Early Careers

A job with us is just the beginning

Job Opportunities

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You can grow your career here, your way. We know how important your future development is so we’ll let you drive!

At Bristol Myers Squibb Ireland we love fresh thinking, this is why we want our future talent to feel part of the team straight away and place a huge emphasis on culture, diversity and inclusion. As a graduate or student, you will be encouraged to let your energy, creativity and ambition shine. Moving at pace, you’ll be supported to grow, learn and explore new directions. All across our business there are senior leaders, who started with us as graduates. You could be the next. 

Your career at Bristol Myers Squibb will follow the 70:20:10 learning and development model which includes 70% on the job training, 20% networking, coaching and mentoring opportunities and 10% formal training. This model will help you develop all the key competencies you'll need to become top of your field.

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Internships: See how far your talent will take you

Harness your passion for excellence. Your skills and education can help find sustainable solutions to the most pressing challenges of our generation.

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Graduates: Graduation is only the beginning

Enrich your knowledge and experiences while doing work that matters in the lives of patients. Together, we make the difference.

Transition Year Programme

Transition Year Progamme

Bristol Myers Squibb proactively collaborates with second and third-level institutions, particularly those with a core focus on STEM subjects.

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We’re creating innovative medicines for patients fighting serious diseases. Are you ready to become a part of the Bristol-Myers Squibb family?

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We look forward to engaging with you, as we build a powerfully diverse and broadly inclusive workforce!

Date of preparation: September 2020; NOIE2005949-03