Pharmaceutical job of the week: 11/04/2016

This week’s pharmaceutical job of the week is a Senior Pharmacovigilance Officer job. This job has been chosen as:

  • A new opportunity has arisen to join a company in the pharmaceutical industry at their site based in Guildford on a permanent basis.
  • This organisation is a global integrated healthcare leader focused on patients’ needs.
  • Offering a competitive salary £30,000 – £40,000 along with excellent benefits.
  • An ideal candidate must have extensive work experience in Drug Safety or pharmacovigilance.
  • The main purpose of the role is to assist the Manager in the preparation and maintenance of documentation including management of clinical or post authorisation study activities, patient support programmes, digital programmes and or Market research programmes in relation to pharmacovigilance activities.

Find out more about this pharmacovigilance job here

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Pharmaceutical jobs of the week: 31/03/2016

This week’s pharmaceutical job of the week is an Director, Diagnostic Expert. This job has been chosen because it is:

  • With one of the world’s leading pharmaceutical companies. A business that is focused on providing innovative, effective medicines that make a real difference in important areas of healthcare.
  • Located in either Cambridge, UK or Boston, USA
  • Offering excellent salary and benefits package
  • A chance to join a world leading team developing new technologies

Find out more about this clinical job here

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Pharmaceutical jobs of the week: 12/11/2015

Here are our latest pharmaceutical jobs in this week: 12/11/2015:

 

Sales and marketing jobs:

Communications Manager – EMEA – Hertfordshire

 

Clinical operations jobs

Clinical Project Manager – North West

Global Clinical Project Manager – Home based, anywhere

Patient Recruitment Manager – Hertfordshire

Biometrics jobs:

Clinical Programmer – Hertfordshire

Principal Programmer – Uxbridge

Clinical Data Management, Manager – Cambridge/Uxbridge

Senior Principal Statistical Programmer– Germany

 

PV and medical affairs jobs: 

Head of Metrics Governance and Risk Monitoring – Hertfordshire

Medical Affairs Manager – EMEA – Hertfordshire

Senior Medical Education Manager – Buckinghamshire

 

Regulatory affairs jobs:

Medical Information & Patient Safety Specialist – Bedfordshire

 

 

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What is Clinical Operations?

Are you looking to embark on a new career or maybe you are exploring the idea of a career change? If you have a background in life sciences or even chemicals and are looking for a rewarding career then the clinical operations sector could be perfect for you. As part of our 4 part series “fancy a career in clinical operations”, we will be releasing articles about this sector and the following article explains what clinical operations is:

Clinical trials require operational management and thus require key individuals to coordinate the project or particular phase of the drug development process.  These positions range from administrative roles or Clinical Trial Administrators, supporting the day to day activities for the trial, field-based monitors or Clinical Research Associates who travel to different Clinical Research Units to ensure the trial is running correctly, Clinical Study/Project Managers who manage the teams or running of the trial (usually on a region or global level)  to Directorship roles within clinical operations where the person will have sole responsibility of a trial.

Operational roles tend to focus on the smooth running of the clinical trial in accordance with trial protocol, GCP and ICH guidelines and the people tasked with these roles are measured based on whether the trial is on schedule and patient recruitment numbers are at required levels.  Operational jobs require individuals to be able to converse and liaise with key opinion leaders in the drug development process and thus require incumbents to have strong communication and influencing skills.

Clinical operations is a highly important part of the drug development process and encompasses the whole clinical trial process from phases I-IV.  This part of the process requires expertise, accuracy and speed, as it is essential for a drug to get to market as soon as possible in order for the pharmaceutical company to receive a return on their initial investment.  People working in clinical operations are usually paid very good remuneration due to the importance of their role and the responsibility it carries.  The jobs they work in, tend to be contractual due to the nature of the work, but there are permanent positions available also as companies will transfer their workforce from one project to another.

 

Find out more information here and read the next in the series here.

