your internet

Make sure your internet connection is reliable before starting the assessment.

Take care

Read the instructions carefully and complete the assessment in a quiet room with no distractions. We suggest you do so at the time of day you feel most energized.

Get help

Feel free to contact us if you experience any technical issues while completing the assessment. If you require any reasonable adjustments due to a disability, please also get in touch.

You can reach us at am.earlytalentrecruitment@gsk.com

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If you are successful in our World of GSK Assessment Center, you will be contacted by a recruiter to set up a phone interview.

We will ask you motivational-based questions as well as ask you about your career aspirations and any skills/interests you have.

Take time to think about how you would be a good fit for this role. Showcase your skills (Do you like building things? Might be a good fit for a manufacturing role!... Do you like working with your hands on a smaller scale (think chemistry sets, legos, knitting, etc.)? Might be a good fit for lab analyst work!)

Relax and come as you are. We want to see the real you shine!

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if you progress to our Assessment Center, then congratulations — you are through to our final stage!

Here, you will gain an even greater insight into what it’s like to work at a world-leading biopharmaceutical organization. You will also have the opportunity to see how you will fit in. You can ask questions, meet potential future colleagues and see our working culture first-hand.

You will spend half a day taking part in immersive exercises. These may include individual exercises, a group or paired exercise and a strengths-based interview. You will receive more information in your Assessment Center invite.

We have designed the Assessment Center to bring out the best in you. We want to see what you are capable of and show you why we are such an exceptional place to work.

Be yourself

Relax and show us your strengths. We want to help you find your perfect job, so you can fulfil your potential.

Keep calm

Do not worry if an exercise doesn’t go well. You will have other opportunities to answer different questions. You aren’t judged for taking your time!

Interview us

Feel free to ask us lots of questions to find out whether we’re right for you.

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Great news! If you succeed at the Assessment Center, we will make you an offer to join your our Apprentice program. We will talk you through the next steps and use everything we have learned about you to make sure you get off to the best possible start in your future career.

Congratulate yourself!

You have done very well and are about to embark on an exceptional Apprentice program at one of the world’s largest biopharma companies.

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Top tips for your application

  • Make sure you apply early. We recruit on an ongoing basis and prioritize applications based on the application date.
  • Confirm your eligibility and complete your application carefully, don’t rush. This is your first opportunity to show us your motivation, skills, and to make a good impression.
  • Research GSK before applying to determine if we are the right company for you.
  • Think about the skills you have to bring to your desired role that will add value to the apprenticeship and help GSK make an impact to patients’ lives.

Our apprenticeships will give you hands-on experience in your chosen area, and the chance to play a key role in contributing to the future success of GSK.

The program will offer you on-the-job learning from industry leaders while earning a competitive compensation package, college enrollment in an Associate’s Degree program paid for by GSK, and the opportunity to receive a Certificate of Apprenticeship Completion from the US Department of Labor. 

If you are a highly motivated individual who likes to learn by doing, an apprenticeship may be right for you.

Click here and search #ApprenticeUS to view all open Apprentice positions.

If you have any questions about your application, please contact us at am.earlytalentrecruitment@gk.com

Apprenticeship opportunities

Click each role below for details and qualifications


We are looking for highly motivated individuals with an interest in engineering, who are looking to jump-start their career in the pharmaceutical industry. The automation technician apprenticeship program allows you to develop hands-on technical skills in our manufacturing facilities while continuing your education and studying towards nationally recognized qualifications.

Technicians at GSK are responsible for troubleshooting, maintaining and improving our leading-edge manufacturing facilities that deliver life-saving vaccines and medicines. We are investing heavily in innovative engineering and manufacturing technology and apprentices are key to helping us deliver that vision and maintaining our production equipment/technology.

Working at our pharmaceutical manufacturing site, you will help to ensure we have the latest, safe, efficient, and reliable processes and equipment to deliver life-saving medicines and vaccines to people in 90 % of the world’s countries. This role will enable you to develop your skills in an industry that’s making radical changes to the way it develops and manufactures products.

What does this apprenticeship offer me?

Over the course of this paid 4-year program, you will spend part of your week gaining hands-on training from our in-house industry experts at our manufacturing sites, combined with early responsibility to help you develop and progress. As an automation technician apprentice, you will have the opportunity to develop mechanical, electrical, instrumentation, control & automation skills. Your rotations may include time in manufacturing, packaging, maintenance utilities and/or automation.

