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Medical Science Liaison – Oncology - Medical Affairs – Best in Class product

Company: Barrington James Clinical
Location: Switzerland
Reference: cs med
Closing Date: 08 Feb 18
Type: Full Time
Salary (£): 100,000+

Job Summary:

My client is a top 10 global pharmaceutical company who are looking to bring on an experienced Oncology professional as a Medical Science Liaison. You will have the opportunity to work with a "best in class" Oncology product and meet with medical experts to give information on this product. This is a great opportunity for someone with Oncology experience within the industry to become an MSL!


Key responsibilities:
Travel around Switzerland

  • Meet with KOL's and medical experts
  • Represent the company at conferences and congresses
  • Influence on the medical affairs strategy

Key requirements:
MSc, BSc, or PhD Qualified

  • MUST HAVE Oncology experience
  • MUST HAVE industry experience
  • MUST speak German
  • Willing to travel

This is a rare opportunity where you will be trained up into an MSL position. As you can imagine there has been huge volume of interest so I advise to send your CV without delay.

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 or call 0441293776644.


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