Medical Affairs Specialist (Hybrid) Multiple Therapeutic Areas

CK Group
£71000 - £81000 per annum
16 Nov 2020
14 Dec 2020
Sam Whyley-Smith
Contract Type
Full Time
CK Group are recruiting for a Medical Affairs Specialist (Hybrid Role - Multiple Therapeutic Areas) to join leading pharmaceutical company on a permanent basis. This role has the flexibility to be fully home based or partly/fully office based in Hertfordshire.

Medical Affairs Specialist Role:

This role will be a hybrid medical affairs position where the individual will essentially be tasked the duties of a head office based Medical Advisor/Manager and a MSL on certain projects. Projects can be across both pipeline and established products in a range of therapeutic areas including; Neurology, Haematology, Oncology, Immunology and Ophthalmology.

Responsibilities will include:
  • Contribution of scientific and clinical expertise to deliver/lead projects across strategically aligned therapy area(s), key medical affairs capabilities and partnerships with healthcare professionals and patients organisations.
  • Developing and cultivating strategic relationships with therapeutic area experts and other healthcare influencers.
  • Advising on strategic planning and prioritisation of medicines, taking into account patients' need, business needs, resource requirements and market access considerations.
  • Working collaboratively in cross-functional teams across several assets both on a local and global level.
  • Providing strategic medical review for materials and communications.

Your Background:

  • Scientific degree (Ideally PharmD or MD - desirable to be registered in the UK).
  • Previous medical affairs experience either an MSL or Medical Advisor/Manager.
  • Experience of working in a matrix structure.
  • Be able to influence at all levels.
  • Capable of solving complex issues that impact Medical Affairs and the wider business.

For more information or to apply for this Medical Affairs Specialist position, please contact CK Group, quoting job ref 49270.

It is essential that applicants hold entitlement to work in the UK.