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Medical Affairs Manager

Our Client is a highly respected pharmaceutical company, well established outside of the UK, but now beginning to establish its own corporate presence in the UK.   In doing so, it will take over the commercialisation of a range of existing products and then quickly follow-up by launching a number of exciting new products within the same overall therapeutic area.

One of the UK company’s first priorities is to appoint a Medical Affairs Manager – a position reporting (jointly) through to the European Medical Director and to the newly appointed UK Managing Director.

The role will be one that works closely with Key Opinion Leaders (KOL’s) as well as with internal colleagues such as Sales, Marketing, Clinical Development and fellow Medical Affairs functions across Europe.   Within the UK, there will be one MSL reporting to the Medical Affairs Manager.

The successful candidate will also be the final medical signatory ensuring all company promotional and non-promotional material complies with the ABPI Code of Practice.

This is an excellent and exciting opportunity in an ambitious company. The contribution to be made will be highly visible and of critical importance.

Candidates must be medically qualified, have excellent inter-personal skills and be of high-energy. The opportunity will appeal to those individuals who are looking to join what will, in the UK, be a young and small organisation, but one that is looking to grow quickly. One can anticipate good opportunities for both personal and career development.

If this opportunity is a good fit with your own areas of experience and expertise, please make contact with Geoff Newman (Interea) as soon as possible.

 




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