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Director of Medical Affairs UK & N.Europe, direct reports, matrix, basic, car and bonus extras

Company: Barrington James Clinical
Location: United Kingdom
Reference: cs med
Closing Date: 09 Sep 17
Type: Full Time
Salary (£): 100,000+
Benefits:

Job Summary:

This position offers: Line management and influence across portfolio’s Chance to move out of country European Medical Affairs Product pipeline really fantastic, a number of launches 2015, 2016 A 6 figure basic salary, Super package Expected Promotion to European Director with 18 months across extensive European line management over ALL portfolios

Requirements:

The main purpose of your role as Head of Medical Affairs will be to:
- Ensure that the best patient outcomes in the UK are achieved through development and delivery of Medical plans across a broad therapeutic portfolio.
- You will be responsible to lead or contribute to regional or medical affairs projects.

Further responsibilities will include:
- Head of Medical Affairs will be accountable for pan Directorate goals. 
- Ensure the highest level of quality and medical/scientific rigour, as well as deputising for the Medical Director. 
- You will take the lead the on Medical strategy overarching between therapeutic area (Integrated Franchise Team) portfolios, interact with patient groups and drive and increase innovation to improve outcomes for patients.
- You will act as a final ABPI signatory and final arbiter on promotional material and activities within portfolio.
- You will identify gaps in Medical plans to support NICE and other applications for patient access to funded medicines and act as the NICE dossier pre-final signatory for portfolio submissions. 
- You will establish effective relationships with Regulatory, Reimbursement and other national authorities to achieve registration of and access to products and approval of clinical trial applications.

In order to be considered for this role, you will be required to have the following qualifications, skills and experience:
- You will need a medical degree and license to practice with a higher degree and/or specialist accreditation desirable. 
- Practical experience of clinical medicine and extensive experience in the medical function of the biotechnology/pharmaceutical industry, 
- Demonstrate inspirational leadership to maximise synergies and avoid duplication across Head of Medical Affairs portfolios. 
- The role requires a deep understanding of medical and strategic aspects of all drug development stages, including supported and non-interventional studies, as well as comprehensive knowledge of ICH GCP, safety reporting and process. 
- You will have comprehensive awareness of national codes of practice, including laws and guidelines on promotional activity, familiarity with the local medical environment and healthcare system and the disease areas set as a priority for the company.

Want to find out more and APPLY NOW?

To find out more about this and other exciting opportunities based in the UK and Europe then please contact Christopher Swain now for an informal and confidential chat about industry possibilities. Send your C.V. to cswain@barringtonjames.com or call 0441293776644.

 

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Victoria House Consort Way Horley Surrey
RH6 7AF
England
Tel:  01293 776644
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