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Transparent & fair
Lots of paid
We believe in supporting the health, happiness, and growth of each and every team member.
Because we want our team to live fulfilling, balanced lives while thriving in their work, and in the world. And while perks mean a lot, we know that compensation means more.
We're committed to hiring a team that is diverse in background, skill sets, and experience.
We do this by providing the tools to succeed, regardless of religion, race, gender identity, sexual orientation, physical ability, or status.
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“From day one we wanted DrugBank to be a place where people felt safe, comfortable, creative, and inspired to grow. Those convictions have only grown stronger, and we work every day to live up to them.”
- Mike Wilson, CEO & Craig Knox, CTO
Customer & Community Marketing Manager
“DrugBank knows what it means to take care of their people & make sure they feel included, heard & supported.”
Sales Development Coordinator
“DrugBank is an amazing company with 1st class people & a huge impact. We get to help people help the world! I'm grateful to be part of it!”
Product Development Manager
“We get to tackle big challenges alongside brilliant, caring colleagues who believe in producing results while caring for their wellbeing. That's a privilege!”
DrugBank is proud to be a remote-friendly company. We've got team members across Canada and big plans to continue growing our distributed team.
Home is ᐊᒥᐢᑲᐧᒋᕀ ᐋᐧᐢᑲᐦᐃᑲᐣ. We're proud to have our home base in Amiskwaciy-wâskahikan, Beaver Hills, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
Edmonton lies in Treaty 6 Territory, within the Métis Nation Region IV, on the shores of Kisiskâciwanisîpiy, the North Saskatchewan River.
These traditional lands are home to many Indigenous Peoples including Nehiyawak/
For generations, this river valley has served as a vital destination for the harvesting of food and medicine. As the only treaty to include a medicine chest, which is interpreted as universal healthcare, the peoples of Treaty 6 began a proud tradition of community-centric medicine and care that we are honoured to be a small part of.