Your role may involve:

· Developing mechanical, electrical, control and instrumentation skills

· Learning how to maintain production, packaging and service equipment

· Carrying out routine maintenance

· Diagnosing and resolving breakdowns

· Helping to design, install and test new equipment

You will study part-time towards an Associate’s degree (AAS) in Engineering Technology at one of GSK’s partnering community colleges fully funded by GSK- NO COLLEGE DEBT. Upon completion of the program, you will also receive a Certificate of Apprenticeship Completion from the US Department of Labor, an industry-issued, portable nationally recognized credential that certifies occupational proficiency.

What qualifications do you need?

To be eligible for our Automation Technician apprenticeship program, you will need:

· Must have earned a high school diploma or equivalency diploma by June 2024

· High school GPA 2.5 (“B”) or above (4.0 scale)

· High school Algebra and Geometry or 2 units equivalent of academic math (GPA 2.5 or above in each case)

· High school English (GPA 2.5 or above)

· Have studied engineering, physics, electronics, mechanics, technology, robotics, or shop at High School is preferred

Additional requirements:

· At least 18 years old by August 1st, 2024

· Less than 2 years of related work experience since graduating from high school

· If offered a position the candidate must be willing to enroll and meet the entry requirements of our partner community college for related training instruction

· Must be able to commute daily to the GSK manufacturing facility and related technical institutions

Click here and search #ApprenticeUS to view all open Apprentice positions.

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We are looking for highly motivated individuals with an interest in science, who are looking to jump-start their career in the biopharmaceutical industry. The biochemist associate apprenticeship program allows you to develop hands-on skills and knowledge to tackle a variety of scientific challenges working in our biopharmaceutical manufacturing laboratories – the heartbeat of our company- while continuing your education and studying towards nationally recognized qualifications.

Working at our biopharmaceutical manufacturing site, you will help to ensure we have the latest, safe, efficient, and reliable processes and equipment to deliver life-saving medicines and vaccines to people in 90 % of the world’s countries. This role will enable you to develop your skills in an industry that’s making radical changes to the way it develops and manufactures products.

What does this apprenticeship offer me?

Over the course of this paid 4-year program, you will spend part of your week gaining hands-on training from our in-house industry experts in the laboratories at our biopharmaceutical manufacturing sites, combined with early responsibility to help you develop and progress. As a biochemist associate apprentice, your role may involve:

· Operating specialist laboratory equipment and instrumentation to test our products and raw materials

· Learning about the process each drug or product follows through to full-scale manufacturing

· Conducting microbiological & environmental sampling and testing

· Operating specialist equipment to improve testing procedures

· Developing your knowledge in analytical chemistry

You will study part-time towards an Associate’s degree (AAS) in Biotechnology at one of GSK’s partnering community colleges fully funded by GSK- NO COLLEGE DEBT. Upon completion of the program, you will also receive a Certificate of Apprenticeship Completion from the US Department of Labor, an industry-issued, portable nationally recognized credential that certifies occupational proficiency.

What qualifications do you need?

To be eligible for our biochemist associate apprenticeship program, you will need:

· Must have earned a high school diploma or equivalency diploma by June 2024

· High school GPA 2.5 (“B”) or above (4.0 scale)

· High school Math and English math (GPA 2.5 or above in each case)

· High school Chemistry or Biology (GPA 2.5 or above)

· Have studied AP Chemistry or Biology in High School is preferred

Additional requirements:

· At least 18 years old by August 1st, 2024

· Less than 2 years of related work experience since graduating from high school

· If offered a position the candidate must be willing to enroll and meet the entry requirements of our partner community college for related training instruction

· Must be able to commute daily to the GSK manufacturing facility and related technical institution

Click here and search #ApprenticeUS to view all open Apprentice positions.

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We are looking for highly motivated individuals with an interest in science or engineering, who are looking to jump-start their career in the biopharmaceutical industry. The biopharmaceutical manufacturing associate apprenticeship program allows you to develop hands-on skills and knowledge to support the production of our life-saving medicines while continuing your education and studying towards nationally recognized qualifications.

