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The Technical Medical Reviewer (TMR) is a key role within the UK Affiliate. The primary focus of the TMR is to review and approve UK affiliate materials across different therapeutic areas and brands.
The role will be based at LCCI in India.
Key Objectives / Deliverables :
Review and approve promotional and non-promotional materials across different therapeutic areas and brands in Veeva Vault PromoMats to ensure that materials are of high quality and in compliance with the UK ABPI Code of Practice.
Review materials against a checklist, proof-read and check medical content / claims against references.
Provide constructive comments and feedback on materials as required.
Review and approve materials in a timely manner.
Partner with the Marketing, Medical and Corporate Affairs teams on the review and approval of materials including attendance (via MS Teams) at any pre-approval meetings.
Keep up to date with developments relevant to the ABPI Code of Practice.
Life sciences or pharmacy degree
Minimum Experience / Skills
Review experience of marketing and medical materials in Veeva Vault PromoMats
Compliant, with strong attention to detail
High workload capacity including ability to manage and prioritize deliverables of a complex nature
Good interpersonal, communication and team-work skills
18 months in current role
Other Information / Additional Preferences :
Role to be based at LCCI in India but working with the UK affiliate
Working hours to overlap significantly with the UK (eg 9am-3pm GMT / BST)
Knowledge of the UK ABPI Code of Practice desirable but not essential