Your Life Sciences Career Starts in Pitt County
A degree in chemistry, biology, engineering, technology, industrial systems and more can help heal the world.
Thousands of medicines are prescribed each year to treat many ailments, from headaches to infections to cancers. Those drugs must be made, checked for quality, and packaged by people working in clean conditions present in a biopharma manufacturing facility.
North Carolina is home to more than 90 of these facilities, and three in Pitt County are hiring people like you.
A job in biopharma manufacturing provides:
Quality work experience
Opportunity to continue your education
Tuition assistance at some companies
Strong salaries and benefits
Opportunities for career advancement
Explore companies hiring near Greenville
Thermo Fisher Scientific
Thermo Fisher’s Greenville site manufactures sterile injectables, tablets and capsules. It also offers stability storage and testing, and API and large-molecule development. Open positions include quality control and assurance, engineering, manufacturing, and R&D.
- Degrees in Engineering, Technology or Industrial Systems: look for Validation Engineering or Manufacturing Engineering positions
- Degrees in the Life Sciences: check out QC scientist or R&D manufacturing scientist jobs
Mayne Pharma manufactures branded and generic oral solid dose pharmaceuticals. The Greenville site is Mayne Pharma’s U.S. development and manufacturing facility.
Open positions include:
- analytical services
- quality assurance and control
CMP develops, manufactures and commercializes niche oral liquid medications that address the needs of patients with difficulty swallowing solid dosage forms.
No current postings as of 4/27. You can register on the website and be informed of positions that match your qualifications.
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