DO YOU SHARE OUR VALUES AND AMBITIONS?

EUSA Pharma is a dynamic and rapidly growing pharmaceutical company. We are constantly looking for highly talented individuals who, like us, are passionate and committed to helping patients live and embrace life.

If you are interested in joining our journey and if you share our values and ambition, please see below our current vacancies.

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Key Account Manager, Florida

26/07/2021

The Key Account Manager’s role is to promote the EUSA Pharma Rare Disease portfolio, to identify key accounts, and establish partnerships with key Health Care Professionals (HCPs), hospital pharmacists, payors and any other key stakeholder at a local level (hospitals).
KAM is accountable for the business results of a territory covering the state of Florida. Candidates will be ideally based on the East coast of Florida.

The Key Account Manager will build sustainable relationships with key stakeholders and leverage customer insights in order to develop strategies and solutions, which will facilitate access to the EUSA Pharma portfolio in the hospitals. Collaboration with local HCPs will be key to ensuring appropriate prescribing of EUSA medications.

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Regulatory Affairs Operations Advisor

19/07/2021

The Regulatory Affairs Operations Advisor will provide support to the EUSA Pharma Global Regulatory team, notably with processes and vendor relationships.

This newly created role will involve compilation of documentation for the EU, US and multiple international territories to support marketing authorisation applications and maintain product registrations.

Key elements of the role will be to contribute to planning and scheduling of the work program, with close collaboration required with multiple external agencies (CMOs and CROs) as well as internal and external stakeholders, to ensure activities are managed according to strict timelines.

The Regulatory Affairs Operations Advisor will also be required to contribute to the ongoing management of publishing activities including responsibility for the transfer of the majority of publishing activities to an external vendor, the role will have continued oversight of vendor activities and vendor management, together with ongoing management of limited internal publishing activities.

This role will also involve working with the Regulatory team to ensure compliant management of Regulatory documentation including tracking and archiving using the in-house Regulatory Information Management System.

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Access Manager, Spain

14/07/2021

Candidates must be based in or around Madrid and have the right to live and work in Spain.

The Access Manager is responsible for the planning and execution of the market access strategies and activities for the EUSA Pharma portfolio of products.

In this role, the Access Manager will provide strong strategic insights and an ability to execute regional market access strategies and manage tactical activities to develop meaningful value stories to ensure optimal product access across the Spanish regions.

The Access Manager will also provide support to the national price and reimbursement process. This will require coordination and alignment of all relevant internal and external stakeholders, including external agencies.

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Medical Science Liaison - Northwest US

09/07/2021

  • Territory: Northwest US Preferred Location of Candidate: Northern California (San Francisco, Sacramento, San Jose), Seattle Washington, Portland Oregon; Candidates must live within one of the states in the territory Territory States: California (North of Fresno), Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana, Nebraska, Wyoming, Utah, Alaska At EUSA Pharma, we are passionate and committed to make our products globally available to enable patients to live and embrace life. We focus on oncology and rare diseases, making a meaningful difference to patients’ lives. Our field medical team is growing and we’re hiring for a Medical Science Liaison (MSL) who will work closely with our customers to drive education with the current asset, and increase disease awareness within its labelled indication. Approximately 75% of your time will be customer-facing, conducting trusted, unbiased scientific exchange in the field with prioritized stakeholders, including Key Opinion Leaders (KOLs), Payors and advocacy organizations in support of Medical Affairs’ strategies. This individual must demonstrate an elevated level of both scientific and medical knowledge, professional integrity and ethical standards for all interactions. Key accountabilities Be a trusted and credible partner to customers on medical and scientific information pertaining to disease state and EUSA products – both pipeline and marketed medicines - to ensure their full understanding. Lead and deliver complex activities to customers to further enhance medical’s reputation as a trusted and valued partner to customers Implement the US medical plan Extract and share back high value medical insights that help shape the medical and clinical strategy Business Development Technical/professional expertise MSL Experience: 0-1yr experience for entry level MSL (industry or clinical experience preferred). Advanced degree (MD, PhD, PharmD) or NP/PA preferred or MSN with relevant experience Experience in Oncology / Hematology preferred Experience with Orphan / Rare Disease preferred Able to run IIT’s Understanding of compliance considerations and ability to work compliantly in a field-based role, within the medical organization, as well as across the commercial organization Ability to travel >50% of the time via auto/plane Personal specification • Experience including publication, planning, medical information • Self-motivated with strong verbal and written communication skills • Has strong initiative and functions well as part of a cross-functional team • Strong time management and organization skills • Ability to work independently in a flexible environment • Pro-active and positive team player and strong emotional intelligence • Passionate about making an impact on the lives of patients • Required to meet all credentialing requirements of hospitals/health systems conferences in their territory • Internal US Field Medical Presentation skills certification and successful completion of training requirements, as well as staying updated on new tools and materials as they arise are essential for full employment at the completion of the training period

