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The work we do at Uppsala Monitoring Centre requires people with energy, intelligence and vision. Learn more about our career opportunities and join our mission to improve medicines safety.

Vacancies at UMC

Data Scientists

We are looking for data scientists to join our Research department. Are you curious and driven, with a passion for developing and deploying machine learning and pattern discovery methods?

View the job ad for a description and application details, and view the video below to learn more about how our data scientists work. Applications should be submitted to job@who-umc.org as soon as possible.

System Developer

We are recruiting a system developer. By joining UMC, you will become part of a truly international organization with a global vision for the safer use of medicines. Our Products and Services department develops and maintains high quality products, tools and services for the UMC product portfolio.

View the job ad for a description and application details. Applications should be submitted to job@who-umc.org as soon as possible.

Working at UMC

UMC is committed to improving the health and welfare of patients and communities by helping to make the use of medicines safer and more effective, and by protecting patients from the harm that medicines can cause. It is important and challenging work that requires people with energy, intelligence and vision.

UMC employs over 100 staff - pharmacists, doctors, researchers, system developers, sales and marketing staff, coding specialists, communications and product specialists, and assistants.

There are a variety of opportunities available here for those who want to work in a dynamic and challenging office environment.

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For students

Our Research department offers a rich environment for motivated MSc students. Working on your thesis with us is an opportunity to develop and extend your learning in a challenging field of social importance. For those with the right talent, it could be the first stage of a longer relationship with UMC.

In addition to VigiBase, the unique WHO global database of individual case safety reports, we are also working with several other major healthcare data sets.

We offer MSc projects primarily within the areas of data mining, computer science, text mining and clinical areas.

For enquiries, please contact us at thesis@who-umc.org

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