If there are no available positions of interest to you, we recommend registering in My Jobs, where you can build a candidate profile and receive new Genentech job openings that match the criteria you select. Registration should take 5-10 minutes. It’s a great way to stay informed on the latest opportunities.
To apply for a job, first register in the My Jobs portal. Then you can apply for individual jobs or join our talent pool to learn about future job opportunities that match your selected criteria. When you apply for a job, your information will be saved, making it easier to apply in the future.
Job posting notifications are emailed to you when a new position matches the criteria you set. To receive these, go to My Jobs and set up your candidate profile and preferences. The fields you’ll want to complete to ensure relevant job notifications are: Job Level, Job Type, Schedule, Shift, Job Field, and Location. The more specific you are, the more tailored the job notifications will be. We recommend occasionally checking your settings to ensure they’re up to date.
When searching for a specific position on gene.com, make sure you’re using the filtering options (Keyword, Function, Job Type and Location). If you have the Job ID or job name, entering either into the Keyword field is the fastest way to finding a specific job. If despite all of that you still don’t see the listing, it may have been removed as we are no longer accepting applications. On the upside, we post new positions nearly every day.
All relevant details should be listed in individual job descriptions. Unfortunately, we cannot respond to individual inquiries relating to job postings. Once you’ve applied for a job, your resume/CV and profile will be reviewed by HR. If you’ve joined the My Jobs portal, a Talent Scout or recruiter may contact you if your profile fits a new position. So make sure your candidate profile is up to date!
Once you apply, you’ll be sent an automatic email confirming that your application has been received. You should expect further information within a few weeks.
Our recruitment procedure varies based on location and position. When you apply for a position, your information is made available to our recruiters, who then analyze your skills and experience and compare them to the requirements of the position (and possibly other relevant positions as well). If we believe you match the requirements, we’ll contact you and invite you to an initial interview. Learn more about our hiring process.
The objective of these programs is to provide students with a best-in-class industry experience that allows them to gain expert knowledge and connections while Genentech grows a robust pipeline of future talent.
Internships are typically 10-12 weeks in the summer, though recent graduates are eligible for year-long internships. We hire at all degree levels: BS, MS, PharmD, and PhD. You must have completed at least one year of university, and you must be within two years of your last degree attained. We accept applications from international students, but visa sponsorship support varies by position and department. All internships are paid, so you must be legally authorized to work in the United States during your internship.
Co-Ops are typically 6-12 months (and cannot exceed 12 months). You must be enrolled in a minimum of six units of a degree program related to the Co-Op project, and you’ll need to submit proof of school registration and coursework to Genentech to be eligible for the program.
All letters of recommendation should be uploaded into your My Jobs candidate profile.
The degree and major requirements depend on the needs of the individual Intern or Co-Op Program.
Yes, we accept applications from international students. However, visa sponsorship support varies by position and department. All internships are paid, so you must be legally authorized to work in the United States during your internship.
Yes, relocation and/or housing support stipends are given to all interns who are covering their own housing costs.
Yes, all are paid. Intern and Co-Op Program compensation rates are determined by degree and year in school, as well as market data to ensure we offer competitive compensation.
Summer internships are posted on an ongoing basis starting in November until March. Most hiring decisions for summer internships are made by the end of March.
Yes, students who have graduated within two years are eligible for our 10-12 week Internship Program. Graduates are not eligible for Co-Ops, however.
If a student graduates during their co-op term, they can continue working at Genentech up to 90 days from their graduation date.
No. Genentech's Co-Op Program is for students currently enrolled in school. If students have graduated, we welcome them to apply for full-time or contractor positions.
Go to My Jobs, then click on “Forgot your username?” or “Forgot your password?” Follow the instructions, and you’ll receive a username reminder or new password via email. Your password will need to be updated when you log in.
If you enter your password incorrectly five times in a row, the system will lock your account for 15 minutes, to protect it from illegal access. After 15 minutes, your account will be accessible again. If you still can’t log in, reset your password using the “Forgot your password?” link.
That position may have been removed by one of our recruiters, meaning we are no longer accepting applications.
Job notifications are based on your My Jobs profile. You can modify that information to list your preferred Job Level, Job Type, Location, etc. Add or modify items to receive more tailored job notifications. If you want to turn notifications off entirely, uncheck the option “I would like to receive email notifications on Roche Group career opportunities matching my profile”.
To view a list of positions you’ve applied for, log into My Jobs and select “My Jobpage.” Submissions are sorted by Draft, Completed and Withdrawn.