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To tackle the biggest health challenge of our lifetime, we’ve developed a robust R&D engine focused on delivering next-generation oncology breakthroughs. Here, you’ll be on the ground floor of innovation, powering a new era of cancer care.


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Your expertise will be more than just an addition — it will be vital in turning the vast potential of our portfolio into reality.

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At Pfizer, we’ve structured our compensation policies and practices so colleagues are rewarded based on the contributions they make to our business.

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We offer colleagues health and wellness programs that help them maintain and promote health and wellness. Depending on the country, these programs can include:

  • Health and disability insurance
  • Preventative health programs
  • Free or reduced-cost vaccinations
  • Discounts on Pfizer products
  • Nutrition and fitness counseling
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Depending on local customs and practices, Pfizer offers colleagues several benefits to help them meet their financial goals. These programs can include:

  • Access to colleague-directed retirement funds
  • Company contributions to retirement financial vehicles
  • Life insurance
  • Financial planning education
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We encourage you to grow your skills and explore opportunities at Pfizer. Our colleague-centric approach celebrates you and your strengths to offer the best opportunities so you can realize your full potential. Programs can include:

  • Experiential development opportunities
  • Non-linear career growth support
  • Job-rotation assignments
  • Pfizer Growth Universe
  • Pfizer Learning Academy

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“Cancer remains a leading cause of death, and one in three people in the U.S. will receive a cancer diagnosis in their lifetime. We are going all in on cancer with the goal of delivering breakthroughs that drastically improve the lives of people with cancer."

Dr. Albert Bourla,
Pfizer Chairman and Chief Executive Officer

Enabled by the deep technical expertise and scale of the Pfizer network, we’re uniquely positioned to deliver on our vision of accelerating breakthroughs that help people with cancer live better and longer lives.


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Antibody-Drug Conjugates

Improving accuracy.

Antibody-drug conjugates (ADCs) are a type of targeted medicine designed to attach to specific proteins on the surface of cancer cells to deliver cancer-killing medicine directly to tumors. ADCs can also work in the surrounding tumor area and may activate immune cells nearby to help kill cancer cells. The ADC design is intended to reduce damage to healthy cells.


Immune system activation.

Bispecific medicines are made by combining two different binding arms – one that recognizes cancer cells and one that recognizes specialized immune cells called T-cells. When these two cell types are pulled together by the bispecific medicine, the body’s immune system is activated to destroy the cancer cell.

Small Molecules

Targeted therapy.

Pfizer’s targeted therapies include oral medicines that are small enough to easily enter cancer cells and targeted to slow or stop cancer growth. By acting inside of the cancer cell, small-molecule medicines aim to reduce the damage to healthy cells.

This is where you’ll make progress possible. Collaborate, learn, and innovate with first-class talent around the world.

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