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Medical Science Liaison, Germany

30/06/2021

Candidates will be based in Hamburg, Bremen, Hannover or Berlin.

Reporting to the Medical Director, the MSL will join a team of highly-experienced medical professionals. The MSL will lead the medical and scientific activities across Northern Germany to inform and educate physicians, support staff, payers and any other relevant industry groups on EUSA Pharma’s product portfolio. The MSL must also support and comply with all relevant internal and external regulations, guidelines and policies at both local and international level.

Key accountabilities:
Scientific expertise
KOL and territory management

Technical and professional expertise:

Strong communicator in a one to one and group setting, verbal and non-verbal using appropriate industry and medical language.

Monitor and ensure compliance with company policies.

Excellent project planning, organisation, implementation and tracking skills.

In depth knowledge of market access processes within the geography.

Experience in interpretation and writing of scientific information.

Able to tailor communication across multiple Health Care Professional groups.

Personal Specification

Fluent English Skills.

Life Sciences Degree essential, PhD or MSc preferred.

Minimum 6 years’ experience in a similar role

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Rare Disease Specialist, North West France (including Paris)

29/06/2021

The RDS will be accountable for the business results of a territory covering North West France, and must be based on the territory, including Paris.

The role of the Rare Disease Specialist is to provide support on the EUSA Pharma rare disease & oncology portfolio.

The RDS will also manage the launch of one strategic asset within the EUSA portfolio, collaborating internally with Medical, Sales and Regulatory teams, and externally with many stakeholders. This means, building relationships with key accounts, leveraging disease awareness and diagnosis, promoting EUSA's products and collaborating to create patient added-value projects.

The RDS will build sustainable relationships with key stakeholders and leverage customer insights in order to develop strategies and solutions which will facilitate access to the EUSA Pharma portfolio, working with a wide range of HCPs (haematologists, pathologists, onco-paediatricians, pharmacists and nurses). Collaboration with local HCPs will be key to ensuring appropriate patient diagnosis and management.

Job responsibilities will include:
• Territory planning and analysis
• Business Planning
• Implementation of local plans
• Patient-focussed project management

Technical and professional expertise required:

Minimum of 3 years’ pharmaceutical experience.

Oncology and/or rare disease experience is essential.

Experience/involvement in a successful recent product launch preferable.

Experience in digital multichannel impactful customer interaction and the ability to describe previous experience both in systems and in personalised content to maximize the impact of multi- channel/digital tools and strategy on customers on the territory.

Excellent communication skills to drive impactful conversations with HCPs by phone, video, email, text and face-to-face meetings etc.

Ability to evidence successful project management experience focused on HCP interaction for promotional purposes.

Personal specification:
• Life science degree or higher qualification.
• Excellent written and spoken English language is beneficial but not essential.
• Excellent technical agility in remote/digital direct impactful customer interactions
• Excellent Planning & Organisational Skills.
• Excellent communication combined with good commercial acumen.
• Strong presentation skills and business analysis skills.
• Full French Driving license.
• Eligible for AGVM card.

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Compliance Director

29/06/2021

This role can be based in UK, France, Germany, Switzerland, Spain, Italy, Poland or USA (East Coast).

The Compliance Director will be responsible for all of compliance management across the company. The successful candidate should be operationally oriented, and responsible on a global basis, for implementing, and maintaining an effective corporate compliance programme and ensuring employee adherence to the Company’s Code of Business Conduct and Ethics and related rules, policies and procedures. The Compliance Director will report directly to the General Counsel and will be responsible for reporting periodically to the Board of Directors, and to the Executive Management team on the effectiveness of the Company’s compliance programmes and specific compliance matters.

