At Roche, we believe it’s urgent to deliver medical solutions right now – even as we develop innovations for the future. We are passionate about transforming patients’ lives, and we are fearless in both decision and action. And we believe that good business means a better world.
That is why we come to work every single day. We commit ourselves to scientific rigour, unassailable ethics, and access to medical innovations for all. We do this today to build a better tomorrow.
As an Intern within our team in Basel, you will gain insight into the work of Technical Regulatory Affairs professionals who are responsible for providing the regulatory input and leadership for quality-related aspects of pharmaceuticals. The activities span the whole lifecycle of the product, from clinical trials all the way to the maintenance of products at the end of their lifecycle.
During the internship you will:
- Support Technical Regulatory Managers in their daily tasks and gradually assume responsibility for agreed individual projects
- Get hands on experience by working on various quality-related regulatory activities across the whole development value chain from clinical trial applications through to license applications and maintenance
- Learn and experience the operational aspects of regulatory, including document and data management and project management
- The projects you will work on are real and you will be generating genuine added value
Benefits for you:
We will provide you with an excellent learning experience in a multifaceted global organization:
- Gain meaningful professional experience in the field of Technical Regulatory Affairs.
- Develop an understanding of the regulatory requirements for bringing medicines to patients.
- Gain cross-functional insight into a global research organization and learn how to work in a global company, to network and to collaborate with partner groups.
- Be given learning and training opportunities to improve your personal development.
- Be a member of our Interns’ Network and experience the culture of Basel in the heart of Europe.
Who You Are
To seek this challenging opportunity you are enrolled in a Master’s or Ph.D. program in life sciences or pharmaceutical sciences and nearing the end of your studies. Your qualifications include, but are not limited to, the following:
- Passionate about the field of Technical Regulator
- First regulatory experience or knowledge in regulatory affairs
- Ability to drive activities, work under pressure and to tight timelines
- Good coordination and excellent communication skills
- Strong organizational and analytical skills
- Outstanding motivation and ability to learn
- Excellent English language skills
Applications need to include a CV and your answer to these 3 questions:
- Why do you want to do an internship in Technical Regulatory Affairs?
- What relevant skills and experience will you bring to this position?
- What challenges do you see in the field of Technical Regulatory Affairs
The preferred start date of the internship is beginning of September 2020 for 12 months. Please clearly indicate your preferred starting date on your motivation letter. All applications always need to include a CV and motivation letter.
What we stand for? Roche embraces diversity and equal opportunity in a serious way. We are committed to building a team that represents a variety of backgrounds, perspectives, and skills. The more inclusive we are, the better our work will be.
Please note that non-EU/EFTA nationals have to provide us a certificate of mandatory internship from their university.
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