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Project Leader IV
Ref No.: 18-03602
Location: San Francisco, California
Start Date: 03/30/2018
MBA Intern, Health Tech Partnerships & Corporate Development -


Pharmaceutical is the leading health and well-care company in the world, touching over a billion people per day. While our people, brand, scientific and manufacturing expertise, and extensive ecosystem relationships are second to none, our ambitious mission to profoundly change the trajectory of health for humanity will require bold, innovative applications of technology.

The Health Technology team is a new group based in San Francisco, CA, created to drive strategic adoption of technology across Pharmaceutical. The team is comprised primarily of experienced operating leaders from successful technology companies (e.g. Google, Dropbox, LinkedIn), and partners with commercial and R&D leaders to identify opportunities to use technology to address health challenges at global scale. The team also develops the strategic and operational plans around those opportunities and executes the applicable product, program, partnership, investment and acquisition needs.

The Health Tech Partnerships & Corporate Development team is responsible for identifying and executing strategic technology partnerships, acquisitions, and investments across Pharmaceutical's consumer, medical device, and pharmaceuticals businesses. As an MBA intern, you will work closely with the entire Health Tech team, as well as other teams within Pharmaceutical, and own several strategic projects while also providing support on active deals.

Responsibilities
• Research health technology companies, perform build/buy/partner analyses, and develop frameworks for identifying partnership and acquisition targets
• Identify and recommend top partnership and acquisition targets across key focus areas and franchises (including Baby, Beauty, OTC, digital surgery, e-commerce, and telemedicine)
• Perform competitive and industry landscape analysis
• Support active deal opportunities, including sourcing, due diligence, financial modeling, negotiations

Qualifications
• Bachelor's Degree with strong academic record; current enrollment in a top MBA program
• 3+ years of strategy, partnerships, and/or corporate development at a technology company (and/or relevant work experience at an investment bank, consulting firm, private equity or venture firm)
• Analytical and creative thinker, with a solid understanding of consumer and enterprise software business models and strong modeling skills
• Excellent communication and presentation skills, with the ability to break complex issues down into structured frameworks and concrete action plans
• Self-starter with bias for action and comfort with ambiguity
• Passion for health and well care
• Great sense of humor
• Preferred: digital health experience

HM welcomes candidates from the below MBA programs. He is also open to candidates from other schools as well.

Harvard Business School
Stanford Graduate School of Business
Kellogg (Northwestern)
Wharton (Penn)
Sloan (MIT)
Booth (U of Chicago)
Haas (UC Berkeley)