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About the Digital Rotational Program

Pfizer Digital continuously seeks opportunities to bring fresh and innovative ideas to our business. The Digital Rotational Program is looking for recent college graduates to join our fast-paced organization and contribute to the innovative culture we strive to maintain. The Rotational Program gives college graduates the opportunity to rotate through various rotations approximately 6-12 months each for a period of 24 months, acquiring essential skills and knowledge along the way.

The mission of this program is to accelerate the development of knowledge and skills through experiences within Pfizer Digital to find the best fit for the individual and the organization, as well as find new and innovative ways to deliver quality Information Technology solutions to Pfizer.

Your technology career in healthcare begins here.

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The 2023 application is now open from August 22nd,2022 thru September 12th,2022.

How it Works

The Rotational Program is designed to grow your skills & experiences, preparing you a full-time role in Pfizer Digital at the end of the rotational assignments. See the diagram below to learn more about the process.

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Guiding Principles

  • Build Business Acumen
  • Align Development needs with Opportunities
  • Exposure to Diffferent Roles
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After hearing about the Digital Rotational Program as an undergraduate student I knew that it was not only an opportunity for professional growth, but to also change the lives of others. This program has afforded me the opportunity to gain invaluable insights into the professional world and let me explore my areas of interest. The best part of the program is the flexibility of different roles and the welcoming environment where personal growth and discovery are highly encouraged.

Andrella C.
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The Pfizer Digital Rotational Program is instrumental in attracting digital native talent into our organization. Offering a broad set of varied experiences in the first two years of a career is essential for matching skills and passions to the best role. Drawing from and developing a diverse group of college graduates with a digital mindset and excellent technical skills adds great value to Pfizer Digital and patients around the world.

Lidia F.
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After graduating college, I was unsure of what I wanted to do moving forward in my career. The Digital Rotational Program opened my world to a vast number of opportunities that has given me a greater perspective into my interests and the Digital world around me.

Avi K.
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When graduating college, a key component in my career decision was the value I placed in building not only a diverse skill set, but also a diverse network of opportunities and experiences. The Digital Rotational Program continuously delivered on both fronts, as each rotation allowed me to build a portfolio of experience that I will carry throughout my career and beyond.

Dan R.
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This has always been a great program with top talent from our communities...it will continue to add value to our organization. This program started in 2014, and benefits from the support of our leaders, managers and rotational colleagues who are dedicated to success of this program!

Tasha C.
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Our Rotational Associates have injected a new passion and energy into our organization. They have exceeded our expectations and contribute to the organization far beyond their described role. We are invested in the continued success of the program and look forward to welcoming a new cohort of Rotational Associates in 2020.

Robert V.
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The Digital Rotational Program is full of amazing opportunity and influential people that truly want to help you succeed and be the best you can be. I’ve made long lasting connections with colleagues that have pushed me to explore different skills and experiences that I wouldn’t have had outside of the program. After graduating college, I saw this as a perfect fit to become more versatile, build on my existing talents & broaden my experiences.

Kat H.
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After graduating from college I wasn't entirely sure where in the tech space I saw myself in. Pfizer's Digital Rotational Program granted me the opportunity to explore different areas of the business while having the brand recognition of Pfizer.

Henry R.
 
  • Our Digital organization is made up of several sub-organizations, each referred to as a Digital Group and aligned to different functions of the company. Rotational positions are available across various Global Digital organizations such as Infrastructure, Information Security, R&D, Medical, Manufacturing, Sales & Marketing.

    When you apply for the rotational program, your application will be shared with managers in each of the Digital Groups above. If selected for further interviewing, we will invite you to interview with one or more Digital Groups. Rotational colleagues benefit from having 4 rotations across our Digital organization at 6-month cycles.  This allows greater flexibility, development of new skills, understanding of different components of the Digital organization and networks, all of which increase and reinforce overall development.

