Overview

Reference Number: JO-1910-440027
VP of Clinical Development
Rate: Negotiable
Job Type: Permanent
Location: United States

CPL Physicians has been retained to locate a VP of Clinical Development with an international drug discovery company with a proven track record in top global biopharmaceutical companies. We are now seeking a clinical expert to lead clinical development of innovative drug candidates in the US and globally.

RESPONSIBILITIES
Lead and drive overall clinical development in the US as well as other global markets
Be responsible for overall clinical trial design, initiation, monitoring and assessment
Interact with KOLs and oversees clinical consulting firms and CROs
Orchestrate and manage clinical aspects of regulatory strategies and interactions with Health Authorities
Make clinical and medical decisions to clinical development issues
Represent the Company to external audiences, including medical and regulatory communities, as well as pharmaceutical or biotechnology industry collaborators/partners
Work with internal and external scientific communities to seek new clinical and co-development opportunities
He or she will strategically design and implement clinical trials by working closely with KOLs, clinical CROs and consulting firms.
The candidate is required to have a medical degree with experience and track record in conducting or overseeing clinical trials.
His/her strong experience in oncology, autoimmune or metabolic disease is a plus.

QUALIFICATIONS
MD or internationally recognized equivalent
At least 5 years of experience in clinical or working in pharmaceutical/biotechnology industry as a sponsor on investigational drug candidates
Management experience in overseeing CRO clinical operations
Ability to work collaboratively and efficiently within a startup biotech environment

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