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About Pfizer

As one of the world’s premier biopharmaceutical companies, we research, create, and distribute medicines and vaccines around the world. We work to address health inequalities and deliver our purpose: breakthroughs that change patients’ lives.

Our science has the potential to change the world. But we believe that change also comes from the way we treat one another. Our core values of courage, excellence, equity, and joy express our commitment to ensuring everyone is seen, heard, and cared for.

We’re proud to be a disability confident employer. We know we succeed because of our diversity, and the way we value the different skills, insights, and experiences each colleague brings. If you want to be part of a workplace that values inclusion, equity, and supporting others: join our team.

What Pfizer Offers

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Meaningful work, generous salaries and benefits, lots of internal opportunities for career moves and growth gigs - there are plenty of compelling reasons to join us. But there are also key reasons why Pfizer is a sought-after workplace for candidates with a disability.

We are: 

  • A disability confident employer

The goal of the Disability Confident scheme is to support employers to improve the way they recruit, retain, and develop employees with a disability. This is something we’re passionate about doing and doing well – which makes us very proud to be a disability confident employer.

  • A UK Top Employer

In 2023 – for the eighth year in a row – we were awarded prestigious Top Employer status in the UK. This award looks at every area of employee experience, including diversity, equity, inclusion, wellbeing, the work environment, and career and learning paths.

  • Committed to flexible working

Every team at Pfizer creates its own distinctive working set-up: balancing the needs of the business with the needs of the team, and of every colleague. This approach may include remote and on-site working, compressed and/or flexible working hours. We’re a workplace that works for everyone. 

  • A supportive community

Every colleague at Pfizer plays a vital role in our work and encourages one another to excel. Within that inclusive environment, our disAbility Colleague Resource Group - a group of colleagues dedicated to making our workplace ever-more accessible – offer an extra community network, with support, and resources for everyone.  Here’s our latest video...

  • Proud of our inclusive facilities

When you’re working on-site, we want you to have the facilities and resources you need. This includes everything from digital tools - like voice-activated software for colleagues who need it - to designated spaces for silent and quiet working.

  • Diversity champions

Genuine diversity unlocks insights and innovations. So, we want difference! We want people to offer their unique skillsets and share their individual perspectives. Whether you’re neurotypical or neurodiverse, with a disability or without a disability, we want – and value – everything that makes you, you.

  • Superhero sponsors!

The Superhero Series is the UK’s only disability sports series. It hosts four physical and virtual mass participation sports events every year: with challenges that are tailored to include everyone. It’s something that means a huge amount to us: we’ve been an official Super Partner since 2019. Here’s a video capturing what it’s all about...

What Pfizer colleagues say

UK colleague  “In 2006, a year after first experiencing numbness and tingling sensations across my body, I was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis (MS), which is a progressive and disabling condition affecting the central nervous system (brain and spinal cord) and which causes nerve damage.  As my condition has progressed, there have been periods of acute relapse when I’ve had to take short periods of sick leave, but for the most part, I’ve been able to work consistently and continually. Until March 2021, I was required to travel for my role; but this became increasingly challenging and worrying for me.  I could speak openly with my manager about my concerns and was shown compassion and flexibility. I was given the opportunity to continue working – in a manner and as much – as I could, which was a huge relief. I adore my job, and I’m proud of what I do. It means absolutely everything to me to know my leaders and peers accept and support me for who I am and for my professional capabilities.”

PP-UNP-GBR-7497. December 2023