Interim Head of Clinical Trials Contracts – London

Jim Gleeson is recruiting for an Interim Head of Clinical Trials Contracts for a world renowned health research organisation based in London.

The main responsibilities of this role is to  manage and lead the clinical trials contracts team to support studies that are being carried out by the institute and associated hospital. This will involve managing all contracting agreements with commercial and non-commercial organisations, including drafting, reviewing and negotiating contracts.

This organisations is looking for a professional with a legal qualification and experience managing contracts for clinical trials.

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Biostatistician – Belgium

Paul de Challans is recruiting for a contract Biostatistician to join a global pharmaceutical company at their site in Belgium.

The main responsibilities within this role include managing the statistical aspect of clinical and pre-clinical research projects, be able to translate client needs into statistical practice and educate clients in the use of statistics.

To apply for this role you should have knowledge of SAS Programming and be able to build strong relationships with internal and external clients.

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Pharmacovigilance Officer – Middlesex

Hendre Moolman is recruiting for a Pharmacovigilance Officer to join a pharmaceutical company based in Middlesex on a direct/fixed term contract.

The roles responsibilities include updating the Pharmacovigilance database for the processing of Adverse Events and Adverse Drug reactions, managing the Pharmacogivilance Lead on a day to day basis and collecting safety-related data from patients and healthcare professionals.

The client is looking for an individual who has previous experience working in a pharmacovigilance department can review literature cases and spontaneous cases, and is able to work with signal detection and risk management.

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Medical Information Manager – Cambridgeshire

Hamayon Farhad Salam is recruiting for a Medical Information Manager to join a pharmaceutical company in Cambridgeshire on a 12 month contract.

Responsibilities include developing and delivering medical communication materials and tools and supporting the development of region-wide satellite symposia and educational events.

To be considered for this role you need to have experience reviewing ABPI and Oncology.

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Strongest Rise In Perm Vacancies Since March 2010

The latest KPPG/REC report on jobs has highlighted a number of very interesting changes in the labour market. We are continuing to see very strong growth in the number of permanent vacancies within the Clinical sector with the demand for clinical and nursing staff increasing dramatically. The clinical/nursing sector has seen strong growth in the level of permanent vacancies with most of this growth being in the private sector. The growth in the number of permanent vacancies across the UK is the 2nd strongest since information was first collated in 1997, and interestingly most growth has been in the North of the UK with London and the South East being weakest.

There has also been increased demand for temporary staff in the Clinical/nursing fields which has been higher than the demand on the permanent side. This is in contrast to most other sectors of the UK economy but perhaps reflects the greater amount of project work in this area particularly on the private side.

The knock on effect of this growth in demand is starting to have an effect both in terms of candidate availability, which is diminishing, and salary inflation, as we are starting to see some pressure on salaries and hourly rates, and we expect this to continue over the next few months. However it is worth noting that the level of salary/rate increase is still below the national inflation rate.

Overall this is very positive news for our sectors and we are starting to see a broader range of roles, with much of the growth in the permanent sector.

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