MIMS Medica Sdn Bhd Vacancies Graduate/Postgraduate MedComms Intern

MIMS Medica Sdn Bhd is looking for new potential candidates to fill in for Graduate/Postgraduate MedComms Intern position. If you currently looking for new healthcare job opportunities and qualified with the job desc, feel free to apply this job.

Job Description

Do you have an interest in communicating science? Think you can write a better, more scientifically accurate article on COVID-19 than what you’ve been reading in popular news?
If you answered ‘yes’ to either question, we invite you to apply for a place in M3 (that’s ‘M-Cubed’) – a fully paid internship programme in medical communications.
Medical communications (MedComms) refers to the development and delivery of customised medical education solutions that are targeted at healthcare providers and consumers. MedComms professionals bridge the flow of information between various pharmaceutical and medical technology stakeholders, and are involved in a wide range of functions – from reporting high-level clinical trial results in prestigious journals to crafting scientifically accurate patient education materials.
M3 by MIMS is an intensive, 12-month training programme for fresh graduates and postgraduates who are interested in pursuing a career in MedComms.
  • Developed by MIMS (read more about us below) according to international standards and led by a highly experienced team of experts and trainers
  • M3 will introduce a new generation of workforce to the exciting world of medical information and communications
  • Interns will participate in various medical writing projects, working alongside colleagues and pharmaceutical clients from various Asia-Pacific countries
  • A thorough understanding of MedComms and how it fits in the healthcare/pharmaceutical ecosystem
  • Learn how to apply your academic training to the different roles and functions in medical writing, and develop a coreset of transferable skills for professional growth
  • Pick up the necessary editorial and technical skills to develop and deliver different types of medical writing projects (eg, scientific publications, continuing medical education activities, pharmaceutical marketing materials, etc)
  • Hone your project management and client servicing acuity
If you think that M3 is tailored to your ambitions and interests, please read further.
  • Have an aptitude and passion for scientific writing and communication, with a focus on medicine
  • Have an analytical mind and are able to process information quickly
  • Consistently demonstrate a ‘can-do’ attitude towards problem solving
  • Are eager to pick up new knowledge and enjoy professional challenges as well as working in a fast-paced environment
To be considered for this programme, you need to have these basic qualifications:
  • A recognised degree in biological, medical or life sciences (BSc, BPharm, MSc, PhD, PharmD – relevant fields will also be considered). Your degree should be awarded in or after November 2019.
  • For degree holders, a CGPA of >3.0 / Second Class upper
  • Excellent command of English, demonstrated by an IELTS score of ≥7.0 / TOEFL (iBT) score of ≥94–101 / MUET Band 6
  • <1 year of working experience
  • Pharmacists who have completed their mandatory training within the past 12 months are welcome to apply
The following will be advantageous:
  • Graduates: current or previous editorial experience (eg, writing for university/society bulletins)
  • Postgraduates: published scientific research work in academic journals
On top of the full-time training and professional development support, you will also receive:
  • 12 months of stipend, paid at a competitive market rate according to your academic qualification.
  • A discretionary bonus at the end of the programme, subject to individual performance.
  • Opportunities to travel to the company’s international offices in Singapore and Hong Kong.
  • An opportunity to join MIMS as a full-time staff upon successfully completing the programme.
Please send the following to <M3byMIMS@mims.com>
  • Your updated CV
  • Your most recent English test results if available (IELTS/TOEFL/MUET)
  • A self-authored short essay on ‘COVID-19 and its impact on the Malaysian healthcare system’ (max. 100 words)
To be considered for this programme, you must send us a complete application package. In the subject line, please put M3 Application_<Applicant’s name>
All applications will be reviewed and processed in a fair and lawful manner.
Shortlisted applicants will be invited to a virtual Open Day to receive more information about the programme. They will also be required to undergo further assessment and evaluation before a firm offer is made. There are multiple vacancies available for the Jan/Feb 2021 intake.
Application will close on 30 November 2020 and shortlisted applicants will be interviewed in December 2020.

Company Overview

Established in 1963, MIMS is a multi-channel provider of drug information, medical education and services connecting healthcare communities. Our work empowers healthcare providers (HCPs) to improve patient outcomes by facilitating knowledge exchange and better decision-making.
Today, MIMS is present in 16 countries across Asia Pacific with approximately two million HCP subscribers to its drug & resource portal, digital and print publications. Our teams across Asia Pacific are experienced in medical education, content development, medical publications, digital solutions and event management.
The unique assets and capabilities of MIMS across our multiple products and services – customised scientific communications, drug and resource portal, database of physicians, journals and related publications, and healthcare data – enable us to provide value-added benefits to this proposed education programme.

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