At Biogen, our mission is clear – we are pioneers in neuroscience. Biogen discovers, develops, and delivers worldwide innovative therapies for people living with serious neurological and neurodegenerative diseases. Together, our employees create, commercialize, and manufacture transformative therapies for our patient population.
We at Biogen are committed to building on our culture of inclusion and belonging that reflects the communities where we operate and the patients who we serve. We are focused on strengthening our foundation to advance our overall Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DE&I) strategy and, most importantly, ensure all our employees feel included.
As an intern or co-op at Biogen, you can expect to be placed on a real project, under the guidance of experienced professionals and subject matter experts who are invested in your career and academic growth. We also ensure that you have plenty of opportunities to build your network, learn more about our organization through weekly lunch and learns led by leaders from across the company, and join us for several fun events.
This application is for a full-time 6-month co-op from January to June 2022.
During this internship, you will learn about how Organization Effectiveness (OE) contributes to the overall engagement and performance by employees, as well as gain a deeper understanding of how investing in talent, culture and leadership elevates a biotechnology company’s overall performance.
The Organization Effectiveness and Diversity, Equity & Inclusion team is seeking a dynamic, self-motivated individual to join as our winter co-op.
As a co-op, your responsibilities will include the following:
- Partnering with the Global Diversity, Equity & Inclusion team on projects related to workforce, employee resource networks and external sponsorships of conferences.
- Completing benchmarking surveys that measure the company’s policies and practices related to DE&I
- Supporting year-round processes related to talent management, such as our annual employee survey, and coaching and mentoring programs.
- Supporting talent and culture processes – assist in the process aspects of programs such as responding to inquiries, managing intake, supporting program communications, etc.
- Supporting the People Relations team in ensuring that Biogen understands, addresses, and reports its employee performance and policy issues appropriately
- Ad hoc project support across OE
To participate in the Biogen Internship Program, students must meet the following eligibility criteria:
- Legal authorization to work in the U.S.
- At least 18 years of age prior to the scheduled start date
- Be currently enrolled in an accredited college or university
Other qualifications include:
- Project Management skills
- Strong verbal and written communication skills
- Possess a high level of proficiency in Microsoft Office (e.g. Word, PPT, Excel)
- Curiosity, Research-oriented
- Inclusive, Agile and Accountable
Be currently enrolled in an accredited college or university