Medical Manager - Rare Diseases - Home Based

Job Reference: 31775_1623236913

Position: Pharmaceuticals,Executive

Start Date: ASAP

Job Type: Permanent

Employment Hours: Full-Time

Salary: Competitive Salary and Bonus

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Medical Manager - Rare Diseases - Home Based

Our client is a privately-owned Company which allows them the freedom to decide which research they invest in. They have a strong code of ethics and conduct and have a commitment to ethical and social responsibility. They have medicines within Cardiovascular, Neonatal, Transplantation, Respiratory, and have an exciting speciality pipeline.

As part of their continued development, they have created an exciting new Rare Diseases Medical Manager position available.

The role will support the Therapy Area Lead in delivering the strategic medical plan for their Rare Diseases franchise and work in collaboration to deliver operational excellence of the UK and Ireland (UKI) Medical Affairs team.

Job Purpose;

  • Support the Therapy Area Lead in developing and executing the UKI Medical Affairs plan to support phase IIIb and IV clinical trial planning
  • Management of UKI activities in Phase III & IV clinical development, including local investigator initiated studies
  • Develop and execute national advisory boards in line with the UKI Medical Affairs Plan
  • Provide support to MSL(s) to plan and execute regional advisory boards
  • Regular communication with the external medical community and relevant patient association groups to remain abreast of issues in the field and to provide medical support and direction to them and inform internal stakeholders of clinical developments
  • Provide medical support to field-based medical colleagues, including development of top tier key opinion leaders

Candidate Profile

  • A strong scientific background in medical or biological science is essential for this role, preferably a GMC registered doctor or GPhC registered pharmacist
  • Minimum of 2 years Industry experience within a medical affairs function is essential, experience of working in rare diseases is preferable
  • Understanding of UKI healthcare and market access environment and ability to partner with healthcare
  • Should be confident in communication and interpersonal skills with excellent strategic planning and organisational skills
  • Able to demonstrate previous excellent cross functional working
  • Good working knowledge of Good Clinical Practice (GCP), Pharmacovigilance laws and regulations and the ABPI Code of Practice

A Competitive Basic, Bonus and Benefits package will be offered.

To find out more please apply online or call CHASE on 0131 553 6644.

Reference number: 31775

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