Careers

Consider a career at Norwich Pharma Services

Norwich, An Alvogen Company, believes that in order to produce the highest quality pharmaceutical products, our diverse staff should possess exceptional skills, including leadership, flexibility, commitment and technical expertise. Talent is key—and so is teamwork.

Our employees work in team environments where customer focus, passion and innovation are a way of life. Teams are responsible for achieving production timelines, meeting performance goals and maintaining the consistently high standards of quality for which we are known.

Alvogen, Inc. is an affirmative action employer and that age 40 and over, color, disability, gender identity, genetic information, military or veteran status, national origin, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation or any other applicable status protected by state or local law, are not taken into account in any employment decision.

We welcome job candidates who possess strong skills, a commitment to excellence and a desire to contribute to our vital, growing organization to apply for one of our open positions below using the Read More button found under each open position to submit your information and resume.

We are an EEO Employer.

If you require further assistance in applying to a position, please contact us at Alvogen-US-HR@alvogen.com

Current career opportunities include


HR Manager Payroll & Compliance

The role holds primary resposabilities in assuring effective payroll processing and meeting of the IRS, DOL and ERISA compliance standards for the entire US based Alvogen employee population. 


Supply Chain Pharmacy Technician

The Technician is responsible for dispensing and issuing API’s and Excipient’s to process orders utilizing acquired skills, following standard operating procedures (SOP), safety standards (SP), and cGMP practices. The role includes setup, operation, dispensing, label creation and cleaning of dispensing equipment to maintain quality, safety and regulatory standards for the production and distribution of pharmaceutical products.


Chemist I

The Quality Control Chemist I performs routine testing to assess the conformance of raw materials, finished products, and/or stability samples to predetermined product specifications.  Chemist I also performs routine testing in conformance with approved procedures, accurately and concisely documents data, and reports results.