Working at our biopharmaceutical manufacturing site, you will help to ensure we have the latest, safe, efficient, and reliable processes and equipment to deliver life-saving medicines and vaccines to people in 90 % of the world’s countries. This role will enable you to develop your skills in an industry that’s making radical changes to the way it develops and manufactures products.

What does this apprenticeship offer me?

Over the course of this paid 4-year program, you will spend part of your week gaining hands-on training from our in-house industry experts learning how our products are made in order to be able to confidently support manufacturing new and existing products, process controls & validation as well as process improvement work. Depending on your preferences, strengths and ambition, this apprenticeship could lead to many career directions including manufacturing or process technologist, equipment and automation support, operations management and operational quality.

Your role may involve:

· Performing complex manufacturing processes in a highly automated, regulated environment – ensuring quality, safety and accuracy in all that we do

· Operating bioreactors, chromatography columns, parts washers, and autoclaves, to make our products

· Preparing media and buffer solutions for the manufacturing processes

· Monitoring and analyzing production processes and data, utilizing various instruments and control systems

· Working in teams to continuously improve the functionality of our automated equipment and processes

You will study part-time towards an Associate’s degree (AAS) in Biotechnology or Engineering Technology at one of GSK’s partnering community colleges fully funded by GSK- NO COLLEGE DEBT. Upon completion of the program, you will also receive a Certificate of Apprenticeship Completion from the US Department of Labor, an industry-issued, portable nationally recognized credential that certifies occupational proficiency.

What qualifications do you need?

To be eligible for our biopharmaceutical manufacturing associate apprenticeship program, you will need:

· Must have earned a high school diploma or equivalency diploma by June 2024 

· High school GPA 2.5 (“B”) or above (4.0 scale)

· High school Math and English math (GPA 2.5 or above in each case)

· High school Chemistry or Biology (GPA 2.5 or above)

· Have studied AP Chemistry or Biology in High School is preferred

· Having studied technology, robotics, shop at High School is preferred

Additional requirements:

· At least 18 years old by August 1st, 2024

· Less than 2 years of related work experience since graduating from high school

· If offered a position the candidate must be willing to enroll and meet the entry requirements of our partner community college for related training instruction

· Must be able to commute daily to the GSK manufacturing facility and related technical institution

Click here and search #ApprenticeUS to view all open Apprentice positions.

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We are looking for highly motivated individuals with an interest in engineering, who are looking to jump-start their career in the pharmaceutical industry. The calibration & instrumentation technician apprenticeship program allows you to develop hands-on technical skills in our manufacturing facilities while continuing your education and studying towards nationally recognized qualifications.

Technicians at GSK are responsible for troubleshooting, maintaining and improving our leading-edge manufacturing facilities that deliver life-saving vaccines and medicines. We are investing heavily in innovative engineering and manufacturing technology and apprentices are key to helping us deliver that vision and maintaining our production equipment/technology.

Working at our biopharmaceutical manufacturing site, you will help to ensure we have the latest, safe, efficient, and reliable processes and equipment to deliver life-saving medicines and vaccines to people in 90 % of the world’s countries. This role will enable you to develop your skills in an industry that’s making radical changes to the way it develops and manufactures products.

What does this apprenticeship offer me?

Over the course of this paid 4-year program, you will spend part of your week gaining hands-on training from our in-house industry experts at our manufacturing sites, combined with early responsibility to help you develop and progress. As a calibration & instrumentation technician apprentice, you will have the opportunity to develop mechanical, electrical, instrumentation, control & automation skills.

Your role may involve:

· Develop control, instrumentation and electrical skills to provide preventive maintenance and repair services to support the biopharmaceutical process, ensuring quality and safety in all that we do

· Troubleshooting and repairing circuit boards and using schematic or logic diagrams and diagnostic instruments to locate electronic control system or electrical system malfunctions

· Coordinate with third-party vendors to assist with procuring replacement instrumentation and related hardware and ensure that the instrumentation spare parts inventory is maintained

· Maintain required records, logs and inspection forms. Maintains metrology and other computer system databases by entering information, retrieving records and formatting reports

· Work independently and as part of a team to perform normal maintenance routines and emergency response procedures

You will study part-time towards an Associate’s degree (AAS) in Engineering Technology at one of GSK’s partnering community colleges fully funded by GSK- NO COLLEGE DEBT. Upon completion of the program, you will also receive a Certificate of Apprenticeship Completion from the US Department of Labor, an industry-issued, portable nationally recognized credential that certifies occupational proficiency.

