Director Clinical – Immuno - Oncology – Permanent – Glasgow - Scotland
Director Clinical – Immunotherapy, Oncology – Permanent – Glasgow, Scotland Competitive salary (reviewed annually) Excellent benefits and package Travel to the US and within the UK I am now looking for a Clinical Director to establish an international clinical team and manage the clinical research function in Oncology (Phase III). This is a permanent opportunity, office-based near Glasgow for a fast growing, immunotherapy company developing cell-based treatments for cancer Patients Company. The Director of Clinical will be reporting directly to the Chief Operating Officer and will be working closely with the senior management team. The ideal candidate would be a Medical Doctor with a robust track record in the industry, with strong knowledge in oncology and in writing protocols. Responsibilities include but are not limited to: Managing the Clinical Research function of the company Establishing an international clinical team, and commencing phase III treatment sites internationally, occasional travel to the EU and US may be required for this role Delivering training to project teams across the Company Defining clinical research strategy Taking the lead in discussions with clinicians, regulators, key opinion leaders, senior management and our board Reviewing medical data on the indication, inclusion / exclusion criteria and other medical issues to ensure our overall project deliverables are achieved Sharing your vast medical expertise at investigator meetings, kick-off meetings, and client face-to-face meetings Ensuring patient recruitment targets are met Providing input into the creation of the protocol and other study-related documents Working closely with Drug Safety teams to evaluate Serious Adverse Events and to develop Safety Management Plans, Pharmacovigilance Plans and Risk Management Plans Qualifications & experience: Must have a medical degree Must be a licensed physician with a strong background in Oncology (board certification) A proven track record in industry (pharma or CRO environment) supported by clinical practice experience will ensure you have the skills necessary to succeed in this role. Familiarity with phase II/III projects (either in industry or as an Investigator) along with project management and leadership skills are required. Excellent written and oral communication skills and a genuine desire to contribute to oncology drug development and patient wellbeing in a commercial environment are necessary. Excellent Microsoft Office skills Thorough approach and high attention to detail Strong analytical skills and ability to present clinical information clearly Excellent interpersonal skills, both written and verbal Strong time management and organisational skills Willingness to travel internationally About SRG: SRG is the market leading supplier of Clinical and Drug development recruitment services to the Life Sciences industries. By putting people at the heart of what we do we are the catalyst that connects the best talent with organisations in the pursuit of ‘Creating Tomorrow’s World’& helping patients world-wide. HOW TO APPLY? For an immediate consideration please press 'apply' now, alternatively contact Arnaud Heroult on +44 (0)203 096 4712 and get more information about the role. Our team at SRG Clinical also cover roles in Biometrics, Medical Affairs, Clinical Operations, Medical Information, Pharmacovigilance and Regulatory affairs so do not hesitate to call me at +44 (0)203 096 4712. Fancy getting rewarded? We find that good people know good people. So when you recommend a friend to SRG and we place them in a contract or permanent job, you could earn a bonus of up to £1,000 of Red Letter Days vouchers as a thank you. https://www.srg.co.uk/en/job-seekers/referral The recruiter has stated that all applicants for this job should be able to prove they are legally entitled to work in the EU/UK. SRG is a trading name of Science Recruitment Group Ltd an Employment Business/Agency.