Assistant Research Coordinator (Former Employee) – singapore – July 9, 2018
minimum 8.5 hour per day No overtime fee but sometimes has to stay very late there is an allowance like housing and phone bill but no bonus and AWS like other institutes you can learn a new things if you are new to research field but promotion may seem impossible
Research Associate (Current Employee) – Outram – November 6, 2017
if this is your first job, you definitely learn alot! Its definitely a great place to start your career with. for people going in with experience, its better you have that relevant experience and very very strong technical and research skills. the work is demanding and stressful. All of us work very long hours and at least one of the weekends too. but the workplace culture is great. people are great. All equally motivated to work together. one of the best lab i have been!
Assistant Clinical Research Co-ordinator (Former Employee) – Singapore, S00 – March 25, 2014
-A typical day at work: meeting patients doing admin work, facilitates collection, processing and delivery of samples -Things I have learned: to handle patients information at its strictest confidence and adhere accordingly to specific procedures -It is a good training ground for conducting clinical trials in terms of facilities both pharmaceutical and in house trials. -co-workers are friendly, accommodating, approachable and you can see the passion and dedication in them as they deal with the everyday work -Hardest part is when you are so committed on a certain task and you cannot leave it until its done, then you'd probably want to stay back a little more time just to finish off for the day. -Most enjoyable part is when you're coming to work and you feel the sense of belongingness, it is a great impact when you are in a new environment and the people around you makes you feel comfortable and gives you importance then everything else comes so handy, convenient and easy.