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Operations Rotational Development Program

Next application period is Q1 2022.

The Operations Rotational Development Program (ORDP) is a rotational programme. We hire top talents who have graduated within the last two years from university with a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree. The programme prepares you for successful contributions to Roche Pharma Technical Operations (PT). ORDP offers the chance to design and implement new processes, develop project management expertise, support world-class manufacturing and help significantly drive business productivity and profitability.

Key facts:


Highly qualified university graduates with a Master’s or Bachelor’s degree in a scientific or engineering field and less than two years since graduating from a Bachelor’s or Master’s programme.


Two-year trainee programme at Roche Basel/Kaiseraugst including rotations in any of the functional business areas of PT such as Manufacturing, Quality, Regulatory, Supply Chain, Strategy, Engineering, Product Development, as well as areas in Global Pharma Procurement.


Position based at the Roche headquarters in Basel/Kaiseraugst

Career benefits:

Varied and challenging project experiences in different departments and functions within PT

Regular feedback and development updates to ensure growth and development

Internal and external trainings/off-site events

Formal presentation opportunities at the completion of each rotational assignment

Who we are:

Roche Pharma Technical Operations (PT) means supplying critical healthcare products for people around the world: We currently have 15 plants at 11 sites in 10 countries. Our diverse portfolio of pharmaceutical products comprises innovative medicines based on both, traditional chemistry and biotechnology, for a variety of different therapeutic areas and in various dosage forms. Secure and speedy production is key, and it is coordinated from our headquarters in Basel.

Next application period is Q1 2022.

Meet the Operations Rotational Development Program


Meet Myriam

Hello, I am Myriam Eutamene, I joined the ORDP family in September 2019. I was born in France, but I grew up in Hong Kong and ended my studies in Uppsala, Sweden.

Meet Eliane

Hello, I am Eliane Weiss and I am in my first year within the ORDP program. It is an exciting time for me right now, as I start my second rotation in a new department, a new project and a new team.