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Medical Science Liaison Oncology Position £60,000, plus car, Bonus and pension Scotland

Company: Barrington James Clinical
Location: London
Reference: cs med
Closing Date: 18 Sep 18
Type: Full Time
Salary (£): Competitive

Job Summary:

Medical Science Liaisons (MSLs) are field-based and report to the Director, Medical Sciences and function within the scope of Medical Affairs (MA). MSLs are scientifically trained professionals with strong clinical and/or scientific backgrounds who must have excellent communication skills. They are responsible for identifying, developing, and managing relationships with current and future thought leaders in academic and community practices.


The core responsibilities for the MSL are:

Exchange complex medical & scientific information
Develop significant scientific relationships with Key Opinion Leaders (KOLs) and other disease experts.
Provide medical/scientific presentations to internal & external groups.
Provide Medical Teams with feedback and insights from interactions and discussions with HCPs.
Assist with awareness of company-sponsored clinical trials and investigator-initiated trials (ISTs).
Provide support at professional meetings, including staffing exhibits, collecting competitive intelligence and developing tools that support the function.

 Job Duties/Responsibilities:  

Adhere to corporate and healthcare compliance guidance in all activities, including those related to clinical trials, scientific interactions with internal and external groups, and responses to unsolicited requests for medical/scientific information.
Maintain clinical, scientific, and technical expertise in specific therapeutic areas; review scientific journals, attend scientific and key technical meetings.
Represent the company and Medical Affairs during exchanges with the medical/scientific community.
Establish and maintain ongoing long-term collaborative peer-to-peer relationships.
Engage with assigned Cooperative Groups to support their scientific and research needs that are consistent with Pharmacyclics Medical Affairs strategy.
 Collaborate with publication planning to support development of publications and communications.
Facilitate investigator interactions with Medical Directors.
Provide clinical input and training to internal functions within regulatory guidelines.
Provide support for content development and delivery of clinical presentations at Advisory Boards.

 Education and Experience:

PharmD, PhD or RN with advanced degree preferred.
years of experience as field-based MSL, required.
8+ years of experience in industry (e.g., biotech/pharmaceutical/medical device company, Contract Research Organization), academic research, or public health
Experience with clinical research, publication activities, congress/conference and presenting scientific data
Experience functioning as a field-based employee


Training and/or knowledge of Good Clinical Practice (GCP) and global regulations
Ability to effectively build relationships and work with global medical thought leaders
Think strategically; apply knowledge and analytical skills in a highly regulated environment; and align medical and commercial strategies
Strong problem solving, decision-making, influencing, and negotiation skills.
Able to travel overnight (60%)

A competitive salary and benefits, gain more management experience, fantastic career progression, send your C.V. to or call Christopher Swain 0441293776644


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Contact Information:

Address:  Head Office
Victoria House Consort Way Horley Surrey
Tel:  01293 776644
Fax:  01293 822333
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