Support world-class manufacturing and drive business productivity


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South San Francisco
Hillsboro, Oregon facilities

The Operations Rotational Development Program (ORDP) hires top talent who have graduated within the last 2 years from college with a bachelors or masters, and prepares them for successful contributions to Roche/Genentech’s Pharma Technical Operations (PT). The program is structured as four 6-month rotations and offers the opportunity for ORDP Analysts to gain a broad perspective on the core PT functions that are critical to the manufacturing of Genentech/ Roche products. 

Participants will have opportunities to develop project management expertise, support world-class manufacturing, and be involved in processes that significantly drive business productivity and profitability. The rotations are tailored to provide challenging and meaningful assignments, training in technical and managerial skills, and coaching with rotation managers and mentors.
Examples of Work

A rotation manager will guide participants through the day-to-day activities of the department. You will have a chance to work on projects on both an individual and team basis throughout PT and will perform activities and functions as a member of your assigned department.

Examples of training opportunities include formal internal and external training, formal presentation opportunities at the completion of each rotational assignment, and informal learning opportunities such as the ORDP Forum, participation in the Buddy Program, and networking events.


Listen to what our alumni and current candidates have to say about ORDP
“I feel fortunate to be a part of the DSRP, which consists of a diverse group not only in ethnicity but also in interests and experiences. I am one of the only hijabi Muslim women in the Development Sciences and Translational Medicine, I am also first-generation and grew up low income, so I feel both proud and excited that I get to share my experiences because it can help provide a unique perspective on things. Patients come from diverse backgrounds,  and I believe that having a diverse workplace can improve patient outcomes.”
Hayat Elqossari
Rotational Scientist II in the Heme group in OBD