An influential role with a company developing a very strong portfolio of new disease treatment
Providing medical input and oversight to a range of Phase II & III clinical development programs for a range of solid tumour oncology treatments, directing and implementing Clinical Research Plans and leading the development of Clinical Protocols
A wonderful opportunity to help establish, define and create a medical affairs department in the UK.
Working within speciality medicine you will lead the medical function, taking responsibility for all pre and post launch strategy plans, the management of the team and building close relationships with internal EU and Global stakeholders as well as those externally.
Signatory status and managerial experience is essential.
This weeks clinical job of the week is an exciting new role with an innovative global pharmaceutical company who hold family values and patient well-being close to the heart. This role has been chosen because it is:
a senior role covering Emerging markets within EU, Africa and Oceania
a regulatory strategy role you will also be responsible for representing the company at product level
based in Hertfordshire, this office has great access to London and the South East
offering a competitive salary with excellent benefits including a car allowance
It is true to say that recruiters and employers can receive 100’s of CV’s for every vacancy they advertise. This means that they have limited time to review each CV, so how can you make sure that your CV stands out from the rest?
To impress the employer/recruiter you should tailor your CV to each job and showcase your strengths in order to sell your skills to the reader, demonstrating that you are the right person for that particular job. Here are some guidelines that you will find helpful if you are wondering how to structure you CV and what to include in it:
Make certain that your contact details are easy to spot. They should be at the top of the first page of your CV.
Detail the educational establishments at which you have studied including the attendance dates, in chronological order with the most recent first. You should include any relevant pharmaceutical modules, projects or dissertation work you have completed.
List your most recent research first. This makes it easier for the reader to see if you have the right experience and whether you have gained it recently. Put your other jobs after your current role in reverse chronological order.
You should include:
Name of the employer
Employers will be particularly interested in activities which have developed your leadership and team-working skills. You should also mention here any volunteer work you have done.
Oliver Care is currently recruiting for a Regulatory Affairs Executive to join a company in the OTC industry at their offices in Glasgow on a permanent basis. Oliver has made a short video to discuss this role, watch it here:
This is an excellent opportunity to join a global leader in the OTC market who are offering an excellent opportunity to gain global exposure. Benefits include an excellent salary, an annual bonus and many other perks.
This week we have two clinical jobs of the week which are a Statistical Epidemiologist and a SAS Statistical Programmer that are working with a global scientific research company within Real World Evidence.
These roles also offer:
An exciting opportunity to work on multiple projects within Real World Evidence
Variety in activities including designing studies, identifying new sources of data and conducting literature reviews
The opportunity to join a forward thinking, innovative company leading the way with Real World Evidence
These role will be based on site in Leeds, with regular travel to London and some flexibility with home working.
This week our clinical job of the week is actually multiple Medical Science Liaison roles. We currently have organisations of all sizes seeking MSL’s to join them in positions across the UK. These roles offer:
A great opportunity for experienced MSLs.
Multiple roles covering a range of territories and therapeutic areas.
The chance to join companies that include global pharma companies, start-up companies and small or privately owned pharmaceutical companies.
Great salaries and packages available ranging from £50-80,000 for field medical roles.