Senior Manager/Associate Director of Medical Affairs

Full time EdHobbs in Pharmaceutical
  • England View on Map
  • Post Date: 2nd October 2019
  • Apply Before : 23rd October 2019
  • Salary: £85,000.00 - £115,000.00 / Per annum
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  • Experience level Management

Job Description

The company is a global biotech operating in the innovative field of Gene Therapy – Currently with one approved medicine within Europe and over a dozen products in their pipeline spread from preclinical to Phase III in multiple indications. This organisation has a global presence and are looking to strengthen their UK operations. The culture is built by people with a passion for providing treatment that bring value for the patients.

The Medical Manager/Associate Director of Medical Affairs will be responsible for the entire portfolio of Gene Therapy products in the UK. This position will develop collaborative relationships with external stakeholders, support evidence generation and work as part of a cross-functional team to enable considered late-stage clinical development and commercialisation activities, inclusive of playing an active part in the Health Technology appraisals

 

Responsibilities:

  • Be an essential part of the organisation’s continual development and growth Build relationships with key external stakeholders by providing disease state education and communicating data generated from our clinical development & real-world evidence generation programmes
  • Contribute to our success through the gathering of medical insights to inform strategy and research/data generation initiatives
  • Be a trusted partner that provides high-quality scientific expertise to support appropriate use of treatments
  • Represent the company and the therapeutic platform at relevant scientific congresses and meetings
  • Work cross-functionally to further develop collaborative internal relationships and prepare country-specific strategic and tactical plans
  • Support evidence generation activities and preparation of health technology submissions in collaboration with market access
  • Work within relevant compliance frameworks such as the ABPI code and MHRA blue guide including in supporting the development of promotional materials

Ideal Candidate:

  • RequiredGMC registered physician, PhD or GPhC registered MPharm
  • Final Signatory familiar with ABPI Experienced directly with Healthcare Technology submissions
  • Ideally experienced working in a dynamic and hands-on environment
  • Background in Rare Disease
  • Experienced handling responsibility for multiple products simultaneously

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