Johnson and Johnson Intern in Clinical Operation 2022

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Location: Canada

Closing Dates: Varies

The Johnson and Johnson Clinical Operation is seeking to recruit both Graduate and Undergraduate intern to support JJCO’s global clinical trial operations projects and initiatives. This is a full time program.

For Undergraduate

Key Roles:

  • Participation and/or support of global projects and initiatives
  • Project management including organization of program meetings, Agenda creation, critical milestone activity and action item tracking
  • Dashboard reporting
  • Critically assess clinical and other scientific data; analysis of facts and figures
  • Support of technical processes and systems integration
  • General support of business operations in the clinical space.

Qualifications for Johnson and Johnson Intern in Clinical Operation 2022

  • Enrolled in or recently completed undergraduate degree in Engineering, Health Science, Medical Science, IT or related field.
  • Coursework in 2 of the following fields – biology, chemistry, health sciences, statistics, epidemiology, health services, genetics, process improvements, quality.  Additional coursework in Good Clinical Practice an asset.
  • Advanced analytical skills. Must analyze and interpret complex data from multiple sources.
  • Strong knowledge with MS Office (Word, Excel, Access, Outlook Explorer and PowerPoint).
  • Comfortable working with teams and in global environments.
  • Strong communication skills – written and verbal.
  • Self-starter who can also work in team environment.

Check here for more requirements and how to apply.

For Graduates:

Roles:

  • Project management including organization of program meetings, Agenda creation, critical milestone activity and action item tracking
  • Participation and/or support of global projects and/or process improvement initiatives
  • Perform literature searches, data extraction, and summarize output
  • Critically assess clinical and other scientific data  
  • Design of reports: you will analyze facts and figures
  • Scanning for changes in the global regulatory and clinical trial environment that may have implications for our research

Qualifications

You should meet the following requirements:

  • Legally authorized to work in Canada
  • Available for an 8-12 month internship starting January 2022
  • Currently enrolled pursuing a Graduate degree in Epidemiology, Health Science or Science Master’s level degree program.
  • Coursework in clinical epidemiology, health services research, healthcare technology, clinical research preferred. Experience / exposure to clinical research / GCP coursework is preferred.
  • Experience completing scientific research, including literature searches and reviews.
  • Scientific report writing.
  • Advanced analytical skills. Must analyze and interpret complex data from multiple sources.
  • Strong knowledge with MS Office (Word, Excel, Access, Outlook Explorer and PowerPoint)

Check here for more details and How to Apply.