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Medical Science Liaison

Title: Medical Science Liaison

Therapy Area: Pain

Territory: Field Based National role

1 x West Midlands
1 x South London
1 x South East Coast
1 x South Central
1 x South West

This position provides field-based support in the United Kingdom (UK) to Grünenthal (GRT) UK Medical Department in order to achieve the company's goals.

Overall Purpose of the Role

Respond to requests for information about on- and off-label uses of Grünenthal products.

Report Adverse Drug Reactions (ADRs) and product quality issues to GRT regulatory staff.

Cultivate relationships with high profile key opinion leaders (KOLs) in the field of pain management and other fields where relevant and appropriate.

Identify, facilitate, establish investigator-initiated trials and support appropriate research.

Hold regional and national Pain Advisory Board meetings and Post-Congress meetings.

Introduce and build new product awareness.

Maintain knowledge (including the ABPI Code) by attending relevant courses/conferences.

Feedback on competitor activities of relevance ("competitive intelligence").

Facilitate formulary submissions.

Facilitate audits and clinical trials.

Identify areas of process improvement to Manager and work in collaboration to implement plan of action.

Contribute to business strategy in the pursuit of competitive product advantage.

Ensure appropriate product placement in key guidelines and algorithms.

Job Package

Highly competitive Basic Salary and Beneficts package on offer. :

20% bonus
3% pension from employee - 10% from employer
healthcare for employee and partner fully paid
car/car allowance approx £7000 per annum
permanent health insurance
25 days hols plus bank holidays

Person Profile

Requirements / Skills of the Role

A relevant scientific/medical university degree/qualification and post graduate qualification(s).
Previous MSL experience preferred.
Comprehensive understanding of pain physiology.
Full UK driving licence.
Flexibility to travel throughout the UK to support colleagues running meetings in different geographies and to support holiday/absence cover.
Fluent knowledge of English (spoken and written) and good report writing skills.
Experience of UK medical practice preferred, including NHS structure and patient pathways.
Knowledge of the UK medical Political issues preferred.
Experience of the practical implementation of the "ABPI Code", preferred.
Ability to work on multiple tasks simultaneously (includes ability to organise and prioritise).
Project management skills.
Appropriate Information Technology ("computer") skills and working knowledge/experience of standard software tools.
Excellent communication skills, including presentations to healthcare professionals.
Flexible, independent, and proactive working style.
Self starter and able to work in a team.

Interview Process

Two stage recruitment process

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