Pharmacist internships



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Regulatory affairs

  • Your team will be responsible for all aspects of licensing procedures. In addition to new licences, you’ll also be involved in constantly adapting our medicinal product licences in Germany and the EU. To this end, you’ll work closely with experts from different departments and compile pertinent dossiers. You’ll work highly conscientiously, both on this task and when checking the relevant documents from a technical perspective and communicating with the licensing authorities in German and English.

  • Your team will work on product information texts, such as Summaries of Product Characteristics (SPCs) and patient information leaflets (PILs), to ensure consumers are able to use the medicinal products correctly and all information texts comply with the relevant statutory requirements. You’ll also collaborate with specialists from our various different departments. You’ll take particular care when revising texts in German and English and research medical/pharmaceutical issues, and thereby assist with the necessary licensing processes.

  • Your team will be responsible for all aspects of international licensing procedures. In addition to actual licensing, this will also entail obtaining and, where necessary, amending medicinal product licences within and outside the EU. You’ll co-ordinate the relevant internal and external activities with the pertinent international country offices and be involved in the associated technical checks. It is particularly important that all documents for authorities are also created in English, a task you’ll also be involved in.

Quality assurance

  • In this team, you’ll assess the pharmaceutical quality of our products and compile the necessary dossiers for the medicinal product licences. The multitude of crossovers between the team and Pharmaceutical Development, Manufacturing, Quality Control and Licensing departments will enable you to very quickly gain a broad insight into the work of a pharmacist in the pharmaceutical industry.

  • You’ll support your team in handling complaints by recording quality complaints, co-ordinating the necessary checks, evaluating findings and drawing up the relevant reports. You’ll also learn to handle and assess potential deviations from specifications. In addition, you’ll help approve suppliers and contract manufacturers by assessing their suitability on the basis of audits. This is the right team for you if you have a specific interest in good manufacturing practice (GMP).

  • Together with the team from Change Management, you will evaluate and facilitate changes that are due to be introduced in the production and testing of our medicinal products, for example variations to the manufacturing process or to analytical methods. For this, you will collate information and define, jointly with the involved areas Manufacturing, Quality Control and Regulatory Affairs, the activities that are necessary for introducing the change. In this way, you will gain an overview of the GMP and regulatory requirements as well as the many different aspects of variations.

  • You’ll support your colleagues in planning, executing and assessing process validation. You’ll be involved in optimising our validation structure and work in close coordination with the areas of production and quality control. This will give you profound insight into our range of manufacturing processes. This is the right team for you if you enjoy working with pharmaceutical technology, have a knack for organisation, are happy to work conceptually and bring a spark of creativity to everything you do.

Medicine & research

  • Your team will be responsible for all our medicinal products licensed in Germany. You’ll work together to maintain an overview of the relevant scientific, social and health-policy trends and developments, create information materials and respond to medical/scientific queries on our preparations. This is the right team for you if you have a specific interest in pharmacology, with a focus on drug information.


  • Constant and systematic monitoring of the safety of medicinal products (pharmacovigilance) is one of the marketing authorisation holder's key tasks. In your six-month internship, you will support your team by logging and assessing notifications of complaints and out-of-specification reports, promptly forwarding reports of suspected side effects for processing, as well as coordinating specialist internal and external investigations. Implementing regulatory and internal/global stipulations as part of pharmacovigilance quality management rounds off your assignment.

  • This team takes care of the scientific documentation of suspected adverse drug reaction reports, e.g. from clinical trials, as well as of licensed medicinal products from the markets within and outside the EU. You’ll collate reports on adverse drug reactions, support your colleagues in assessing these and forward them to internal and external contacts. You’ll also be tasked with the timely monitoring of processes – in line with statutory time limits and internal guidelines.

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