Regional Diabetes Medical Affairs Manager (Current Employee), Dubai – December 26, 2012
Pros: potential region (emerging market), well organized office
Cons: head count in medical department, alliance complexties between 2 companies.
Currently, I am working as Regional Medical Affairs for the Middle East North Africa (MENA) region in Boehringer Ingelheim. I am responsible for developing & executing the medical affairs Plan for the whole region including some details for more potential countries. I am in direct contact with global team to align with the global strategy.
I am enjoying – more... Training, Presentation and organizing medical meetings.
The most hard part is follow up sites in clinical research and managing KOLs (High Ego in the region) – less
Not a bad company as far as pharma goes. Products are average, nothing blockbuster. Pay and commission are below national average, but better than other careers. Managed care coverage sucks. Management is a joke. Manager in East Tn is insane -believes in no work/life balance, micro manages to an extreme and has zero trust in her employees - she is one – more... who will track her reps daily – less
Highly demanding environment with little room for advancement
Antigen Production Specialist IV (Current Employee), Saint Joseph, MO – October 9, 2013
Difficult to accomplish tasks that must be approved by supervisors or managers that are rarely present. Work is accomplished with credit mostly being awarded to people with little or no involvement in the processes.
Chemist II (Former Employee), Bedford, OH – October 8, 2013
Did assay and impurities analysis for raw material. learned more new instrument and process method. management myself and co-worker working plan for each week. hardest job is investment OOS results and reasons. method develop and method validation is my enjoyable job.
Utilities/Energy Intern (Former Employee), Columbus, OH – October 4, 2013
A typical day was rewarding. I was exposed to many aspects of the engineering side of pharmaceuticals. I learned how little habits and projects can make a huge difference especially on the energy side of things. The people were great to work with and welcomed me with open arms. In the short time I was there I was able to produce a set result, which – more... is my goal in any internship. – less
SAP Sr. Portal Consultant (Current Employee), Danbury, CT – September 23, 2013
Boehringer Ingelheim is a research-driven group of companies dedicated to researching, developing, manufacturing and marketing pharmaceuticals that improve health and quality of life. The Boehringer Ingelheim Corporation currently has more than 46,000 employees and 140 affiliated companies spread around the globe.
One of the "Great places to work" in Venezuela, with excellent enviroment, the most door open management culture and the best place to build a career
Marketing Consumer Health Care (Former Employee), Caracas, Venezuela – August 29, 2013
Pros: free massage every tuesday and great christmas parties
Everyday at Boehringer Ingelheim was a challenging day; emerging markets demands to be creative and face difficulties with the best actitude and aptitude, in order to find fast and profitable solutions for the brands. Team work was the key success and having a open door management helped me to accomplish my goals. All my knowledge about the pharmaceutical – more... industry and marketing comes from BI corporation, they gave me the opportunity to build a entry level but solid career experience in administrative, sales and brand management. The hardest part of my job was to adjust brands budget to a economy that was changing due to high inflatation and devaluation issues, and even so keep growth and profitability. I have to say that I enjoyed everything about my job, to me be constantly learning and developing strategies that made my brands growth was what kept me enjoing my job. – less
Quality System Specialist (Current Employee), Fort Dodge, IA – August 1, 2013
In a typical day in my job, I perform batch record review and investigations associated assigned product complaint and Adverse Events. I learn to write detailed complaint investigations. I have excellent communication with management and co-worker. That make us a great team work. The hardest part of the job is to prepare complaint Annual Product Review – more... report. – less
Customer Service Assistant (Current Employee), Bracknell – July 6, 2013
Cons: long hours
I am a highly motivated, hard working and energetic individual who is equally productive independently or as a team member. I have excellent communication skills, a caring and empathetic nature and a willingness to undertake new challenges.
I currently work as a Customer Service Assistant for Boehringer – Ingleheim a pharmaceutical company in Bracknell.I – more... have excellent administrative skills and I am very capable of multi-tasking and prioritising. Dealing with all the customer complaints is a very busy role and I thrive on the challenge, I really enjoy assisting customers and find it highly satisfying when their concerns, issues can be resolved.
All of my roles have been customer facing so I am very well presented and I have a confident yet professional manner. I am proficient in Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook and SAP
1999 – 2011 Holyport Manor School – Residential Unit Manager/Head of Care A large campus, special school in Maidenhead, catering for the needs of children ranging in age from 2 to 17 years. There were a diverse range of special needs and client group were educated in age appropriate groups irrespective of their level of need.
I am very professional and can communicate well with colleagues of all levels. I am an organised person who can prioritise well and I thrive in a fast paced and deadline focused environment. – less
Pros: benefits, travel, ongoing education, scheduling education seminars for physician/nurses.
I enjoy starting off my day with physician office visits. I thoroughly love the teaching aspect of my job, educating the physicians about any & all aspects of the drugs which I represent.. This makes me feel good as I am actually assisting in the well being of their patients and insuring they get the best possible treatment. This has been one of the – more... most rewarding jobs I have ever held, educating physicians & personnel how to enrich the lifes of their patients. – less
Manufacturing Technician (Former Employee), Columbus, OH – June 20, 2013
One day at this place it it seemed as if you were on the moon. Everybody walks around in white tyvex and scrubs. Theres alot of stainless steel macheinery and the work is very tedius. I learned how to take my work very seriusly because one mistack could cost the company millions. The manament system is very pushy, it seems like they always exspect more – more... even if you have been performing at your best. The co workers are from all diffrent parts of the world. there is a very wide variety of people. everybody allways seems happy but just like any work inviroment there is always drama. The hardest part of the job was spending 75% of the time cleaning and 25% of the time working on production on the material. The most enjoyable part of the job was getting off after 12hours of working and comeing home to my beautiful fiance. – less