MEDICAL SCIENCE LIAISON - LEADING COMPANY - NORTH ENGLAND/ SCOTLAND
This innovative and ambitious research based pharmaceutical group have built their success on diversity, reputation and sheer passion for what they do.
We are looking to recruit a high calibre individual to join our Medical Liaison Team. This is an exciting opportunity for you to combine your scientific background, clinical expertise with your flair for communication and relationship building.
Reporting to the MSL Team Leader, you will be part of a broader head office based Medical Communications team, responding to requests from healthcare professionals for medical/scientific information. The information provided maybe within the category of legitimate exchange of information during the development of a new medicine or within the terms of a future marketing authorisation.
You will manage the important liaison between the healthcare professional and the relevant internal functions, exploring and identifying opportunities for building partnerships that benefit both parties. Experience in Therapy Area Expert development is therefore highly desirable.
Being field based you will also provide support to Country Clinical Operations, supporting phase II - IV studies, whilst at all times adhering to ICH-GCP.
To be successful in this role you will have a postgraduate life sciences degree and/or proven experience of working in a clinical or scientific role within the pharmaceutical industry or the NHS. You will also have a sound understanding of the NHS and the ABPI Code of Practice. Experience in the haematology disease area is highly desirable as is prior experience of the MSL role.
You will be skilled at understanding, analysing and interpreting data from clinical trials. Your knack for concisely conveying some complex concepts, combined with your excellent presentation skills will enable you to translate and communicate that data.
Your positive and proactive approach combined with excellent communication and inter-personal skills will enable you to build and sustain partnerships in your locality.
Planning and project management skills, combined with time management skills, will allow you to optimise and prioritise activities in order to deliver the most efficient service to your healthcare professionals.
Please apply online or call CHASE on 0131 553 6644