Medical Affairs Signatory

Medical Affairs Signatory

Clinical

Location Brentford, remote working available

Contract Temporary

Reference TKfinsig

Date Posted

Consultant

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Medical Affairs Signatory

We are currently recruiting for a medical affairs signatory to join a global pharmaceutical leader on an initial 6 month basis.

Key Responsibilities/Accountabilities:

  • Responsible for the successful timely completion of compliant review, approval and certification of the majority of UK Pharma Promotional and Non-promotional materials, activities and meetings in line with ABPI and company Codes’ of Practice.
  • Work with relevant cross-functional stakeholders to establish a uniform approval excellence approach across commercial and medical teams aiming to constantly identify needs leading to continuous improvement and enhancement of the process.
  • Extensive cross-matrix integration with multiple teams across all therapy areas
  • Work with teams supporting decision making through supplying governance and compliance expertise enabling appropriate activity selection and seeing these through to compliant implementation.
  • Successfully manage and resolve approval issues, managing conflict where required with project owners and counter signatories.
  • Responsible for reliable and regular participation at compliance accountability meetings and ensuring all other necessary specialist inputs are incorporated as required.
  • Responsible for generating good project team working spirit to support the planning, coordination and implementation of activities and stakeholders.
  • Responsible for the day-to-day management and completion of agreed deliverables on time and within the agreed scope. Monitors, controls and reports on project progress on a regular basis and when exceptional circumstances arise
  • Performs self-inspection and related management monitoring activates as and when needed
  • Generation and communication of copy approval metrics to ensure UK compliance and share best practice.
  • Responsible for the institution and upkeep of the CAT team files, meetings records and correspondence

 

Candidates must be UK Registered Pharmacist (Pharmacists must hold an up to date registration with the General Pharmaceutical Council (GPhC) and be actively undertaking continual professional development (CPD) assessed by the GPhC). You will also be a registered Doctor (GMC Registered) and have extensive final Medical signatory copy approval knowledge and experience in the pharmaceutical industry.

If this sounds like the role for you, apply with your CV now, and contact Tom Kirkpatrick at CY Partners for more information.


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