How to Join Us
Our career website is updated throughout each day. If you do not see a position which you are interested in and qualified for today, you should visit our website again tomorrow as postings are updated daily. Use the Job Search function at the top of the page to view current openings.
If you believe you need a reasonable accommodation to search for a job opening, apply for a position, or during the interview process, please contact us at email@example.com or by phone at (877) 229-3727.
To submit your application, go to “Job Search” in the upper right corner of the career website. Select the career level you’re looking for, functional area and geographic location. If you find a position you’d like to apply for, click on the “apply online” button. Here you can create a candidate profile, or sign in if you have an existing profile. You can also check the status of your current applications.
Applicants who require a reasonable accommodation during the recruiting process may contact us via email careersusbayer.com or phone1-877-229-3727. A member of the Bayer Recruiting team will be able to assist you.
Your username (e-mail address) and password were emailed to you when you first created your profile. If you did not receive them, please check your spam/junk mail. You can reset your password on our career website using your email address. Click on ‘Returning Applicants’ in the right hand section, under “Registration/Application.” In the login box, you can change or reset your password. If you forgot it, click on “Forgot your Password.” You will get a notification within a few seconds with instructions to reset your password.
The system authenticates users based on the email address you entered the first time you logged on. Even if you changed your email, log on using your original email address as your username to logon. However, notifications will be sent to your new address.
You can set up job alerts that will email you with information about positions that fit your profile and interests. Once the alert is created, all new positions that meet your defined criteria will automatically be emailed to you at the frequency you select. You can select the frequency by entering the number of days between alerts. To locate this feature, click "returning applicants", log into your profile, click "options", and select "job alerts" from the drop down menu.
The username (your e-mail address) and password was emailed to you when you first created your profile. If you did not receive it, please check your spam/junk mail. If you cannot locate the email, click above on "Returning Applicants" and select "Password Forgotten." Once the screen opens, enter the email address on the profile you created and click "Request Password." This will generate a new email containing your username and password.
Yes, of course. If you are interested in opportunities outside of your country of residence, visit http://www.career.bayer.com and select the country you’re interested in to view the list of open positions in that country. Follow the application instructions provided.
Bayer provides sponsorship on a case by case basis, based on business needs. We encourage you to apply for positions of interest. Visa requirements will be discussed if you are selected to interview.
Yes. The first step in creating your profile is to upload your resume. We'll automatically organize it to make it searchable by our recruiters and maximize your chance of finding a match. The accepted file types are DOCX, PDF, PPT, XLS, CSV, Image and Text.
The application should always be done in the language of the job advertisement.
Click "returning applicants", log into your profile, click "options", and select "settings" from the drop down menu. On this screen you can click "delete profile" in the bottom right corner.
The best way to check is to request a password reset in the system. Only existing accounts are able to generate new passwords. If no notification is sent to you, you will need to re-apply.
Yes, there are restrictions when uploading attachments. Each attachment can be no larger than 3MB and the total of all attachments cannot exceed 5MB.
Immediately upon submission, you will receive a confirmation that your resume has been processed. If you do not receive this confirmation, you should try to complete your submission again.
Once your resume is submitted directly to a specific open position, a recruiter will review it against the position requirements to determine the disposition of the application. Those individuals who best meet the requirements will be contacted for further consideration.
You can log into your profile by clicking on "returning applicants" in the right margin of the career page. To see your application history, expand the “jobs applied” section of the profile to check the status of your open applications.
If you are being considered for a position, you will be informed of your status throughout the recruiting process to the point at which the job is filled.
Yes. You need to apply to each position you are interested in and qualified for.
You can submit your resume directly to the specific internship or co-op assignment of interest. Use the Job Search function at the top of the page to view current openings.
Internship and co-op assignments are most frequently offered during the summer months. For those openings, we begin to consider candidates in December and continue through March.
All internship and co-op assignments will be listed with our current openings on our website; if you are interested in and qualified for one of these assignments, you should apply when that opening is posted. Use the Job Search function at the top of the page to view current openings.
You can only apply via LinkedIn if the job is posted there.
E-Verify is an Internet-based system operated by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) that allows employers to verify the employment eligibility of their employees, regardless of citizenship.
The amount of travel required varies by position and is defined within each job posting. If interviewed, it is recommended that you discuss travel requirements directly with the hiring manager of that specific position.