What qualifications do you need?

To be eligible for our Calibration & Instrumentation Technician apprenticeship program, you will need:

· Must have earned a high school diploma or equivalency diploma by June 2024

· High school GPA 2.5 (“B”) or above (4.0 scale)

· High school Algebra and Geometry or 2 units equivalent of academic math (GPA 2.5 or above in each case)

· High school English (GPA 2.5 or above)

· Have studied engineering, physics, electronics, mechanics, technology, robotics, trigonometry, drafting/ CADD or shop at High School is preferred

Additional requirements:

· At least 18 years old by August 1st, 2024

· Less than 2 years of related work experience since graduating from high school

· If offered a position the candidate must be willing to enroll and meet the entry requirements of our partner community college for related training instruction

· Must be able to commute daily to the GSK manufacturing facility and related technical institution

Click here and search #ApprenticeUS to view all open Apprentice positions.

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We are looking for highly motivated individuals with an interest in engineering, who are looking to jump-start their career in the pharmaceutical industry. The electrician technician apprenticeship program allows you to develop hands-on technical skills in our manufacturing facilities while continuing your education in the electrical trade.

Working at our biopharmaceutical manufacturing site, you will help to ensure we have the latest, safe, efficient, and reliable processes and equipment to deliver life-saving medicines and vaccines to people in 90 % of the world’s countries. This role will enable you to develop your skills in an industry that’s making radical changes to the way it develops and manufactures products.

What will this apprenticeship offer me?

Our electrician technician apprenticeship offers you the chance to study towards nationally recognized qualifications while gaining valuable, paid work experience. This apprenticeship is a paid, four-year program. You will work a 4-day week in our manufacturing facility, rotating through different receiving tailored on-the-job training from our in-house industry experts. Electrician apprentices will attend college 2 evenings per week studying towards an IEC (Independent Electrical Contractors) Certificate of Competency, fully funded by GSK – NO COLLEGE DEBT!

Upon completion of the program, you will also receive a Certificate of Apprenticeship Completion from the US Department of Labor, an industry-issued, portable nationally recognized credential that certifies occupational proficiency.

What qualifications do you need?

To be eligible for our electrician technician apprenticeship program, you will need:

· Must have earned a high school diploma or equivalency diploma by June 2024

· High school GPA 2.5 (“B”) or above (4.0 scale)

· High school Algebra and Geometry or 2 units equivalent of academic math (GPA 2.5 or above in each case)

· High school English (GPA 2.5 or above)

· Have studied engineering, physics, electronics, mechanics, technology, robotics, or shop at High School is preferred

Additional requirements:

· At least 18 years old by August 1st, 2024

· Less than 2 years of related work experience since graduating from high school

· If offered a position the candidate must be willing to enrol, and meet entry requirements of the IECC for related training instruction

· Must be able to commute daily to the GSK manufacturing facility and related technical institution

Click here and search #ApprenticeUS to view all open Apprentice positions.

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We are looking for highly motivated individuals with an interest in engineering, who are looking to jump-start their career in the pharmaceutical industry. The electro-mechanical technician apprenticeship program allows you to develop hands-on technical skills in our manufacturing facilities while continuing your education and studying towards nationally recognized qualifications.

Technicians at GSK are responsible for troubleshooting, maintaining and improving our leading-edge manufacturing facilities that deliver life-saving vaccines and medicines. We are investing heavily in innovative engineering and manufacturing technology and apprentices are key to helping us deliver that vision and maintaining our production equipment/technology.

Working at our pharmaceutical manufacturing site, you will help to ensure we have the latest, safe, efficient, and reliable processes and equipment to deliver life-saving medicines and vaccines to people in 90 % of the world’s countries. This role will enable you to develop your skills in an industry that’s making radical changes to the way it develops and manufactures products.

What does this apprenticeship offer me?

Over the course of this paid 4-year program, you will spend part of your week gaining hands-on training from our in-house industry experts at our manufacturing sites, combined with early responsibility to help you develop and progress. You will spend time in the manufacturing facility learning new skills while rotating through various engineering teams across the site. Your rotations may include time in manufacturing, packaging, maintenance utilities and/or automation.

