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Medical Affairs EOI Intern

Position Overview
The External Outreach & Insights Pillar (EOI) is one of six pillars of the Medical Affairs Team. The EOI Team leads an integrated external engagement strategy; manages relationships with key opinion leaders; and leverages insights and opportunities to accomplish business needs while keeping patients at the core. The Medical Affairs Intern will support integration and cross-functional tasks that are led by EOI.  This position will support our external engagement goals by assisting with key opinion leader (KOL) research and management; congress planning and execution; insights trending and analysis; and other related projects.  This position is intended to be a full-time opportunity over the course of the summer for an undergraduate student to obtain professional development and experience by contributing to the company’s effort to provide early detection and prevention of cancer.

Essential Duties include but are not limited to the following:
  • Assist with development and management of KOLs, thought leaders, and health care providers.
  • Research and report recommended thought leaders to support organizational priorities.
  • Assist with, identify, and implement opportunities to optimize an integrated congress strategy.
  • Research topics related to our corporate priorities to enhance our strategies related to Advanced practice providers (APP), Public Health, Key Organizations, Healthy Equity, and Competitors.
  • Assess resources (such as power point presentations) to strengthen our educational content and engagement of KOLs.
  • Assist with analysis, trending, and tracking of insights. Develop report(s) and presentations to leverage the business value of insights.
  • Develop protocols and standard operating procedures related to business strategies and processes.
  • Help with organization of files and documents for increased ease of access.

Physical requirements:
  • Ability to lift up to 40 pounds for approximately less than 1% of a typical working day.
  • Ability to work seated for approximately 90-100% of a typical working day. Ability to work standing for approximately 50% of a typical working day.
  • Ability to work on a mobile device, tablet, or in front of a computer screen and/or perform typing for approximately 90% of a typical working day.
  • Ability to grasp with both hands; pinch with thumb and forefinger; turn with hand/arm; reach above shoulder height.
  • Ability to work on a computer and phone simultaneously.
  • Ability to use a telephone through a headset.
  • Ability to comply with any applicable personal protective equipment requirements.

Minimum Qualifications
  • Enrollment towards a Bachelor's program in the Health or Life Sciences area in sophomore through senior standing.
  • Ability to organize, present, and convey problems or issues.
  • Experience in using Microsoft Office (Word - generate documents and tables, Excel - create and modify spreadsheets and create complex formulas and PowerPoint slide creation); Email – preferably Outlook; and various search engines for conducting Internet and literature searches.
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills.
  • Effective presentation skills.
  • Ability to interface and work effectively within team and department with changing priorities.
  • Analytical, problem solving and decision-making skills.
  • Excellent attention to detail and organizational skills.
  • Authorization to work in the United States without sponsorship.
  • Demonstrated ability to perform the Essential Duties of the position with or without accommodation.

Preferred Qualifications
  • Experience with customer relations management (CRM) tools and project management skills a plus.
  • Experience with peer-reviewed medical literature: reading, synthesis, and summarizing. Familiarity with sites such as PubMed and UptoDate.