Your Future in Life Sciences - Careers & Internships
A career in life sciences offers excellent choices and opportunities for your future from farming to pharmaceuticals.
The tools of biotechnology help farmers grow higher yields and scientists make better drugs. You may prefer to work as a researcher in a lab, an executive in a fast-paced business environment, a greenhouse technician, or an engineer building a new manufacturing facility. The possibilities are endless.
The following resources and programs are helping North Carolina's academic and professional communities find their next career opportunity.
NCBiotech Career Center
The NCBiotech Career Center connects North Carolina's life sciences employers with our highly skilled talent.
Job seekers are able to apply for jobs and set up their resume in the portal.
Employers can post open positions and search for the perfect candidate.
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Advance Your Life Science Career with NCBiotech-powered Resources
These NCBiotech-led programs are moving life sciences professionals forward each and every day. Learn more about how we are helping our talented workforce land their next opportunity and expand their network.
Bio Jobs Hub
Are you looking to land a new job or change careers?
The newly launched Bio Jobs Hub is a resource that provides info on job opportunities within the life sciences. The site includes job descriptions, info on local training, a company directory and more.
NCBiotech Jobs Network
Our monthly Jobs Network connects life sciences companies with professionals in a structured networking environment, giving job seekers the opportunity to meet industry representatives at this free-to-attend event.
Exchange groups are communities of academic, government and other life sciences professionals who gather to discuss their science, network, find potential partners, and create new ideas.
NCBiotech Company Directory
Our comprehensive online directory features information about North Carolina's 810 life sciences companies and 2,500 supporting businesses and organizations.
Industrial Internship Program
The Industrial Internship Program provides internship opportunities for undergraduates, graduate students and recent graduates that are looking to transition to a career in North Carolina's life sciences community.
María Caicedo landed a job as a fermentation applications specialist after 14 years of being out of the industry. She looked to NCBiotech as a way to help her find a new opportunity.
"I'm thankful for all the opportunities you and the biotech center gave me to keep updated on the field throughout these last three years that I was looking for a job. Because of your work, your kindness, and helpful advice, it was not difficult to keep a positive attitude and keep on the search. Thank you for the BPD symposia, the monthly networking sessions/talks/presentations, the Toastmasters group, and so much more that you guys offer."