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CV, Cambridge Sciences Graduate Targeting Singapore

I am currently available for work
Serial No: 40483
(04/05/1992, female)
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Short Bio:

Cambridge graduate and one of six selected for the GlaxoSmithKline (UK FTSE 100) commercial graduate programme in the UK; I have 2 1/2 years commercial experience as part of this programme involving 4 rotations around different business units and on external secondment. I hope to move to Singapore from May and take on a new role in sales, marketing or project management.

Current location: 

England, United Kingdom - View on map

Nationality: 

British

Preferred Sector of Employment: 

Pharmaceutical and Science, General Management, Marketing

Spoken languages: 

english

Locations I am interested in working:

Singapore



Profile

Cambridge graduate and one of six selected for the GlaxoSmithKline (UK FTSE 100) commercial graduate programme in the UK; I have 2 1/2 years commercial experience as part of this programme involving 4 rotations around different business units and on external secondment. I hope to move to Singapore from May and take on a new role in sales, marketing or project management.

 

Education & Qualifications

Emmanuel College Cambridge (2010-2013)
Natural Sciences (Genetics), 2:1

Headington School Oxford (2003-2010)
4 A*s at A level in maths, chemistry, biology & history

Free Standing Maths Qualification (FSMQ) Grade A (A)

12 A*s at GSCE

School-leaving prizes for excellent academic achievement and public speaking

 

Career History

GlaxoSmithKline Commercial graduate programme
(Sept 2013-present)

Structured graduate-entry level programme involving 4 placements in different business units and training relevant to each role

 

External Affairs Manager, GlaxoSmithKline UK Pharmaceuticals
(Aug 2015- present)

Advocacy lead for a corporate public affairs campaign:

• Created target list of stakeholders including policy-makers, media professionals and influencers

• Developed key messages aligned to the business

• Drove the delivery of the campaign across the matrix team

 

Policy Advisor, Department of Business, Innovation & Skills
(External secondment, Feb-Aug 2015)

– Executive lead for a policy paper published on gov.uk, ‘supporting innovation and bringing forward life-saving treatments’ in the NHS, which describes how the English health & care system will make the most of the digital opportunity.

– Policy development:

• Established cross-Whitehall database of c.1000 companies in digital health sector as resource for UK Trade & Investment, BIS and the Department of Health

• Managed procurement & development of industry analysis study

• Researched policy options and presented in submission to Life Sciences Minister plus other briefings, speeches, papers

 

Commercial Associate, Research & Development Strategy Group, GlaxoSmithKline
(July 2014-February 2015)

– Identified high-potential scientific areas for early research focus for GSK

– Set up global scientific networks around these areas, securing senior buy-in and recruiting appropriate scientists to take on leadership roles

– Worked with each network to put in place objectives, identify and support resource challenges and share best practice globally

 

Marketing Executive, GlaxoSmithKline
(September 2013-July 2014)

– Respiratory product launch:

• Delivered digital and print advertising campaigns

• Developed and published scientific journal articles for specialised customer groups

• Produced internal communications campaign for sales force

• Team planner and regulatory submission coordinator

 

Other Significant Experience

– Treasurer, Stellar Alumni Society (June 2015-present); the Stellar alumni network is a not-for-profit society which aims to promote ethical leadership amongst its members, in business and in the wider population

– STEM ambassador (June 2014-present); member of a government-run scheme to promote tertiary education to children from disadvantaged backgrounds

– Business development & marketing internship, EUSA Pharma (now Jazz Pharmaceuticals), (summer 2012); I researched alternative indications for its orphan oncology drug and presented my findings to the management board

– Vice-President of Emmanuel College Students’ Union

 

Languages

– English (mother tongue)

– Intermediate Spanish (amongst top 10 candidates in UK at GSCE, grade A*) and intermediate french (Grade A* at GSCE)

 

Interests & Hobbies

– Netball: former Cambridge 1st team (blues) captain, I now play for a club in North London and set up a social team at work. Last May, I won the southern region league with my club and went to national play-offs. I am also a qualified netball coach

– Cycling: In summer 2014 I cycled a total distance of 1000 miles from France to Bosnia carrying all kit (including tent, cooking stove etc) and in 2015 I cycled around the Cape in South Africa.

– Mountain hiking: I have hiked in the Andes, climbed the Uchitel glacier in the Tien Shan mountains and trekked on the plains surrounding Son Kul lake in Kyrgyzstan