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Rotational Development Program Start Patient Safety at Roche

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Employer: Roche – Pharmaceuticals

Expires: 04/16/2020

Are you tired of the question about your professional experience? You’re simply eager to start your career and want to make a difference for patients?If your answer is “Yes!”, let me introduce you to what we do:The WHO’s list of essential medicines today includes more than 30 medicines developed by Roche, including life-saving antibiotics, antimalarials and cancer medicines.As a company, doing everything in our power to safeguard patient safety, along the entire life-cycle of a medicine, is of paramount importance. This is where we come in!Keeping Roche medicines safe for the people who need them is at the core of our remit.To this end, we collaborate with regulatory agencies, monitor reports of adverse events experienced by patients and communicate on our product safety activities. All medicines may cause side effects in patients. Our priority is to make sure that the therapeutic benefits of the medicine outweigh the risks.How do you fit in?You think out of the box and while keeping attention to details, you always have the big picture in mind. You love to work in a fast moving environment surrounded by fantastic colleagues and are eager to learn. You are proud of having recently finished your Master or PhD in Life Science or Digital Science.Now are you wondering what is in it for you?We enable you to…… work in an exciting, innovative and patient centric global pharmaceutical company…. have a fast track start into a great career helping patients stay safe…. take responsibility and gain hands-on knowledge of global pharmacovigilance activities across all stages of drug development from early stage to post marketing…. complete your toolbox to make a difference.It`s time to kick-start your career!More information about the program you can find here.More information about the Roche generationext World please click here.Your passion can make a difference.