Field Based Medical Advisor (South) - Home Working Available

Recruiter
Pfizer
Location
England
Salary
Negotiable
Posted
16 Nov 2020
Closes
27 Nov 2020
Ref
4796934
Hours
Full Time
Contract Type
Permanent

To provide medical & scientific support to healthcare professionals and professional bodies through scientific communications and support for clinical research to facilitate a medical and scientific bridge between Pfizer and the healthcare community. To provide specialist medical, scientific and Code compliance advice to the nominated internal team(s) to support the appropriate use of Pfizer medicines and successful implementation of Pfizer's initiatives and programs.

Individual roles require excellent and proven scientific and technical expertise and relevant experience or knowledge related to the therapy areas for the Oncology portfolio. Individual roles may emphasise different elements of the role description depending on medical and business need.

  • Activities to build and develop enduring external relationships with healthcare professionals facilitating a medical and scientific bridge between Pfizer and the healthcare community.
  • Support the UK medical plan.
  • Co-ordinate investigator sponsored research (ISR) proposals and participate in UK protocol review committees. Manage ISRs in accordance with GTN01 and relevant procedures, maintain adequate records and ensure oversight of budget and timeliness of milestones.
  • Communicate the value of our medicines through high-quality, accurate, balanced and impactful information.
  • Leverage customer intelligence and insights to shape brand strategy, providing formal feedback via MEDIC reports.
  • Support for other departments including Regulatory Affairs, Drug Safety, Medical Information, Health and Value, Corporate Affairs, Customer Operations, Medical Quality Oversight, Worldwide Research and Development and Clinical Operations

 

PRIMARY DUTIES (include but not limited to)

To provide specialist medical and scientific advice to the nominated internal teams to support the appropriate use of Pfizer medicines and successful implementation of Pfizer's initiatives and programs. To provide medical & scientific support to healthcare professionals and professional bodies through scientific communications and support for clinical research to facilitate a medical and scientific bridge between Pfizer and the healthcare community.

 

To acquire and maintain scientific knowledge of Pfizer medicines within nominated therapy area(s) (including those in development) as well as of key competitors. Help deliver the medical plan in relation to medical projects and support for Pfizer sponsored clinical research and Investigator sponsored Research (ISR)

 

To provide medical/scientific input into protocol feasibility assessments for clinical trial proposals. To support identification of appropriate investigators / sites for Pfizer-sponsored clinical trials.

 

To provide high-quality, accurate, balanced and specific information to customers in response to unsolicited requests for information. To provide scientific insight and support to field- and head office based commercial colleagues. To work with the cross functional team in-country and above-country to develop impactful and compliant promotional and non-promotional materials of value to customers. To review (and certify where applicable) promotional and non-promotional materials and activities within scope of the ABPI Code of Practice.

 

REQUIRED SKILL SET

Fluency in English, excellent written and verbal communication skills

Excellent and proven scientific and technical expertise

Medical or Pharmacy degree or PhD in Life Sciences

  • For medical applicants GMC registration (with a License to Practice) and substantial clinical experience within the NHS is preferred. Doctors registered outside the UK may be considered, for example if they have significant pharmaceutical industry experience and/or have worked in the UK National Health Service
  • For pharmacy applicants UK registration and substantial clinical experience within the NHS is preferred. Pharmacists registered outside the UK may be considered, for example if they have significant pharmaceutical industry experience and/or have worked in the UK National Health Service
  • For scientists a PhD is preferred. Scientists without a post graduate degree may be considered, for example if they have significant pharmaceutical industry experience and/or significant experience within a related specialty (eg clinical research, medicines regulation, health technology assessment)

The closing deadline for applications is November 27th.

All applicants must have the relevant authorisation to live and work in the UK.