Life Science professionals
for the following areas:
Determines the safety and effectiveness of medications, devices, diagnostic products and treatment regimens intended for human use. Typical roles: CRA, Clinical Trial Manager, Clinical Project Manager, Medical Monitor, Study Start-up Specialist, SSU Manager, Clinical Submission Specialist, etc.
Provides medical support for development-stage and commercialized products including post-marketing studies, safety, and surveillance. Typical roles: Medical Science Liaison, Medical Advisor, Medical Affairs Manager, Medical Information Specialist, etc.
Roles and responsibilities often begin in the research and development phases, moving into clinical trials and extending through premarket approvals, manufacturing, labeling and advertising and postmarket surveillance. Typical roles: Regulatory Specialist, Submission Specialist, DRA Manager, etc.
QA prevents mistakes or defects in manufactured products, QC responsible for reviewing the quality of all factors involved in production. Typical Roles: QA Specialist, Qualified Person, Head of QA, QC Manager, Product Quality Specialist, Quality Engineer, Quality Project Manager, GMP/GCP Auditor, QA Supplier Auditor, etc.
Detects, assesses, understands and prevents long- and short-term adverse effects of medicines. Typical roles: Drug Safety Manager, Drug Safety Physician, PVO, etc.
The positions related to process of production of pharmaceuticals. Typical roles: Process Engineer, Project Engineer, Maintenance Engineer, Production Lead, Validation Specialist, Calibration Specialist, Technology Transfer Lead, etc.
Sums up the investigative activities of life science businesses conducted to improve existing products and treatments or to lead to the development of new ones. Typical roles: Analytical Chemist, Medicinal Chemist, Research Scientist, Biomedical Scientist, Microbiologist, etc.
Uses the computer and informational techniques applied to a range of problems in the field of chemistry/biology. Typical roles: Computational Chemist, Application Scientist, Bioinformatics Scientist, Head of Cheminformatics, IT R&D Project Manager, etc.
Provides up-to-date medical information for HCPs in regards the company products. Typical roles: Medical Sales Representative, District Sales Manager, Territory Manager, Area Manager, Sales Force Effectiveness Manager, CRM Manager, Key Account Manager, National Sales Manager, Sales Director, etc.
Develops and implements the marketing promotional strategy for the company’s Rx/OTC products. Typical roles: Brand Coordinator, Product Manager, Brand Manager, Marketing Manager, Public Affairs Manager, Communications Manager, Patient Advocacy Manager, Business Unit Manager, etc.
Ensures that the company’s medicines are available in the country and reimbursed by the government. Typcal roles: HEOR Manager, Market Access Manager, Pricing Manager, Health Economics Lead, Reimbursement Manager, Government Affairs Lead, Health Outcomes Manager, etc
Covers all the areas related to the medical and laboratory life sciences or clinical diagnostics/devices areas from the R&D to the commercialization of products. Typical roles: Development Engineer, Service Engineer, Service Manager, Application Specialist, Sales Manager, Product Manager, Distribution Manager, etc.