Lonza Careers and Employment
- CEOPierre-Alain Ruffieux, CEO
- Company sizemore than 10,000
- Revenue$5bn to $10bn (SGD)
- IndustryPharmaceutical & Biotechnology
Salary estimated from 130 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed.
$4,704 per month
$8,227 per month
Quality Control Supervisor
$14,192 per month
Intern in 35 Tuas South Ave 6, Singapore 637377
on September 22, 2019
Good working place
I was attached to Lonza for my internship. It was a good working experience and learned alot of manufacturing things. They have transportation from many MRT which makes traveling to work easier. the staff there are very nice and helpful.
Specialist in Tuas
on August 16, 2019
Challenging work environment
As a CMO, Lonza is very sensitive about bottom line. A lot of decisions we make are based on getting the best profits out of the work. It is very fast-paced here. Work life balance can be challenging. People are friendly and collaborative, management however is very task oriented.
Construction Manager in Singapore
on April 8, 2019
had new challenge and carried out through all activities of responsibilities . various kinds of construction strategies to resolve and decide . finally , I had satisfied in terms of construction management strategies .
Intern in Singapore
on January 2, 2019
friendly and welcoming
I worked there for a short span of 5months but the staff there were all nice and friendly. I was assigned to the Quality Assurance section where we handled editing and proof-reading documentation. It was a head turner as I would have a lot of documents to look through and edit, but it was worthwhile as people recognized you and comment on the job well done. Even as an intern they valued my comments during weekly meetings with the head management of the team.
Intern - Deviation Investigation in Tuas
on May 24, 2018
Friendly working environment
As interns, the people in my department (Deviation Investigation Team under Manufacturing) are welcoming. They are always willing to teach when time allows. Bringing us interns inside manufacturing sides to observe the how the processes run, bringing to board meetings. The whole company is a multi-racial seeing there people coming from different ethnicity. Most challenging would be the distance, however there are company buses picking up from multiple pick-up points. Through this internship, I got to make friends from different polytechnic and create a bond with my colleagues.
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