A career that matters.

We are committed to providing an engaging, rewarding work experience that reflects the passion our employees bring to our mission of saving and sustaining lives.

Our company fosters a diverse and inclusive culture where our employees are encouraged to learn, grow and innovate, while making a meaningful difference for millions of people around the world. Inspired by our mission, we continue to shape medicine with breakthroughs in essential products that expand access to care, enhance care quality and improve patient and provider satisfaction.

We hire a range of talented and driven individuals with diverse skill sets and backgrounds, from scientists and researchers to industry professionals in manufacturing, engineering and technology, law, marketing and sales, among others. 

Scientist in a lab

A Chance to Impact Lives

Our culture fosters personal and professional growth. Employees are encouraged to learn and innovate while making a meaningful difference for millions of people.  Learn more about the many career paths at Baxter; explore the career areas that best fit your goals and expertise.

Baxter Employees in front of Save and Sustain wall

People of Baxter

We believe Baxter is more than a company, we are a community of committed professionals working together to solve, innovate, manufacture and drive better healthcare options for patients around the world. We represent a diverse population of individuals in more than 100 countries with a common passion to save and sustain lives. We invite you to learn more about us through our employees, who are at the forefront of making a difference for patients around the world.

Talent and Engagement

Engaging our employees and inspiring our future

Culture of Innovation

Our culture of innovation fosters personal and professional growth. Our employees are encouraged to grow while finding pathways for meaningful innovations that make a difference for millions of patients around the world. 

Diverse Workforce

Baxter believes a diverse and inclusive workplace can drive innovation, create trusted partnerships and contribute to the success and sustainability of the business. This thinking forms the foundation of Baxter's global inclusion strategy, a commitment to recruit and retain a diverse workforce, and be inclusive in our interactions with all our stakeholders.

Career Development

At Baxter, we invest in the growth and development of our employees, and offer comprehensive programs that develop leaders driving patient-centered innovation. Our approach to career growth is based on the company’s development philosophy, which emphasizes that professional evolution occurs through a combination of work experiences, relationships and training, and is a shared responsibility between employees and their managers.


A critical component of Baxter’s vision is to be a best place to work. As part of this commitment, Baxter provides its employees with comprehensive compensation and benefits. Our global total compensation philosophy is to provide market-competitive pay while rewarding employees for individual and business performance.

Job Seekers

Protect Yourself Against Identity Theft

Please be aware that we have discovered incidents of fraudulent parties posing as Baxter employees, recruiters, or other agents, seeking to engage with job seekers to steal personal information. These unauthorized parties may use Baxter’s name and logo to post jobs, engage with job seekers via instant message or chat rooms, or even extend offers via text message.
At Baxter, we do not ask for personal financial information during telephone, in-person or video interviews, nor do we make offers of employment without undergoing a thorough recruiting process. We also do not request a fee to be considered for a job. The Federal Trade Commission, the United States’ consumer protection agency, has published resources for detecting job scams. If you have concerns related to this issues, consider the following actions: 1) file a report with your local police department; 2) File a complaint with the Internet Crime Complaint Center; and/or 3) file a complaint with the U.S. Federal Trade Commission.

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