Medical Science Liaison Jobs in London, North West England, or North England

Hendre Moolman at CK Clinical is recruiting for three Medical Science Liaisons to join a global pharmaceutical company in a permanent field based role in either London, North West England, or North England.

 

 

Medical Science Liaison Job Description

As a Medical Science Liaison the main purpose of your role will be to build partnerships with external healthcare professionals, to communicate evidence based critical scientific, technical and development issues relating to company products/compounds and the therapeutic areas they relate to.

 

Further responsibilities of this Medical Science Liaison position will include:

 

  • Development of partnerships with investigators, opinion leaders and healthcare professionals scientific, evidence based communication and education
  • Clinical trial activities
  • Investigator-initiated studies (IITs)
  • Scientific projects & research
  • Publications (abstracts, posters, case studies and peer reviewed papers)
  • Scientific support to marketing teams and their programmes,
  • Input and/or attendance at medical educational programmes, advisory boards, training

 

As a Medical Science Liaison you will have the following qualifications, skills and experience

  • BSc (Hons) and significant medical/clinical experience
  • PhD, MRPharmS, MB BS, MB ChB (desirable)
  • Possesses a scientific qualification with significant medical/clinical experience
  • The ability to understand, process, communicate and present scientific information to a high standard
  • Possess excellent presentation skills
  • External customer focus with strong networking capabilities and integration with KOLs
  • Minimum 2 years pharmaceutical industry experience preferable.
  • Understanding of clinical development and Good Clinical Research Practice is preferable
  • Excellent influencing, networking, presentation and communication skills and a proven track record of team cross-functional team working
  • Ability to manage multiple projects and adapt priorities according to business and strategic needs.
  • The highest ethical standards, with a working knowledge of relevant clinical regulations and industry standards including  Good Clinical Research Practice, and ABPI Code of Practice

 

 

Additional Information:

As Medical Science Liaison you will be joining a global pharmaceutical company based in Surrey.

  • You will be working with a global company with a strong pipeline in variety of therapy areas
  • You will have the option of a car or car allowance
  • The position will have a very good bonus linked to it
  • Training and development is a priority for the company

 

How to Apply:

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Hendre Moolman - Medical Science Liaison Recruitment at CK Clinical

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For more information or to apply for this Medical Science Liaison position please contact Hendre Moolman on +44 (0)1438 842 970 or email hmoolman@ckclinical.co.uk. Please quote reference CL24705 in all correspondence.

 

 

 

 

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Senior Medical Information Officer Job – Hertfordshire

Hendre Moolman at CK Clinical is currently recruiting for a Senior Medical Information Officer to join an incredibly successful pharmaceutical company based in Hertfordshire, UK.

Senior Medical Information Officer Job Description

Within this Senior Medical Information role, you will supply medical information in response to internal and external customer enquiries. Your role will also require you to provide specialist product knowledge to the Business as a whole thereby further contributing to the success of the company. The therapeutic is in Neurology, with previous experience in this field advantageous, but not essential.

Key responsibilities:

  • Act as a therapy area expert and provide a quality first line medical information service to the UK and Ireland and expert second line support for affiliates across Europe
  • Provide a quality information service on company products to internal stakeholders
  • Promote the safe and effective use of company products by ensuring accurate, balanced and current information is available and provided as appropriate to our customers and other departments
  • Respond to queries from the European Country Affiliates and also direct requests from HCPs / consumers across UK & Ireland
  • Responding to AE reports/product complaints and queries and ensuring reports are passed to Pharmacovigilance/Quality Operations as required. Log and maintain appropriate records
  • Identify and organising clinical information on product, competitors and therapeutic area
  • Analyse and evaluating clinical trial results, summarising the key points and advise Marketing teams on their use
  • Supporting Marketing and Medical Affairs through thorough copy approval and reference checking for core marketing materials. Checking information content and compliance with ABPI / EFPIA Codes of Practice.
  • Literature searching and journal scanning for products & competitors to identify key papers
  • Current awareness and provision of bulletins to relevant company staff
  • Prepare centralised core training materials and presentations for Marketing and Medical Affairs on products, competitors and therapy areas
  • Delivery of scientific and technical training, where appropriate, to Sales Forces and other staff
  • Evaluating & summarising information, maintaining in-house databases and files
  • Ensure SPC, PIL data is available on EMC/IPHA/in-demand websites and communicated to relevant external parties
  • Write, approve and update Prescribing Information for use on promotional items by marketing colleagues
  • Performing literature searches for pharmacovigilance as required
  • Working cross-functionally with Marketing to meet business objectives, supporting production of core materials, and attending brand team meetings as appropriate
  • Attend external meetings and conferences to obtain information.  Compile and circulate reports where appropriate
  • Provision of an onsite Medical Information service at designated congresses
  • Keep up to date with and comply with relevant company SOPs and working practices, regulations and Codes of Practice

