Working at Endo

Making a difference at Endo is about more than just what we achieve, but also how we achieve it. It's about the way we work together to reach our goals and improve the lives of patients.

Learn more about how we work, what we value and what makes a successful Endo employee:

Enrichment And Development

Endo offers a fast-paced and challenging work environment, where people are encouraged to grow, both professionally and personally.

Endo employees create and maintain individual development plans to help ensure that they meet their career goals. To support this effort, the company provides a variety of training programs, as well as an educational assistance program to help employees improve job-related skills.

Development at Endo, however, is about much more than formal training. As an agile and growing company, we offer opportunities to work across functions and  levels within the organization to build new skills on the job. Here, you can broaden your work experience and wear multiple hats no matter what your role.


At Endo, we focus on diversity in the broadest sense. We realize that it is a culture of valuing diversity that allows us to compete more effectively. This diversity includes openness towards race, gender, national origin, color, personal affinity, physical ability and age.

As we mature as a company, we will continue to embrace differences of experience and perspective within our organization, leveraging individual contributions in an environment where different viewpoints are perceived as a strength. This is a foundation of our success as an organization.

Do You Have What It Takes to Make a Difference?

The following is a description of the type of person who generally makes a successful Endo employee. Review the mindset, work style and skills outlined below to help determine if you and Endo may be a good fit. If so, check out our current job opportunities.


Successful Endo employees:

  • Have a positive outlook and are open to new ideas. They see challenges as opportunities and embrace change.
  • Genuinely like other people and treat them in accordance with the Endo values.
  • Are naturally inquisitive. They raise questions, seek answers, and are willing to use what they learn to improve upon the work we do together.
  • Seek to make a difference, for Endo, for the community, and for patients.

Work Style

Successful Endo employees:

  • Are results-oriented problem solvers. They take a hands-on approach to their work and dedicate themselves to "rolling up their sleeves" and getting the job done.
  • Don't wait for issues and opportunities to arise. They take initiative, actively looking for ways to make
    improvements and avert problems.
  • Are willing to share information and previous experiences with colleagues to help ensure everyone's success.


Successful Endo employees:

  • Communicate well, expressing their ideas clearly and listening to others' perspectives.
  • Are critical thinkers who can evaluate situations objectively and identify solutions.
  • Know how to mobilize the efforts of others to move things forward and drive results.
  • Are business savvy and know how to network and create new market opportunities.
  • Manage ambiguity effectively, remaining productive even when all of the information may not be available yet.