How to Apply and FAQs
We are so glad that you made the decision to consider employment with Immunomedics!
Your first step will be to search for a position that best matches your interests, skills, and educational background. When you have identified a position of choice, we welcome your application.
To help us determine your potential fit with our organization, we request that you read the job posting thoroughly and provide all of the requested information, including the specific position for which you are applying.
To formally apply, please submit your resume/CV, your cover letter, and salary expectations via one of the following methods:
Attention: HR Department
300 The American Road
Morris Plains, NJ 07950
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I apply for a job with Immunomedics?
Immunomedics accepts candidate submissions through our website (preferred), email, fax, or mail. When applying by email, cover letters and resumes/CVs should be submitted as Word or PDF documents. Please specify the position for which you wish to be considered and include all information that we require at the time of initial application. This will allow for a more efficient and successful process.
What reasonable accommodations does Immunomedics offer to applicants with disabilities?
If an applicant needs an accommodation in completing any aspect of our recruitment process, he/she should reach out to HR using any of the contact information listed above or dial our main telephone number, dial 0 for the Operator, and ask to speak with someone from the HR department regarding application assistance.
What happens to my resume after it is received?
Your application information will initially be reviewed by HR to determine if you meet the requirements specified in the job posting. Your submission will be forwarded to the appropriate department hiring manager if you are qualified. If the hiring manager would like to schedule you for a phone or onsite interview, you will be contacted by an employee from the HR department.
Can I contact a department hiring manager directly?
No. All communication regarding recruitments must be submitted to HR. The only exceptions would be if a candidate is contacted directly by the hiring manager in relation to the phone interview and/or thank you correspondence to individuals with whom you have interviewed.
Will I hear back from Immunomedics after I submit my resume?
It depends. We would like to contact each and every applicant but unfortunately do not have the resources to do so. We will contact you if your qualifications match the requirements of the position for which you applied and we have interest in your candidacy. We may also contact you to clarify information contained in your application submission.
How long does the hiring process take?
The length of the hiring process often varies by position. Recruitments can take as little as two weeks and as long as several months depending upon a variety of factors. Generally speaking, it can average six weeks from initial posting of the position to an approved offer being extended to a candidate.
What is involved in the recruitment process?
Depending upon the role, the level of the position, and the required qualifications, the process may include a phone interview and typically 1 or 2 onsite interviews. We respect your time and will do our best to obtain all of the information we need from you to enable an informed decision. We feel that the interview process allows for both of us to learn more about the other and find out if there is a mutual fit. We collect feedback from all interviewers because we truly believe that fit is determined by a mix of technical expertise and personal attributes. We take the role of hiring very seriously and always wish to make the best decision for all involved parties.
How can I find out about the status of my application?
Due to the size of our departments and workload volume, you will only be contacted if we have interest in your candidacy. If you participate in a phone or in-person interview with us, we will follow up with you regarding your ongoing candidacy.
What happens if I want to submit a resume but don’t see any current positions that are a good match?
You can still submit your application for general consideration and we will keep your resume on file for 6 months. In the event a suitable position becomes available during that time frame, we will contact you but recommend that you check our website for updates.
What departments exist within Immunomedics?
Our Corporate Headquarters is comprised of the following departments:
- Antibody Manufacturing
- Corporate Strategy and Business Development
- Cell Culture
- Cell Line Development
- Clinical Data Management
- Clinical Research/Medical Affairs
- Finance and Administration
- Human Resources
- IBC Pharmaceuticals, Inc (our majority-owned subsidiary)
- Information Technology
- Legal Affairs
- Pre-Clinical Research
- Quality Assurance & Compliance including Validation and Technical Services
- Quality Control
- Regulatory Affairs
- Research and Development (Chemistry and Exploratory Research)