During the different stages of Synthon’s development programs for generic medicines, the Clinical Research & Development and Toxicology department is responsible for designing and executing clinical studies to show bioavailability and bioequivalence of our medicines, eventually leading to a successful submission of the registration dossier to authorities. As project leader Clinical Research & Development you will determine the clinical strategy for your projects and discuss and evaluate the pharmaceutical and analytical R&D results. You will be responsible for the setup and execution of clinical studies for comparative bioavailability and bioequivalence testing, together with a Clinical Research associate. This entails selection and effective management of the external clinical research organizations, and keeping track of the clinical trial execution. Furthermore, you are responsible for writing medical reports that will be used in the registration of our medicines and for answering questions on clinical aspects of Synthon’s products from regulatory authorities and other sources.
Within a short timeframe after your employment, we expect you to be able to work independently on more projects simultaneously. You report to the vice president Clinical Research & Development and Toxicology.
Your letter and CV demonstrate that you have:
Experience in operational clinical and/or bibliographical research is a plus.
In interviews you will be able to demonstrate that:
You enjoy analyzing and evaluating medical publications. You have a pragmatic approach and you are able to maintain an overview of your tasks when working under time pressure. As a project leader you will be involved in several projects, so flexibility is your trademark.
Information and application
Contract hours: 32-40 hours.
Salary: depending on experience.
For further information, please contact Sandra van Os, vice president Clinical Research & Development and Toxicology at tel. +31 (0)24 - 372 77 00. If you are interested in this challenging position, we look forward to your application. You can apply via the apply button / link.
Please send your application before 8 April 2020. The first round of interviews will take place on 16 April 2019 and may consist of more than one interview.