Vacancies


Biologists, Pharmacologists, Medicinal Chemists
Servier
Posted on 24-Sep-2008

SERVIER is France’s 2nd pharmaceutical group employing 20 000 people worldwide, and has achieved a consolidated turnover of € 3.3 billions.

Our success depends upon the dynamism of our research directed towards the discovery of new drugs, mainly in metabolic, cardiovascular, neuroscience and oncology diseases.

Thanks to its 2,600 scientists, our growing company has a pipeline of 78 drugs in development. 

In our Research center, a major and expanding scientific and medical hub within Europe, we are offering a new position.

To strengthen the potential of our research institutes we are offering challenging positions of responsibility in our teams to experienced research scientists.
 
Working in synergy with all disciplines within R + D, you will contribute to the definition of novel and innovative strategies, targeting discovery of new treatments in the fields of:
 
·  Cardiovascular disease
·  The Neurosciences
·   Cancer
 
 You are a Medical Doctor or Pharmacist and have completed your degree with a doctorate, or you have a PhD in Biology, Pharmacology, or Medicinal Chemistry.
You have a proven track record in international research in an academic environment as well as several years within the pharmaceutical industry.
 
You have an international reputation for research excellence, and can show evidence of research productivity. You have an in-depth knowledge of the drug discovery process, and are recognised for your creativity.
 
You are a team player, and the sharing of your passion for research and drug discovery inspires your work.
 
The research laboratories are situated in the Paris region.

If you are self motivated, posess good interdisciplinary team working skills, and have good communication talents, and wish to develop your potential in our company. 

To apply, please send your application(cover letter and CV), quoting reference RESGB, to:

Garlone VIOLLE
SERVIER, 11 rue des Moulineaux 92150 Suresnes FRANCE
valerie.pesenti@fr.netgrs.com