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Medical Science Liaison

Fantastic Opportunity for a PhD educated scientist to join a Global Leader within Diagnostics as a Medical Science Liaison.

This is a field based position covering the South East UK and specialising within the areas of Oncology and Immunology.

This would be great fit for a PhD edcuated scientist looking to develop their career into the commercial sector whilst being an ambassador for a leading company and becoming an academic and technical expert.

Duties and Responsibilities:
- Active member of UKI Senior Leaders Team - strategy and delivery of UKI budget
- Delivery of territory-specific Sales Budget. Grow, defend and maintain business.
- Assume responsibility for physician- facing activities pertaining to specified areas in support of the company's oncology and specialist immunology business goals.
- Develop and maintain contacts with key external opinion leaders and clinical investigators, physicians, pharmaceutical companies, laboratories, and other key customers regarding medical advances, collaborative studies, and product related issues.
- Present data at key scientific meetings/conferences regarding company's oncology and specialist immunology products.
- Participate as internal consultant and ad-hoc member of project/product development teams in providing scientific/technical input to ensure that clinical utility of company's products meets clinical need.
- Assist Marketing in the design, organization, execution, and monitoring of pre- and post-market field trials to confirm product performance, maximize product positioning, and meet organization goals and objectives.
- Maintain a comprehensive understanding of scientific/clinical data and literature related to relevant company and competitor oncology and specialist immunology products and disease areas, and effectively transfers appropriate clinical/scientific information to key company personnel and external customers for business-related or educational purposes.
- Prepare executive summaries as necessary to address organizational goals and objectives.
- Work closely with the UKI Sales Territory Managers to optimize customer education and growth of sales due to optimal usage of oncology and specialist immunology products.
- Responsible for ensuring all Competitor information is kept up-to-date and efficiently/effectively disseminated within the team (MSL and TM)
- Lead trainer for new UK MSL's
- New MSL mentor
- Ensuring MTR literature packs lists are kept updated

- Ph.D. in a relevant scientific discipline or related field, or equivalent combination of education and work-related experience.
- Data management skills (i.e., basic statistical analyses and data handling, interpretation of scientific data, and development of graphics) is required.
- Excellence in scientific writing
- Scientific experience in areas involving Haematology, Immunology, Oncology or Biochemistry.
- Excellence in scientific speaking, preferably in Immunodiagnostics, Haematology or Oncology.
- Good driving record.
- To be a team player able to communicate effectively in a manner consistent with professional - Strong track record in prioritizing and simultaneously managing multiple projects (activities) in a fast paced environment for timely completion of projects.
- The ability to achieve goals with minimal to moderate supervision and direction.
- Strong professional and interpersonal skills to effectively operate on a national basis (i.e., aptitude for working with diverse groups and appreciation of business or social dictums within disciplines e.g. Clinic, laboratory, research)
- Must reside on territory
- To be flexible to the needs of the business

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