Qualifications, Skills and Experience:

To be considered for this Senior Medical Information Officer position, you will have the following qualifications, skills and experience:

  • Life science degree or Pharmacy degree essential
  • Pharmacists – Relevant experience in hospital clinical pharmacy or medicines information, and applicable experience in a Pharmaceutical Company Medical Information department.
  • Life Science graduates – relevant experience in a Pharmaceutical Company Medical Information department.
  • Experience in the Oncology area is advantageous although not essential.

How to apply:

 

Hendre Moolman at CK Clinical - Medical Information Recruitment UK and Europe

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For more information or to apply for this Senior Medical Information Officer position, please contact Hendre Moolman at CK Clinical on +44 ( 0)1438 870 023 or email hmoolman@ckclinical.co.uk. Please quote reference CL24340 in all correspondence.

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Senior Pharmacovigilance Executive Buckinghamshire

Hendre Moolman at CK Clinical is looking for a Senior Pharmacovigilance Executive to join a large pharmaceutical company in Buckinghamshire.

The job:

As a Senior Pharmacovigilance Executive will work within the Medical Affairs Department and report to the Medical Affairs Manager. The main focus of your role would be to maintain and develop the drug safety processes, delivering a drug safety service for the company’s UK licensed and investigational products. One of the main challenges in this role would be to coordinate multiple tasks with tight deadlines. You will have proven Drug Safety experience with a life science degree.

Key responsibilities:

As a Senior Pharmacovigilance Executive your key responsibilities will be to: 

  • Perform the activities detailed in the Pharmacovigilance Agreement between Drug Safety Department, Head Office and the UK office
  • Your duties will include handling of individual case safety reports (ICSRs), implementing the UK quality system, carrying out literature searches as required
  • You will be doing training, compliance reporting, reviewing external agreements relating to drug safety and notifying updates to company core safety information
  • Ensure the accurate entry of drug safety case data arising from spontaneous or clinical trial reports
  • Liaise with the UK Medical Information personnel (or contractors) and Clinical Research personnel, external healthcare professionals, consumers or the MHRA to obtain available drug safety case information
  • Ensure that individual and aggregated safety reports are submitted within the required timelines to the relevant recipients and that a record of reporting compliance is forwarded to the QPPV as detailed in the Pharmacovigilance Agreement
  • Keep up-to-date with changes and developments in pharmacovigilance legislation and guidelines and the company’s internal procedures
  • Ensure that drug safety processes in the UK meet the current requirements for good pharmacovigilance practice
  • Develop and deliver drug safety training programmes relevant to all UK personnel who may be in receipt of drug safety information or perform functions related to drug safety.
  • Keep a record of drug safety training carried out by UK personnel and ensure that repeat or updated training is carried out at appropriate intervals
  • Maintain electronic and paper filing and archiving system suitable for the storage of source documents relating to drug safety case records
  • Foster good relations with Drug Safety personnel at Head Office

Qualifications & Experience:

The successful candidate for this Senior Pharmacovigilance Executive role will have the following qualifications and skills:

  • Life science, Healthcare degree, Pharmacist or Nurse
  • You must be a natural team player with the personal qualities to relate well to people at all levels.
  • Proven relevant industry experience within pharmacovigilance /drug safety

How to apply:

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For more information or to apply for this Senior Pharmacovigilance Executive role please contact Hendre Moolman on 01438 870 023 or email hmoolman@ckclinical.co.uk.  Please quote reference CL24169 in all correspondence

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Lead Clinical Data Manager Job in Switzerland

Priya Mukherjee at CK Clinical is currently recruiting for a Lead Clinical Data Manager to join a medical technology company based in Switzerland on a permanent basis.

