Hiring Process

As a member of the UBC team, you will be given the opportunity to support life-changing therapies as you work side-by-side with industry experts in a competitive and rapidly growing organization. Are you ready to change healthcare for the better? Then let's get started!

The Application & Hiring Process

Explore Open Positions

You may search our open U.S. jobs or Europe jobs to find an opportunity that is a good fit for your skills, interests and experience.

1

Apply

Once you’ve identified an opportunity of interest, we invite you to apply online, submitting your profile.

  • You will receive an email confirming our receipt of your application once it has been successfully submitted.
  • This email will also contain instructions on how to check your application status in our system at any time.
  • We will review your qualifications and, if they match our requirements for the position, a recruiter from our Talent Acquisition team may contact you.

2

Assess

Depending on the role, location and timeliness, we may ask you to complete any or all of the following: phone screen, web cam interview, skills assessment, and in-person interview(s). We use this time to review your skills, experience, and fit. It’s your opportunity to evaluate if the role and company are a good fit for you as well.

3

Offer

If you are selected for the job, an offer of employment will be extended to you. The offer is contingent upon satisfactory completion of a drug screen and background check. If you are not selected for the role, you will receive communication from a member of our team.

4

Onboarding

Once you have accepted an offer from us, you will receive communication outlining the onboarding process as well as access to our online portal to complete necessary paperwork. Your first days at work will involve training on UBC values, policies, and procedures.

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LinkedIn

Check out our company page and regular updates related to all things UBC and more. While you're there, we encourage you to connect with our recruiting team, follow us and interact with our latest posts.

UBC Blog

Take a look at our blog where we share employee stories as well as news, ideas and insights from around our organization and the Pharma industry. There’s always something new to learn, from details about life at UBC to information on industry trends and free webinars.

  • Situation briefly describe the situation at-hand that required your involvement
  • Task elaborate on the tasks requested of you stemming from this particular situation
  • Actions what were the actions you felt were necessary to take
  • Result for better or worse, what were the results of your actions

Anticipating behavioral interview questions and applying the STAR method will set you up for a successful interview. Be prepared by knowing details of your background and résumé and be able to concisely elaborate on them.

Other interview tips:

  • Research the Company: Having a general understanding about the company products, customers, shareholders and competitors allows you to tailor your answers specific to the company or industry in which you are interviewing.
  • First Impressions Matter: Make sure to dress appropriately and appear polished. When in doubt, ask your recruiter what outfit is appropriate for the interview.
  • Arrive Early: Allow yourself extra time to navigate traffic, find the proper parking space, entrance and check-in. Plan to arrive 15 minutes prior to your scheduled interview time
  • Remember Your Manners: : A firm hand shake, direct eye contact, good posture, engaging tone, and an enthusiastic attitude are all excellent qualities that interviewers notice.
  • Ask Questions: Always be prepared to ask the interviewer questions. This is your opportunity to hear their honest opinions of the company culture and vision for your role.
  • Send a Thank You Note: Make sure to thank the interviewer, via an email or handwritten note, within a few days of your interview.

We're looking forward to hearing from you!