AbbVie 2019 Experiential Internship (Undergraduate Level) - Regulatory Affairs Intern in Lake County, Illinois

2019 Experiential Internship (Undergraduate Level) - Regulatory Affairs Intern

USA, Illinois, Lake County

1 additional location

USA, Illinois

Administrative Services

Requisition #1900972

The AbbVie Experiential Internship Program

Asan AbbVie Experiential Intern, you'll participate in a paid, ten to twelve-week summer program that is focused on providing students with robust projects throughout the summer. As an intern, you will be located at our corporate headquarters in north suburban Chicago, with housing and shuttle services for eligible students.

Department Overview – Regulatory Affairs, CMC

RA CMC develops and executes CMC regulatory strategies which use science to tell the story of our products in a clear and compelling way that leads to those products reaching patients quickly.

Our CMC strategy leads to first cycle approvals of original marketing applications and post approval changes. We believe successful strategy includes the use of science to provide a good understanding of our products, a transferable manufacturing process, and a regulatory story that generates minimal questions during review.

Assignment Details

Regulatory Affairs, CMC is a centralized function that interfaces with R&D and Operations functions within AbbVie, for development programs as well as marketed products.

As a Regulatory Affairs, CMC summer Intern, you will be located at our corporate headquarters in the north suburban Chicagoland area. AbbVie’s worldwide business offers you an opportunity for a variety of work experiences that may include potential opportunities such as:

  • development and roll out of database for tracking CMC information;

  • monitoring and reporting of trends,

  • creating newsletters with key summaries from trend analysis reports,

  • developing trainings aids

Basic:

Completed at least one year of college education before beginning internship

  • Must be enrolled in school the semester following your internship

  • Undergraduate Level Student studying Engineering (chemical, biomedical/bioengineering, material science) or Science (chemistry, biology) or Pharmacy

  • Minimum Cumulative GPA: 3.0/4.0

  • Must be authorized to work in the U.S. on a permanent basis without requiring sponsorship (students on an F1 visa with CPT can be accommodated).

Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Veterans/Disabled

Additional Information

  • Travel: No

  • Job Type: Internship

  • Schedule: Full-time