EMEA Medical Affairs Placement Leeds 2024
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The EMEA (Europe, Middle-East and Africa) Medical Affairs MedInfo&LCM department is responsible for providing hospital consultants, regulatory agencies and healthcare professionals with scientific and medical information relating to the value and correct usage of our medical devices.
The student placement will gain exposure to a wide range of different departments and be involved in national, international and global scientific/medical projects. This placement will offer a great opportunity to gain experience in the healthcare sector. The placement is computer-based and does not involve any laboratory work.
Main duties and responsibilities
- Liaising and communicating with many different departments internationally
- Manage projects relating to Medical Affairs in line with business needs
- Working with colleagues in the US and across EMEA to create streamlined processes
- Identifying and reviewing scientific literature to aid the products’ portfolios
- Developing and supporting internal (evidence) trainings
- Create and share monthly reports within the team
- Communicate with customers on J&J research process
- Ad hoc support to Medical Affairs projects in EMEA
- 2 years of Bio Science related degree level study completed
- A minimum of 2:1 achieved in first year of study
- High level of accuracy and attention to detail
- Excellent research skills and highly analytical
- Experience in evidence evaluation and communication
- High level of scientific understanding and intellectual capacity
- Adaptable and able to work with a wide range of different personalities
- Networker and flexible and adaptable team player
- Excellent communication skills both written and oral
- Seeks opportunities to learn and grow professionally, with confidence
- Able to prioritise and manage own workload autonomously
- Pro-active and quick learner
- Self-motivation and independence
- IT-skills (MS office)