Clinical Trial Liaison, EMEA region
|Job Title:||Clinical Trial Liaison, EMEA region|
|Contact Name:||Larry O’Leary|
|Job Published:||almost 2 years ago|
Our client is a fast growing highly profitable multinational biopharmaceutical company with an exciting pipeline of drug compounds at an advanced stage in research, now has a newly created role of Clinical Trial Liaison who can operate from their own home based office when not travelling. Travel is circa 70% in EMEA region.
The successful hire will be a regional expert in the company's disease areas, KOLs, patient treatment trends, clinical trials and scientific activities, enhancing and managing relationships with clinical trial investigators and research staff to ensure full engagement throughout the course of the study. The focus will be to enhance clinical trial execution and enrollment through building deep relationships with study investigators and research staff.
The Clinical Trial Liaison will work with the clinical investigators and site staff to provide education, support enrollment and retention initiatives, identify mitigate and provide solutions to enrollment hurdles, disseminate product/trial information, represent company interests and provide scientific intelligence.
The ideal candidate will hold a strong background in clinical research and will be responsible for establishing and enhancing clinical site relations, providing support to the development and clinical operations activities related to the clinical study trials.
Responsibilities for Clinical Trial Liaison, Biotech:
Primary contact between therapeutic centers and internal depts. with regard to company and investigator sponsored studies ensuring scientific validity and alignment with company's medical strategy.
Collaborates Clinical Operations and Research in support of Phase II to IV clinical trials, including site identification, assessment, and education of investigators, recruitment/retention initiatives and clinical site meetings (site specific in-services and global investigator meetings).
Provide disease education as warranted, scientific background related to product, research rationale and latest information related to relevant clinical research.
Provides a medical / scientific training and a support function for key internal stakeholders, including development and or review of training materials for clinical trials, products in development, therapeutic areas, and disease state.
Provides field insight to the study teams related to trends for the identification and recruitment of trial subjects.
Recruitment Initiatives may include: outreach to clinical investigators, site staff and referring physicians to develop relationships, support enrollment initiatives and represent clinical study interests.
Collaborates with MSLs prior to responding to site inquiries to ensure focused and balanced clinical and scientific information.
Requirements for Clinical Trial Liaison, Biotech:
PhD or other Doctoral level degree (e.g., MD, PharmD) required.
5+ years of relevant experience in the biotechnology or pharmaceutical industry, or clinical setting experience such as drug information, disease management programs, clinical pharmacy or clinical medicine.
Established peer-to-peer relationships with KOLs, scientists or other healthcare professionals within EU region, in chosen therapeutic areas.
Knowledge or experience in the GI (preferred), Neurology, Infectious Disease, COPD therapeutic areas.
Experience in clinical trial design, logistics, and evaluation.
- Superb communicator of technical and scientific information, multilingual a plus.
Demonstrated strategic thinking and strong geographical management skills.
Able to travel 70% and valid driver's license.
Knowledge of FDA compliance and regulatory requirements.
Exceptional organizational and time management skills are essential.
Ability to integrate and work in cross functional network.
Please contact Larry on +353 1 - 2302400 / email@example.com
The RFT Group, BioPharmaceutical Division specialise exclusively in the recruitment of scientists, engineers and executives for the biotechnology, pharmaceutical and medical device sectors. www.rftgroup.ie
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