At LEO Pharma, we seek passionate, entrepreneurial and solutions-oriented colleagues, and consistently ensure that our people can proactively develop their capabilities and fulfil their potential. Together, we can embrace the changing healthcare landscape and grasp strategic business opportunities. The result: life-enhancing products that bring hope to patients living with chronic dermatologic diseases.
LEO Pharma has been pioneering medical innovations for more than 110 years. Today, LEO Pharma looks to constantly improve and extend what is possible for the benefit of patients. Our rapidly expanding product portfolio and pipeline includes global therapeutic areas in psoriasis, eczema, skin infections, acne, rosacea and, most recently, rare disease.
LEO Pharma believes in challenging the status quo, so we approach dermatology “beyond the skin.” Our global innovation ecosystem includes internal research and development, digital health via the LEO Innovation Lab, based in Copenhagen, and the LEO Science & Tech Hub, housed in Cambridge, Mass.
As we look to shape our U.S. footprint now and in the future, we pride ourselves on our agile and entrepreneurial environment. It allows passionate people to collaborate and push the boundaries of science in hopes to provide solutions for patients.
We offer a competitive compensation package, 401k match, vision, dental and health insurance, annual bonus, three weeks’ vacation to start, a culture that emphasizes work-life balance, both paternity and maternity leave, free membership to the on-site gym, bagel Monday’s and - most of all - a FUN and celebratory work environment.
If you are interested in joining a growing and nimble company, and help shape the future of medical dermatology, then send in your resume today!
LEO Pharma Inc. is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer committed to an inclusive and diverse workforce that creates a better future for our global communities. Applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, national origin, or protected veteran status and will not be discriminated against on the basis of disability.
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