As part of our Medical team, you will have the opportunity to collaborate with talented and dedicated colleagues while developing and expanding your career.
Basic requirements: Advanced degree in life science, health care, biological science or related field (Ph.D., PharmD, or MD)
The objective of the Medical and Scientific Liaison (MSL), by virtue of their training and expertise, is to discuss and provide scientific and therapeutic information to Healthcare Professionals and Researchers viewed by their peers to be authorities in their therapeutic field. The MSL uses exceptionally strong interpersonal skills, especially in the area of one-on one communication and a high degree of understanding of disease entities and therapeutics to develop and maintain strong scientific working relationships with clinical and scientific leaders in one or more disease areas through the communication of unbiased and evidence based information.
The Medical Advisor/MSL Team Lead is responsible for the medical and scientific leadership for a given therapeutic field. The Medical Advisor/MSL Team Lead provides high level, evidenced-based, scientific expertise to both internal departments and external customers, in order to ensure scientific support for business activities, local Phase IV clinical studies as well as Investigator Initiated Studies. The Medical Advisor/MSL Team Lead provides direction to and manages a group of therapeutic MSLs in the development and execution of their functions.
The Medical Services Specialist reviews and approves promotional material to fulfill area and local regulations and needs, and reviews scientific materials developed by Public Affairs, Policy and Reimbursement, Health Outcomes, Health Education, Legal, and other departments, as required. The Medical Services Specialist also assists Regulatory Affairs and Clinical Research in the development or revision of Canadian Product Circulars and Product Monographs, interacts with HCP to provide second-line medical information and support by providing answers for less common or more complex queries from HCP that are referred by the Medical Information Call Center team.
The Clinical Project Manager (CPM) has overall management of and coordination responsibility for all activities required at a country level to initiate, maintain and close out clinical trials according to required processes, timelines and commitments, as well as ensuring the management of trials complies with laws and regulations. The CPM is the primary point of contact between the field-based Clinical Research Associates (CRAs) and head office-based individuals/functional areas.
The Clinical Research Associate (CRA) acts as primary site contact and site manager for all operational and routine protocol issues in support of clinical research studies. The CRA communicates with sites on issues related to protocol conduct, enrollment and retention, protocol deviations, regulatory documentation, site audits and inspections, overall site performance, and financial payments.
The Pharmacovigilence Specialist evaluates, translates and processes product complaint reports associated with marketed and investigational products.
The Regulatory Affairs Project Manager is accountable for the coordination and procurement of federal approvals of drug submissions pertaining to clinical and/or chemistry and manufacturing. The Project Manager ensures that all activities in relation to the registration of new products and their maintenance on the Canadian market are in compliance with the Food and Drugs Act and Regulations, all relevant Canadian guidelines and policies as well as company policies for marketed products.