I have been working at ImmunoGen full-time (More than a year)
Great people, science and commitment to patients!
Fun atmosphere, flexible workplace, motivated and committed staff
I've worked in so many companies, they all have their challenges! At end of the day all that the work we do is for the patient who wants to live longer!
Advice to Management
Nothing at this time
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.
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