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Expanded Access Manager

Stevenage

Job Type

Job Function

Medical and Clinical

Location

Stevenage

On-Site or Remote

Job Type

Salary

Competitive salary and benefits

About the Role

*Job description* *Site Name:* UK - Hertfordshire - Stevenage *Posted Date:* Jan 17 2024 *387190 Expanded Access Manager (Open)* As Manager, Oncology Managed Access Program you will provide strategic and operational management for expanded access and/or compassionate use programs. This position is responsible for planning and operationalizing of asset based programs in conjunction with Global Medical Affairs Leads and sets up processes from initial patient request through program transition. We create a place where people can grow, be their best, be safe, and feel welcome, valued and included. We offer a competitive salary, an annual bonus based on company performance, healthcare and wellbeing programmes, pension plan membership, and shares and savings programme. We embrace modern work practises; our Performance with Choice programme offers a hybrid working model, empowering you to find the optimal balance between remote and in-office work. Discover more about our company wide benefits and life at GSK on our webpage *Life at GSK | GSK* *In this role you will * - Work with internal stakeholders, provide operational leadership for GSK oncology expanded access/compassionate programs including plans and strategies for footprint, drug supply, regulatory coordination, physician oversight, vendor set up and management, safety reporting, and other related activities accordance with GSK Policies and SOPs - Oversee the management of vendors associated with access programs - Set up operations to ensure rapid response to requests from physicians regarding patient access to EAP/CU programs - Provide regular status updates on program utilization to internal stakeholders - Provide operational input and assistance when required - Establish strong relationships with all stakeholders, including Global Medical Affairs colleagues, LOCs, physicians, program managers, regulatory and safety teams *Why you?* *Basic Qualifications & Skills:* *We are looking for professionals with these required skills to achieve our goals:* - BSc degree in a life science related field - Demonstrable, varied, and progressive experience in a professional scientific or clinical role, either in Medical Affairs/Clinical Operations or at a relevant institution or vendor - Experience managing an individual compassionate use program or Expanded Access Program, or proven experience managing clinical research studies in a professional setting - Oncology medical or scientific experience very much desired - Experience managing Vendors - Demonstrated knowledge of protocol design in oncology studies. - Strong planning and project management skills *Closing Date for Applications – February 2nd, 2024 (COB)* Please take a copy of the Job Description, as this will not be available post closure of the advert. 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