Reference Number: JO-2101-461001
Medical Advisor – Radiology
Job Type: Permanent
Senior Medical Adviser
Oncology OR Radiology
Key tasks and responsibilities:
To assist in the formulation and planning of UK strategy for life cycle management of specified marketed products.
Accountability for agreement of Country Medical Affairs Plan with Global medical Affairs, and delivering plan in designated therapy area(s)
To contribute to the design and conduct of ICDP, ICMP and domestic clinical trials conducted in the UK
To assist in the prioritisation of projects. To act as a first point of contact between R&D and commercial function at UK and Global level.
To provide medical support for local and international regulatory activities.
To provide clinical leadership in obtaining health technology approvals for products, in partnership with Health Economics and Outcomes Research.
To assist in issue management for products, including media contact where needed
To assist with planning and management of IIR/Registries and other Phase IV studies as appropriate
To identify and tackle obstacles and problems in projects and studies.
To liaise closely with key opinion leaders and investigators to solve problems
Work to schedules and negotiate necessary changes in line with compliance, commercial, regulatory and development needs.
Manage and assess information to provide high level technical and medical input into strategic and tactical planning.
Be aware of sources and methods of managing data.
To be lead author of final reports for clinical studies and to manage the subsequent investigator publication of multinational and domestic clinical studies.
To author publications where necessary in line with Bayer Global Publications Policy.
To provide appropriate medical advice on marketed products and clinical trials for investigators, prescribers, pharmacists and members of the public outside normal office hours.
To make (and maintain) contact with investigators and key opinion leaders. Ascertain customer needs, delivers within time frames.
To develop, approve and deliver Sales Force training as required.
To liaise as required with patient groups, in line with appropriate regulations and SOPs.
Continuous Learning/Knowledge Attendance at local, Global and International strategic planning meetings as appropriate. Attendance at international conferences. Attendance of other symposia and training courses.
Using literature and other media to gain necessary background and current expertise. Able to become familiar with varying therapeutic areas according to need.
To keep updated on ICH-GCP, ABPI Code of Practice including allied issues.
Who you are
Fully GMC registered medical practitioner with a minimum of 2 years post-Registration
– First to industry Physician with a background in Oncology or Radiology
Proactive team member, able to delegate tasks in a timely and appropriate manner within the team.
Works effectively within, and lead a variety of medical, cross-functional and ad-hoc teams at local, national and global levels.
To be able to identify and respond positively to changing customer and organisational needs.
For more information and to apply please contact Jon Phillips on 01189 522 799 or Jon.Phillips@cpl.com