With fifty years of consecutive growth, Medline has more than 25,000 employees worldwide and business in more than 90 countries. Recently named one of the nation’s “Best and Brightest Companies to Work for,” Medline has a new, state-of-the-art corporate headquarters in Northfield, IL, just north of Chicago. To maintain this enviable position and continue our growth, we are looking for new talent, like you!
Medline offers a robust internship program that provides you with the ability to make a true impact. You will be able to take ownership on projects as well as get a feel for day to day work in your role. In addition to the project work, Medline will provide you with learning, networking, and social opportunities throughout the summer through intern specific trainings, lunch & learns with leadership, and fun events.
A Research and Development Intern in the Medical Affairs department at Medline will work directly with full-time associates and senior managers developing and managing clinical trials across multiple Medline divisions. We are seeking a dynamic, creative and hard-working professional looking for hands on clinical experience at a large healthcare organization.
Possible projects could include:
- Develop clinical protocols and conduct clinical studies on products from our various divisions
- Assist with creation of content within Medical Communications
- Science, Statistics or Engineering related majors
- Statistics experience or interest is preferred
- Junior standing with 3.0 minimum GPA preferred
- Writing skills (clinical protocols, clinical study reports, literature searches, and abstracts)
- Strong communication skills in groups or teams
- Detail oriented with superior organizational, analytical, and problem solving skills
- Motivated self-starter
- Proficient in Microsoft Office (Outlook, Word, Excel, Visio, Powerpoint)
- Work with patients or other medical or research experience preferred
- Unrestricted permanent US work authorization
Medline’s policy is to employ the best qualified individuals without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity/gender expression, disability, and citizenship status as a veteran with a disability or veteran of the Vietnam Era.