Your Responsibilities : Job Purpose :
Job Purpose :
Key Responsibilities : Emergency management
EHS Risk facilitator
EHS risks of Be org units
Risks of EHS department
Basic qualifications :
Preferred qualifications :
Why GSK? : Our Offer :
Our Offer :
At GSK we provide a supportive working environment, and a range of development challenges and opportunities. We also offer competitive benefits and compensation packages designed to attract and to retain the very best.
GSK is proud to promote an open culture, encouraging people to be themselves and giving their ideas a chance to flourish.
GSK is an equal opportunity employer.
Our Department :
Once our pioneering treatments have been developed, they are manufactured to the highest standards and distributed across the regions that need them most.
Accomplishing this as efficiently and quickly as possible can quite literally be a matter of life and death. So it's no wonder that more than 70% of our talented workforce is based within Global Industrial Operations -
the essential business unit that manufactures and manages the entire vaccine supply process, from customer order to product dispatch on a global scale.
As the name suggests, it operates in a multi-national context across more than 17 sites around the world, working closely in tandem with colleagues from a variety of disciplines and professions.
The department is structured in operating units that focus on various aspects of the manufacturing and supply process. These include Industrialisation (overseeing the transfer of production from R&D to a commercial level), Supply Chain Management and Technical Services.
Our Company :
GSK is one of the world’s leading research-based pharmaceutical and healthcare companies is committed to improving the quality of human life by enabling people to do more, feel better and live longer.
GSK Vaccines is one of the world’s leading vaccine companies, with a comprehensive portfolio of 39 vaccines for infants, adolescents and adults and 15 more in development.
We have more than 16,000 people working worldwide to deliver nearly 2 (1.9) million vaccines every day to people in around 90% (172) of the world’s countries.