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If you are an experienced drug saftey scientist looking for a new challenge this could be the r�le for you! One of the world's leading biotechnology companies is looking to expand its safety monitoring operations in East Anglia due to recent product success within a number of indications. The level of the position will depend on experience but will involve a combination of supervisory and medical affairs related activites for marketed and investigational products. You will be directly responsible for product safety data and documentation across a number of therapeutic areas on a global level and will support and mentor junior members of staff with evaluation, interpretation and reporting activities. You will have involvement with the development and maintenance of electronic data capture systems and performance evaluation. There is a competitive salary and benefits package available including pension, car, 25 days holiday, stock options, healthcare and life assurance.

To be suitable for this r�le you will have at least six years' clinical experience - with four years in a drug safety r�le. For the senior level you will have previous supervisory and training experience. You must be educated to at least BSc/PharmD level and a further qualification in pharmacovigilance would be an advantage.
This speciality pharmaceutical company is well established in the UK and has an excellent product pipeline with a number of oncology compounds in phases I-III of clinical development. The UK medical affairs team is expanding and a new role has been created for a full time Safety and Information Officer to manage all pharmacovigilance reporting requirements for pre and post marketing oncology products. This position will be office based in the Home Counties with the potential to work partly from home. The post will report to the UK Medical Affairs Manager and will also be directed on a day to day basis to physicians in France. A competitive salary is available depending on experience plus an excellent benefits package including pension, healthcare, life assurance, permanent health insurance and 25 days holiday. You will also benefit from working in a dynamic and challenging environment within a successful and rapidly developing organisation!

To be considered for this position you must have a minimum of 12 months' experience processing both spontaneous and clinical trial adverse event reports and be familiar with in-house databases. Knowledge of current pharmacovigilance regulations is essential. Experience of medical information query handling would also be an advantage. You will be an excellent communicator, and well organised with good attention to detail.
A leading full-service CRO with international operations has a requirement for an Account Manager to be based in France. In this r�le you will be responsible for selling a full CRO service (covering clinical monitoring, project management, data management and statistics, medical writing, regulatory affairs and pharmacovigilance) to pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies with operations in France. The r�le will involve both account management for exisiting clients and the generation of new business with prospect clients. You will mainly be selling the phase II-IIIa service and the country target for France will be set at �8 million. There is a competitive salary available to the right candidate as well as an attractive commission scheme. Full benefits plus car will also be provided.

The successful candidate will be educated to degree level in a science or business based subject. Previous experience of winning new business within the CRO sector is essential for this role. You must also be a French national either working/living in France.

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