The Compliance Director will be responsible for leadership of ethics and compliance activities within EUSA, providing advice to allow individuals to operate within full compliance of laws, regulations, and guidance. The successful candidate will provide strategic direction and partnership to the business, advising on risk and assessing initiatives for full compliance and integrity, working directly with cross functional teams (including Commercial, Medical, HR, Finance, Marketing, Regulatory and Supply Chains), dealing with a wide variety of ad hoc queries and projects associated with operating a global pharmaceutical business.

The Compliance Director will support the EUSA goal to be a "partner in doing the right thing – all the time." The Compliance Director will pro-actively support the business in the effective execution of compliant business practices by partnering with the business in setting and consulting on policies, providing training and best practices, promoting compliant behaviours, raising issues, and supporting corrective action.

Key accountabilities of the role include:
• Development and Implementation of the EUSA Compliance Programme
• Compliance as a Strategic Partner
• Compliance training
• Audit and monitoring

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Medical Affairs Manager UK and Ireland

23/06/2021

The Medical Affairs Manager will provide medical expertise and support to the UK affiliate team in the oncology/rare disease therapy areas and products.  The role will lead the KOL engagement strategy for the UK & Ireland with high ethical standards and appropriate compliance.

Candidates must have the right to live/work in the UK.  EUSA Pharma offers remote working.

Key responsibilities:
Providing medical expertise

  • Position the EUSA Pharma product portfolio within relevant national and regional protocols to enable EUSA commercial teams to maximise business

  • Ensure appropriate scientific knowledge of all employees in the UK & Ireland.

  • Ensure regular PV/AE & ABPI code training is undertaken in line with SOP.

  • Ensure that all UK (affiliate) employees have current PV/AE training and respect the timelines for reporting.

Establish & developing KOL/stakeholder and market understanding

  • Develop a KOL/Advisor network to leverage opportunities for the EUSA portfolio

  • Ensure regular meetings with UK KOLs in relevant disease areas.

  • Leverage KOL’s in conjunction with marketing and sales teams and where appropriate to influence future guidelines and funding.

  • Prepare and approve medical/speaker slide decks to facilitate KOL presentations on both disease area and EUSA portfolio

Develop and implement a country medical plan

  •  Develop & gain approval for a national medical affairs plan.

  • In collaboration with UK Management Team, develop and affiliate project plan incorporating medical advisory boards, ISS strategy and KOL development program.


Development of training & promotional materials

  • Develop appropriate approved training materials and train new employees on relevant products/indications.             

  • Ensure that all training materials remain compliant and approved in line with appropriate training.                    

  • Ensure all marketing/promotional materials are in line with local regulations and internal SOPs. Technical/Professional Expertise • Experience in oncology/immunology is desirable

  • UK final medical signatory essential • 2-3 years’ experience in Medical Affairs role. • Demonstrable experience of KOL engagement is essential • Significant experience and exposure to clinical data critique and analysis. Personal Specification

• GMC registered medical qualification or UK Registered Pharmacist.
• Fluent in written and spoken English.
• Excellent communication and collaboration skills.
• Excellent planning and organising skills.

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Regional Marketing Manager - UK/Ireland, SEE and CEE

16/06/2021

The primary responsibilities of the Marketing Manager across the UK/Ireland, SEE and CEE regions will be to optimise the market position of all EUSA Pharma brands by the development of a comprehensive strategic marketing plan to deliver sales and marketing objectives within agreed budget. 

Working in close collaboration with other key internal stakeholders and external agencies across the UK/Ireland, CEE and SEE regions, you will fully understand customer insights and understand how to build on this for the success of EUSAin Oncology and Rare Diseases.

