Europe based MBA Program
New for 2020 the Novartis Oncology Europe team will offer a small number of positions on the newly created JUMP program (Join & Unleash My Potential). A 2+ year, multi-location rotational program, JUMP will offer those who have finished/close to finishing their MBA program a unique opportunity to gain a broad experience in different functions and businesses that will build their knowledge of Novartis and the health care industry.
We believe that through regular coaching and training, the program will fit future leaders’ development needs and help them start their leadership career here at Novartis.
Submission deadline: all applications must be received by 21st February 2020.
Fast-track Leadership Development Program
A 2 year journey with international rotations across Central and Eastern Europe, each lasting from 4 to 6 months. The newly created Novartis Leadership Development Program offers you, our future Novartis leaders, a start in your career and gives you exposure to different functions and countries with opportunities to lead your own projects. The program offers two possible rotation flows: scientific (medical affairs, regulatory affairs, clinical trials, etc.) and commercial (marketing, sales, market access).
Look out for more information as our program opportunities open across the region. Click for the current openings in Russia
Throughout the year, we offer training programs in Sales, Marketing, Medical and Market Access across our divisions and locations in Germany. We are open to talking to talented graduate professionals with backgrounds in medicine, science and engineering, economics or computer science.
Internships and Apprenticeships
Novartis in Germany offers many opportunities for students, whether you are looking to apply for an apprenticeship, internship, a practical semester within your studies or as a student trainee. If you are already close to the end of your studies and about to write your thesis in a subject that is relevant to us, we will also gladly assist you with this.
Novartis Ireland Graduate Programme 2020
12 months of in-depth hands on development is waiting for you at Novartis. As part of our global graduate program, Novartis Ireland is currently recruiting 30 science graduates to work in our Scientific Services Practice in Elm Park, Dublin. These placements will include continuous learning, development and practical experience in a supportive and unbossed environment.
Successful candidates will work alongside our Medical Communication, Medical Information, Clinical Project Management, Data Science and Real World Evidence teams.
Finance Postgraduate Rotation Program
The Finance Rotation Program (FRP) offers recent Master Finance, Accounting or Business Administration graduates an exciting 3-year development opportunity across Finance divisions, with unique exposure to senior management and training to support an international career in Finance. Supported by a strong community of FRP Alumni, Program Sponsors and Senior Managers, we enjoy a steady learning curve in each of our 6 to 12 month rotations.
Submission deadline of Feb 16th 2020
Regulatory Affairs Postgraduate Program
The 2 year Regulatory Affairs Postgraduate Training Program enables us to expand our regulatory knowledge, becoming familiar with dossier content and acquiring significant practical experience through cross-functional projects in different areas in a dynamic environment to build on your potential future career at Novartis.
Career Launch Program
Based out of our Swiss country organization site at Rotkreuz, our program “[email protected]”, a 12 month program, offers graduates, post-graduates and PhDs in the fields of natural science, medicine and economics (or similar) a great springboard into the Pharmaceutical sector. The program was built to offer valuable insights into the Medical, Regulatory Affairs, Sales Finance, Marketing, Communications and Market Access departments (depending on your academic background). For this program fluency in German (verbal & written) is required.
‘AI for Life’ Residency Program
The new Novartis ‘AI for Life’ Residency Program offers you a unique opportunity to build your skills and get hands-on experience working on Data & AI solutions to ultimately discover, develop and expand patients’ access to our treatments. You will have access to breakthrough technologies, therapies and big datasets whilst learning from some of the finest and most innovative minds in their fields. 2020 program details coming soon.
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Internships and Apprenticeships
Did you graduate from high school or a commercial college and would you like to get first insights into the pharmaceutical industry? Do you need to do a compulsory internship as part of your Bachelor's degree or conduct a research project as part of your Bachelor's thesis? Maybe you are looking for an internship as part of your Master’s program? Have you already completed your studies and you cannot wait to apply your knowledge in practice? At Novartis Switzerland, all of this is possible.
The Novartis Innovation Postdoctoral Fellowship
The Novartis Innovation Postdoctoral Fellowship offers aspiring drug hunters a unique opportunity to join our teams at the Novartis Institutes for BioMedical Research (NIBR), the innovation engine of Novartis. Mentored by NIBR scientific leaders, Innovation Fellows will gain first-hand experience in the design and development of breakthrough therapies and innovative technologies. We are looking for Innovation Fellows who will bring their scientific creativity and natural curiosity to tackle important therapeutic challenges.
The Novartis Discovery Postdoctoral Fellowship
Research at NIBR comprises a broad range of areas from which discovery fellows and their mentors create research projects. Ideally, these projects take advantage of the rich and unique drug discovery environment, including access to sophisticated research tools. Projects are often interdisciplinary in nature, combining biology and chemistry and/or computational approaches, or bridging different disease areas.