Medical Science Liaison – North England & Scotland

Hendre Moolman is recruiting a Medical Science Liaison to join a pharmaceutical company in a field based role covering Northern England and Scotland covering Oncology.

The main responsibilities in this role include engaging with medical experts and healthcare professionals at various stages of the product life cycle and developing regional plans in alignment with the businesses medical plans.

You are required to have relevant pharmaceutical experience in Oncology or Haemotology and excellent communication and presentation skills.

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GSK Partner’s Engima in Diagnostics

GlaxoSmithKline has struck a deal with Enigma Diagnostics to develop new diagnostic tests, reports inpharm.com.

The Enigma ML system is to be exclusively supplied and marketed across Europe and the world as part of the deal. Enigma is also to develop respiratory tests for GSK in order to quickly deliver a raw sample within a medical setting. GSK will be able to generate revenue from future tests in various therapies including infectious diseases.

Enigma chairman John McKinley believes the partnership will “deliver much needed ‘test and treat’ capability to infectious diseases management.” Eddie Gray, president of GSK’s European Pharmaceutical division, says that the joint venture is designed to “improve patient care through the provision of rapid, state of the art diagnostic tests.” Details of the transaction have not been disclosed, though GSK have made an up front payment, coupled with funding for research and bonuses for targets met.

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Medical Manager – Surrey, UK

A Medical Manager is required to lead a Medical Affairs Team based in Surrey, UK.

  • Salary upwards of £80K plus excellent annual bonus and company benefits

As Medical Manager you will lead the Medical Affairs Team in the Diabetes, Cardiovascular Disease and Thrombosis business, and support the organisations wide portfolio of products.

The main focus of this Medical Manager role will be to manage and mentor the team of medical advisers – working with them to ensure that the medical activities generate the best commercial results whilst complying with all regulations and guidelines.

As Medical Manager, you will feed your knowledge, experience and insight into the business so that everything from clinical trials and submissions, to pharmacovigilance and regulatory affairs generates the best possible commercial results. You will also take responsibility for the clinical trial programme, leading the team as they draft protocols, initiate studies, supervise trials and maximise their outputs. Working as Medical Manager your expertise and informed opinions will also influence the development of partnership opportunities.

The ideal candidate for this Medical Manager job will have significant Medical Affairs experience to add to a solid clinical career. You must be a UK registered medical practitioner, ideally with a higher medical qualification. Therapeutic experience would be beneficial, but the flexibility to rapidly acquire and utilise new knowledge is even more important. Your Diploma of Pharmaceutical Medicine would place you at an advantage, as would holding (or working towards) a CCT in Pharmaceutical Medicine. Your Medical Affairs experience will have given you excellent insight into the current workings and challenges faced by the NHS. You’ll also bring a successful track record of delivering clinical trials, and positive interactions with national HTA bodies.

This Medical Manager position also demands a highly organised, commercially aware candidate who is focused on results. As Medical Manager you’ll also be the kind of person who can forge strong, productive relationships across and outside of the organisation.

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For more information, or to apply for this Medical Manager job, please contact Ben Traies on 01438 870021 or email btraies@ckclinical.co.uk.

 

 

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Unit Manager (Clinical Development & Medical and Regulatory Affairs) based in Belgium

Our client, a leading pharmaceutical company, are currently looking for a Unit Manager to join their team based in Belgium. Its Diagnostics unit applies its research and know-how in molecular biology, immunology, and virology to build a business of specialty diagnostics products in the areas of infectious diseases, neuro degeneration and genetic testing. In-line with business strategy and resulting Product Development Portfolio, as Unit Manager, you will ensure the registration of diagnostic systems with the desired clinical value and medical relevance. Further responsibilities of this Unit Manager role include:

  • Creation of business relevant clinical value for diagnostic systems
  • Manage the complete Clinical and Regulatory Diagnostic System cycle
  • Manage the Medical Affairs related aspects of diagnostic systems
  • Manage the complete People & Budget cycle

The ideal candidate for this Unit Manager role will be educated to MD or PhD (or equivalent) in a medical or life sciences subject. You will also have at least 4 years od experience in co-ordinating full scope clinical studies, along with demonstrable experience in building of clinical value for Dx applications. Experience in dealing with Regulatory Authorities and a strong knowledge of ICH-GCP guidelines and in the performance of evaluation studies for registration purpose is also preferable. The following skills and competencies are also essential for this role

