Medical Advisor - Clinical Research Physician
- Experience Level
- Experienced (non-manager)
Clinical Research Physician
Type: Permanent with flexible working or part time options available
I am working with a highly coveted institute within the Oncology space looking to add an experienced GMC registered Physician with extensive Oncology experience to their team.
This role is working with therapy area renowned Physicians to change the lives of Cancer Patients. They operate in a friendly and collaborative environment with one clear goal in mind.
They will welcome Physicians from anywhere in the UK as you will predominately working remotely however will be expected to travel to their main site in East London as required.
To be successful in this role you need:
Current Registration with the General Medical Council to practice medicine in the UK.
Membership of the Royal College of Medicine or equivalent.
Experience of working on Phase I and/or Phase II studies in oncology, gained either through working as an investigator/co-investigator on oncology trials or as a Medical Advisor/Monitor with direct responsibility for oncology trials.
Working knowledge of UK and EU clinical trial regulations.
This role would suit a passionate Oncology expert who has gained considerable experience in Oncology from the NHS and an academic clinical trial setting, looking to further their Oncology experience within one of the most well-respected organisations working in the Cancer space
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Contact/How to Learn More:
We are shortlisting for this role and would love to hear from you. If you are would like to learn more or arrange an exploratory call, email me today at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Medical Division at Cpl Life Sciences (previously Only Medics/Clinical Professionals) is a specialist division that focuses exclusively on recruitment of Medical Affairs, Clinical Development & Pharmacovigilance for pharmaceutical companies, biotechnology companies, Clinical Research Organisations (CROs) and Regulatory Authorities.