Medical Affairs Specialist (Hybrid Role) - Multiple Therapeutic Areas
CK Group are recruiting for a Medical Affairs Specialist (Hybrid Role - Multiple Therapeutic Areas) to join leading pharmaceutical company on a permanent basis. This role has the flexibility to be fully home based or partly/fully office based in Hertfordshire.
Medical Affairs Specialist Role: This role will be a hybrid medical affairs position where the individual will essentially be tasked the duties of a head office based Medical Advisor/Manager and a MSL on certain projects. Projects canbe across both pipeline and established products in a range of therapeutic areas including; Neurology, Haematology, Oncology, Immunology and Ophthalmology.
Responsibilities will include:
- Contribution of scientific and clinical expertise to deliver/lead projects across strategically aligned therapy area(s), key medical affairs capabilities and partnerships with healthcare professionals and patients organisations.
- Developing and cultivating strategic relationships with therapeutic areaexperts and other healthcare influencers.
- Advising on strategic planning and prioritisation of medicines, taking into account patients' need, business needs, resource requirements and market access considerations.
- Working collaboratively in cross-functional teams across several assets both on a local and global level.
- Providing strategic medical review for materials and communications.
- Scientific degree (Ideally PharmD or MD - desirable to be registered in the UK).
- Previous medical affairs experience either an MSL or Medical Advisor/Manager.
- Experience of working in a matrix structure.
- Be able to influence at all levels.
- Capable of solving complex issues that impact Medical Affairs and the widerbusiness.
Apply: For more information or to apply for this Medical Affairs Specialist position, please contact Sam Whyley-Smith on 01246 580040 or email firstname.lastname@example.org, quoting job ref 49270.
It is essential that applicants hold entitlement to work in the UK.