Medical Director Oncology\Hematology (m/w/x) (Mannheim)

Location
Germany, Berlin / Baden-Württemberg, Mannheim (68159), Germany
Salary
£72288.80 - £144577.60 per annum + bonus
Posted
26 Apr 2021
Closes
10 May 2021
Ref
OL19112020
Contact
Olivia Lewis
Discipline
Medical Affairs
Hours
Full Time
Contract Type
Permanent
Experience Level
Experienced (non-manager)

Medical Director Oncology/Hematology (m/w/x)

i-Pharm Consulting is currently partnered with a leading international CRO and they are currently in search of a Medical Director Oncology\Hematology to join their Mannheim or Berlin offices. The Medical Director Oncology\Hematology will act as the lead regarding all medical input from a medical perspective for the full lifecycle of all products and projects related to Oncology and Hematology . The Medical Director will play a pivotal role in regards to business and project management. Alongside Business Development the Medical Director is a key contributor in raising the business profile to ensure that the firm is the preferred partner clients with support on their projects. As well as sharing your vast medical expertise at investigator meetings, kick-off meetings, and client face-to-face meetings other responsibilities will include but will not be limited to:



Responsibilities:



Stakeholder management:

    Build and develop relationships with clients, and engage in stakeholder management throughout the entire product life cycle.

    Maintaining a consultative relationship with clients

    Liaising with regulators, KOLs, senior management and clients



Clinical:

    Providing input on the creation of protocols and other study related documents

    Monitoring and overseeing clinical trials. The Medical Director must take a hands on approach towards clinical trials Phase I-III, and engagement in medical monitoring Developing and training external project teams at firm

    Reviewing medical data on the indication, inclusion / exclusion criteria and other medical issues to ensure our overall project deliverables are achieved and patient safety prioritised

    Collaborating with our Drug Safety teams to evaluate Serious Adverse Events and to develop Safety Management Plans, Pharmacovigilance Plans and Risk Management Plans

Qualifications

  • Medical Doctor with license with practice in Germany. Ideally candidates should be a Board Certified Oncologist, if not Board Certified Oncologist, they must have extensive experience with oncology clinical trials in either a CRO or other medical settings.

    Experience writing clinical study reports, poster presentations, and manuscripts for publication in a scientific journal is preferable

    Experience in Clinical Trials Phases II-III

    Industry experience in either a CRO or as an Investigator

    Strong desire to work on a global level

  • Fluent English is a MUST, German language skills are ideal




Benefits

    Competitive salary and bonus system 30+ plus days of vacation Travel cost reimbursement And more !

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