In the beginning, our CEO Tim Walbert had a vision for a different kind of pharmaceutical company.
One that challenges industry norms, embraces innovation and defines success by a different set of numbers: the numbers of lives touched, the number of lives changed, the number of lives saved. It’s a vision that we carry forward today. It’s at the very center of our culture. It’s who we are.
We Go to Incredible Lengths
We’re not just employees. Many of us know a patient, are a patient or have been impacted by a patient story. We do what we do because it’s ingrained in us; it’s in our DNA.
Whether we’re developing and marketing medicines, supporting patient advocacy efforts or giving back to the community, it’s personal. Hear directly from our people about what makes working at Horizon so special.
Small Company Feel, Global Impact
Founded in 2008 as a small startup with only a handful of employees and no office space to call our own, we’ve evolved into a global company with more than $1 billion in net sales* and over 1,000 employees in less than a decade.
While we’ve grown at a rapid pace, our culture remains rooted in its personal, small-company feel. We’ve consistently received recognition as one of the best places to work at both the local and national level.
Join Our Team and Transform Patients’ Lives
Do you have a desire to be part of something bigger than yourself? Want to join a company that truly makes a difference? Then we want to hear from you. Check out our current openings and apply today.
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*Represents non-GAAP adjusted net sales. Please see the section entitled “Non-GAAP Financial Measures” in our included Annual Report on Form 10-K for a description of this non-GAAP measure and a reconciliation of this measure to GAAP net sales.