Roche Diagnostics

Industry: Health and Pharmaceutical Services

About Roche Diagnostics

Roche is the world's largest biotech company, focuses on improving people's lives. Roche Diagnostics is a leader in in-vitro diagnostics, tissue-based cancer diagnostics, and a frontrunner in diabetes management. Headquartered in Indianapolis, Indiana, Roche Diagnostics employees over 4,500 people who enjoy a site identity that reflects, "A welcoming community where heart and innovation come together."

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Why Work at the Company?

The Roche Values (Courage | Passion | Integrity), Leadership Commitments, and Culture of Accountability align with the Military Core Values and Leadership. At Roche Diagnostics Indianapolis, our Diversity and Inclusion strategic objectives support a Veteran Business Resource Group (BRG) that is committed to attracting, hiring and retaining talented Veterans. Our Veteran BRG take pride in hosting events to further educate our Roche community about military service, sacrifices, and leadership. Roche Diagnostics offers exceptional employee and family benefits for health care, wellness, vacation, education, career, professional development plus mentoring, coaching, and social activities (e.g. volunteerism, concerts, and kids camp).

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