    The Digital organization at Pfizer is committed to fostering an environment that supports diversity and inclusion, growth and development, while promoting engagement and a culture of continued learning and development.

    Rotational colleagues have the opportunity to pursue either roles that are more technical or general in nature. Below are descriptions and examples of the types of roles you may have throughout your time in the program:

    Technical Roles

    Technically-oriented roles focus on developing skills such as Software Engineering, Technical Architecture, Information Security and Data Analytics. Our teams use cutting edge next generation technologies and analytics to develop systems, algorithms, and services which provide pharmaceutical therapies that improve patients’ lives. Roles within this area are suitable for candidates with a strong technical background.

    Under direct oversight, role responsibilities may include (but are not limited to):

    • Create applications and services using languages such as Java, C#, JavaScript, PHP, and Python
    • Contribute to project implementing cloud-based solution in platforms like AWS, utilizing tools such as S3, Lambda, and Redshift, among others
    • Design and build software products for web, desktop, and mobile clients (both iOS and Android)
    • Learn various software development methodologies, such as agile and waterfall, and how software projects are progressed from idea through design and implementation and on through deployment and support
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    • Integrate systems using a variety of platform integration methods and tools
    • Optimize application architecture and systems performance for on premise and cloud-based applications
    • Design, document, implement, support and monitor technology infrastructure
    • Help move Pfizer's digital and "data-first" strategy forward by working on projects centered around the creation of data lakes, the application of new, sophisticated search techniques (such as Elasticsearch, et al), and advanced analytics
    • Perform advanced analytics and visualization techniques, combine computer science and data science skills and capabilities using tools such as Spotfire, Tableau, Splunk, PowerBI
    • Document and transfer knowledge to others as needed
    • Collaborate to enhance culture and awareness of pharmaceutical industry

    General Roles

    The general roles focus on developing skills to interface with clients and deliver value in IT projects and initiatives. These are most suitable for candidates pursuing Business Management, Finance, Supply Chain, Life Sciences, Communications, and other non-technical degrees.

    Under direct oversight, role responsibilities may include (but are not limited to):

    • Engage with the customer to define their journey, touchpoints and digital experience
    • Gather, analyze, document and communicate business and technical requirements
    • Perform Business process mapping and analysis
    • Oversee and manage the rollout and support of technology solutions
    • Communicate updates and key milestones
    • Track project or department financials
    • Perform Risk identification and management
    • Document and transfer knowledge to others as needed
    • Collaborate to enhance culture and awareness of pharmaceutical industry

    Work Authorization

    • Must be immediately authorized to work in the U.S. without the employer’s sponsorship. This job or any derived full-time opportunity is not eligible for permanent residence (green card) sponsorship under our guidelines.
  • Education and Experience

    Bachelor’s Degree Required, Minimum GPA 3.0

    No more than 2 years full-time continuous work experience in a business/corporate environment

    Preferred Majors:

    • Computer Science
    • Information Security
    • Data Science
    • Engineering
    • Management Information Systems
    • Business
    • Management
    • Finance
    • Supply Chain
    • Life Sciences
    • Communications or equivalent
       

    Discipline Skills Preferred

    Basic skills in at least one information technology related discipline such as:

    • Software and Mobile Development
    • Programming Languages
    • Technical Architecture
    • Cyber Security and Risk Management
    • Bioinformatics
    • Data Analytics
    • Business Analysis
    • Project Management
       

    Non-Technical Skills Preferred

    • Willingness to contribute fresh and innovative ideas
    • Technological aptitude
    • Change agile; must take action on projects quickly
    • Seizes accountability/self-starter
    • Quickly learns new skills and knowledge readily
    • Team oriented
    • Demonstrated business acumen and leadership behavior
    • Excellent oral and written communication skills
    • Excellent analytic and problem solving skills
    • Negotiation and influencing skills
  • Digital Groups are mostly associated with specific locations. Your placement is determined by a combination of factors, including your hiring Digital Group, your location preference, and space considerations at the facilities.

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