IT Trainee, Systems Delivery & Support Argus Service Team
Open date: Jun 12, 2019
Functional area: IT
We are in process of dynamic development and now we are looking for IT trainee to join Safety Product Team in Poznań!
Safety Product Team was established at GSK to deliver solutions and provide support for existing and changing Pharmacovigilance business processes with the ultimate goal of protecting patient safety.
It is a validated portfolio of applications based around Oracle's Argus Adverse Event management system aligned to Pharmacovigilance & Drug Safety business areas. It is one the most critical GSK systems helping business respond to tight regulatory timelines. The role will support and enhance key IT applications and services which are critical to the successful operation of GSK business processes. This can be an early step on an IT professional career.
•Supporting Developers in daily tasks
•Database analysis and updates of the SQL/C# code
•Application installations and updates on Windows/Linux servers
•Functional testing of the Interfaces
•Develop required level of technical knowledge
During the internship, you will be involved in other activities related to:
•Software Development Lifecycle Management
•Good command of English - verbal and written
•Interest in IT, good command of MS Office
•Basic knowledge of the SQL and Database Management
•Analytical skills, ability to learn fast
•Ability to prioritize multiple tasks
•Good communication skills
•General IT Knowledge
•Basic programming skills
•Interest in Pharma industry
Do you believe that innovation and science can help people achieve more, feel better and live longer? Is it important for you that your work is meaningful? Join GSK, the world's leading healthcare company
You may apply for this position online by selecting the Apply now button.
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