AstraZeneca Careers and Employment
- CEOPascal Soriot
- Company sizemore than 10,000
- Revenuemore than $10B (USD)
Respiratory Project lead and Training manager (Promoted) in Sunninghill
on 6 August 2020
Best company to work for
My personal culture match so I was very happy there. Supportive motivational managers No micomanagment as long as you are doing your job. Incentives and bonuses
Director in Johannesburg, Gauteng
on 3 June 2020
good place to work
good place to work puts patients first employee growth good salary structure excellent management supportive workplace culture i would work there again
Senior Finance Manager in south africa
on 4 February 2019
Loved my time at AZ. Great opportunity and really appreciated the company's impact on patient lives. great innovative solutions with quality drugs to address everyday health challenges.
Executive Sales Representative in Pretoria, Gauteng
on 31 January 2019
Ethical working environment
Typical day:Organizing a week and month in advance: Calls on doctors, specialists and pharmacies. Arranging functions and meetings. I learnt never to give up, and that the client is the integral part of my business. Management: Area Sales Manager and Management team very supportive and knowledgeable. Workplace culture: Very ethical and service orientated. Hardest part of the job: A lot of competition in Medical products, sales depend on one's knowledge and customer service. The most enjoyable part of the job: Working with people, making targets and helping patients with your product.
Regional Key Account Manager in Cape Town, Western Cape
on 17 January 2019
Extremely supportive of work/life balance. Provides tools and resources to work from home. All employees are treated as equals- all staff are on first name basis and can present concerns and successes without judgement.
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Shared on 7 August 2017