I am partnered with a world-leading healthcare intelligence and clinical research organisation (CRO), who are looking for a Medical Advisor to be sent to work as a consultant for one of their large pharmaceutical clients.
With an extensive pipeline in with some indications licensed in cardiovascular and diabetes, the sponsor is looking to widen their Biopharm function in Haemophilia, sickle cell disease, growth hormone disorders, rare endocrine and rare blood disorders.
If you are an aspiring medical affairs professional with experience in rare disease, looking for your next challenge, read on further...
- Identify and map KOLs, investigators and research centres within the relevant therapy areas
- Establishes relationships with key groups of specialists, external experts to expand research opportunities for the sponsor and develops, at local level, advisory, collaborative and/or educational activities aligned to the strategy
- Collaborate closely with clinical operations teams during feasibility and allocation process
- Identify and engage with relevant patient advocacy groups and investigate areas of mutual interest and potential collaboration
- Discuss relevant early development data with external medical and scientific experts optimizing the feasibility process for the clinical trial conduct
- Identify and regularly engage with clinical experts in relevant TAs to obtain guidance relevant to clinical trial execution
- Act as subject matter expert within relevant TAs
- Support ad hoc requests by providing scientific and medical responses to requests from KOLs, HCPs, site staff, clinical operations staff and other stakeholders in a timely manner
- Contribute to delivering successful clinical trials (phase I-IV) in collaboration with clinical operations
- Provides comprehensive expertise and guidance in the Therapeutic Area and local constrains strategies on a medical nature to set up clinical study
- Contribute to scientific retention and recruitment (SRR) activities at local level
- Support process on Investigator Sponsored studies by contributing to evaluation of proposals and ensuring follow-up after approval in close collaboration with local Medical Affairs team
- Provide timely guidance and internal training by supporting training creation and delivering training to clinical staff
- Serve as the reference person for medical input and support to the local operations
Qualifications & Experience
- ≥3 years of clinical or pharmaceutical industry experience
- Hands-on experience in clinical trials
- Solid experience with human healthcare research either from university or pharmaceutical industry
- Expert in Hemophilia and other rare blood disorders plus Growth Hormone and other rare endocrine disorders
- Fluency in English and Danish
Following your application Mollie Laurens-Chalmers, a specialist Pharmaceutical Recruiter, will discuss the opportunity with you in detail. She will be more than happy to answer any questions relating to the position and company, plus put a focus on career growth. The conversation can also progress further to discussing other opportunities, which are also available right now or will be imminently becoming available on the Medical Team here at Barrington James.
This position has been highly popular, and it is likely that it will close prematurely. We recommend applying as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.
Please click ‘apply’ or contact Mollie Laurens-Chalmers for any further information
Medical Recruitment Resourcer
Email: MLChalmers (at) barringtonjames.com
Call +44 1293776644