The United States Pharmacopeia Overview

  • www.usp.org
  • Rockville, MD
  • 1001 to 5000 Employees
  • 1820
  • Nonprofit Organization
  • Biotech & Pharmaceuticals
  • $100 to $500 million (USD)

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A healthier world needs a strong foundation – one that establishes quality, sets the bar for scientific rigor and technological progress, and epitomizes collaboration between industry, nonprofits, government, and academia. At USP everything we do is in service of our mission ...
Mission: USP's mission is to improve global health through public standards and related programs that help ensure the quality, safety, and benefit of medicines and foods.

The United States Pharmacopeia Reviews

3.5
65%
Recommend to a Friend
74%
Approve of CEO
Ronald T Piervincenzi
Ronald T Piervincenzi
132 Ratings
5.0
Current Employee, more than 1 year

"Mission Focused/Great Benefits/Caring People"

Apr 5, 2022 - Senior Manager in Rockville, MD
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Positive Outlook
Approves of CEO

Pros

Well established, mission-focused organization with a track record for global impact. Culture of caring supervisors and staff. Lots of perks and great benefits. Organization undergoing

Cons

Pay sometimes not competitive
Advancement opportunities are limited for some roles
Workload can be overwhelming

Advice to Management

Training for managers
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Diversity & Inclusion at The United States Pharmacopeia

3.8
(76 Reviews)

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How is diversity at The United States Pharmacopeia?

...USP also has a lot of career development opportunities, from tuition assistance to mentoring and leadership training, to affinity groups and diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging programming....Read More

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The United States Pharmacopeia Interviews

Experience
Positive55%
Negative35%
Neutral10%
Getting an Interview
Applied online74%
Recruiter9%
Staffing Agency7%
Difficulty
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  1. Senior Automation Test Engineer Interview

    Anonymous Employee in India
    Declined Offer
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    Interview

    Interview was of 2 technical rounds, and an HR round.
    And the interview happened for 1 hour in each round.
    Got timely response once the interview is finished, and the overall process took was around 1week
    Interview

    Started with self introduction, followed by technical questions on selenium, java, jenkins and git. Had been asked to solve a coding problem

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Company Updates

April 20, 2022
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Here is your chance to get to know Vimala Raghavendran, Senior Director and Head of USP #Pharmaceutical Supply Chain Center in BioBuzz "5 Questions With..." Series! From the latest about USP's Medicine Supply Map to who Vimala Raghavendran would like to have dinner with and where. https://lnkd.in/gT3atx54
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5 Questions With Vimala Raghavendran, Senior Director and Head of USP Pharmaceutical Supply Chain Center · BioBuzz
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February 8, 2022
Allison B. von Berg, Compendial Integrity Manager at USP, shares her story about the role USP's quality standards have on her insulin treatments. Thoughtful post. Meditations on My Insulin Pen and USP Standards: “Does it hurt?” This question is usually preceded by a wince or a grimace and is almost exclusively the response when I tell someone that I give myself 4 injections a day (sometimes more) to control my diabetes. To be honest when I first started taking insulin 7 years ago, I was preoccupied with this question myself. Through my work at USP I’ve come to realize that there are so many bigger and more crucial components to ensuring the drug a diabetic injects won’t hurt them, that the question of giving myself an injection seems trivial in comparison. Diabetics are brave, we must be. When faced with losing your vision, limbs, or even your life, you summon the courage, and you do what you must. For me and many of the over 34 million diabetics in the U.S., part of what you do is take daily insulin injections and other medications. Click the link below to read the full story.
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Jennifer Devine on LinkedIn: My Insulin Pen and USP Standards by Allison B. von Berg
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What is paid time off like at The United States Pharmacopeia?

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