Start your career with work that’s both meaningful and highly interesting. As part of a forward-thinking, collaborative team, you’ll find an engaging work experience where each colleague is empowered to innovate and work sustainably to create a positive impact in our communities. We are interested in curious and ambitious people whose diverse backgrounds and perspectives reflect our patients across the globe. We need people who want to make a difference in the world every day when they come to work.
1. Find Your Opportunity
Search through our available internship, co-op, fellowship and leadership development positions online. Look for those that match your experience, ambitions and degree status. Join our Talent Community to be notified of new opportunities as they arise.
2. Apply Now
Apply for the position(s) for which you qualify that most interest you. Pay close attention to deadlines and requirements. And follow our Application Tips to be sure that you show us who you are at your best.
3. Engage Us
Qualified applicants will be notified of opportunities for us to get to know each other better – through phone and online interviews, in-person visits and in some cases, skills and organizational-fit assessments.
4. Join Us
Applicants determined to be the best fit for each position will be notified and offered the opportunity to work with us at Bristol Myers Squibb. Applications from highly qualified candidates who are not offered a position may still be retained and considered for other relevant opportunities.
Following the advice provided herein does not guarantee employment.
It would be advantageous to have a cover letter as all materials are passed on to hiring managers and it helps us to get to know you more as an individual.
An internship is an on-site work experience related to the major of study or interest area. It is typically held in the summer timeframe.
A Co-Op combines classroom-based learning with a practical work experience at a company. Typically, students would receive school credit for a structured job experience that lasts approximately 6 months.
Tell your story authentically with examples to showcase your skills and personality.
Listen actively to your interviewer. Make eye contact, shake hands and say thank you when you leave.
Always write a thank-you note to the people you met here.
Reiterate your enthusiasm for the position and interest in continuing the conversation.
"One of the key reasons that I came back to BMS was the clear connection to our mission - helping patients prevail over serious diseases. I was pleasantly surprised that I could see the dedication to this mission in every employee I interacted with, and it was easy to get behind the mission and feel that I'm doing my part to advance our pipeline."
Marissa, Program Associate, Joined HR Leadership Development Program in 2017