As Lead Clinical Data Manager you will:

  • Be responsible for the management of clinical data and assuring quality of data delivery. 
  • Be the liaison with internal and external business partners responsible for the development of data management systems and data cleaning activities.
  • Interact with other members of the company, including, data management support teams, statistical programmers and statisticians.
  • Take responsibility for the definition of data management related business requirements ensuring quality of data.
  • Initiate, plan, execute and manage all aspects of data management from case report form development to the final database lock.
  • Ensure the successful execution of data management elements of project plan and plan, execute and manage assigned projects of low to moderate complexity.
  • Maintain and provide project timelines and effectively communicate project status reports to all levels.

As Lead Clinical Data Manager you will have/be:

  • A  Bachelor or Masters degree in a Life Sciences, Mathematics, Statistics or Computer Science discipline (OR Equivalent).
  • Previous proven experience of working as a Clinical Data Manager for a Pharmaceutical, CRO or Biotechnology organisation.
  • Be a competent user of project management tools, spread sheets, word processing, and database applications (e.g. MicrosoftProject, Excel, MS Word).
  • Experience of analysing clinical protocol requirements and translating them into data management requirements, case report form design and working in clinical data management applications (e.g. Oracle Clinical) and report tools.

How to apply:

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To find out more about this Lead Clinical Data Manager position, please contact Priya Mukherjee at CK Clinical on +44(0)1438 870028 or email pmukherjee@ckclinical.co.uk. Please quote reference CL23729 in all correspondence.

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Therapy Area Advisor Job in Hertfordshire

Hendre Moolman at CK Clinical is recruiting for a Therapy Area Advisor to join a successful pharmaceutical company based in Hertfordshire.

Therapy Area Advisor Job Description:

As Therapy Head Advisor you will be working with the brand teams doing cop approval work. The position will focus around providing supporting data and medical writing activities. Experience in Oncology therapy area would be beneficial.

Further responsibilities of this Therapy Area Advisor position will include:

  • Support the appropriate medico-marketing teams in all areas of activity as necessary, including provision of marketing and product support e.g. Business Planning, developing promotional materials, attending meetings, inputting into NICE/SMC submissions
  • Support production of NICE/SMC submissions as required
  • In conjunction with the Medical Managers and MLMs, provides back up product support to relevant external groups when required e.g. KOLs; specialist nurse meetings
  • Provide support for product issue management e.g. assists in the production of Dear Doctor letters
  • Prioritise and reviews product specific activities to ensure the value MI brings to the business is maximised
  • Provide input into development of the Brand key messages and strategy, to sign off documentation as part of the copy approval process in a timely fashion; and to identify where breaches of ABPI code occur
  • Support development of the brand key messages and brand strategy, and use this knowledge when giving advice and approving/producing materials
  • Support copy approval by undertaking detailed, thorough and minute checking of materials – data accuracy checker including accurate references, factual assertions, typos and grammar
  • Act as the originator or approver on Zinc for MLM generated materials as necessary
  • Informs the Manager of the Therapy Area Advisors when the Active Materials list needs updating and when expired items need withdrawing from Zinc
  • Disseminate information to internal customers including the Brand teams; Healthcare Management and Medical Managers to ensure accurate up to date information is available when making business decisions
  • Design and deliver relevant training on the SPC and standard clinical data for the Training Specialists and provide other relevant training needs e.g. complex clinical data for the Sales Representatives
  • Develop in-depth knowledge on allocated products and maintain a current understanding on new developments in specific therapy area(s)
  • Communicate information to the Medical Information Specialist and Medical Information Quality, Training and Effectiveness Manager
  • Evaluate and adapts any training sessions as necessary to facilitate transfer of learning to the workplace
  • Provide regular updates to the relevant Medical Information Specialist regarding for instance marketing activities; brand strategies and key messages to support the production of up to date Medical Responses/Standard letters
  • Provide back up support to the Medical Information Specialist team when required for the production of medical responses
  • Feed back to the Medical Information Quality, Training and Effectiveness Manager any quality; process or training issues; implements initiatives cascaded down and takes part in quality measures/relevant training
  • All staff to take personal responsibility for ensuring that they maintain high ethical standards in all that they do, and that they comply with all applicable laws, regulations, industry codes and internal policies and procedures

 

As Therapy Area Advisor, you will have the following qualifications, skills and experience:

  • Life Science Degree or higher post graduate qualification
  • Previous Medical Information/Therapy Experience
  • Good written and verbal communication
  • Ability to prioritise workloads and to negotiate and meet deadlines
  • Customer focused
  • Team player
  • Flexible approach

 

How to apply:

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To find out more or apply, please contact Hendre Moolman at CK Clinical on 01438 870 023 or email hmoolman@ckclinical.co.uk. Please quote reference CL23673 in all correspondence.

