Noven Pharmaceuticals, Inc - Jersey City, NJ
Regulatory Affairs Intern (Biotech)
Undergraduate or Graduate student in a Science discipline. This individual will work in our Regulatory Affairs Department, supporting the Regulatory Strategy group. He/she will be assigned interesting and challenging projects related to competitive data research, precedent analysis, regulatory environment monitoring and ad hoc projects. For this internship opportunity, we are looking for a bright, curious individual, with excellent work ethic, strong attention to detail and a passion to learn about the industry. Ideally, the candidate will have a strong interest in learning about Regulatory Affairs or is, perhaps contemplating a career in Regulatory Affairs within the pharmaceutical industry. Effective written and oral communication skills are important, along with the ability to interact successfully with your supervisor and associates in varied areas of expertise. This will be a rewarding internship experience and great learning opportunity.
Along with your curriculum vitae, please also provide your responses to the Intern Program (IP) application questions. You must be available for the entire internship period (summer; no more than 90 days) and not have conflicting commitments (i.e. rotations, other employment) during that time.
Relocation and housing costs will not be reimbursed.
Regulatory Affairs Internship Program
Instructions: Thank you for applying for the Noven Summer Internship Program. As part of the application process, please provide a response to all of the following questions. Please limit each response to about ½ a page.
Duration Period: [Summer 2023]
1) Why are you interested in the Pharmaceutical Industry and specifically Regulatory?
2) Describe a situation when you had a difficult problem to solve. What was the situation and how did you resolve it?
3) Describe an accomplishment of which you are most proud.
4) Is a transdermal patch considered a combination product and why?
Bonus Question: Is Human Factors Testing required for transdermals?