  • Strong organisational and interpersonal skills
  • Strong communicative skills
  • Strong pro-active and problem-solving skills
  • Strategic thinker

How to Apply If you are interested in learning more about this high profile Unit Manager opportunity please contact Ben Traies at btraies@ckmedics.com or call 01438 870021 for a confidential discussion.   Alternatively, click here to apply for this Unit Manager role now. About CK Clinical Here at CK Clinical, we pride ourselves on our honest and supportive approach. Our team of specialist recruiters and career consultants are here to help you achieve your career ambitions within the clinical and pharmaceutical industry. We can actively offer you careers advice, help with writing your CV, assistance with your interview preparation and provide you with up to date information about the industry. CKC012twitter2linkedin2facebook2 youtube2

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Associate Head of Medical Affairs, Home Counties

In this high profile Associate Head of Medical Affairs role, you will be providing UK medical leadership to two high profile therapeutic areas. Joining the Medical Affairs team, you will have line management responsibility for team members, be a core member of the Medical Leadership team, become a registered Medical signatory and provide support to cross-functional projects.

As Associate Head of Medical Affairs, you will build strong working relationships cross-functionally with departments to devise and deliver medical strategies. You will also support the marketing plans, review and certify materials, and ensure the availability of medical data and opinion leader engagement. You will support your team to identify and build strong relationships with a network of opinion leaders and clinical investigators and work with them to manage advisory boards and plan clinical trials.

Working in collaboration with Development colleagues, as Associate Head of Medical Affairs, you will help to shape the plans for products in phases II to IIIA to successfully enter the UK. You will also contribute to the design of IIIB and IV clinical trial and life cycle medical programmes, representing the UK’s interests in the design of international trials and develop concepts into proposals.

Your medical knowledge and experience are the keys to your success in this Associate Head of Medical Affairs role. You will be medically qualified and registered with the General Medical Council. You will also have both clinical experience of treating patients in the NHS and Medical Affairs experience within the pharmaceutical industry. Combining your clinical understanding and commercial acumen you will enable you to identify ways to position and market products and to advise on the design of clinical trials.

If you’re interested in finding out more about Associate Head of Medical Affairs role please contact Ben Traies on 01438 870021 or email btraies@ckmedics.com.

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Here at CK Clinical, we pride ourselves on our honest and supportive approach. Our team of specialist recruiters and career consultants are here to help you achieve your career ambitions within the clinical and pharmaceutical industry. We can actively offer you careers advice, help with writing your CV, assistance with your interview preparation and provide you with up to date information about the industry.

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Medical Information Advisor job in Luton

Our client, one of the world’s leading pharmaceutical companies, is currently looking for a Medical Information Advisor to join their team based in Luton in Bedfordshire, UK.

Working as a Medical Information Advisor you will provide a high quality, comprehensive, technical and scientific information service for external customers on the product range, supporting and enhancing the safe and effective use of products, enabling customers to make informed decisions about the product range.

Further responsibilities of this Medical Information Advisor role will include:

  • Provide a first line technical and scientific information service to external customers in line with company and industry standards
  • Liaise with the European Medical Information Advisers or Medical Affairs Scientists on enquiries requiring specialist support
  • To be aware of and pass on product and issue focused commercial feedback on products to key internal groups.
  • Ensure Medical Information activities are in line and comply with the ABPI Code of Practice.
  • Responsible for handling all enquiries, in particular adverse event reports and pregnancy reports, in line with local and global procedures and systems.
  • Responsible for the management of Product Quality complaints in line with local and global procedures and systems (GCM) and highlight major quality incidents to the Head of Regulatory Affairs and Medical Information & Patient Safety Manager.
  • Partake in project work as directed by Medical Information & Patient Safety Manager.

The successful applicant for this Medical Information Advisor role will have a Life Sciences Degree and will have experience of working in the pharmaceutical or healthcare industry in a Medical Information role. You will be an effective communicator and be able to work on your own initiative as well as being part of a cross functional team.

This is a fantastic opportunity for the right candidate to develop their career with one of the world’s leading pharmaceutical companies.

If you would like more information about this Medical Information Advisor role, please contact Hendre Moolman on 01438 743 047 or email hmoolman@ckclinical.co.uk.

 

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Here at CK Clinical, we pride ourselves on our honest and supportive approach. Our team of specialist recruiters and career consultants are here to help you achieve your career ambitions within the clinical and pharmaceutical industry. We can actively offer you careers advice, help with writing your CV, assistance with your interview preparation and provide you with up to date information about the industry.

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