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Senior Medical Affairs Officer Job in Surrey

Hendre Moolman is recruiting for a Senior Medical Affairs Officer to join a leading Pharmaceutical company based in Surrey.

Senior Medical Affairs Officer Job Description:

As Senior Medical Affairs Officer, you will be responsible for the provision of a medical information service to internal customers and to external contacts. You will also support the sales, marketing and regulatory teams in United Kingdom by providing medical evaluation and information in all activities to ensure targets are met and to ensure compliance. Additional responsibilities include providing back up for drug safety activities.

 

Further responsibilities of this Senior Medical Affairs Officer role include:

  • Accountable for the effective management and continuous development of UK Medical Information service.
  • Represent the UK in global Medical Affairs network (OTC).
  • Develop and maintain medical and scientific awareness of the Consumer Health product portfolio and disseminate information to internal customers.
  • Provide medical advice to support sales, marketing, and other internal departments including medical input to claims development and creative approvals and expert input to data and literature evaluation, making clear to the business the impact of any findings.
  • Ensure compliance with the relevant Codes of Practice in relation to promotional materials.
  • Act as internal and/or authorised ABPI signatory for promotional materials as appropriate.
  • Provide medical input into local PR, including review and adaptation of global PR to local needs/regulations, under the internal quality control procedures.
  • Support marketing in development of customer focused claims as well as monitoring/challenging claims made by competitors.
  • Support the local Sales and Marketing teams, producing high quality briefing and training materials and development of brands promotional and communication material.
  • Produce, update and approve prescribing information in a timely fashion and in line with relevant regulations.
  • Co-ordinate and implement timely updating of product entries in external databases, compendia and journals.
  • Act as company administrator for eMC and NHS prescription systems.
  • Advise on medical issues relating to advertising copy, patient information leaflets, summary of product characteristics, etc.
  • Process Drug Safety cases and perform follow up activities as required.
  • Be a member of the UK signal detection team.
  • Scientific evaluation of new claims and line extension possibilities presented by Global Drug Regulatory Affairs or Marketing on existing portfolio.
  • Scientific evaluation on feasibility of New Project Development presented by Global Drug Regulatory Affairs or Marketing.
  • Interface with the medical and healthcare community.
  • Develop and maintain contacts with Specialists in appropriate fields and Trade Associations to further the interests of NCH.
  • Sales force training and support across UK and ROI region.
  • Assist with the training of colleagues in the medical aspects of our business.
  • Provide company wide training in the applicable Code(s) of Practice.

Qualifications, skills and experience:

  • BSc in relevant subject or pharmacist
  • Proficiency in analysing scientific data and drawing the relevant conclusions
  • Proficiency in communication skills, how to explain complicated matters in a simple way

How to apply:

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For more information regarding this Senior Medical Affairs Officer position, please contact Hendre Moolman at CK Clinical on 01438 870 023 or email hmoolman@ckclinical.co.uk. Please quote reference CL23455 in all correspondence.

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Medical Manager Job in Hertfordshire

Hendre Moolman is recruiting for a Medical Manager to join a successful Pharmaceutical company based in Hertfordshire. This is a 12 month fixed contract position.

Medical Manager Job Description:

As Medical Manager, you work as part of the Medical Affairs team on a selected product area. Your work will include, but will not be limited to the following:

  • Developing and implementing clinical trial plans
  • Supporting the brand teams with technical expertise
  • Interpreting data for promotional activities and providing other medical support to maximise the company’s potential.

Further responsibilities of this Medical Manager position will include:

  • Responsibility for medical education program and support key pre-launch activities for new medicine
  • Creating and developing of publications, educational symposia, internal and external educational materials, with support to advisory boards, and clinician interactions
  • Researching, collating, presenting and offering expert opinion on scientific, medical and regulatory information to support both internal and external customers
  • Identify and develop strong, sustainable relationships with external Opinion Leaders to deliver both opportunity and provision to execute the product strategy
  • Developing, designing or advising on clinical trial programmes and strategic clinical issues, maximising the marketing/selling opportunity of the product at both a local and International level and ensure subsequent publications of appropriate clinical data to support portfolio
  • Managing the integrity and accuracy of scientific, medical and regulatory data communicated both internally and externally for both promotional and non-promotional purposes, including delivering appropriate training, in order to enhance the company reputation
  • Acting in expert capacity for all media, Public Affairs and external organisations requests
  • Ensuring adherence to ABPI code of practice in terms of promotional materials, behaviour and attitudes

