Mission: Our mission is to deliver innovative cancer therapies that meaningfully improve the lives of patients.
ImmunoGen aspires to become a fully-integrated biotech delivering innovative ADC therapies that meaningfully improve the lives of cancer patients.
We build upon our leadership in ADCs for oncology by:
ImmunoGen has been a part of the Greater Boston biotech community for more than 35 years. Since then, we have always been recognized by our employees as having a tight-knit, collaborative, and science-focused culture. We are committed to carrying these traditions onward through to today via our four cultural attributes.
Yes, one company CAN have it all: A robust pipeline, successful partnerships, the enthusiasm of being on the brink of a new era, a rewarding culture with industry-leading benefits, and most significantly, a shared mission and passion for changing the lives of people fighting cancer.
So, what is it that makes ImmunoGen a winning place to build your career?
A growing team of employees specializing in a diverse range of functions including research, bioanalytics, manufacturing and clinical development– all working together toward a singular mission – fighting cancer.
A promising pipeline of experimental anticancer therapies that could make a difference for patients who currently have limited options.
A proven technology that’s enabling the creation of potential new therapies for a wide variety of cancers.
Partnerships with some of the world’s leading healthcare companies, wanting to employ our technology to create new and better therapies for people with cancer.
A work environment that thrives on collaboration.
This is an exciting time in the evolution of our company, as we expand our development, clinical and manufacturing capabilities, and prepare for the commercialization of our own products in the future. Visit our Career Portal to explore current opportunities to join the ImmunoGen team!
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I applied through a recruiter. The process took 2+ months. I interviewed at ImmunoGen (Waltham, MA) in April 2016.
I was contacted by a Recruiter working as contractor for the company - we were linked on LinkedIn. He convinced me about the position. I then had a phone interview with the HR, followed by one with the hiring manager, then a week later an all-day interview including a presentation and lunch with a group. I had the occasion to meet 1:1 with the HM, the group's lead, the RAs, as well as with other Scientists I may be working with. It was a good overview of the group, and I think they provided a good idea of what a new hire would encounter - after all, the company is also being interviewed by the candidate. Then... I waited. I could contact them and get back information on the status of my application, which I greately appreciate. One month after the interview, I was offered the position. There was no choice of negociating the package.