Clinical Science Liaison (Southern)

Alternative Resources Company

Clinical Science Liaison (Southern)

Clinical Science Liaison
 
Territories:
  • Southern region
 
The Clinical Science Liaison is part of Global Clinical Operations supporting conduct of clinical trial program comprised of several pilot and pivotal trials in lung, pancreatic, ovarian and hepatocellular cancer.  This is a full-time, exempt, field-based role.  Focus of this position is on the scientific training of and communication with key opinion leaders and physicians involved in clinical research of solid tumors.  It will allow you to spearhead the clinical development of a novel technology which has potential to shift the treatment paradigm in oncology.
  
Responsibilities
  • Deep knowledge and understanding of scientific data related to solid tumors
  • Development of strong and productive relationships with clinical investigators
  • Appropriate dissemination of clinical and scientific information related to company’s clinical program
  • External communication with investigators and clinical research professionals during conferences, scientific meetings, symposia, webinars and individual meetings
  • Support of clinical trial teams in identification of potential new investigators and clinical sites, and in the development of relationships with these potential investigators.
  • Input in the clinical protocol development
  • Input in data related to DSMB
  • Act as the first point of contact for clinical and medical clarification from investigative sites
  • Support clinical patient enrollment efforts
  
Qualifications
  • Terminal scientific degree (MD, PhD, PharmD) required. MD preferred.
  • 3+ years of experience in clinical research in a similar position
  • Extensive medical, scientific and clinical research knowledge
  • Oncology experience (solid tumor) and/or Rare Disease highly preferred.
  • Medical/scientific and clinical research knowledge
  • Very good presentation skills
  • Advanced communication and interpersonal skills (both written and verbal)
  • Able to work independently, exercise sound judgment, and escalate issues when necessary
  • Able to work efficiently and collaboratively under pressure
  • Able to travel up to 50-60% of time (mainly US and Canada, Europe on occasion)