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Best Use of Naukari Portal for Pharma Jobs

There are many job portals in India but covers 70 percents market share so you must upload your resume and details here. Many Freshers and experienced professionals get jobs through this portals so take it quite seriously. This blog does not tell you about how to upload the resume and each information in Naukari portal but will guide you to avoid mistakes which are quite avoidable in key fields. Please check your resume if below fields are properly filled.

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Profile Photo:
People often postpone upload of Photo that decreases the profile visibility and credibility. You must upload a Professional photograph. 

Resume Headline:
As per; “It is the first thing recruiters notice in your profile. Write concisely what makes you the unique and right person for the job you are looking for.”

Recruiters do not have much to read complete resume so an impressive headline can get you noticed quicker.
In this section, you have to summarize your profile in 250 words.

You can follow the below templates to write resume headlines.
Experienced Professionals:

You must include all the related job skills in this section. Maximum limit is 250 characters including commas. Naukri job portal recommends job-based on skills.
Freshers can include the below skills:

For Pharmacovigilance: ICSR, PSUR, DSUR, Aggregate Report Writing, Medical Writing, Clinical Research, PV or Pharmacovigilance

For Medical Writing: DSUR, Protocol, Abstract, PSUR, aggregate report writing, IB, clinical research, CSR, Medical Writing

For Scientific Writing: Scientific writing, Abstracts, Poster, Slides 

Competitive Intelligence: Competitive Intelligence, Market Research, Secondary Research

Health Economics and Outcome Research (HEOR): HEOR, Clinical Research, HTA (Health Technology assessments), Systemic Review

Clinical Data Management: CDM, Clinical Research, Clinical Data Management

Clinical research associate: CRA, Clinical Research, Site Monitor

Clinical research coordinator: CRC, Clinical Research, Clinical Research Coordinator

Medical Coding: Medical Coding, ICD10, MedDRA Dictionary, Clinical Research

Clinical Record Management: eTMF, Clinical Research, Clinical Record Management

Centralised monitoring: CRA, Risk-based monitoring, Clinical Research, Centralised Monitoring

Regulatory affairs: Regulatory affair and clinical research, NDA submission, sNDA submission, Biosimilar, USFDA, EMA

Research and development: HPLC, NMR, Invivivo testing, table, capsules, etc as per your specialization like Pharmacology, Pharmaceutics, Medicinal Chemistry etc

SAS programmers: SAS, ADAM, SDTM, Clinical research

Forecasting: Forecasting, Market Research, Excel

Pricing analyst: Secondary Research, Market Research, Pricing

Data Scientist: The languages you know (Python, SAS, R) and associated skills, Data analyst, Data Scientist

Ther are many common skills which can be added.

Microsoft Excel, Word and PPT, ” Teamwork, Ability to Solve Problems, Skills to Plan and Organize, Analysing Skills, Ability to Create Reports, Skill to Adapt to Changes, Ability to Research, Skills to Manage Projects”

The above list is just for overview and one should read the job description of your desired jobs and add the skills accordingly to get the recruiter call but needless to mention that you need to get those skills to get the job.

 Profile Summary:
It is a summary of your career, education, your professional interest and what kind of job you are looking for. You have to conclude this in 50 characters.

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