Graduate Programme Q&A - James

Graduate Programme Q&A - James

Graduate Programme Q&A - James


What caught your eye about the Graduate scheme?

What grabbed me was the opportunity to work in so many diverse areas. I think that it’s really rare for companies to offer a position with such variation, so for me it was instantly something that piqued my interest.

How are you settling in? 

Really well. I’ve done my first rotation in Clinical Development, and I’ve just moved on to manufacturing. It took a while to adjust to work life after being a student for four years, but I’m certainly used to it now!

What's the best thing about work life so far?

The variety is the best thing; no day is ever the same.

How was your time in Clinical Development?

I worked within the Intervention Oncology team to help set up a Phase I/II trial and really enjoyed it.

What do you do during lunch?

I normally find myself in the kitchen looking to see if there are any leftover cakes. It’s still the student in me!

How would you describe working at BTG?

I’d say that everybody at BTG is welcoming and supportive, and in the first couple of months it really helped to make me feel a part of the company.

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