Your role may involve:

· Developing mechanical, electrical, control and instrumentation skills

· Learning how to maintain production, packaging and service equipment

· Carrying out routine maintenance

· Diagnosing and resolving breakdowns

· Helping to design, install and test new equipment

You will attend college approx. 1 day per week and study towards an AAS in Mechanical Engineering Technology, fully funded- NO COLLEGE DEBT. Upon completion of the program, you will also receive a Certificate of Apprenticeship Completion from the US Department of Labor, an industry-issued, portable nationally recognized credential that certifies occupational proficiency.

What qualifications do you need?

To be eligible for our electro-mechanical technician apprenticeship program, you will need:

· Must have earned a high school diploma or equivalency diploma by June 2024

· High school GPA 2.5 (“B”) or above (4.0 scale)

· High school Algebra and Geometry or 2 units equivalent of academic math (GPA 2.5 or above in each case)

· High school English (GPA 2.5 or above)

· Have studied engineering, physics, electronics, mechanics, technology, robotics, or shop at High School is preferred

Additional requirements:

· At least 18 years old by August 1st, 2024

· Less than 2 years of related work experience since graduating from high school

· If offered a position the candidate must be willing to enrol and meet entry requirements of our partner community college for related training instruction

· Must be able to commute daily to the GSK manufacturing facility and related technical institution

Click here and search #ApprenticeUS to view all open Apprentice positions.

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We are looking for highly motivated individuals with an interest in engineering, who are looking to jump-start their career in the pharmaceutical industry. The engineering compliance technician apprenticeship program allows you to develop hands-on technical skills in our manufacturing facilities while continuing your education and studying towards nationally recognized qualifications. Technicians at GSK are responsible for troubleshooting, maintaining and improving our leading-edge manufacturing facilities that deliver life-saving vaccines and medicines.

We are investing heavily in innovative engineering and manufacturing technology and apprentices are key to helping us deliver that vision and maintaining our production equipment/technology. Working at our biopharmaceutical manufacturing site, you will help to ensure we have the latest, safe, efficient, and reliable processes and equipment to deliver life-saving medicines and vaccines to people in 90 % of the world’s countries. This role will enable you to develop your skills in an industry that’s making radical changes to the way it develops and manufactures products.

What does this apprenticeship offer me?

Over the course of this paid 4-year program, you will spend part of your week gaining hands-on training from our in-house industry experts at our manufacturing sites, combined with early responsibility to help you develop and progress. As an engineering compliance technician apprentice, your role may involve:

· Being part of a team introducing new equipment or processes

· Working in teams to continuously improve our automated equipment and processes

· Troubleshooting problems and identifying areas for improvement, while ensuring quality, safety and accuracy in all that we do

· Participating in projects to convert manual processes to digital processes (digital transformation)

· Writing technical reports and procedures for new equipment or processes and working with different teams to successfully implement them

· Collecting and analyzing data from the new equipment and procedures to ensure they are working as designed

You will study part-time towards an Associate’s degree (AAS) in Engineering Technology at one of GSK’s partnering community colleges fully funded by GSK- NO COLLEGE DEBT. Upon completion of the program, you will also receive a Certificate of Apprenticeship Completion from the US Department of Labor, an industry-issued, portable nationally recognized credential that certifies occupational proficiency.

What qualifications do you need?

To be eligible for our Engineering Compliance Technician apprenticeship program, you will need:

· Must have earned a high school diploma or equivalency diploma by June 2024

· High school GPA 2.5 (“B”) or above (4.0 scale)

· High school Algebra and Geometry or 2 units equivalent of academic math (GPA 2.5 or above in each case)

· High school English (GPA 2.5 or above)

· Have studied engineering, technology, robotics, or shop in High School is preferred

Additional requirements:

· At least 18 years old by August 1st, 2024

· Less than 2 years of related work experience since graduating from high school

· If offered a position the candidate must be willing to enroll and meet the entry requirements of our partner community college for related training instruction

· Must be able to commute daily to the GSK manufacturing facility and related technical institution

Click here and search #ApprenticeUS to view all open Apprentice positions.

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We are looking for highly motivated individuals with an interest in science, who are looking to jump-start their career in the pharmaceutical industry. The lab analyst apprenticeship program allows you to develop hands-on skills and knowledge to tackle a variety of scientific challenges working in our pharmaceutical manufacturing laboratories – the heartbeat of our company-while continuing your education and studying towards nationally recognized qualifications.

