Who We Are
We were founded in Cambridge, UK, in 2008, and enjoyed rapid growth, driven by the demand for our expertise from clients in Europe and North America. Our excellent reputation enabled us to establish our Asia-Pacific office in Singapore, in 2014. Further expansion of the company is anticipated over the coming years, with potential additional offices in Japan, China and the United States.
What Our Analysts Do
The Analyst position is ideal for those with experience in scientific research and for enthusiastic recent graduates in the sciences, who possess exceptional English language skills and are seeking the opportunity to be part of a growing team. You will be based in our Singapore office, working closely with our Asia-Pacific Head and the Asia-Pacific team, as well as collaborating with our experts in our UK team. In a typical week, you could be working on a slide set summarising the epidemiology of type 2 diabetes in Malaysia, supporting a client at an onsite educational event in Bangkok and working alongside colleagues in the UK to adapt a health economics model for a client in China. The materials you prepare will be used directly by pharmaceutical companies to communicate with stakeholders who are instrumental to the successful uptake of novel therapies.
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What We Offer
We offer a competitive starting salary depending on your experience. Additional benefits include discretionary cash bonuses and corporate medical and travel insurance. We are committed to the development of all employees and provide excellent internal training opportunities and full funding, study leave and travel expenses to complete the University of York’s prestigious postgraduate programme in Health Economics for Healthcare Professionals, the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine postgraduate programmes in Clinical Trials and Public Health and other external courses. Analysts are also encouraged to undertake and submit their own research to conferences such as the International Society of Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes Research (ISPOR) and have the opportunity to travel to attend these.
What Background Should You Have?
Applicants should have:
- A degree level or higher qualification in a scientific discipline (minimum or expected upper second class honours, or equivalent), preferably in biological sciences
- Exceptional written and spoken fluency in English
- An ability to communicate scientific materials clearly in both written and oral form
- Excellent understanding of and ability to apply scientific concepts
- Close attention to detail
Excellent Mandarin language is very highly desirable; competency in Japanese or Korean language is also desirable but not essential.
No previous experience in this sector is necessary, but you should display a genuine interest in healthcare and an eagerness to learn about new areas of clinical science.
How to Apply
Please submit your CV and cover letter via our online application form. In your cover letter you should explain why you think you would be suited to the role and your reasons for wishing to join the Singapore office of Costello Medical. Your CV should clearly state your undergraduate degree class, grade of pass in any subsequent degree(s), level of competency (eg. grade of pass in any language examinations you have undertaken) if you possess foreign language capabilities, along with your nationality and details about your eligibility to work in Singapore. We can support employment pass applications for successful candidates. Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis for both immediate and deferred start dates.
If you wish to speak directly with a current member of our team before applying please contact Emma King at email@example.com.