Reference Number: JO-2310-523925
Senior Medical Advisor – Product Launch
Rate: Negotiable
Job Type: Permanent
Location: Central London / West End

Senior Medical Advisor – Product Launch 

Location: Berkshire

Salary: Competitive

Benefits: Car allowance, bonus, pension, healthcare

Reference: JO-2310-523925

A top 10 pharmaceutical company is seeking a current Medical Advisor and Final Signatory to join their exciting pipeline and help lead on their pending product launch! Historically Senior Medical Advisor roles have seen an evolution into line management opportunities! 

This is an excellent opportunity to be developed into a future leader at a leading business.


• Physician or Pharmacist by background

• Experience within Medical Affairs is essential

• Final Signatory experience is essential

Responsibilities will include:

• Being responsible for all aspects of medical support for the given pipeline

• Ensuring that all Medical Affairs related activities comply with the company’s standards, regulations and compliance requirements and follow good ethical practice

• Establishing and interacting with KOLs within the therapy area to deliver the therapy area medical affairs plan

• Supporting promotional activities by reviewing and approving marketing materials to ensure compliance within UK regulatory framework

• Providing scientific and clinical input on cross-functional sales and marketing teams

• Following the requirements of the ABPI Code of Practice

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The successful candidate would receive a competitive annual salary package plus an excellent benefits package including the likes of a car allowance, bonus, private healthcare, pension scheme and much more.

The Medical Division at Cpl Life Sciences (previously Only Medics/Clinical Professionals) is a specialist division that focuses exclusively on recruitment of Medical Affairs, Clinical Development & Pharmacovigilance for pharmaceutical companies, biotechnology companies, Clinical Research Organisations (CROs) and Regulatory Authorities.