As a new starter at Teva, what training will I receive?

You will receive full induction and training relevant to the role, and the department you will be working in.


Can I apply for more than one role?

Yes you can. Just make sure that you log in with the same username and password that you created when you applied the first time around.


Does Teva offer industrial work placements or student placements?

At the moment we don’t have a formal programme, but if you’re interested in a placement with us you should contact us and we will discuss the idea with the relevant department directly.

How do I register my CV?

You can register your CV and search Teva's jobs in our dedicated Careers portal.

How often are vacancies updated on the website?

We update vacancies regularly, so it pays to keep visiting. Alternatively, you can register your details so that we can keep in touch and let you know when a suitable role becomes available.

You do that through our careers website, by registering your CV and creating a profile. You can also create job alerts so you know when a job you may be interested in becomes available.

I don’t have access to the internet. Can I send my CV in the post?

If you don't have access to the internet at home, most public libraries have online computers or try your local internet cafe. However, we do accept CVs posted to us.


I haven't got a full work permit for Ireland. Can I still apply to work at Teva?

We always welcome interest from overseas applicants but you’ll need to have the right to work in Ireland before you can apply for any of our vacancies.

What happens if I miss the closing date?

Unfortunately we can’t accept applications after the closing date has passed for a vacancy.

If you’ve missed the closing date for a role then why not register your interest with us on our careers website for future opportunities?

Simply register your CV, create your profile and save job alerts so you hear about other opportunities which might interest you in the future.

What’s the next stage of the application process?

The process depends on the role you have applied for. You will be contacted in the first instance so you know what to expect.

It does vary depending on the particular role, but typical stages include phone interviews, face to face interviews, assessment centres and ability tests.

When will I hear about my application?

We get lots of applications for our roles but we do try to respond to everyone as soon as possible.

We’ll get back to you within 10 working days of you submitting your application.

If you don’t hear from us within 10 working days you can assume you have been unsuccessful in your application.

Where are Teva's offices located?

Teva has three main locations in the Republic of Ireland, and two in Northern Ireland. 

We have a large manufacturing site in Waterford which focusses on the manufacture and development of respiratory products for supply to the United States and around 30 other global markets. It includes an onsite research and development centre.

We have a manufacturing plant in Baldoyle in Dublin which makes the over-the-counter medication Sudocrem®, first developed in 1931 and now a multi-award winning, globally recognised product sold in over 50 countries. We have a Commercial / Support office in Dundalk. In Northern Ireland, we have manufacturing and research facilities in Coleraine and Larne.