At Juno you will work with some of the brightest, most dedicated people in the field. In the end, your work will make a measurable and lasting impact on science, medicine and the lives of countless patients.
We know what it takes to be great at Juno and we are as passionate about our people as we are about our mission. Growth has not lessened our resolve to hire the best so we can deliver the best.Read about what makes a Juno employee
Our Women in Science (WiS) group creates internal and external initiatives to support women in their careers. WiS is sponsored by our CEO, who believes that inclusion is a key to creating high performing teams.
While we have offices in Germany, Waltham, Mass., and will soon have one in San Francisco, Seattle is our headquarters. The quality of life available to you here, from industry to outdoor adventure and travel is very hard to beat.Learn more about Seattle
We are on the cusp of something great, and it is both thrilling and humbling to be part of it.
I love waking up to lots of water, evergreen trees, and mountain ranges.
The clues on how to tackle disease using immunotherapy are out there for us to seek them out.
Helping to bring truly transformative treatments to patients, families and caregivers is tremendously satisfying.
Seattle is an inclusive and open-minded place that I feel proud to call home.
Our people are humorous, humble, high performers, and tenacious.