At GSK we believe that medicines are key to achieving our ambitions in immuno-oncology and other immunologically driven diseases. We are growing our UK-based Drug discovery and development teams using cutting edge technologies to bring medicines of the future faster to patients who need them. As a result there is continuous growth in demand for support activities in data publication, visualisation and analysis to help us discover these medicines that will make a difference to patient’s lives.
What Will I Gain?
You’ll find yourself in a real role, adding value to our business as a key member of a multi-disciplinary team helping discover & develop new medicines.
During your year with us you’ll gain first-hand experience of the power of fully utilising our data, including development of personal skills, being able to understand how different sites operate, putting academic theory into practices and in many cases taking responsibility for your own projects. Over the year you will build your technical knowledge, as well as developing your communication, planning, organisation, problem-solving, team working and help to build an extensive network of industry contacts.
What Skills Do I Need?
You’ll be studying Computer Science and expecting a 2.1 or above.
Having a relevant degree is just the start. You'll need ambition, excellent analytical, communication and team working skills, a genuine interest in the healthcare industry and a self-motivated, proactive approach.
Where Will I Be Based?
You will be based at our R&D hub in Stevenage, Hertfordshire.
When Can I Start?
These roles will start in September 2020