Bristol-Myers Squibb Jobs & Careers in Redwood City, CA

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Scientific Writer

Bristol-Myers Squibb Redwood City, CA

1. Coordinate with DS B scientist (who typically will provide a draft document) to generate compliant regulatory documents (eg, study reports, IND… Ivy Exec

6 days ago


Bristol-Myers Squibb Redwood City, CA

BMS Oncology Discovery Research is seeking an individual to play an active role in advancing our internal pipeline. The successful candidate will… Ivy Exec

6 days ago

Research Scientist I

Bristol-Myers Squibb Redwood City, CA

The Research Scientist I/I will work in the Discovery Chemistry lab and will be responsible for the synthesis of novel pharmacologically active… Ivy Exec

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Bristol-Myers Squibb CEO & Director Lamberto Andreotti
Lamberto Andreotti
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    My experience at Bristol-Myers Squibb has been a relatively positive one.

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    Current Employee - Research Associate IV  in  Redwood City, CA (US)
    Current Employee - Research Associate IV in Redwood City, CA (US)

    I have been working at Bristol-Myers Squibb full-time


    We do have a decent pipeline and the Redwood City site seems to be responsible for a better than average amount of the progress. People are generally friendly. The 401K contribution is average, the salary is average to high, and the medical and dental benefits are average.


    There is no path for personal development in general. It really depends on which group you are in and whether your supervisor is comfortable with pushing to get things done for you.

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    Reward hard work, create opportunities for development of lower level employees, and try to be consistent with employee salaries.

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