Trainee Medical Communication
Would you like to join and contribute to an award winning and successfully growing multi-national organization?
SFL Group and its dynamic cross-functional team provide premium consulting support in the healthcare and life science field. Our clients range from innovative start-ups to top 10 pharma and medtech companies.
We have openings for a one-year Trainee Position in Medical Communication with possibility to extend to an un-limited contract.
The traineeship provides an opportunity to gain professional work experience in a multinational and intellectually stimulating environment.
- Preparation of documents and materials for medical communication projects
- Preparation of meaningful manuscripts and presentations reflecting clinical trial results
- Ensuring that documents are well-organized, accurate in content and language, consistent with pre-defined project objectives, and in compliance with applicable regulations
- Master, PhD in Natural Science (e.g. biochemistry, biology, genetics)
- Expertise in writing publications
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills; fluent in English Strong interest in life sciences
- Ability to work independently and efficiently on own responsibility
- Swiss or EU/EFTA citizen or valid Swiss work permit
We provide innovative and customized services and solutions in the life science field from our offices in Basel, Barcelona, Brussels, London and Vienna.
Our main areas of expertise are Regulatory Affairs, Medical Affairs, Public Affairs, Legal & Compliance, Quality Assurance, Pharmacovigilance and Reimbursement.
Expertise, innovation, development, respect and ethical aspects are our values and corner stone of our company culture and key to our success and excellent reputation.
We are a rewarding company offering a very competitive package, bonus, additional excellent benefits and an environment to grow.
Please send your application with CV, motivation letter and references only via email to firstname.lastname@example.org (no phone or paper applications).