Business Sectors

Technical operations

Technical Operations refers to the manufacturing and quality control processes involved in producing pharmaceuticals, biotechnology products, and medical devices. It includes activities such as production management, quality assurance, and regulatory compliance.

Manufacturing (Production, Sciences, External)

Manufacturing involves large-scale production of pharmaceuticals, biotech products, and medical devices, encompassing formulation, process optimization, and managing external manufacturing

Type of position (non-exhaustive)
  • Head of Production
  • Manufacturing Technician
  • External Manufacturing Specialist
  • Production Supervisor
  • Manufacturing Engineer

Refers to stringent processes ensuring pharmaceuticals, biotech products, and medical devices meet regulatory standards and industry best practices for safety and efficacy.

Type of position (non-exhaustive)
  • Quality Assurance Director
  • Quality Control Analyst
  • Suppliers Quality Manager
  • Compliance Officer
  • Quality Systems Manager

Involves applying scientific principles and advanced technologies to optimize manufacturing processes for pharmaceuticals, biotech products, and medical devices.

Type of position (non-exhaustive)
  • Technical Director
  • Validation Engineer
  • Senior Process Engineer
  • Maintenance Technician

Automation refers to the application of technologies to automate production, quality control, and data management processes. 

Type of position (non-exhaustive)
  • MES Specialist
  • Controls Engineer
  • Robotics Engineer
  • Automation Manager
  • Automation Technician
Supply Chain

Manages material, product, and information flow for pharmaceuticals, biotech products, and medical devices' manufacturing and distribution. It optimizes production, sourcing, logistics, and distribution for an efficient, safe, and compliant supply chain.

Type of position (non-exhaustive)
  • Supply Chain Manager
  • Demand Planner
  • Logistics Coordinator
  • Procurement Specialist
  • Inventory Analyst
EHS (Environment, Health & Safety)

Ensures compliance with environmental regulations and safeguards employee health and safety in manufacturing facilities. This includes risk management and safety protocols to protect employees and the environment.

Type of position (non-exhaustive)
  • EHS Director
  • Safety Specialist
  • Environmental Compliance Coordinator
  • Occupational Health Specialist
  • EHS Engineer

Clinical Development

Clinical Development refers to the research and development process of new drugs or treatments, spanning from preclinical trials to clinical trials involving patients. Its objective is to assess the effectiveness, safety, and tolerability of products with the aim of obtaining market authorization.

Early Clinical Development

Refers to the initial phase of testing new drugs or treatments in human subjects, typically focusing on safety and dosage. It involves early clinical trials, such as Phase I and Phase II studies, aimed at evaluating the drug's tolerability and potential efficacy in a small
number of participants.

Type of position (non-exhaustive)
  • Clinical Research Associate
  • Clinical Project Manager
  • Clinical Trial Coordinator
  • Clinical Data Manager
  • Clinical Operations Manager
Late Clinical Development

Refers to the final phase of testing new drugs or treatments in large patient populations to confirm efficacy and safety before seeking regulatory approval.

Type of position (non-exhaustive)
  • Clinical Trial Manager
  • Medical Science Liaison
  • Clinical Affairs Specialist
  • Clinical Research Scientist
  • Clinical Development Director


Global Product Strategy & Commercialization

GPS&C (Global Product Strategy & Commercialization) involves developing and executing plans to bring pharmaceuticals, biotechnology products, and medical devices to global markets. This includes product strategy, market analysis, pricing, and market access initiatives to maximize value and ensure regulatory compliance. 

Medical Affairs

Entails providing medical and scientific expertise to support various aspects of product development, regulatory affairs, and marketing strategies.

Type of position (non-exhaustive)
  • Global Brand Medical Director
  • Head of Medical Affairs
  • Medical information Manager
  • MSL (Medical Science Liaison)
Health Economics and Outcome Research (HEOR)

Involves evaluating the economic impact and outcomes of healthcare interventions, treatments, and policies.

Type of position (non-exhaustive)
  • HEOR Director
  • HEOR and RWD Manager
  • Health Economics and Value Proposition Manager
  • HEOR and RWS Analyst
Market Access

Refers to the strategies and activities aimed at ensuring that pharmaceuticals, biotechnology products, and medical devices are available and reimbursed by healthcare systems, enabling patients to access these products.

Type of position (non-exhaustive)
  • Market Access Director
  • Pricing Director
  • Reimbursement and Market Access Manager
  • Gouvernment Affairs Lead

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