My 10 minute guide to investigating a company's "Commitment to Diversity"


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My 10 minute guide to investigating a company's "Commitment to Diversity"

By Fields JacksonCEO, Racing Toward Diversity magazine

Before you send in that resume for the job you found posted on line - visit the local library, pull out your laptop or smart phone and check out a few items on the company.

I have listed 7 quick checks. Short on time? Pick four of the seven, in no particular order and get a good indication of a companies level of commitment.

1) Board of Directors. Quick check of the board's make up. Normally found on the investor relations page of the company web site. Male vs female can give you a good first impression. But don't stop - cannot always judge a book or company by it's cover.

2) Senior staff/Executive composition. Normally found on the "About Us" page of the web site. Another snap shot - may change your first impression. But again, don't stop - we suggest if you only have 10 minutes before the interview check two more. If you have time, we suggest all seven. Besides - look how prepared you will be for the interview

3) Partnerships - Networks - Affiliations One of the major themes at Racing Toward Diversity magazine is "It's the Company you Keep". Just as in every day life, you can learn a tremendous amount about a person or group by the company they keep. Who they select as references or affiliations, Well the same holds true for companies and organizations, What national or local affiliations are on their web site? Is it a one way conversation? Or do the affiliations they mention - say the same thing about the company on their web site? Two way conversations make it easy to see the company has moved beyond words on the company mission statement.

4) Supplier vendor programs and event participation. Check out local or national supplier diversity, small business or entrepreneur events. Does the company attend, sponsor, participate?

5) Diversity job fairs? Check out local or national job fairs held with Chambers of Commerce, colleges or universities. Does the company participate?

6) Active social media conversations. (Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn). Tweets, "Likes" - Conversation, conventions, meetings with diversity thought leaders, diversity organizations, summits or conferences. Can the company "Walk the Talk" or is all the diversity communication one way via their company press release?

7) Lastly - for those "Two Minute" managers Google the company or organization's name and the word diversity. If you have to go beyond page 2 - Stop, you have your answer.



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Managing Director, San Francisco
San Francisco
From Ms. Valarie De La Garza, Managing Director, Fenton, Los Angeles.
·         Executive Management
·         Managing Director
·         California
·         Permanent / Full Time
Fenton, the Social Change Agency, is looking for a new Managing Director of our San Francisco office to join our Executive Management team. Our mission is to create strategies and campaigns to change the world, focusing on human rights, public health, the environment, social justice, legitimate CSR and real corporate sustainability. We seek an experienced Agency executive to manage a small, talented SF team, part of a 50 person agency based in NY, SF, LA and DC. Management experience, an entrepreneurial spirit, strong business development and presentation skills, a network of prospects and a passion for progressive issues in these challenging times a must. The Bay Area is the center of technological, social and philanthropic innovation in the world, and our firm has a 35 year history perfectly matched for it. Competitive agency salary offered plus significant upside potential.
For more information and to apply, visit:

Senior Manager – Communication, Training and Support
San Bruno, Calif.
Job Requisition:
What you'll do
As part of whole Retail organization, the Retail Business Operations team is one of the horizontal teams that supports all the Category Teams across all sites,,,, and Anything that requires cross category efforts and drives end customer value falls in the reigns of the Retail Business Operations. This team is new and we are building it to focus on 3 main pillars:
In the fast paced environment, one of the greatest needs is clear, effectively communication. This could take the form of experience design, social media, email newsletters and open office hours. The ultimate goal is to ensure information is communicated and heard while not burying the retail org under too much information.
There is a need for focus and partnership with our support organizations to ensure that support procedures and process meet the retail teams’ needs. There will also be a focus on ensuring appropriate handing of escalated and trending issues and that problems are fixed at the root versus just solved as they present.
Retail Training:
The Retail organization is growing and all processes and tools are constantly evolving. So, there is a need for training current Associates as well as onboarding new Category team members that joining every week. We acknowledge the business need for fast ramp-up and learning curve, so we are taking a more dedicated approach that enables fast and adaptive training
Position Summary
As a Senior Manager, you’ll be working in one, two or the three pillars depending on where the needs are. We expect you to be nimble and enjoy a fast-pace environment. Indeed, we expect you to drive and point the organization towards where your help is more needed. In any project, you’ll be accountable for setting up the processes to work collaboratively with all team members (category managers, marketing, Analytics, product organization,…) and managing the different phases, including initiation, planning, execution, monitoring, control and closure.
Position Description
Depending on the projects you’ll be driving some aspects will be more critical than others, but in any case you’ll be responsible for:
·         Set up a nimble process to coordinate the project
·         Identify key stakeholders and manage their expectations
·         Drive the project to completion: assess, communicate, and mitigate risks as they arise – and we can promise you, they’ll arise.
·         Communicate directly with executive management team to share project status, and to escalate risks and issues as needed to endure visibility, ownership, and timely resolution.
·         Champion process improvement initiatives across the retail organization to make us more agile
·         Think strategically on how to solve issues – sometimes you’ll listen the “what” and “how”, but you really need to understand the “why” to solve the situation.
Minimum Qualifications
·         BA/BS
·         5-7 + years of experience in project management or relevant consulting experience
·         Experience in digital businesses
·         Maniacal about organization and attention to detail. Nobody will be reviewing your work but there is lot at stake.
·         Ability to manage stakeholder expectations
·         Ability to plan and estimate work.
·         Some travel required
Preferred Qualifications
·         MBA a plus
·         Project Management Professional (PMP) certification preferred
·         Ecommerce experience is a plus
For more information and to apply:

Associate Manager, Internal Communications
New York
Job Description:
Passionate, creative communications team seeks someone imaginative, organized and determined, who has a real curiosity about what inspires human beings along with a knack for simplifying difficult concepts. You’ll need to be committed to helping drive strategic messages across Nielsen to inspire action. Develop clear, creative communications pieces that connect Nielsen associates across the world and make them feel part of something bigger. You should be able to deftly handle everything from meeting tight deadlines to coordinating video shoots and global town halls. And please have the kind of personality that will help senior leaders place their trust in you.
Hand-raisers, awesome writers/editors and problem-solvers are welcome!
Key responsibilities include:
·         Writing and edit compelling, strategic communications that will grab the interest and emotions of a busy global workforce
·         Being very organized
·         Helping to form the strategic direction and writing for each global weekly newsletter
·         Supporting logistics and plans  for town halls
·         Becoming an expert on Nielsen news and initiatives
·         Helping to support strategic communications plan and execution of plan for various groups within Nielsen
·         Supporting launch of new grassroots communications initiative
·         2-3 years of experience in Communications desirable
·         BS/BA degree in Communications, Journalism, English, or a related field
·         Inclination to ask questions and explain concepts simply
·         Excellent writing ability; able to adapt tone to a casual, engaging voice
·         Motivation
·         Excellent planning and project management skills
·         Ability to interface with senior leadership
·         Ability to multitask, prioritize and manage internal stakeholders.
·         Ability to work with virtual teams
Nielsen is a global performance management company that provides a comprehensive understanding of what consumers Watch and Buy. Nielsen's Watch segment provides media and advertising clients with Total Audience measurement services across all devices where content — video, audio and text — is consumed. The Buy segment offers consumer packaged goods manufacturers and retailers the industry's only global view of retail performance measurement. By integrating information from its Watch and Buy segments and other data sources, Nielsen provides its clients with both world-class measurement as well as analytics that help improve performance.
Nielsen, an S&P 500 company (NYSE: NLSN), has operations in over 100 countries that cover more than 90% of the world's population.  Nielsen prides itself on being a place where employees can be themselves, make a difference, and grow their careers with the company.  It has been named one of the “Top 50 Companies for Diversity” by Diversity, Inc. for three years running and was selected as one of the “Top 35 Companies for Leaders who want Flexibility” by FlexJobs.  For more information visit
Nielsen is committed to hiring and retaining a diverse workforce. We are proud to be an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action-Employer, making decisions without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability status, age, marital status, protected veteran status or any other protected class.
To apply, visit:

Marketing and Communications Manager/Pacific
Auckland, New Zealand
Job Requisition:
Marketing and Communications Manager, Pacific
This position plays a key role in Nielsen’s Pacific Marketing and Communications team. It includes a healthy mix of both strategic thinking and hands-on execution. As the Marketing and Communications Manager, you will conceive and orchestrate break-through communications and marketing tasks that grow Nielsen’s reputation and supports commercial priorities. And, you can prove commercial outcomes as a result of your seamless and engaging activities.
The Pacific Marketing and Communications team is a dynamic group of talented people with a diverse mix of skills and valuable qualities. We have different experiences, but we do have some important traits in common: intellectual curiosity, a commitment to being “ideal team players,” a desire to be pathbreakers and a belief that our work matters.
You will have the space and flexibility to make a real impact to the Pacific business and drive key projects in your own way; all while upholding Nielsen’s Global and Pacific marketing and communications best practices and guidelines.
Primary Objectives
Aligned with the Pacific commercial priorities, you will design and execute path-breaking marketing and communications activities to protect and build the Nielsen brand.
Key Activities Include
·         Commercial support / RFP’s
·         Have a comprehensive understanding of RFP documentation and resources. Be able to oversee a quality output based on client needs and using content from the commercial teams without assistance.
·         Support the commercial teams to follow Nielsen’s Pacific RFP best practice process.
Product Marketing
·         Support the planning and execution of new product launches / enhancements – including communications plans, product marketing materials and events
·         Support commercial campaigns to generate interest around existing products to drive revenue aligned with the sales focus
·         Ensure Nielsen’s suite of products is supported by up-to- date marketing collateral, client communications and digital / website outputs
·         Develop and manage strategies for lead nurturing, customer acquisition, and retention
Public Relations
·         Support the creation/ drafting of media releases
·         Build solid press relationships
·         Assist in compiling responses to media enquiries
·         Assist in the coordination of in-house and external industry events for Nielsen including invitations, logistics and follow up communications campaigns to drive ROI
·         Work with local teams to identify presenters and topics for targeted industry events which demonstrate Nielsen’s strengths and capabilities
Client /Internal Communications
·         Work with key stakeholders to support the creation of engaging and digitally advanced internal and client communications and tools
·         Provide hands-on support in the exploring and execution of digital communications tools and measurable technology
·         Support the Pacific Internal Comms lead to maintain open communication channels with Nielsen associates and clients via newsletters, email blasts, and other regular or ad hoc channels of communications.
About you
·         You must be a focused, self-starting and agile person who is comfortable with challenging the status quo. You are capable of maintaining an evolutionary marcomm’s mindset and embrace fresh, digital and smart ways of work principles.
·         What other departments do you work with?
·         You will have regular interactions with the Pacific leadership team as well as a healthy mix of exchanges across multiple departments. Your day could consist of working with teams in Nielsen’s media and technology departments as well as teams across retail, sport, finance and product leadership.
Geographic responsibilities
While based in Auckland with a focus on supporting the New Zealand market, a large portion of your time and application will be working on projects across the entire Pacific business. Sporadic travel to Australia will be required.
Reporting Lines
The position reports to the NZ Managing Director and the Pacific Head of Marketing and Communications.
To apply:

Advisor, Planning and Performance Analysis
Washington, D.C.
Job ID:
AARP is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization, with a membership of nearly 38 million that helps people turn their goals and dreams into 'Real Possibilities' by changing the way America defines aging. With staffed offices in all 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands, AARP works to strengthen communities and promote the issues that matter most to families such as healthcare security, financial security and personal fulfillment. AARP also advocates for individuals in the marketplace by selecting products and services of high quality and value to carry the AARP name.  As a trusted source for news and information, AARP produces the world’s largest circulation magazine, AARP The Magazine and AARP Bulletin.
The Community, State and National Affairs (CSNA) team is a key contributor to AARP's mission of social change for Americans 50+ and their families. CSNA drives social change through our advocacy work by giving our members a voice—at the federal, state, local levels and community levels—on issues important to them such as Financial Resilience, Health Security, and Personal Fulfillment.
With a network of 53 offices in each state, the US Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico and the District of Columbia, we live where we work. This allows us to do what we do best…meet the people and directly engage in our communities to find out what they need and want, enabling us to educate our members with programs and information that is relevant to them.
Our state offices work hand-in-glove with AARP’s national office in Washington, DC. This reach—from community to state to federal – enables CSNA to better empower people 50+ to enjoy the way they live and work today, while reaching their goals for tomorrow…their life – their way.
Summary Statement
The Advisor within Planning and Performance Analysis serves as a strategic advisor to the Director, Planning & Performance Analysis, and the leadership across CSN.  Develops strategic and operational planning process for CSN with an alignment to the Enterprise priorities and success measures, based on multiple and complex data streams and business needs.  Helps to steer programmatic efforts in the CSN’s advocacy, campaigns, and education/outreach efforts to help achieve performance goals and targets through analytical supports.  Frames stories of impact delivered by CSN’s programs/initiatives on the 50-plus population.  Serves as primary liaison to other units who are lead for the Enterprise Strategy and CSN planning.
·         Plays key role in the planning and reporting aspects of CSN’s strategic and operational planning and evaluation efforts in conjunction with and in support of AARP’s overarching strategic plan.
·         Leads and facilitates development of the strategic and operational planning process and guidance for the states and communities with an eye towards value-generating shared outcomes achieved through effective and efficient planning. 
·         Contributes to discussions and influences AARP’s planning and decision-making processes that enable states and communities to meet their broad and shared performance goals.
·         Leads the design of tools for data collection, analysis, and roll-up reports planning and provide technical support and training to users of the tools.
·         Produces and communicates user-friendly, comprehensive, and customized outputs of annual plans.
·         Recommends and implements ways to improve processes and tools for planning annually.
·         Assists department and issue leads to develop targeted and effective strategies and outcome-oriented goals towards collected efforts to grow impact of AARP offerings.
·         Provides training and tools to managers and staff on how strategic goals are set, how to measure them, and how to achieve them in their particular area of expertise
·         Supports internal effort to spread best practices and telling impact stories.
·         Works collaboratively with staff at all levels to provide optimal customer service to members and to meet or exceed Dashboard goals.
·         Demonstrates AARP values and leadership behaviors in all interactions.
·         Bachelor’s (advanced degree preferred) in organizational, project or program management, engineering, business administration or other field aligned to the development of strategies, success measures, and monitoring of outcomes. 
·         8+ years of related experience or a combination of education and experience in the field of strategic or operational planning or outcome development, tracking, analyzing, and management.
·         Excellent interpersonal skills for matrix environment, and ability to inform, educate, motivate and work with others at all levels to ensure high performance and achievement of strategic goals.
·         Strong and clear communications skills, especially in translating complex data into understandable insights and stories.
·         Strong problem solving and analytical skills as well as facilitation skills with creativity, adaptability and flexibility in dealing with process or programmatic challenges and options.
·         Proficient project management and organization skills.
·         Experienced user of various software/tools, such as Excel, Tableau, SharePoint, PPT, WebEx, and/or ability to learn new software/tools quickly.
Benefits Offered
AARP offers competitive benefits with a 401K, 100% company funded pension plan, health, dental, vision and life insurance, STD/LTD, paid vacation and sick, and other benefits.
Equal Employment Opportunity.
AARP is an equal opportunity employer committed to hiring a diverse workforce and sustaining an inclusive culture.  AARP does not discriminate on the basis of race, ethnicity, religion, sex, color, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, mental or physical disability, genetic information, veteran status, or on any other basis prohibited by applicable law.
To apply, visit:

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15th Annual National HBCU Business Deans Roundtable Summit 

15th Annual National HBCU Business Deans Roundtable Summit 

June 1-3, 2017 

The Allen Entrepreneurial Institute 

3235 Evans Mill Rd

Lithonia, GA 

On Friday, June 2, 2016 - 1:40 p.m. – 2:50 p.m. 

Panel will be co-moderated by HBCU Business Dean incoming president Joe M. Ricks, Jr., Ph.D.J.P. Morgan Chase Professor of Sales and MarketingChair Division of BusinessXavier University of Louisiana and Fields Jackson, Jr. CEO and Chief Cheerleader, Racing Toward Diversity magazine.



1) Gail Johnson - Vice President, Leadership Development and Strategic Partnerships - AT&T

2) C.J. Jordan - Special assistant to the Secretary of Commerce and National Director - US Department of Commerce 

3) Tobin Williams - Executive Director Human Resources Corporate Staffs General Motors

4)  Lesley Slaton Brown - Chief Diversity Officer HP
5) Earl Fagan, Jr. - Managing Director - KPMG, LLP

6)  Eugene Cornelius - Deputy Associate Administrator Office of International Trade, US Small Business Administration




