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Internship

• Starts Sep 1

Analyst/Medical Writer Internship - September

🚀 Off-cycle Internship

Cambridge

AI generated summary

  • You need a scientific degree (minimum 2.1), exceptional attention to detail, strong analytical and communication skills, ability to plan and prioritize work effectively, collaborative spirit, self-motivation, proficiency in Microsoft Office, and a genuine interest in healthcare.
  • You will work on multiple projects, analyzing and presenting data from clinical trials, creating medical education materials, performing literature searches, developing manuscripts, and supporting HTA submissions. Receive one-to-one training and gain experience in project management and client communication.

Off-cycle Internship

HealthcareCambridge

Description

  • Our internships are ideal for current students and recent graduates in the sciences seeking to gain an insight into life at a fast-growing healthcare consultancy. We work with a wide range of clients, including the industry’s most successful pharmaceutical and medical technology companies, patient and public health bodies and charitable organisations.

Requirements

  • This internship is suited to recent graduates and post-graduates, as well as current students who are permitted to complete full time internships either during the holidays or as a placement as a part of their degree. Please note that we do not recommend completing the Analyst/Medical Writer Internship programme at the same time as studying, completing a dissertation or writing a PhD thesis due to the competing demands of your workload in your course and the role.
  • Essential requirements for the role are:
  • An undergraduate degree level qualification in a scientific discipline (minimum 2.1 or expected 2.1). Postgraduate qualifications (minimum 2.1 or equivalent) would be an advantage, but they are not a requirement for the role. We welcome applications from candidates with a diverse range of specialisms, including but not limited to biology, chemistry, pharmacy and medicine
  • Exceptional attention to detail
  • Strong analytical skills
  • Excellent written and spoken English, and the ability to communicate scientific material clearly in both written and oral form for a variety of audiences
  • Strong organisational skills and the ability to plan your own work effectively, with a proactive approach to task prioritisation and time management
  • Ability to communicate effectively and work collaboratively as part of a team
  • Strong self-motivation, self-awareness and willingness to learn, with a desire to contribute to the company above and beyond project work
  • Fluency in Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint
  • A genuine interest in healthcare and an eagerness to learn about new areas of science

Education requirements

2:1 or higher
Currently Studying
Undergraduate
Bachelors
Masters

Area of Responsibilities

Healthcare

Responsibilities

  • You will be presented with the opportunity to gain hands-on experience with a variety of projects, typically working on two to three projects for the duration of your internship. All projects involve the assimilation, interpretation and creative presentation of data from clinical trials, and depending on your divisional and project allocations, you could be working on anything from medical communications to market access and evidence synthesis. Specific tasks could include supporting the preparation of medical education slides, performing systematic searches of medical literature, developing clinical trial manuscripts, or assimilating clinical and cost-effectiveness evidence to support HTA submissions to NICE. These meaningful and exciting projects contribute to improving healthcare outcomes globally. Interns receive one-to-one training on the technical aspects of the role and learn about project management and effective communication with clients.
  • Analyst/Medical Writer Interns may be based in any of our scientific divisions, and whilst you are here you would likely be working across projects for two different divisions. These are broadly categorised as Medical Communications, Value and Access and Evidence Development, and also include the specialist areas of Rare Diseases, MedTech and Health Policy. If you have a particular interest in any of our services please indicate this in your cover letter. Please note that, if successful, your division will be confirmed closer to your start date and, whilst every effort will be made to consider your divisional preference, this will be subject to business need and project availability.

Details

Work type

Full time

Work mode

hybrid

Start date

Sep 1, 2024

Application deadline

Jun 2, 2024

Location

Cambridge