GMCA/IMS Brogan Collaborative Consulting Engagement


The GMCA/IMS Brogan partnership is preparing to run its second collaborative consulting initiative and is seeking highly talented, knowledgeable and motivated individuals with strong credentials in research, academic writing and knowledge translation. Selected participants will gain valuable consulting experience and exposure to collaborative projects involving due diligence, data mining and research studies, while working with pharmaceutical market data and consulting leader IMS Brogan.

The consulting engagement will last for a duration of 5 months, and will encompass a time commitment of 5-10 hours per week. As such, the candidate selection process will aim to identify self-motivated individuals with genuine talent, capacity to learn independently, excellent work ethic, time management skills, as well as possess strong proficiency in analyzing scientific and medical information. Interested candidates must apply as a team of 3-5 members through submission of individual resumes and cover letters and a statement (1-2 paragraphs) on why your team would be the ideal team to participate in this engagement. At least one member of a 3 person team or two members of a 4-5 person team need to have in-depth experience with R and related statistical analytical tools.

Please submit your application as 1 PDF document to before 11:59pm May 6th, 2016

Unfortunately, because of the volume of applications we expect to receive, only those that are invited for an interview will be contacted.

Interview Schedule:
1st Round Interview: Monday, May 16th, 6-9 pm
2nd Round Interview with Prepared Presentation: Friday, May 20th, at IMS office

Good luck with your application!

“ The IMS Brogan summer consulting engagement (2015) is an excellent way to gain first-hand experience in Health Care Consulting. We had direct exposure to senior consulting staff and worked closely with members of a multi-functional team. Given the opportunity to work with a unique set of proprietary data, we investigated and answered pertinent questions in a hot area of health care today. This was a challenging and invaluable consulting experience that also led to two successful conference publications, and happily my current position as Consultant at IMS.”  — Sheri Shojaie


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