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East Germany - Senior Medical Science Liaison MSL – Oncology

Company: Barrington James Clinical
Location: Field Based
Reference: ST- Pre market MSL
Closing Date: 28 Feb 18
Type: Permanent
Salary (£): Competitive
Benefits: Competitive

Job Summary:

East Germany - Senior Medical Science Liaison MSL – Oncology

Requirements:

We have an exciting opportunity available as a Senior Medical Science Liaison MSL at an innovative biopharmaceutical company covering the East of Germany. This is a fantastic opportunity for an existing MSL to enter into an exciting company with an industry leading pipeline in Oncology.

 

Role Details

Responsible for brand new Oncology product

Home based

Impressive company pipeline and future plans

Role progression guaranteed

Senior Manager Status in company

 

Candidate Requirements

Experience as MSL

Existing network in East Germany

Knowledge of Oncology field (ideal) or potentially similar area etc. Haematology, Immunology, Women’s Health or Gynaecology.

 

This opportunity has understandably been incredibly popular. We encourage all interested candidates to apply without delay as it is likely that recruitment will close prematurely. Please direct all questions (if necessary) to “Simon” at strebilcock (at) barringtonjames (dot) com alongside a copy of your CV.

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Contact Information:

Address:  Head Office
Victoria House Consort Way Horley Surrey
RH6 7AF
England
Tel:  01293 776644
Fax:  01293 822333
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