For over a century, we have been upholding our covenant with patients around the world, delivering safe and effective medicines that make a difference in patients' lives. The pursuit of excellence in all we do is key to Teva’s ongoing leadership, and we succeed by working together, being the best we can be. Being a leader is always striving to find a better way, constantly refining and improving our core capabilities and our competitive advantages and setting more ambitious goals.
We are looking for future leaders who will grow and develop with Teva. Personal development is considered an essential element at Teva and perceived as a shared responsibility of managers, employees and the organization as a whole, positioning you in the right place for a successful future.
Ever-committed to cultivating personal excellence and growth, Teva offers you the opportunity to enjoy the benefits of its successful track record, continuous growth and unique work environment.
Our ‘Future Teva Leadership - European Programme’ will grant you practical, hands-on experience in multiple functions within an international healthcare business, including: sales and marketing, operations, finance & controlling, HR, and general management. Upon completion of the programme, you will be well on the way to possessing all of the vital skills and knowledge needed to be a future leader.
During the programme you will work on three different projects, each within different functions and business units within Europe. Each project will last around 6 months and will see you making full use of your own initiative and employing your leadership skills. On top of the projects, your remaining time will be spent gaining experience in sales and production. You will receive your own personal development plan and be supported by a business mentor who will accompany you for the duration of your traineeship.
Teva Europe covers 36 countries with over 20,000 employees. The main European headquarters is located in Utrecht, the Netherlands, with satellite offices in Harlow, UK and Ulm, Germany.
Duration: 2 years