DCV Specialty Regional Business Leader - Carolinas


DCV Specialty Regional Business Leader - Carolinas AEB00000-POS_75124469-1
Sanofi, a global healthcare leader, discovers, develops and distributes therapeutic solutions focused on patients’ needs.
Sanofi has core strengths in diabetes solutions, human vaccines, innovative drugs, consumer healthcare, emerging markets, animal health and Genzyme.
At Sanofi US, we are committed to the growth of our people, connected in purpose by career, life and health Headquartered in Bridgewater, NJ, Sanofi US is part of a leading global healthcare company dedicated to discovering, developing and distributing therapeutic solutions focused on patients’ needs.
Sanofi has core strengths in diabetes solutions, human vaccines, innovative drugs, consumer healthcare, emerging markets, animal health and Genzyme.
Sanofi US employs approximately 17,000 people across the country all dedicated to protecting health, enhancing life and responding to the hopes and potential healthcare needs of seven billion people around the world.
Commitment is our Strength. Ready to grow together?
Sanofi US endeavors to make our career center accessible to any and all users. If you are experiencing difficulty and need assistance applying online, please call 1-800-207-8049 Option 7, then Option 3.
Position overview:
The position of Specialty Regional Business Leader will report directly to the Vice President of Sales.  This position will have broad geographic responsibility for the company’s Diabetes and Cardiovascular Specialty Sales Teams and Institutional and Long Term Care Sales Teams.  The team will comprise of approximately 90 Sales Professionals and 10 Area Business Leaders.  The primary objective is to drive sales performance for Sanofi products in the specialty care and non-retail sales channels.  She/he will be expected to deep dive into regional trends/performance to identify opportunities to accelerate performance in the Specialty, IDN, Institutional, and LTC Channels.  The Specialty Regional Business Leader will communicate and align how front line leadership and sales teams tactically execute the commercial vision and strategy.  She/he will be expected to deliver the sales goal targets through the deployment of appropriate sales teams, structures, and resources while leveraging a culture of accountability to maximize performance. 
Due to the nature of the specialty and institutional customer base, the Specialty Regional Business Leader will be responsible for ensuring the broader team is positioned to drive performance within local markets by establishing mutually valuable prescriber and business relationships with marketplace influencers, decision makers, thought leaders and institutions.  This requires the Specialty Regional Business Leader to set the standard and drive accountability for marketplace collaboration with alliance partners, medical, OCG, USMA and Primary Care sales teams. 
Candidate Profile:
The candidate should be a transformational leader with a proven track record of highly successful sales and matrix teams.  She/he should possess a deep experience with building relationships with and selling to specialty care physicians and c-suite level healthcare executives.  Their experience should include an understanding of cultivating thought leaders, decision makers, referral networks and transitions of care.  She/he should demonstrate an ability to uncover insights and opportunities to increase overall market potential.  The candidate should demonstrate an ability to communicate insights and influence across matrix partners and sales teams, specifically  with recommendations for planning, deployment and execution to a broad base of customers that generates value and performance. She/he should be energized by setting ambitious objectives for their teams, customers, and accounts.  She/he should thrive on finding opportunities/obstacles in customer networks, marshals human and material resources, and supports colleagues engaged in shared customer networks in a way that achieves enduring performance beyond their direct customers. Experience in cardiovascular specialty, diabetes specialty, and specialty pharmacy are essential.  Exposure to successful new product launches across multiple channels and building new sales teams would be an asset. 
Key competencies for success in the position are:
  • Transformational Leadership – The successful candidate must communicate a compelling vision, model and develop a culture of ownership, coaching and accountability to drive performance. This individual should have the proven ability to attract and acquire, motivate, coach and develop talent, and fuse them into a highly engaged and high performing team. She/he must implement the Sanofi US’ performance management program, establish a culture of accountable coaching, and establish a healthy competitive work environment to build/maintain a high performance culture.  She/he must role model team and matrix leadership, with a strong work ethic, and must inspire the same from others. She/he should demonstrate the ability to lead a team forward by demonstrating change management and transition skills to ensure behaviors are driven to the front line. Finally, this individual must be a strong communicator, able to clearly articulate business issues and propositions both within the company and to external constituencies.
