In this position you will work very closely with distributors and will give you a more varied and interesting role than in some pharmaceutical companies as you take on a range of MSL activities. You will be working in a rare therapy area giving you a unique challenge to approach and map KOL''s in the region and this will give the opportunity to work on disease states that have a serious effect on a relatively small number. Our client is one with a reputation that is getting only stronger and stronger therefore giving you a great opportunity to use the experience in the role to move up in your career.
This position will involve sourcing and building good, professional working relationships with physicians and KOL''s, developing and implement patient screening activities help diagnosed patients and obtaining prior approval from the appropriate ethics committee. Following up the patient screening projects and periodically report to the Medical Director.Organiizing Working Groups to increase disease awareness. Working with local medical representative teams to deliver high quality scientific presentations and provide trainings to a varied audience. The position will be for 12 months but with a strong chance for re-extending, around 80% travel is expected (field based role)
Our client is looking for a A bioscience degree or similar qualification is required for MSA position, with a background in clinical research or medical affairs with a minimum of 3 years experience and around 5 years experience working in a distributor supporting an international Biotech / Pharma company.
This is a position that is looking to be filled as soon as possible so for a confidential discussion about this position, or any other positions we have available, please contact Dominic Roberts Medical Communications Recruiter by e-mail on firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephone on +44(0)207 940 2105.