VCU Career Services has made us aware of the following entry-level jobs that are available for applications.
Qualifications: At least 2 semesters of laboratory experience, and a basic understanding of good laboratory practices.
How to Apply: All interested parties should please email resume and/or a description of qualifications to Dmarshall@worthenind.com
Indivior are looking for a “Launch Excellence Student Worker”.
Please see the job description at the link below for a full description of the roles and responsibilities.
Position number: R375
Some highlights of the job advertisement:
Title: Launch Excellence Student Worker
Reports To: Director, Launch Excellence, Behavioral Health
Start Date: May 2018
End Date: August 2018
Hours Per Week: 40
Location: Richmond, VA
The Launch Excellence Student Worker will be responsible for supporting the Behavioral Health Launch Excellence team to drive cross-functional collaboration and delivery of a pharmaceutical product into market. The Student Worker will participate meetings with executives spanning marketing, commercial sales, medical, legal, finance, IT, etc. The outcome of the Student assignment will allow the Student Worker to have a strong understanding of pharmaceutical product management, with a broad exposure to a variety of functions within a rapidly growing, patient-focused global pharmaceutical company. This is an awesome opportunity to learn about the pharmaceutical industry end-to-end for a highly motivated and self-driven student seeking a career in marketing, program delivery, analytics, information technology or life sciences. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
Field of Study: Business, Science or Technology related field of study
Experience: Junior, Senior or MBA Student
In addition to the minimum qualifications, the student worker will demonstrate:
- PC proficiency, including Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook)
- Self-motivated and driven to complete tasks with minimal supervision
- Demonstrated ability to meet deadlines/balance multiple tasks at one time
Looking to leverage your scientific background with a part-time job?
Would you want to add a GE Internship to your resume?
Are you a current student at VCU and have 10 hours per week to spare?
We would love to talk to you…
At GE Healthcare Life Sciences, we strive to develop breakthrough products that inspire our customers to push the limits of imaginative science.
- College student attending the University (Preferably Masters/PhD student – in the Science department or related area, 2nd or 3rd year).
- Strong desire to learn and grow.
- Demonstrate the aptitude to learn the technology of GE Lifesciences.
- Access to the scientific researchers within the University.
- A proven record of working successfully with diverse populations.
- A positive attitude and ability to plan and adapt to change.
- Ability to collaborate effectively with individuals.
- Strong interpersonal, oral and written communication skills.
Thursday, April 19, 2018: 4 – 5 pm
The Department of Biology and VCU Career Services present a workshop for STEM students in Harris Hall, Room 4153, focusing on networking skills. Learn about successful introductions and first impressions, elevator pitches, effective interaction at conferences or other professional events, and maintaining communication with new contacts. All students are welcome. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
Studying one of the sciences, but not quite sure what you can “do” with that after graduation? Join VCU Career Services on a Career Trek to explore the Science of Brewing!
Craft brewing (and brewing in general) is at its core both an art and a science. During this Career Trek, we’re going to tour two RVA craft breweries and have in-depth discussions with their Head/Master Brewers about the science aspects of the industry. You will learn knowledge and skills needed to tap into the industry.
Friday, April 6th
12:30 PM – Students requesting transportation meet Career Services Staff in the pick-up/drop-off loop outside the Floyd Avenue entrance of the University Student Commons*
1:00 PM – Arrive at Väsen Brewing for tour and talk with head brewer. Emphasis on sustainable brewing
2:15 PM – Depart Väsen
2:45 PM – Arrive at Three Notch’d Brewing for tour and talk with head brewer, Stefan.
4:00 PM – Return to campus
– Due to the nature of this event we are only able to have 20 participants, and transportation is limited to 10 participants. There is a $5 registration fee to participate in this event (refundable only if you provide 48 hours notice of cancellation).
– Although no alcohol will be consumed/provided, and participants are prohibited from purchasing alcohol during this event, all participants must be at least 21 years of age.*All registrants must indicate if they will be riding in the van, or providing their own transportation to the event. Please select the appropriate option under “Item Fee” to indicate this.Registration link here: https://goo.gl/8WQdiiAdditional questions? Please reach out to us at email@example.com.
Applications for the 2018 Virginia Governor’s Fellows Program are due March 18th.
Information can be found here: http://governor.virginia.gov/fellows/
The program is open to rising college seniors, graduating seniors, and students in professional or graduate programs.
While placement in a specific office is not guaranteed, they work to place students in positions related to their interests in the Governor’s office or other agencies in the Executive Branch of the Virginia State government. Information about assignments can be found here: http://governor.virginia.gov/fellows/fellowship-opportunities/ Biology majors may be interested in several of these areas including Education, Agriculture and Forestry, and Health and Human Resources.
YIIP is a one to two year, full-time program at UConn for college graduates who are prepared to conduct supervised research in biomedical laboratories on the UConn Health campus in Farmington, Connecticut. The program also provides students with individualized mentorship, academic support, and career guidance. This is NOT a post-baccalaureate program.
The applicant must be prepared to complete graduate level scientific coursework. Upon successful completion of coursework in year one, students obtain a Graduate Certificate of Research Experience in Biomedical Science from UConn. In year two, students who meet the academic qualifications may have the opportunity to pursue a Master of Science degree. By fulfilling the program requirements, YIIP Scholars will acquire the expertise necessary to enter a M.D., M.D.-Ph.D. or Ph.D. program.
The VCU Post-Baccalaureate Research Training Program (PREP) is a one-year biomedical research training program for recent college graduates from underrepresented groups considering graduate-level training in the biomedical sciences. The program provides scholars with a year-long paid mentored research experience and the opportunity to develop technical and critical-thinking skills. PREP scholars have the opportunity to take graduate-level courses and a GRE preparation course, as well as receive formal advice on the selection of graduate programs, preparation of graduate school applications, and preparation for graduate school interviews.
Eligible applicants must have graduated prior to program start on July 1. Students must be interested in pursuing a PhD . Applicants must have graduated within 3 years of program start. Applicants must be US Citizens, permanent residents or non-citizen nationals with proof of citizenship status.
- Mentored Research Experience
- Formal advice on graduate applications
- Salary of $27,000
- Opportunity to present at National Scientific Conference
Application opens November 15, 2017-March 15, 2018
Apply online at: https://artes.som.vcu.edu
For more information contact:
Virginia Commonwealth University
Center On Health Disparities
P.O. Box 980501
Richmond, Virginia 23298-0501