Global Correlative Science Leader

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6 months
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Have you been looking for a position with responsibility at an international pharmaceutical company? Look no further - read the description below and take your career in your own hands.

A leading pharmaceutical company is currently seeking an Global Correlative Science Leader in Basel for 6 months. This is a global pharmaceutical company with presence around Europe. This is a company of heritage, and prestige. They are well-known for their ability in pioneering science. They operate an open-minded environment, particularly within this collaborative oncology study team, where you will be empowered with the relevant decision-making authority, but will equally be accountable for your actions and responsibilities. This is an international, English-speaking environment.

This position requires the following skills:

Ph.D. with minimum 7 years experience in Correlative Sciences. Preferably in Oncology biomarkers OR MD or MDPhD with a minimum of 2 years experience in development & implementation of patient selection and other correlative strategies for clinical programs and/or oncology clinical trial experience.
Team Player Qualities
Ability to work within matrix organizations
Strong negotiation skills
Publications in top-tier journals

This position entitles these main duties:

Ensuring timely execution of patient selection, stratification, pharmacodynamic and correlative studies for clinical trials by working with internal stakeholders (global line functions) and external partners (clinical research organizations and Academic Labs) for assigned program(s) with limited oversight.
Directly responsible for Science programs supporting two Global Project Teams (GPT).
Contributes input to the clinical team for assay development and other research-related activities.
Responsible for writing clinical documents including Clinical Development Plan, Clinical Study Protocols, Investigator Brochures, and Clinical Study Reports (CSRs)
Contributes scientific and technical sections of key regulatory documents including INDs, FDA briefing books, and submission documents.
Partners with Biomarker Clinical Managers (BCMs) and other internal stakeholders to ensure all aspects of data collection are executed with high quality, including correlative science analysis plan, data formatting and transfer specifications, eCRF page design, and monitoring plans for correlative study samples.
Actively coaches other team members through knowledge sharing.
If you are interested in this position or similar ones, contact me today, for immediate consideration.

Sebastian Spaniol

Email: s.spaniol"@"

Tel: 0041 (0)

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