Working at GSK

As a science-led, global healthcare business with clear values, we offer countless opportunities for people at various stages of their careers.

On-the-job learning and rewarding individual contributions are extremely important to us. We believe in creating an inclusive and safe working environment and supporting our employees to help their communities.

Working at GSK in Ireland

Our mission to help people do more, feel better, live longer gives the company and its employees the purpose to develop innovative medicines and products that help millions of people around the world.

How do we do this?  With a firm foundation in science – we discover, develop, manufacture and distribute prescription medicines, vaccines and consumer healthcare products.  Many of these are household names such as Panadol, Sensodyne, Aquafresh, Oilatum and Voltarol.

Being a leader in the field brings responsibility.  This means that we care about the impact that we have on the people and places touched by our mission to improve health around the world. We are passionate and proud of what we do, and we want to inspire you to make a difference in the world.  We also inspire each other to perform at our best and truly believe in the company’s mission to improve quality of life by enabling people to do more, feel better and live longer.  We’re enabled, supported and developed to conquer challenging work.

We want our employees to reach their full potential so that they can inject our business with energy, innovation and creativity.  We expect that they’ll apply their passion to their work every day and, in exchange, their high performance will be rewarded and recognised.

Our leaders are strong, ethical and empowering and we’re passionate about making a difference to the health and wellbeing of our people, our community and the environment.  GSK Ireland is the place where great people apply their energy and passion to do their best work.To find out more about what current vacancies we have, please use our search jobs and apply page.