 

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Pharmaceutical jobs of the week: 21/05/2015

Here are our latest pharmaceutical jobs in this week 21/05/2015:

 

PV & drug safety jobs:

Senior PV Associate – Hertfordshire

Medical Advisor – Physician – Middlesex

Senior Business Development Manager – Oncology – Hertfordshire

 

Clinical development and clinical operation jobs:

Director, Diagnostic Expert – Cambridgeshire

Pharmacy Clinical Administrator – North West

Associate Clinical Trial Manager – South West

Interim Head of Research Nursing – London

Biosample Operations Manager – Hertfordshire

Clinical Research Study Manager – Greater London

 

Biometrics jobs:

Contract Statistician – Leeds

Principal Statistician – Hertfordshire

 

Regulatory affairs jobs:

Regulatory Associate – Middlesex

 

Search our other pharmaceutical roles here

 

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CK to attend DIA

CK will be exhibiting at the DIA’s 27th Annual Euro Meeting 2015 in Paris next week, from 13th – 15th April.

The theme of this 3 day meeting this year will be “Development, Innovation, Access and Patient Safety” and the main subject will be “Advancing innovation to combat the global burden of disease: A call to action”

This annual meeting will provide attendees with the newest updates in healthcare, innovation and best practice procedures across the entire drug development process, enabling patients to get optimum healthcare.  This event also enables individuals to debate the issues across the entire drug development value chain during the conference and find solutions within the exhibition with 2500+ other cross functional thought leaders.

The keynote speakers at this event will be

  • Olivier Charmeil, Executive Vice President Vaccines, Sanofi, France
  • Andrew Morris, Professor, University of Edinburgh, Chairman and Centre Director, Farr Institute, UK

The DIA has made short videos where the theme leaders present the subjects they are hosting at the the event – watch them here

If you would like to find out more about the schedule for DIA – click here

CK Clinical are very pleased to be exhibiting at the event again so please come and visit us at stand number  2.A11,  If you would like to arrange a meeting with us or a brief chat, contact Jim Gleeson on 01438 743 047 or email jgleeson@ckclinical.co.uk

 

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Pharmaceutical jobs of the week: 26/03/2015

Here are our latest pharmaceutical jobs in this week, 26/03/2015:

 

Regulatory affairs jobs:

Regulatory Affairs Specialist – Hertfordshire

Senior Regulatory Associate – Hertfordshire

Senior Regulatory Associate – Contract – Hertfordshire

Regulatory Affairs Specialist – Hertfordshire

Regulatory Executive – Middlesex

Sales and marketing jobs:

Key Account Executive – South East

Clinical operation jobs:

Clinical Research Associate II/ III – Oncology – Germany

Clinical Research Associate II- Cardiovascular – Yorkshire

Clinical Project Manager – East Anglia

Clinical Research Associate – East Anglia

Clinical Study Planning Manager – Cambridgeshire

Biometrics jobs:

Principal Programmer – Hertfordshire

 

If this role is not quite right for you, search our other science jobs here

 

 

 

 

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Pharma jobs of the week: 19/03/2015

Here are our latest pharmaceutical jobs of the week 19/03/2015:

 

Clinical operations jobs:

Clinical Project Manager – East Anglia

Clinical Research Associate – East Anglia

Clinical Study Planning Manager – Cambridgeshire

Patient Recruitment Administrator – Hertfordshire

Associate Supplier Governance – Cambridgeshire

 

Regulatory affairs jobs:

Regulatory Executive – Middlesex

Regulatory Conformance Officer – Surrey

 

PV and medical affairs jobs:

Director – Medical Affairs – London

 

If these jobs are not quite right for you, search our other pharmaceutical jobs here

 

 

 

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Pharmaceutical Jobs of the Week: 22/01/2015

Here are our latest pharmaceutical jobs in this week 22/01/15:

 

Marketing and sales jobs:

Commercial Marketing Manager – Surrey

 

PV & Medical Information jobs:

Medical Information Associate – Danish Speaking – Surrey

Project Coordinator (PSMF) – Berkshire

Senior Clinical Pharmacology Scientist, Sweden

Safety Scientist – Switzerland

 

Clinical Operations jobs:

Senior Associate Study Management – Uxbridge

Clinical Operations Project Manager – South East

Clinical Research Associate – Field based – Homebased

Principal Scientist, Modelling & Simulation – Sweden

Clinical Pricing Associate – Cambridge

 

Regulatory Affairs jobs:

Regulatory Affairs Specialist – Inverness

 

 

If these pharmaceutical jobs are not the ones for you,search our other jobs here

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