Pharmacist (Fluency in Mandarin and/or Cantonese Required)

Location: Miami, FL - Headquarters
Position type: Full-Time, Employee
Date Posted: Monday, March 5, 2018
Department: Market Research

Pharmacist (Miami, FL)

Drug Safety Institute -
This great company is dedicated to furthering the cause of drug safety and risk management issues. We address the risk associated with nomenclature, labeling, and packaging of pharmaceutical and biological products. We are currently seeking a Mandarin and/or Cantonese speaking Pharmacist to assist in meeting the needs of our pharmaceutical and biotechnology clients in terms of marketing interests and the satisfaction of regulatory requirements.

Job Description & Responsibilities:
This person principal responsibility will be to ensure that proprietary drug databases have the most up to date product information. This involves research of multiple websites to complete a full medication profile on a global scale.
She/he will also provide assistance to Drug Safety Institute's Safety Evaluator with pharmaceutical projects as well. Additional training will be provided.

Desired Skills & Experience
Education: High school diploma, Associate' degree, Bachelor's degree
Languages: English, Must be fluent in Mandarin and/or Cantonese.
Certification: Must be a Licensed Pharmacy Technician

Competency:
The ideal candidate will possess a strong working knowledge of computers and be familiar with drug resources. In addition, the candidate must be extremely detailed oriented.

Location:
Must be willing to relocate to South Florida (Miami area)

Motivation:
Candidate need not have experience in market research or marketing of pharmaceuticals, but a demonstrated interest and experience in such processes will be considered a plus.
This position offers a competitive base salary as well as an attractive benefits package

Please send your credentials and cover letter to careers@brandinstitute.com.

Due to the high volume of responses, we will contact only those candidates who fit the job description specified above.




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