 

As Medical Manager, you will have the following qualifications, experience or skills:

  • Post graduate qualification in Life Sciences or equivalent (e.g. PhD, MSc) or degree and specific experience for job and/or
  • Medical Degree (MBBS) or similar.
  • Pharmacist
  • Sound understanding of the ABPI Code of Practice
  • Relevant Pharmaceutical industry experience
  • Knowledge of Cardiovascular medicine
  • Experienced in presenting, data analysis and statistics, team work and communication
  • Proven track record in developing medical education programs
  • Established customer relationships within cardiovascular

 

How to apply:

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For more information or to apply for this Medical Manager position, please contact Hendre Moolman on 01438 870 023 or email hmoolman@ckclinical.co.uk. Please quote reference 23641 in all correspondence.

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Pharmacovigilance Specialist Job in Cambridgeshire

Hendre Moolman at CK Clinical is currently recruiting for a Pharmacovigilance Specialist to join a successful pharmaceutical company based in Cambridgeshire.

 

Pharmacovigilance Specialist Job Description

As Pharmacovigilance Specialist, you will be responsible for the overall coordination of serious adverse event (SAE) processes and database activities and the PVG coordination of sponsor and investigator meetings. You must maintain knowledge and understanding of SOPs and WPDs; current global regulations and ICH/local guidelines regarding clinical trials, regulatory documents and safety issues. In addition, you  will help prepare for and attend audits, kick-off and investigator meetings. The Senior Safety Specialist will act as mentor to new staff.

Further responsibilities of this Pharmacovigilance Specialist position include:

  • Set up and maintain accurate data within the SAE tracker for all assigned projects.
  • Set up and QC of data entry into safety database.
  • Prepare and submit client SAE notifications.
  • Review SAE reports for completeness, clinical consistency and agreement with source documents.
  • Identify and send SAE queries to investigator sites either directly or through CRAs.
  • Prepare Physician Assessment Form and ensure that medical monitor assessments of SAE documents are completed and distributed according to project requirements.
  • Coordinate SAE activities for assigned projects, including study start-up, maintenance and close-out activities, SAE reconciliation, budget tracking and forecasting for assigned studies.
  • Produce and maintain accurate status and metric reports for assigned projects.
  • Prepare and QC patient SAE narratives.
  • Produce accurate SAE data for reporting purposes (including regulatory reporting).
  • Prepare and submit expedited safety reports and manage the reporting process.
  • Identify project resourcing needs.
  • Promptly advise the Manager/Associate Director/Director, Pharmacovigilance of any significant safety and regulatory concerns.
  • Develop and maintain a cooperative working relationship with project team members.
  • Attend and professionally represent PVG at team meetings, client meetings, and other appropriate meetings, as required, for assigned projects.
  • QC safety-related paper documents/electronic data/database entries prepared by others.
  • SAE reconciliation – Review Data Management listings, database reports, and validation checks
  • Adhere to corporate policies, SOPs, WPDs, other guidance documents, sponsor SOPs/directives and project specific WPDs.
  • Adhere to current global regulations and ICH/local guidelines regarding clinical trials, regulatory documents, and safety issues.
  • Participate in internal training initiatives to keep up-to-date in safety regulations, processes, and company policy regarding Safety issues etc.
  • Review regulatory/pharmacovigilance publications and information sources to keep updated on current regulations, practices, procedures and proposals.
  • Prepare and give presentations to client and/or project teams.
  • Coordinate sponsor, investigator and Data Monitoring Committee (DMC) meetings.
  • Perform internal audit activities for departmental processes and procedures.
  • Assist with external audit activities.
  • Provide input to SOP/WPD generation and revisions.
  • Exercise independent judgement to manage and resolve safety issues for standard non-complex projects, including PVG coordination of sponsor and investigator meetings, with minimal supervision.
  • Develop supervisory and mentoring skills for standard SAE processing, study set-up, maintenance, close-out and narrative generation.
  • Oversee and give direction to a project group/team.

 

As Pharmacovigilance Specialist, you will have the following qualifications and experience:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Life Sciences or Nursing
  • Proven medical/clinical experience or clinical/safety experience and SAE processing experience/or clinical safety experience
  • In some cases other appropriate education and professional training, for example vocational Health Care Professional qualifications

 

How to apply:

For more information or to apply for this Pharmacovigilance Specialist position, please contact Hendre Moolman on 01438 870 023 or email hmoolman@ckclinical.co.uk. Please quote reference CL22783 in all correspondence.