Key responsibilities:
Strategic brand planning

Marketing analysis and insights
Development of the brand strategy
Forecasting

Operational planning and execution
Collaborate closely with our global marketing function to ensure implementation of global strategies whilst allowing for country specific differentiation needs
Leading planning design and organisation of key stakeholder communication platforms, speaker symposia, consultant programmes etc.
Budget management

People management
Line management responsibility for the UK Brand Manager
Act as a highly effective leader providing
support and mentoring to the team in a way that drives the business forward

Cross-functional alignment and customer stakeholder management  
Cross-functional alignment with internal
customers i.e. secure alignment with sales, medical functions, regulatory,
legal, finance and technical operations, and also external customers – those
who specialist in therapeutic area including specialist nurses, pharmacists and
payers, professional organisations, PAGs, and suppliers including agencies,
printers etc.   
Brand pricing and pricing proposals to sustain
market access


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Key Account Manager Rare Disease/Oncology - Bavaria, Germany

16/06/2021

The Key Account Manager’s role is to promote the EUSA Pharma
rare disease portfolio, identify key accounts, and establish partnerships with
key Health Care Professionals (HCPs), hospital pharmacists, payors and other
key stakeholders at a local level.  

As a member of our DACH commercial team, you will be a commercially astute,
motivated self-starter with excellent communication skills, and the tenacity
and self-motivation to drive growth.

The KAM will be accountable for the business results of a territory covering Bavaria.

Key responsibilities of the role:

Establish, maintain, and strategically develop
customer relationships

Conduct sales pitches and consultations

Territory planning and analysis

Business planning and implementation of local
plans

Identify key accounts, establish partnerships
and secure customer satisfaction

Key competencies:
  
Customer focus and listening   

Business acumen, drive for results and strategic growth

Agility

Innovation and problem solving

Functional/technical skills including understanding the system of
reimbursement, pricing and access in relevant country, together with understanding
the system of local hospital formularies and purchase management

Technical and professional expertise required:

  • Minimum of 3 years’ pharmaceutical experience ideally in the hospital setting.

  • Rare disease/haematology/oncology/niche/speciality product experience would be preferred

  • Experience/involvement in a successful recent product launch.

Personal specification:

  • Excellent planning and organisational skills.

  • Excellent communication combined with good commercial acumen.

  • Excellent technical agility in remote/digital direct customer impactful interactions.

  • Strong presentation skills and business analysis skills.

  • Teamwork, proactive collaboration and interaction with other teams.

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Quality Control Associate - Change Control

19/05/2021

We're recruiting for a Quality Assurance Officer, Change Control to join our global team. You'll work remotely, with a small amount of travel once the current restrictions are lifted. Our recruitment process is 100% remote and our robust onboarding process will ensure you have all the training and support you need to be successful in the role.

You'll have a solid understanding of the relationship of documentation and implementation of change including aspects of risk assessment, specifications, and regulatory requirements. This role will also support departmental initiatives to assist the other GxP areas of the Quality System.

Your key focus will be:

  • To support EUSA Teams with Change Control processes

  • To create and execute change controls via Veeva Vault with change control plans and ensure intended results are achieved, including planning, risk analysis, and implementation.

  • To Document and coordinate change control plans assessment and strategies in support with the end user and functional impacted areas.

  • Facilitate change control meetings for review and approval of change plans.

  • To support initial assessment of the risk of the change control to the quality, efficacy, and safety product.

  • To support applicable risk and/or product documentation.

  • To escalate any issue identified with the change control to the QA team as needed.

  • To define, with the collaboration of the cross functional team, risk control elements that must be implemented to mitigate the identified risk for the proposed changes.

  • Defines and measures success criteria and monitors change progress with stakeholders and QMS Manager and able to leverage available metrics and reports to identify opportunities to better support and drive model adoption and improve collaboration.

  • To ow change control metrics and identify measures that assess the effectiveness of change control; monitor open actions. Proactively communicates these metrics.

  • To support training efforts to provide input, documentation requirements for the change control training and measurement to ensure ongoing success and drive desired cultural attributes.

You'll also be responsible for:

  • SOP's and training

  • Deviation, customer complaint, CAPA 

  • Suppliers' qualification

  • Trends

  • Quality Management System (EQMS)

Technical/professional expertise required:

  • Degree qualified in either pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, or science related subject.

  • Clear understanding of Pharmaceutical Industry environment, regulations and constraints.

  • Knowledge and experience of working to quality programs such as GMP and GDP, ideally ISO 13485 standard.

