FAQs: FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
NOTE: The following information pertains to U.S. sites only.
Q. Where is Bristol-Myers Squibb located?
A. We are a global organization with offices around the world. Please visit our international websites by selecting a link from the worldwide dropdown listing at the top of this page or visit our Research Facilities to learn more.
Q. How can I learn more about Bristol-Myers Squibb's financial performance?
A. This information is located in the Investors tab found on the top margin of the website.
Q. Where can I find out about entry-level opportunities?
A. Open positions are posted on our website, click here to search for jobs. In addition, some entry-level opportunities are outlined within our University Recruitment section.
Q. Are there physician opportunities within Bristol-Myers Squibb?
A. Yes. To learn about available opportunities please click Apply Now to search and apply directly. You can also learn more by visiting the Physicians section within Job Opportunities on this website.
Q. Are there formal training programs to help me develop my career at Bristol-Myers Squibb?
A. Yes. We encourage you to visit our Learning and Growing and Developing Our People sections on our careers website to learn about our developmental opportunities.
Q. Does Bristol-Myers Squibb sponsor foreign nationals?
A. As a company, yes. We look for candidates who are best suited for our positions.
- Full-time positions: While sponsorship of a new hire's visa is not guaranteed and is dependent on a variety of factors, as you move forward in the process, we will invite you to speak with our immigration specialist to determine your eligibility and answer any questions you may have related to sponsorship.
- Internship or co-op positions: It is your responsibility to obtain the appropriate work authorization, if applicable.
Q. Does Bristol-Myers Squibb accept resumes via hard copy, email or fax?
A. No, please apply directly to the careers website. Individuals must apply to a position or add their profile online to be considered for opportunities at Bristol-Myers Squibb.
Q. What happens to my resume after I submit it online? How will I know that my resume has been received?
A. Your resume will be entered in our candidate tracking system. You will be notified immediately through a web pop-up box and you will receive an email that your resume has been received. If you apply for a particular job, you must complete the pre-screening and assessment questions in order to be considered for that position. If you submitted your resume but did not apply for a particular job, your resume will be added to the general tracking system.
Q. How does the interview process work?
A. If you are chosen for an interview, you will be contacted directly. If there is mutual interest in moving forward, you will be invited for an on-site interview. During the on-site interview, you will have the opportunity to meet with the hiring manager in addition to others within the organization. During your visit, you will learn more about the organization, benefits, department and specific position. Furthermore, this will provide the opportunity to discuss your skills and experience in detail and to determine a fit for the position.
Q. How do I complete the job application process if I am disabled and need an accommodation?
A. It is the policy of Bristol-Myers Squibb to provide reasonable accommodation to any individual with a disability who needs one to complete the job application process. If you need an accommodation, you may request it by sending an e-mail to email@example.com.
Q. I am having technical difficulties viewing the careers website. What browsers are compatible with the career website?
A. The careers website performs optimally with Internet Explorer 6, 7 and 8 and Firefox 3.5. You may experience difficulty in accessing our listing of career opportunities if you are not using the recommended browsers.
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