Working at our pharmaceutical manufacturing site, you will help to ensure we have the latest, safe, efficient, and reliable processes and equipment to deliver life-saving medicines and vaccines to people in 90 % of the world’s countries. This role will enable you to develop your skills in an industry that’s making radical changes to the way it develops and manufactures products.

What does this apprenticeship offer me?

Over the course of this paid 4-year program, you will spend part of your week gaining hands-on training from our in-house industry experts in the laboratories at our biopharmaceutical manufacturing site, combined with early responsibility to help you develop and progress. As a lab analyst apprentice, your role may involve:

· Working as part of a team to support the routine analysis of raw materials, manufactured and stability samples using classical and chromatographic techniques as appropriate

· Manage the smooth and efficient flow of samples and products from manufacturing, logistics and other areas on-site to the laboratory

· Sample, test, report and validate final products, intermediates, raw materials and in-process samples to defined procedures

· Consistently operate to Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) and Good Laboratories Practices (GLP) standards to ensure compliant product testing

· Maintain and calibrate a wide range of analytical equipment to ensure continual production of accurate and precise results

· Learning about the process each drug or product follows through to full-scale manufacturing

· Looking for ways to improve safety, quality and laboratory processes

What qualifications do you need?

To be eligible for our lab analyst apprenticeship program, you will need:

· Must have earned a high school diploma or equivalency diploma by June 2024. High school GPA 2.5 (“B”) or above (4.0 scale)

· High school Math and English (GPA 2.5 or above in each case)

· High school Chemistry or Biology (GPA 2.5 or above)

· Have studied AP Chemistry or Biology in High School is preferred

Additional requirements:

· At least 18 years old by August 1st, 2024

· Less than 2 years of related work experience since graduating from high school

· If offered a position the candidate must be willing to enroll and meet the entry requirements of our partner community college for related training instruction

· Must be able to commute daily to the GSK manufacturing facility and related technical institution

Click here and search #ApprenticeUS to view all open Apprentice positions.

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We are looking for highly motivated who are looking to jump-start their career in the pharmaceutical industry. Our logistics coordinator apprenticeship will give you the opportunity to play a key role in helping the company source raw materials, manufacture our products and deliver medicines to patients all over the world while continuing your education and studying towards nationally recognized qualifications.

Working at our biopharmaceutical manufacturing site, you will gain a strong understanding of the steps involved in an end-to-end supply chain of our life-saving vaccines and medicines and play a key role in ensuring that GSK makes the right products and delivers them to the right place at the right time.

What does this apprenticeship offer me?

Over the course of this paid 4-year program, you will spend part of your week gaining hands-on training from our in-house industry experts gaining insight into how products and goods are made and shipped, including warehouse operations. You’ll also learn how to use and interpret supply chain data to organize our raw materials and help plan and implement our manufacturing and product delivery schedules. You will have the opportunity to develop your skills and knowledge in a number of areas. These might include:

· Assisting the planning department in their role through inputting data to measure key performance indicators (KPIs)

· Helping team members with data collection, and trending to measure KPIs

· Have responsibility for putting together metrics for performance meetings

· Picking up your own portfolio of products to manage as you gain responsibility and progress in the role

· Working alongside colleagues on key projects liaising with external contractors, and having the opportunity to lead your own projects as well

You will study part-time towards an Associate’s degree (AAS) in Global Supply Chain Management at one of GSK’s partnering community colleges fully funded by GSK- NO COLLEGE DEBT. Upon completion of the program, you will also receive a Certificate of Apprenticeship Completion from the US Department of Labor, an industry-issued, portable nationally recognized credential that certifies occupational proficiency.

To be eligible for our logistics coordinator apprenticeship program, you will need:

· Must have earned a high school diploma or equivalency diploma by June 2024

· High school GPA 2.5 (“B”) or above (4.0 scale)

· High school Math and English (GPA 2.5 or above in each case)

What qualifications do you need?

Additional requirements:

· At least 18 years old by August 1st, 2024

· Less than 2 years of related work experience since graduating from high school

· If offered a position the candidate must be willing to enroll and meet the entry requirements of our partner community college for related training instruction

· Must be able to commute daily to the GSK manufacturing facility and related technical institution

Click here and search #ApprenticeUS to view all open Apprentice positions.