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Drug Safety Associate Job based in Surrey UK

Hendre Moolman at CK Clinical is recruiting for a Drug Safety Associate to join a leading Pharmaceutical company in Surrey on a permanent basis.

Drug Safety Associate Job Description

As Drug Safety Associate you will participate in the delivery of a fully compliant pharmacovigilance system for the UK and ROI. Previous experience in Drug Safety, handling Spontaneous case reporting would be required.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Conduct all pharmacovigilance activities in compliance with regulatory guidelines and global and local SOPs
  • Receipt, processing and follow up of spontaneous adverse event reports
  • Review of medical information enquiries and quality complaints for presence of AEs
  • Processing of Argus reports received from Central DSP and onward reporting to Competent Authorities where appropriate
  • Receipt, review and onward reporting, as appropriate, to central DSP of MHRA ASPR reports
  • Reconciliation of medical enquiries, quality complaints and drug safety reports
  • Reconciliation of Medical Telephone Enquiry forms across Customer Services and Medical Affairs
  • Generation and/or completion of Monthly KPIs
  • Input into the continuous improvement of local pharmacovigilance systems including review of existing, and production of new SOPs
  • Maintenance of Summary of Pharmacovigilance Systems for NCH-UK
  • Generation of local PSURs for submission to MHRA and/or IMB
  • Generation of submission forms for global PSURs for submission to MHRA and/or IMB
  • Local literature searching
  • Local signal detection activities
  • Delivery of company wide AE training
  • Provide back up for responding to medical information enquiries
  • Develop product knowledge across NCH portfolio.
  • Deputise for Drug Safety Responsible Person as necessary
  • Handling of technical / quality complaints as necessary
  • Be nominated “Super User” of CRTS database for medical enquiries, technical (quality) complaints and drug safety reports and be responsible for the CRTS training of new starters within the department

 

As Drug Safety Associate you will have the following qualifications, skills and experience:

  • Life science or nursing graduate
  • Experience spontaneous case reporting
  • Experience with global safety databases
  • Experience using Volume 9A
  • Effective communicator both in writing and verbally
  • Excellent interpersonal skills
  • Able to operate as a flexible team player

 

How to apply:

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For more information, please contact Hendre Moolman on 01438 870 023 or email hmoolman@ckclinical.co.uk.  . Please quote reference CL23522 in all correspondence.

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Senior Medical Information and Healthcare Compliance Officer Job in Buckinghamshire

Krishna Pankhania at CK Clinical is currently recruiting for a Senior Medical Information and Healthcare Compliance Officer to join a pharmaceutical company based in Buckinghamshire. There is a permanent opportunity and a 12 month contract opportunity in the same role.

Job details:

As Senior Medical Information and Healthcare Compliance Officer position, you will be involved in the provision of Medical Information and Healthcare Compliance support to support the Company’s external and internal customers in both the UK and EAME.

Further responsibilities of this Senior Medical Information and Healthcare Compliance Officer position include:

  • Respond to medical and technical complaints in an appropriate and timely manner according to  SOPs.
  • Log enquiries onto the Medical Information database (MedInfoSys).
  • Carry out literature searches using both internal and external literature databases.
  • Ensure standard letters, frequently asked questions (FAQs) and standard literature searches are regularly reviewed, updated as necessary, or generated as required.
  • Provide therapy area lead and expert knowledge. Maintain awareness of key product and therapy area literature.
  • Undertake promotional copy approval of materials andactivities in accordance with ABPI/IPHA Codes of Practice.
  • Undertake promotional copy approval of materials and activities in accordance with European level approval processes.
  • Provide support to sales and marketing including support for brand teams and launch teams, as required.

 

Skills, experience and qualifications required:

  • Degree level preferably in pharmacy, or biological, pharmaceutical or life science.
  • UK registered pharmacist ideal but not essential.
  • Experience in the pharmaceutical industry, ideally in a Medical Information/Scientific Advisor/ Healthcare Compliance role (or similar).

 

How to apply:

For more information or to apply for this Medical Information and Healthcare Compliance position, please contact Krishna Pankhania on 01438 743 047 or email kpankhania@ckclinical.co.uk. Please quote reference CL23508 in all correspondence.

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