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Medical Affairs Research Project Manager

Company: Hobson Prior
Location: Hertfordshire
Reference: EJ436624
Closing Date: 22 Dec 16
Type: Permanent
Salary (£): On Application
Benefits:

Job Summary:

Our client, a leading pharmaceutical organisation, is seeking a Medical Affairs Research Project Manager to join their team.

Requirements:

Our client, a leading pharmaceutical organisation, is seeking a Medical Affairs Research Project Manager to join their team.

Key responsibilities will include:

Ensuring investigator initiated studies are run effectively according to budget and timelines
Collaborate with both internal and external stakeholders to facilitate Early Access to Medicines Schemes
Provide expertise and support to healthcare and medical affairs teams on the planning, conduct and reporting of studies
Make ethics/MHRA submissions as necessary

Skills and Qualification:

Ideally three years experience working in a Clinical Project Management role and experience across phase II-IV studies

Contact:

Please apply for the role of Medical Affairs Research Project Manager using the form below, or get in contact for more information.

Apply for this job: Medical Affairs Research Project Manager

Contact Information:

Address:  Hobson Prior International Ltd
Wellington Gate
7-9 Church Rd.
Tunbridge Wells
kent
TN1 1HT
England
Tel:  01892 612 612
Fax:  01892 612 613
Website:  Visit Our Web Site

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