Talent is the core of InnoCare.
We hope that you can join us in achieving our dream in this new chapter – to provide advanced and innovative drugs for patients, globally, in the fight against cancers and autoimmune diseases.
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- Performing project screening, initiation, monitoring and close-out of study sites under the guidance of the project manager.
- Responsible for monitoring the clinical trials to ensure the clinical trials perform in accordance with the clinical protocol, standard operating procedure (SOP), good clinical practice (GCP) and applicable laws and regulations.
- Responsible for the organization and completion of all trial-related documents and materials, submitting monitoring reports; reporting trial progress and quality to the project manager in a timely manner, including the completion of Case Report Forms (CRFs), the usage of study drugs, adverse drug reactions, etc. Identifying and analyzing issues, proposing solutions and implementing them.
- Following up on AE’s and SAE’s during trials and protecting the rights of subjects.
- For outsourced projects, coordinating with CRO’s and study sites to set up and maintain good relationships.
- Bachelor’s degree or above, with major related to medicine, pharmaceutical sciences, clinical medicine, nursing, etc.
- Have a GCP training certificate, with at least 3 years of CRA work experience, those with experiences in phase I clinical trial monitoring of antineoplastic drugs preferred.
- Familiar with provisions for drug registration, GCP regulations and relevant regulations for clinical studies.
- Good written and verbal communication skills, including English reading and writing.
- Ability to communicate, coordinate, and execute plans in a team setting.
Serving as a field-based extension of Medical Affairs, MSL will build long term peer to peer relationships and responsible for developing, coordinating and assuring implementation of the Company’s corporate, scientific, and medical strategies with KOLs within academic, and healthcare organizations in hematology treatment for the assigned region.
- Establish Company and maintain scientific expertise as a leading company committed to Hematology/Oncology (and other therapeutic areas).
- Collaborate with medical affairs, clinical development, commercial and serve as a resource to HCPs, large group medical practices, payers.
- Develop and track KOL engagement plans – identify, develop and maintain long-term collaborative relationships with KOLs within assigned region.
- Provide medical team with feedback and insights from interactions with KOLs and investigators.
- Respond to and document unsolicited requests for information on Company products and programs.
- Participate in/support the training of field employees.
- Master’s degree above (MD is preferred).
- 3+ years of pharmaceutical MSL experience (oncology or hematology background preferred).
- Good balance between clinical and commercial focus with sound judgment.
- Ability to travel, locally and regionally, up to 60% with overnight stays (e.g., KOL visit, site locations, internal meetings, medical meetings, training).
- Excellent communication (oral and written) and interpersonal skills.
Desired Skills, and Abilities
- Self-starter who is eager to identify issues/problems and proactively solve.
- Strong self-learning skill and willing to expand work view.