Apply as an Intern
Ontario Health Science companies are looking to hire educated, knowledgeable, enthusiastic candidates to help them with market research, marketing & sales, business plan development, financial modelling and investor targeting. Opportunities include internships, short-term and permanent positions.
OBIO’s Health to Business Bridge™ Program
The H2BB Program helps organizations find suitable candidates from graduate business programs and when hired, provides training and mentorship to the candidate. These are achieved through conducting pre-screening interviews, customized workshop training, and matching hires to subject-matter-expert advisors.
OBIO® has the largest human health science industry network in the province, with over 270 companies and organizations involved in therapeutics, medical devices, in vitro diagnostics, digital and consumer health. Companies who have participated in the H2BB program include: Eve Medical, Therapure Biopharma, MDDT Inc., Mount Sinai Services, Prolucid, Synaptive Medical, WinterLight Labs and Baylis Medical.
Positions Available for January
The H2BB Program is working with a number of companies who are looking to hire co-op students or recent graduates. Some examples include but are not limited to:
- Intern to help with both Market Research and Investor Targeting. The intern is to complete a competitive pricing matrix, develop the master investment pitch deck and conduct market research to identify opportunities for the business.
- Business Analyst to assist in developing budget impact and health outcome models for a new piece of technology. Past experience in health economics and biostatistics is preferred.
- Business Analyst with financial knowledge, capable of developing financial forecasts and models. The intern would also help develop their business model, go-to-market strategy and potential investors to target.
- Project Coordination experience to help with the restructuring of Therapure. Candidates should be experienced in dealing with stakeholders, external partners, executing an implementation plan, and understanding project requirements, deliverables and logistics.
Candidates should be in or have recently completed a graduate business program, with an interest in health sciences and be looking to work in an entrepreneurial environment. Successful candidates should be able to work with limited supervision and manage multiple and varied tasks.
OBIO will conduct an initial screening interview with select applicants and then refer appropriate candidates to relevant organizations who will conduct a second interview.