When you join our team, we have you covered. You’ll have the opportunity to live well, develop your skillset, take time for yourself, and volunteer within our local community.
Our healthy living benefit package includes medical, dental, vision, and pet insurance. We also offer an annual wellness reimbursement program that rewards you for living your healthiest life.
Whether you are sharpening your skills through a certification or embarking on a master’s program, we offer annual tuition reimbursement. Not ready to head back to the classroom? Join in on our internal training sessions, skill development opportunities, or cross-training.
We’re committed to making work feel fun. From pitstops from food trucks to our annual cornhole tournaments, it’s important for us to take a timeout to say thank you for all of your hard work.
We enjoy giving back to our local community, which is why we’ve partnered with organizations in the Merrimack Valley to donate both our time and energy to support those around us.
Starting on your first day of work, you are eligible for a 401k account with a company match to help reach your retirement goals. We also offer discounts through places like Verizon Wireless, and LifeMart, which includes movie tickets, retail stores, and theme parks.
"IWP's resources and culture are geared towards our individual success, and as such, it's the patient who gains, every time."
"Being able to help patients fill their medications is extremely rewarding. I go home knowing we did everything possible to make sure we are assisting our patients."
"I feel like we make a difference in injured workers lives and at the end of the day, helping people in need is what makes us special"
We value diverse backgrounds, experiences, and thinking. Our shared passion for assisting injured workers helps to shape the spirit of IWP.
Injured Workers Pharmacy (IWP) is an equal opportunity employer. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, creed, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identify, age, physical or mental disability, or any other basis covered by appropriate law. All employment decisions are made based on qualifications, merit, and business need.