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We are looking for highly motivated individuals with an interest in engineering, who are looking to jump-start their career in the pharmaceutical industry. The maintenance mechanic technician apprenticeship program allows you to develop hands-on technical skills in our manufacturing facilities while continuing your education and studying towards nationally recognized qualifications.

Technicians at GSK are responsible for troubleshooting, maintaining and improving our leading-edge manufacturing facilities that deliver life-saving vaccines and medicines. We are investing heavily in innovative engineering and manufacturing technology and apprentices are key to helping us deliver that vision and maintaining our production equipment/technology.

Working at our pharmaceutical manufacturing site, you will help to ensure we have the latest, safe, efficient, and reliable processes and equipment to deliver life-saving medicines and vaccines to people in 90 % of the world’s countries. This role will enable you to develop your skills in an industry that’s making radical changes to the way it develops and manufactures products.

What does this apprenticeship offer me?

Over the course of this paid 4-year program, you will spend part of your week gaining hands-on training from our in-house industry experts at our manufacturing sites, combined with early responsibility to help you develop and progress. As a maintenance mechanic technician apprentice, your role may involve:

· Maintain process systems and equipment on a routine and emergency basis to ensure continuous operations of our manufacturing facility

· Safely diagnose equipment issues and take corrective action to achieve optimum efficiency

· Learn how to proactively maintain and repair utility equipment such as boilers, HVAC and water purification systems

· Perform metal fabrication tasks as necessary

· Inspect, replace, align, adjust, and lubricate mechanical system components including bearings, gearboxes, belt drives, shaft couplings, mechanical seals, and related devices

· Expand your knowledge and gain experience in control systems and learn to diagnose electrical control and motor circuits

You will study part-time towards an Associate’s degree (AAS) in Engineering Technology at one of GSK’s partnering community colleges fully funded by GSK- NO COLLEGE DEBT. Upon completion of the program, you will also receive a Certificate of Apprenticeship Completion from the US Department of Labor, an industry-issued, portable nationally recognized credential that certifies occupational proficiency.

What qualifications do you need?

To be eligible for our Maintenance Mechanic Technician apprenticeship program, you will need:

· Must have earned a high school diploma or equivalency diploma by June 2024

· High school GPA 2.5 (“B”) or above (4.0 scale)

· High school Algebra and Geometry or 2 units equivalent of academic math (GPA 2.5 or above in each case)

· High school English (GPA 2.5 or above)

· Have studied engineering, physics, electronics, mechanics, technology, calculus, robotics, trigonometry, drafting/ CADD or shop at High School is preferred

Additional requirements:

· At least 18 years old by August 1st, 2024

· Less than 2 years of related work experience since graduating from high school

· If offered a position the candidate must be willing to enroll and meet the entry requirements of our partner community college for related training instruction

· Must be able to commute daily to the GSK manufacturing facility and related technical institution

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We are 100% open to all talent

We are 100% open to all talent – whatever your gender, marital status, religion, age, color, race, sexual orientation, nationality or disability. We want to recruit the right people for GSK from the widest possible backgrounds, so we can make an impact for society.

Need help with your application?

Please contact us at am.earlytalentrecruitment@gsk.com

We want GSK to be a workplace where everyone can feel valued, supported and seen. Diverse perspectives lead to fresh, innovative ideas. We're building an inclusive culture where the world's best talent can help transform medicine, together.

Development and benefits

As an apprentice, you will begin your career as a GSK employee from day 1. What does this mean? Learn more about our benefits and development opportunities.

  • The start of a career with a leader in the global healthcare industry
  • An hourly pay rate for hours worked and attended at college
  • Company-paid college tuition and fees towards a job-related Associate’s degree
  • Time off with pay
  • Yearly pay increases
  • Comprehensive healthcare, including medical and dental plans
  • An annual bonus
  • Shares and 401K Savings options
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As an apprentice, we will foster your growth and encourage you to recognize your potential by offering you differentiated development training and the freedom to build your own career. Our goal is to help you achieve your ambitions.

You will learn on-the-job from industry experts, and you will be assigned a line manager and a mentor who will support you throughout your apprenticeship. They will ensure you gain the right experience and skills to meet the needs of the business and the requirements of the apprentice occupation.

Some apprentice schemes may include personal development training such as:

  • Resilence training
  • Team working skills
  • Communication skills
  • Involvement in a community-service project