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Accounts Payable Analyst - 6 month fixed-term contract


You will ensure that incoming supplier invoices are dealt with quickly and that they are uploaded accurately and within agreed timelines onto the EUSA accounting system to ensure deadlines (payment dates) are met. You will use the aged creditors report to see what is outstanding and liaise with the relating vendor contact (externally) and business (internally) to bring the relevant ledger to a balance.

Other queries sent to the finance main invoice email address are also managed by the AP Analyst. If emails relate to different entities, then you’ll quickly allocate the query to the right person to deal with.

In addition, this role will provide a support service to our General Managers, Sales Managers, Marketing Managers and Medical Director as and when required by the business.

Experience and skills required:

The successful candidate will be an organised and enthusiastic person with great communication skills.

A good team player is essential for this role, combined with a strong desire and willingness to learn and take on new tasks.

You will be able to demonstrate the ability to work well under pressure and to strict deadlines.

Experience in working with manual and automated accounts payable processes

Experience of Concur will be useful

Intermediate Microsoft office skills, including Word, Excel, Outlook.

Enthusiastic, organised, good communicator.

Solid numeracy skills are essential

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Senior Brand Manager, UK and RoI, Recordati Rare Diseases


The primary responsibilities of the Senior Brand Manager here at Recordati Rare Diseases are optimising our market position by the development of a comprehensive marketing plan to deliver sales and marketing objectives, within agreed budget, through close collaboration and alignment with other business functions. The Senior Brand Manager will fully understand customer insights and understand how to build on this for the success of Recordati Rare Diseases across the UK and RoI.

Strategic brand planning including generation and sharing of customer insights in order to develop market understanding, delivering brand plans for established and launch products, accurately monitoring marketing spend and report to manager at monthly intervals. In addition, tracking national performance and using this information to inform accurate sales forecasting.

Operational planning and execution including developing and executing robust tactical plans in line with the marketing strategy, reviewing communication options and determining optimal channel mix, delivering multichannel tools to drive customer engagement and working with our international marketing teams on sales and marketing materials for key products and local adaptation. You will be the lead on the delivery of speaker symposia, consultant programmes and congresses and deliver product training and selling tools to best fit local capabilities and opportunities, ensuring all activity complies with company standards and the relevant country code of practice.

Success measurement including identifying a range of metrics and select appropriate measures and providing regular reports on the implementation of marketing plans for the business.

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QA Complaints and Distribution Lead - UK or France


Working within the Global Quality Team for our Oncology Franchise, the Complaints and Distribution Lead will report to the Associate Director of QA, based in the UK. Collaborating closely with the company RPs and QA team members and other teams across the company, the Complaints and Distribution Lead will manage the GxP quality processes with a focus on GDP, in the running of the company’s QMS. Here at EUSA, the Quality Management System (QMS) supports GXP activities on our pharmaceutical products according to the highest standards of accuracy, and the Complaints and Distribution Lead is a hands-on pivotal role in our QA team.

Candidates can be based in either France (Lyon area) or the UK, and must have the right to live and work in the applicable country as EUSA Pharma are not able to offer sponsorship or relocation.

Key accountabilities

Complaints management – managing our complaints system by ensuring all complaints are logged in the company database. Monitoring and coordinating complaints investigation at partner level and performing the monthly PV/complaint reconciliation with our partners

Change control, deviation, CAPA and audit systems – investigating deviations and completing CAPA and change control actions in a timely manner, managing documentation associated with these systems and supporting internal audit and inspection readiness processes

Product return process – managing the return process in conjunction with our CSO and logistics teams, ensuring all return documentation is completed correctly, timely and in line with relevant SOPs

Supplier qualification – Supporting the partner qualification process including the maintenance of the supplier qualification database and obtaining partners’ licences to operate

Trends – Issuing key performance indicators and creating dashboards of related processes for monitoring purposes and trend analysis.

