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21 days ago

Systems Architect/Business Intelligence

Lonza Biologics, Inc. Portsmouth, NH

The Systems Architect designs, builds, deploys and maintains the Data Integration Architecture for all identified Business Analytics Program… Glassdoor

8 days ago

Temporary Manufacturing Associate - Nights

Lonza Biologics, Inc. Portsmouth, NH

The associate role is responsible for the manufacture of therapeutic proteins under cGMP conditions Equipment Expertise • Learns and performs… Glassdoor

16 days ago

Director, Quality Assurance

Lonza Biologics, Inc. Portsmouth, NH

• In collaboration with QA Head North America and Global Head of QA, contributing as subject matter expert for matters relating to formal quality… Glassdoor

8 days ago

Sr. Manager, Marketing Communications CMO/CDO

Lonza Biologics, Inc. Portsmouth, NH

Responsible for the development and implementation of technology specific CMO/CDO external marketing communication, and public relations activities… Glassdoor

11 days ago

Sr. Global GMP Manager

Lonza Biologics, Inc. Portsmouth, NH

In cooperation with the sites and other functions within Lonza Global Quality (LGQ), advise and support the sites in devising and executing… Glassdoor

Lonza Biologics Reviews

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Lonza Biologics CEO Richard Ridinger
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7 Ratings

    A good experience overall but no career development.

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    Former Employee - Senior QC in Hopkinton, MA
    Former Employee - Senior QC in Hopkinton, MA

    I worked at Lonza Biologics full-time (more than 5 years)


    Upper management was very open and communicative regarding the over all company strategy and vision. Decisions seemed to have been made for good reason. The medical, dental, and vision care benefits were very good. Annual bonus plan was pretty fairly executed.


    Office culture was off base in that while trying to treat everyone the same, management neglected the fact that different jobs required different resources (like a quiet workspace for example). Career development was low priority. There was very little sense of ownership for projects, no going the extra mile, just only doing what the customer asked and paid for and nothing more, even if it would add value to the process. People working on manufacturing and testing drug products didn't even take time to know what the drugs were meant to treat. Too many promises made by contract managers without verifying adequate resources to fulfill.

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