Mission: Develop the best medicines possible from our intellectual property.
Conduct the most insightful clinical trials of our medicines.
Achieve superior communication and awareness of our products among physicians.
Grow our business to be in the top ...
I have been working at United Therapeutics full-time (More than 5 years)
Great benefits, nice RTP facilities, innovative scientific projects
Products at end of life cycle. Pipeline not strong outside of PAH. Commercial environment a bit mistrustful, feeling a need to always 'check your back'.
Advice to Management
Need stronger mentorship/employee growth/retention programs.
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at United Therapeutics (Durham, NC) in February 2017.
I was contacted by a tech recruiting company which acts as an agent for United Therapeutics. Despite my initial doubts on applying for the position, I set aside said doubts and decided to continue with the process at the behest of the recruiting company. The process consisted of a non-technical phone interview by the recruiting company, an unmonitored online technical assessment, a follow up phone interview with United Therapeutics, and finally, an interview onsite. Despite scoring well on the online assessment and being the only candidate to solve the technical challenge at the interview onsite, I was surprisingly not chosen for the position because United Therapeutics valued experience over talent in this case. Hindsight is 20/20, but I'm actually glad I didn't get an offer if they are a company that belittles talent and prefers experience, and I'll be sure to go with my initial instincts in the future and question outside opinions before following through with future interview processes.