  • Experience within the pharmaceutical or medical device industry, ideally in a similar position would be an advantage.

  • IT skills specifically MS Excel and MS Word, ideally Veeva Vault.

  • Demonstrated autonomy in the daily activity, autonomous, willingness to work in a multicultural environment interpersonal and communication skills (both written and verbal).

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Senior Quality Assurance Officer - EDMS

06/05/2021

Working in close collaboration with the QA team members, with the relevant departments in the company, and under the supervision of the QA Manager, as the Senior QA Officer EDMS, you will be in charge of managing the GxP quality processes, with a focus on GDP, in the running of the site’s Quality Management System.

As a member of our global Quality Team, you'll be responsible for:

SOPs and Training/Training Management

  • Train and coach EUSA employees on GMDP and quality processes in order to ensure the compliance of EUSA to the requirements of the regulations.

  • Lead the Quality element of our onboarding process, training and coaching all new joiners

  • To act as a role model and encourage a QA culture within EUSA Pharma.

  • To review SOPs and build and maintain training courses upon requirements, specifically focused on QA processes.

  • To provide feedback to the QA team on QA processes, identifying any issues and providing solutions.

QA document control system (back-up)

  • To manage our EDMS, including the administrator role performance (users’ creation, configuration, deletion).

  • To support implementation and training on the EDMS.

  • To ensure the system is up to date and accurate and ensuring that employee information is correct.

  • To provide support to all users of the QA document control system.

  • To provide training, documentation and a training overview.

  • To create and issue dashboards for monitoring purposes.

Technical/professional expertise required:

  • Degree qualified in either pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, or science related subject;

  • Clear understanding of Pharmaceutical Industry environment, regulations and constraints;

  • Knowledge and experience of working to quality programs such as GMP and GDP, ideally ISO 13485 standard.

  • Experience within the pharmaceutical or medical device industry, ideally in a similar position would be an advantage.

  • IT skills specifically MS Excel and MS Word, particularly Veeva Vault.

  • Demonstrated autonomy in the daily activity, autonomous, willingness to work in a multicultural environment interpersonal and communication skills (both written and verbal).

Personal specification

  • Autonomy

  • Good communication and influence skills

  • Team spirit oriented

  • Build strong relationships with internal customers

  • Work with all relevant staff to maintain the smooth running of day to day operations



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Rare Disease Specialist - Italy - Toscana, Emilia Romagna, Umbria, Marche

05/05/2021

The Rare Disease Specialist role is to promote the EUSA Pharma Rare Disease portfolio, to identify key accounts, and establish partnerships with key Health Care Professionals (HCPs), hospital pharmacists, payors and any other key stakeholder at a local (hospitals) and regional level when required. The RDS is accountable for the business results of a territory covering Toscana, Emilia Romagna, Umbria and Marche.

The RDS will build sustainable relationships with key stakeholders and leverage customer insights in order to develop strategies and solutions, which will facilitate access to the EUSA Pharma portfolio in the hospitals. Collaboration with local HCPs will be key to ensuring appropriate prescribing of our EUSA medications.

Technical and professional expertise required:

  • Minimum of 5 years’ pharmaceutical experience ideally in the hospital setting.

  • Rare Disease/Haematology/Oncology/niche/speciality product experience.

  • Experience/involvement in a successful recent product launch.

  • Knowledge of local market access/payor experience (hospital pharmacists and access process in the hospital setting) is essential.

  • Experience in digital multichannel impactful customer interaction.  Able to maximize impact of multichannel/digital tools and strategy on customers in his/her territory.

  • Excellence communication skills to drive impactful conversations with customers on phone, video, email, text face to face…

  • Project management successful experience focus in customer interaction for promotional purposes.

Personal Specification:

  • Life science degree or higher qualification is needed and Relevant experience in rare disease, haem/oncology is a plus.

  • Fluent written and spoken English 

  • Excellent planning & organisational skills.

  • Excellent communication combined with good commercial acumen.

  • Excellent technical agility in remote/digital direct customer impactful interactions.

  • Strong presentation skills and business analysis skills.

  • Teamwork, proactive collaboration and interaction with oth



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