Vancouver engineering jobs at Vanrx Pharmaceuticals, a company integrating robotics, machine vision and isolator technologies for pharmaceutical manufacturing.

Vancouver engineering and technology jobs

Vanrx Pharmasystems makes advanced aseptic filling systems for the pharmaceutical industry. Our head office and manufacturing operations are located in Vancouver, Canada, one of the most beautiful cities in the world.

Our culture is science-driven. Thoughts, data and action are the priority. Politics and bureaucracy are discouraged.

Vanrx provides some of the best engineering and technology jobs in Vancouver. Incredible products and an international customer base attract bright, creative people to work here.

Vanrx Pharmasystems is an equal opportunity employer. We value ability, attitude and teamwork above all else.

Corporate culture

Vanrx operates as a team, where the best idea is more important than who said it. Our people have the freedom to solve complex problems and achieve results for the world’s leading pharmaceutical companies.

Individuals who are passionate about doing things better, and are not afraid to be unconventional will thrive at Vanrx. We value diverse backgrounds and experiences. Our work is changing how the world makes medicine, ultimately improving the quality of life for patients around the world.

Compensation and benefits

Vanrx has a comprehensive compensation and benefits program that includes:

  • Competitive salary
  • Comprehensive health and dental coverage
  • Stock option incentive plan
  • Flexible hours

Many of the available roles at Vanrx include the ability to travel to customer sites around the world.

Amazing technology and products

Talented people want to work on amazing products. We pride ourselves on creating breakthroughs and integrating the latest technologies in robotics, machine vision, automation and aseptic processing. Your efforts will help to bring the injectable medicines to global markets faster, and safer than before.

Learn more about Vanrx Aseptic Workcells