  • Strategic Thinking & Business Planning - The Specialty Regional Business Leader has a deep understanding of their healthcare marketplace which they use to anticipate trends and to challenge current business practices as appropriate.  She/he must work with matrix partners (USMA, OCG, Primary Care, Medical, and Alliance) to dig deep into local performance to assess a range of variables including market trends and opportunities, key thought leader and decision maker maps, traditional/non-traditional customers, referral networks, prescription data, competition, etc., in order to evolve traditional sales approaches and craft strong near and longer term customer engagement strategies. She/he should have a profound understanding of the specialty and institutional customer and must build a level of credibility that makes him/her and the team foundational partners in the customer's success. She/he must adeptly apply business acumen and commercial judgment to concepts and plans that are developed by matrix members to fulfill franchise strategy goals. She/he should consistently demonstrate the ability to lead matrix planning and to present their business performance and business plans in matrix leadership settings.
  • Results Orientation - The successful candidate must be accountable to develop solutions to achieve or exceed regional sales objectives. She/he should have a history of success and a track record of accurate, reproducible, and continually improving results through the coaching and leadership of teams. The successful candidate should be energized by new challenges and the opportunity to optimize, with the goal of highest possible performance. She/he must uncover nontraditional ways to introduce improvements and enhance business performance. She/he should have the ability to dive deep into local market performance and execution with the consistent focus on turning around areas of underperformance.
  • Develop People – The successful candidate is accountable for unlocking their direct report’s potential to maximize their performance and the performance of their team.  She/he must hold themselves and their direct reports accountable for objective, timely and consistent coaching and employee development to correct and accelerate performance.  The Specialty Regional Business Leader must build the specialty sales/sales leadership team into a destination that attracts and hires proven top talent in the field selling organization. 
  • Partnership and Collaboration - The successful candidate must have the collaboration skills needed to work closely with and lead regional matrix teams (market access, state and federal government markets, medical, marketing, etc.) to ensure implementation of the DCV strategy. She/he will be required to drive performance through thought both targeted business and primary care influence.  Externally, the ideal candidate should be able to establish and build relationships and interact extensively with key opinion leaders and joint venture partners in order to optimally position DCV products. The successful candidate must demonstrate an ability to work effectively in environments where cross-functional and cross-cultural collaboration on tactical as well as strategic matters occurs regularly.
  • BA/BS from an accredited school required and MBA degree is preferred. Focus in business, life sciences or public health preferred.
  • 5+ years of successful first line leader experience and 3-5 Years of second line leader experience preferred
  • Deep understanding of traditional and non-traditional customers in the cardiovascular specialty, diabetes specialty, institutional and long term care channel, specialty pharmacy and the evolving healthcare landscape in the U.S.
  • Solid understanding in the diabetes and cardiovascular therapeutic areas
  • Demonstrated ability to see and connect dots and patterns in the healthcare landscape
  • Ability to influence and lead a matrix team consisting of PC RBL, Alliance, Medical, OCG, USMA.
  • Internal candidates must have at least 24 months tenure with Sanofi and a minimum of 12 months in current position
  • Proven ability to drive behavior change to the front line
  • Possess effective communication and change agility skills
  • Possess strong business acumen and project management skills
  • Travel 50-70%
Job Information
  • North Carolina, United States
  • 33675958
  • May 13, 2017
  • DCV Specialty Regional Business Leader - Carolinas
  • Sanofi
  • Sales
  • Full-Time
  • Indefinite
  • BA/BS/Undergraduate
  • 5-7 Years
  • 50-75%
Sanofi US Services, Inc. and its U.S. affiliates are Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action employers committed to a culturally diverse workforce.  All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race; color; creed; religion; national origin; age; ancestry; nationality; marital, domestic partnership or civil union status; sex, gender, gender identity or expression; affectional or sexual orientation; disability; veteran or military status or liability for military status; domestic violence victim status; atypical cellular or blood trait; genetic information (including the refusal to submit to genetic testing) or any other characteristic protected by law.


: Sales

Primary Location 

: United States-US Remote-US Remote

Other Locations 

: United States-South Carolina-Greenville, United States-South Carolina-Charleston, United States-North Carolina-Raleigh, United States-South Carolina-Columbia, United States-North Carolina-Charlotte

About Sanofi 

The sanofi-aventis Group is the world’s third largest pharmaceutical company, ranking number one in Europe. Backed by a world-class R&D organization, sanofi-aventis is developing leading positions in seven major therapeutic areas: cardiovascular disease, thrombosis, oncology, diabetes, central nervous system, internal medicine, vaccines. The sanofi-aventis Group is listed in Paris (EURONEXT: SAN) and in New York (NYSE: SNY). 

Sanofi pasteur, the vaccines business of the sanofi-aventis Group, produced 1.4 billion doses of vaccine in 2003, making it possible to protect 500 million people across the globe, which is about 1.4 million per day. The company offers the broadest range of vaccines, providing protection against 20 bacterial and viral diseases. Currently, we have the following career opportunities available: