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Junior Scientific Advisor for the Solid Tumour Medical team in Novartis Oncology

Novartis via Cogent Skills

Jobs E-bulletin issue no: 897/060618 Date job posted: 01 June 2018

Novartis seeks to build our future talent pipeline with high potential graduate and undergraduate students. A positive internship program experience can pave the way to a successful tomorrow, as you enjoy valuable networking opportunities, exposure to experienced cross- functional teams and hands-on experience of managing projects.

As part of our Future Talent Programme we have a range of opportunities for graduates with talent and ambition.

The successful candidate will join the Solid Tumour Oncology Medical Team and will be responsible for supporting medical activities such as advisory boards, medical education meetings and data generation projects. In addition, they will review promotional materials, produced by the commercial team, to check the scientific integrity of the product claims. The Junior Scientific Advisor will need to review clinical/scientific data and ensure that the information we give to health care professionals enables them to understand the benefits and risks of our drugs and make evidence-based decisions for the good of their patients.

Working in the Novartis medical affairs team involves a high degree of collaboration with different functions: Commercial, Market Access and Clinical trial teams to name but a few.

Novartis cultivate an inclusive and engaging high-performance environment that values and leverage's diversity.

We are looking for an individual who can meet the following criteria:
•Proactivity – taking responsibility and driving projects and activities to a successful conclusion.
•Innovation – looking to innovate or adapt ideas to find better solutions
•Collaboration – working within cross-functional, cross-divisional and occasionally European and Global teams
•Customer focused – delivering projects and activities to internal and external groups, ensuring pro-activity, awareness and responsiveness to their needs
•Results focused – achieving goals and contributing to cross-functional teams
•Change agility – keeping abreast of new data and the changing healthcare environment
•Communication – of complex data to a wide range of professional and lay audiences, adapting their wording and style to suit
•Attention to detail - able to work accurately, efficiently and in an organised manner
•Leadership – having the presence to focus, motivate and lead a team to achieve a shared goal

Further information on the website.

Degree subjects required: GRADUATES only: - Pharmacy or Medicine with RPS or GMC registration
Location: Camberley, Surrey
Type: Contract   12 Month Placement
Basis: Full Time
Salary Details: £20,000 per annum
Method of application: Online

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Closing Date: 15 June 2018

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