At Amgen, we believe in a ‘biology first’ approach. We use cutting-edge science and technology to study the subtlest biological mechanisms in search of therapies that will improve the lives of those who suffer from serious diseases. Amgen believes the cure for disease can be found inside each and every one of us. Amgen’s mission attracts a workforce committed to making a difference for others. Making that positive difference is ingrained in Amgen’s business and culture.
Transitioning from university to ‘the forefront of the biotechnology industry’
After finishing his chemical engineering degree, Alan Coady set forth to find a job that could both excite and educate him. Amgen satisfied all those needs and more.
Inspiring future innovation: How Amgen does corporate social responsibility
The Amgen Foundation’s science education programmes in Ireland have directly benefited 533 life sciences teachers and brought subjects to life for more than 59,000 secondary-school students.
Amgen’s graduate programme opens up a range of opportunities
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What is it that makes Amgen different? It puts its patients and its staff above all else. We spoke to Eoghan Sheils, Sarah Oxley and Mark Fitzgibbon about what makes Amgen special.
At Amgen, a diverse culture is simply part of our DNA - it's what makes us such a special place to work. We're honored to be #32 on Equal Opportunity Publications (EOP)'s Top 50 Employers for Minority Engineers. Science is what we do and drives discovery, but a deep commitment to a culture of #diversity and #inclusion is how we work.
‘I am seen as a valuable employee within Amgen, contributing to the future success of the company.’