Business Development Graduate
When you join an organisation, the question many ask is what will life be like? The question we ask you is, what difference will you make? No matter your role within Sanofi Australia and New Zealand, you are able to make a difference.
When you work with us you become part of a committed, driven and passionate global network of people who work to understand and solve the healthcare needs of people around the world. Together we work to make a difference to patients, consumers, and within our communities.
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Our Graduate Program:
The Sanofi Graduate Program is a 24-month rotational program that offers you a fully supported learning environment to cultivate your development and build your future.
Our program will provide you with ongoing training, structured development programs and valuable experience in a field where you will be able to impact people’s lives. This is a fantastic opportunity to apply knowledge from your tertiary studies into action by working collaboratively to tackle daily challenges and deliver best practice.
Commencing January 2024, we will work with you to develop your skills and experience by tailoring your rotations to suit both your strengths and business needs.
As the Business Development Graduate, your role will be to work with the Public Market Unit team on identifying, mapping and engaging with Public Health Units in 2024. They will support in proposing a strategic plan to pilot a medically based / commercial engagement with each entity. The Graduate will also gain an opportunity to work with other commercial, marketing and/or medical colleagues in engaging and developing these opportunities.
Public Health Units are the extension of all state health departments in metropolitan and regional areas: they play a special role in identifying, preventing or minimising public health risks to the community. As such, immunisation is an important plank of PHUs’ activities.
Other priorities in this role include:
- New avenue for NIP communication for Beyfortus
- Clearer picture of school vaccination programs for MenQuadfi and Adacel
- Higher use of CCBAT resulting in lower workload for Customer Engagement team
- Dedicated resources to prepare the CDIC meeting for public health nurses and doctors (working at PHUs)
- Continued work on the HCW flu vaccination market
We’re looking for Graduates who:
Have an interest in health and Science and completed an undergraduate degree in the areas of Science or Pharmacy with a Major in Business and Commerce, from a recognised tertiary institution by December 2023. Or have completed your relevant university qualification within the past 2 years (since December 2021).
Essential Skills and Experience:
- Strong commercial and business acumen.
- An innate interest in human interaction (as it is potentially a customer interfacing job).
- An ability to build bridges in complex matrix environments, both internal and external.
- A proven track record of overcoming challenges and demonstrating resilience.
- Ability & willingness to travel to PHUs(within Australia).
- Graduates that have some medical background and/or experience working with a pharmaceutical company will be highly regarded.
- A combined business and science degree will be an advantage in this role.
Work rights: Please note to apply for this role you must already have the right to lawfully work full time and live in Australia.
Interested? Apply today!
To apply, please complete your application along with your resume and cover letter. Your resume should include any existing or planned education, specific tech skills & certifications in addition to qualifications & experience.
To be eligible for this role, you will need to be an Australian citizen or permanent resident at the time of application and be located in (or planning to relocate to) Sydney by January 2024.
You must have completed an undergraduate degree from a recognised tertiary institution by December 2023, or have completed your relevant university qualification within the past 2 years (no earlier than December 2021).
Pursue progress, discover extraordinary
Better is out there. Better medications, better outcomes, better science. But progress doesn’t happen without people – people from different backgrounds, in different locations, doing different roles, all united by one thing: a desire to make miracles happen. So, let’s be those people.
At Sanofi, we provide equal opportunities to all regardless of race, colour, ancestry, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, age, citizenship, marital status, disability, or gender identity.
We live our commitment through our Reconciliation Action Plan, team member and leadership driven LGBTIQ+ program and a team dedicated to Inclusion and Diversity.
If you need assistance or any accommodation during the application or recruitment process, reach out to our Talent Acquisition team who would be more than happy to help.
Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update: Being vaccinated against COVID-19 is not a mandatory requirement at Sanofi. We do however, strongly recommend all employees to be up to date with COVID Vaccination. If you are in a role that requires you to attend high-risk community sites such as hospitals, aged care facilities or other sites that require vaccination against COVID-19 as a condition of entry, then Sanofi requires you to be fully vaccinated in accordance with those requirements, in order to undertake the duties of your role.
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