Stakeholder management – chairing meetings with internal and external stakeholders to ensure that quality events including complaints and deviations are fully investigated and reported and providing periodic updates to the company’s RPs to ensure regulatory compliance.

Technical/professional expertise required:

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

A minimum of 2 years’ experience in the pharmaceutical industry to ensure a clear understanding of the industry environment, regulations and constraints.

Knowledge and experience of working to quality programs such as GMP and GDP are essential, 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).

Additional European languages i.e. French and German, would be preferred

Personal specification:

Ability to work autonomously without immediate supervision

Good communication and influencing skills

Team spirit oriented

Able to build strong relationships with internal and external customers around the world

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Client Services Specialist - German and Spanish speaking


We are recruiting for a Spanish and German speaking Client Services Operations Specialist on a 12 month, fixed-term basis, with the possibility of permanent employment in 2023, to actively manage client accounts. We offer excellent training and career development plus a competitive salary and benefits package. Candidates must have the right to live and work in the UK.

Your role will involve active management of several client accounts within a specific region, including the set up and amendment of master data, processing orders, shipments, complaints, and queries. You’ll be responsible for storage and organisation of data related to the role, in line with agreed guidelines, to ensure compliance and accuracy.

When required, you will also support customers in other regions, with hands-on management of customer purchase orders, tracking, invoicing, filing, and answering general order-related customer queries. Proactive Interaction with both external and internal customers/clients via a variety of mediums will be key to the role.

You will liaise and collaborate with other departments within the business including, but not limited to, Commercial Teams and Supply Chain and Logistics, with a view to sharing customer information and facilitating best practice across the business. You will actively participate in cross-functional initiatives and meetings, to help you understand additional customer and business needs.

Experience required:

Experience of export in either a customer service or logistics background is preferred, Experience within the pharmaceutical, medical device or healthcare sectors would be preferred

Background in Proficiency in the use of ERP systems for customer master data and order entry

Competent in the use of Microsoft Office tools

Working knowledge of Quality Management Systems and their function and usage in a regulated environment

Business knowledge in relation to finance and distribution process and how this relates to client services

Fluent, written and spoken in English, Spanish and German is essential. Additional fluency in at least one other European language would be useful

Minimum 2 years’ client services experience in a business-to-business environment

Experience within the pharmaceutical, medical device or healthcare sectors would be preferred

Proficiency in the use of ERP systems for customer master data and order entry

Monthly or twice-monthly visits to the Hemel Hempstead office, i.e. for team meetings, will be required

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Medical Science Liaison - Southern Germany


Reporting to the DACH Medical Director and working as part of a dynamic, supportive and well-respected team, the Medical Science Liaison (MSL) will provide customer-oriented activities, giving medical and scientific support for Oncology products in a territory covering Southern Germany, Austria and Switzerland in accordance with local codes of practice in place. Candidates must be based on the territory, i.e. Austria, Bavaria, or Baden Wurttemberg.

The MSL will develop professional relationships with key customers to understand and improve the patient care journey (e.g. diagnosis, accessibility to treatment or diagnosis, disease awareness, and facilitate the development of scientific programs). Through participation in the training of regional and national experts on the scientific data of drugs for which he/she is responsible, the MSL will become an expert in their rare disease field.

The Medical Science Liaison is expected to spend approximately 70% of their time on customer-facing activities during the year.

Key responsibilities:

Scientific Expertise: Establish themselves as an internal and external product and diseases state expert, communicate and disseminate scientific information, ensure impactful customer interaction, deliver internal and external product and disease state training

KOL Management: Serve as primary scientific contact with HCPs, coordinate and engage medical interactions with KOLs, organize specific events and develop medical collaboration

Territory Management: Implement and track territory plan including treatment pathways, protocols as well as practices, analysis of hospitals, KOLs, competitor activities, studies and trends

Ownership of medically led projects: Represent the medical department and the company at national and international meetings, congresses and symposia and reporting from relevant sessions

Technical and professional expertise required

  • Strong communicator in a one to one and group and remote 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.

Be able to tailor communication across multiple health care professional groups.

Key skills and behaviours:

  • Fluent German and English Skills.

  • Life Sciences Degree essential, PhD or MSc preferred.

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Financial Manager, Statutory Reporting - 6 month fixed term contract


As a result of business growth and EUSA Pharma’s acquisition by Recordati s.p.a earlier this year, we’re recruiting for a dynamic and enthusiastic Financial Manager, Statutory Reporting on a six-month fixed term contract basis. This is an exciting opportunity which would suit a newly qualified (ACA preferred), accountant looking to gain experience in an exciting and fast paced global business. Candidates must have the right to live/work in the UK and be available for a start date of 1st December 2022.

The role will provide comprehensive support to the centralised global finance, supply chain and customer services functions, and have responsibility for the preparation and submission of financial and taxation related statutory filings within the EUSA Group. In addition, you will provide support to the Senior Financial Manager Statutory Reporting and Finance Director of Recordati Rare Disease who has overall responsibility for all aspects of finance. At present EUSA has subsidiaries in the UK, USA, France, Germany, Portugal, The Netherlands, Denmark, Spain, Italy and Korea.

What you’ll do in the role:

Financial management/reporting

  • Preparation of year-end statutory financial statements for group entities including main statements, notes and all supporting workings

  • Preparation of subsidiary financial statements with the assistance of overseas tax advisors

  • Ensure that VAT, Intrastat, income tax and all similar and related statutory submissions are filed accurately and timeously, on a monthly, quarterly and annual basis, in all jurisdictions, and to ensure payments are accrued correctly, and made on time.

  • Manage the year end statutory audit for the group entities liaising with EUSA teams and external auditor

  • Manage external VAT, Intrastat or tax audits, liaising with external tax advisors

  • Ensure that VAT returns reconcile to the General Ledgers of all legal entities and follow up of all reconciling items.

  • Responsible for any other ad-hoc or routine financial or taxation related filings in all jurisdictions.

Financial Control

  • Ensure VAT is correctly processed by all system users on Navision according to local legislation.

  • Responsible to ensure Navision is up to date with business or regulatory changes according to local legislation.

  • Responsible to ensure all supporting processes are in place to collate and coordinate the collection of information required in the above statutory filings.

  • Ensure EUSA is compliant with all local regulatory requirements regarding the retention of records and supporting documentation.

Technical/professional expertise required:

  • ACA qualified accountant, ideally trained at an audit practice, experienced in preparation of statutory accounts.

  • Experience in International VAT reporting, EC sales and Intrastat reporting, with specific exposure to global trading in goods, and specifically between EU countries.

  • Industry experience preferably within the pharmaceutical sector.

  • Strong Excel / data analysis skills.

  • Navision experience would be preferred

Personal specification

  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills.

  • French and German language skills are desirable.

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Marketing Manager - CEE Region - Recordati Rare Disease


The primary responsibilities of the Marketing Manager across the CEE region will be to optimise the market position of all Recordati Rare Disease (RRD) brands by the development of a comprehensive strategic marketing plan for a group of brands, to deliver sales and marketing objectives within agreed budget. Working in close collaboration with other key internal stakeholders and external agencies across the CEE region including Poland, Hungary, Czechia and Slovakia, you will fully understand customer insights and understand how to build on this for the success of Recordati Rare Disease.

Key responsibilities:

• Marketing analysis and insights
• Strategic brand planning and development of the brand strategy across a group of
brands covering multiple countries
• 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 and people management
• Act as a highly effective leader providing support and mentoring to the matrix team and
possible future direct reports, 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

    Technical and professional expertise

    • University degree level or equivalent (Scientific/Business)
    • 3-5 Years’ experience in a similar role
    • Proven track record in achieving sales and marketing goals
    • Campaign development from initiation to execution
    • Extensive launch experience for a multi-product portfolio of at least 3 brands
    • Possess a deep understanding of the marketing process
    • Demonstrable experience of omni-channel marketing, particularly the creation of
    podcasts, landing pages and viral marketing
    • At least 7 full cycles of the strategic and tactical planning process
    • Experience in managing branding, medical education and/or PR agencies
    • Have a solid understanding of how to interpret market intelligence and datasets (e.g.
    IMS) and to evaluate. the effectiveness of the marketing intervention on the
    • Pharmaceutical or medical device industry experience is preferred
    • Excellent interpersonal skills with a track record of effectiveness as a cross-functional
    team player and project leader who gets results
    • Possess excellent organisational skills, good attention to detail and a strong sense
    of responsibility
    • Project management experience across non-marketing projects
    • An individual who will thrive in a challenging and rapidly evolving internal

    Personal specification

    • Willingness to travel – although this is a remote-based role, there will be occasional
    travel to other EU countries and regular travel within the country of origin
    • Must have excellent written and spoken English
    • Organised with a good level of analytical skills
    • Able to work in a specialist area
    • Excellent communication skills written, oral and presentation
    • Computer literate in Microsoft programmes, including, but not limited to, Excel,
    PowerPoint and Word
    • Self-motivated with desire to expand skill set and overcome challenges
    • Ability to work autonomously as well as part of a team
    • Entrepreneurial forward-thinking outlook

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Head of Clinical Development - Recordati Rare Disease


The purpose of the role is to lead the Clinical Development Team and work with all centrally managed groups, including Clinical Operations, Regulatory, Safety, Preclinical and CMC teams, to efficiently develop new drugs and manage life cycle programs of marketed drugs, in line with the agreed strategy for the Rare Diseases business and in compliance with all applicable laws/regulations, internal procedures and Group standards.

Education and experience
• Medical degree, PharmD or PhD with strong scientific background
• Solid experience (minimum 15 years) in Clinical Development
• Experience in multiple therapeutic areas including Oncology
• Knowledge in the rare diseases field or in niche market products
• Experience in management of multi-cultural projects/studies
• Knowledge of clinical program requirements
• Experience in conducting clinical trials from design to reporting
• Experience in regulatory submissions, reviews and approvals

• Ability to coach, motivate and guide people in matrix structures
• Excellent communication skills
• Fluent in English
• Open to new methods, ideas or approaches
• Capacity to manage multiple projects
• Business Acumen
• Considerable organisation awareness including experience working cross-functionally
and in global teams
• Excellence in team working and building relationships across internal and external
stakeholders, both in Europe and across global landscape
• Have exhibited strong leadership
• Flexible and adaptable
• Positive thinking and enthusiasm

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Head of Regulatory Affairs, Recordati Rare Disease


The role is responsible for all regulatory matters of existing portfolio across the Rare Diseases BU portfolio, as well as those related to business development opportunities. The Head of Regulatory Affairs RD BU is accountable for the definition and implementation of the regulatory strategy/plans for the development of new medicines as well as the maintenance of marketed drugs, in line with the BU plans and in compliance with any applicable national and international laws and regulations

Education and experience
• Solid experience (minimum 15 years) in the management of international regulatory
• Proven success in regulatory submissions, particularly EMA and FDA, and management
of post-approval obligations including clinical studies and Registries
• Considerable experience in management of a cross-functional team and portfolio of
• Knowledge in the rare diseases field or in niche market products
• Experience in international context
• Higher post-graduate medical/business qualifications essential

• Ability to manage, motivate and guide people in matrix structures
• Excellent leadership skills
• Excellent data handling and complex analytical abilities
• Strong communication and organisation skills
• Fluent in English
• Capacity to support high workload and to manage multiple projects
• Flexible and adaptable
• Hands on, team-work spirit. Able to work in multifunctional teams.
• Positive thinking and enthusiasm

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Rare Disease Specialist - South West France


EUSA Pharma was acquired by the Recordati Group in March 2022.
Rare Diseases (RRD) develops high-impact therapies for devastating rare diseases. At RRD, we focus on the few - those affected by rare diseases. They are our top priority and at the core of everything we do. 

The RDS will be accountable for the business results of a territory covering South West France including Nouvelle Aquitaine (87, 23, 19, 16, 17, 86, 79, 24, 47, 33, 40, 64), Midi Pyrénées (46, 12, 81, 82, 31, 09, 32, 65) and other areas (85, 36, 15). Applicants must be based on the territory.

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.

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Medical Science Liaison, Nordics and Baltics


Reporting to the General Manager for the Nordics and Baltics, this role will be responsible for customer-oriented activities and medical and scientific support for the RRD oncology portfolio across the Nordics and Baltics region, in accordance with local codes of practice in place. Working as a member of a small, highly effective, and collaborative team, the MSL Nordics and Baltics will develop professional relationships with key customers to understand and improve the patient care journey, for example diagnosis, accessibility to treatment or diagnosis, disease awareness, and facilitating the development of scientific programs.

The MSL will be instrumental in driving the training of regional and national experts on the scientific data relating to the RRD oncology portfolio. The role will be primarily field-based; at least 70% of the MSL’s activities will be customer-facing.

Key responsibilities
• Ensure timely and informative scientific / medical exchanges with external customers
and internal partners, which accurately reflect scientific data, in accordance with
compliance policies and procedures as well as with legal and ethical standards

• As the local point of contact with patients’ associations or other representatives, the MSL
will ensure continuous medical education, clinical doubts resolution and responses to
solicited requests of information
• Deliver medical / scientific training to healthcare professionals on the scientific data of
drugs for the RRD oncology portfolio across the region
• Be the product’s medical reference for the field force, the physicians and for HQ bringing
medical expertise
• Alongside the Medical department, the MSL will monitor the needs of each key opinion
leader (KOL) or hospital regarding scientific questions and support medical information
in building these responses
• Identify, build and maintain strong relationship with local opinion leaders, promoting the
publication of interesting case reports, encouraging doctors to present real world
evidence data in congresses and meetings and develop actions plans by territory with
the Key Account Manager (KAM) in line with the brand plan
• Develop opportunities to generate local data including poster, publication and speaker
presentations and facilitate the organisation of advisory boards and scientific meeting
related to the top priority brands
• Act as an ethical leader, work in team and demonstrate excellent awareness of the
ethical, governance and compliance framework both internally and externally.

Skills and experience required
• Relevant graduate degree (Master's Degree at a minimum). Pharm.D., Ph.D., M.D. would
be advantageous.
• Experience in pharmaceutical/biotechnology industry (5+ years)
• Knowledge of the rare disease, oncology or haematology field
• Highly articulate and persuasive during formal and informal presentations, able to
convey complex, scientific ideas fluently to any audience in a concise and effective
• Experience in an international organisation and environment with large or medium size

Characteristics and personal attributes needed
• Positive thinking, cooperative, enthusiastic and team spirited
• Flexible and adaptable
• Strong interpersonal skills with ability to work with others as well as independently
• Capacity to work effectively on multi-disciplinary teams in order to achieve desired
• Problem solving and analytical thinking abilities
• Comfortable working independently

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Medical Science Liaison - South East USA


Territory: Kentucky, West Virginia, Virginia, Tennessee, North Carolina, South Carolina, Alabama, Georgia, Florida

Preferred Location of Candidate: North Carolina, Florida, DC region
Candidates must live within one of the states in the territory

Key accountabilities
1. 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.
2. Lead and deliver complex activities to customers to further enhance medical’s reputation
as a trusted and valued partner to customers
3. Implement the US medical plan
4. Extract and share back high value medical insights that help shape the medical and
clinical strategy
5. Business Development

Technical/professional expertise
• MSL Experience: 0-1yr experience for entry level MSL (industry or clinical experience
• Advanced degree (MD, PhD, PharmD) or NP/PA preferred or MSN with relevant
• 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
• 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 and
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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