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  • Advert number: 324858-0
  • Posted Date: 26/02/13
  • Closing Date: 18/03/13




37.5 hours per week

Competitive salary and extensive benefits package

Based in Hertfordshire

Emas offer support to a range of diverse clients, from small Pharma to some of the world’s largest healthcare companies. We have established ourselves across major global markets in order to help biotech and Pharma companies to develop medicines and communicate in worldwide markets. We provide support from first into man right the way through the product lifecycle, using our experts in regulatory affairs, drug safety, clinical operations and medical affairs. Collectively, our senior medical staff have been operating in the industry for decades. Our experience extends from dementia to heart failure and from cell separating devices to tissue engineering. Our clients range from small Pharma to some of the world’s largest healthcare companies.

Emas Pharma has extensive experience in managing drug safety projects from designing Risk Management Plans to acting as the entire pharmacovigilance department, including medical review of adverse event reports and preparation of periodic reports.

We offer a full range of medical affairs services including pre-launch readiness, dossier preparation, marketing material and activities sign off and certification. We also provide Medical Information support including call handling, customer relationship activities, key Opinion Leader relationships and late phase studies and post marketing surveillance.

Senior Medical Officer

We are looking for a dynamic Senior Medical Officer who wants to join an expanding global organisation. This is an exciting opportunity for an innovative and focused individual who enjoys being part of a rapidly changing and busy environment. The candidate must be a medical graduate, with GMC registration and a minimum of two years’ experience within the pharmaceutical industry. The candidate must have drug safety experience and be able to demonstrate working knowledge of MedDRA coding, PSURs, RMPs and CDS/SmPCs. Experience working in medical affairs would be desirable as the role will require flexibility in task assignment including review and approval of promotional materials and responding to medical enquiries. This post requires someone who shows high concern for quality and is an excellent communicator. It will appeal to someone who is interested in developing their career across key medical and clinical areas in the pharmaceutical industry – including Regulatory and Medical Affairs and Drug Safety. The successful candidate will be offered opportunities for training, personal and professional development, as well as an extensive benefits package. This is a predominantly office based role, but there will be flexibility for the right candidate.

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Closing date for applications: 18th March 2013.