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  • Process Specialist Demand Planning - Star Medical
    000 35 000 35 000 40 000 40 000 50 000 50 000 60 000 60 000 70 000 70 000 Any Area Capital equipment Consumables Dental Diagnostics Healthcare Healthcare IT Nursing Nutrition Service Providers Private Surgical Ortho and Devices Woundcare Any Area Biometrics Business Development Clinical Operations Clinical Research Drug Safety Pharmacovigilance Medical Affairs Medical Information Medical Writing Nurse Advisor Manager Quality Assurance Regulatory Affairs Any Area Advertising Digital Market Research Med Ed Med Comms Public Relations Research Apply Now Name Phone Email CV Message Ref 1602 69 Process Specialist Demand Planning Location East Riding Humberside Salary 80k Type Permanent Process Specialist Demand Planning East Yorkshire highly attractive salary and benefits package Our client is a global medical technology business that s dedicated to improving people s lives with almost 11 000 employees and a presence in more than 90 countries They have leadership positions in Orthopaedic Reconstruction Advanced Wound Management Sports Medicine and Trauma Extremities and Fixation They re recruiting for Demand Planning expert to lead the design development change management implementation training and benefit delivery of improved Demand Planning systems and processes The post holder will be the key change agent and technical supply chain authority for decision making regarding Demand Planning and will lead complex cross process and multi functional decision making The Process Specialist s key responsibilities include Create and maintain a road map for system and process improvement and the continuous improvement in Demand Planning Lead complex multi dimensional business problem solving Design and improve Demand Planning systems and processes using lean techniques where appropriate with due recognition of the effect on adjacent processes and functions Lead the development of Demand Planning strategy across the business Ensure that a standard approach to Demand Planning execution is adopted through tool deployment training education and continuous

    Original URL path: http://www.starmedical.co.uk/job/process-specialist-demand-planning-1602-69/ (2016-02-16)
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  • UK Advocacy Manager - Star Medical
    Denbighshire Flintshire Gwynedd Isle of Anglesey Merthyr Tydfil Monmouthshire Neath Port Talbot Newport Pembrokeshire Powys Rhondda Cynon Taf Swansea Torfaen Vale of Glamorgan Wrexham Any Salary 20 000 25 000 25 000 30 000 30 000 35 000 35 000 40 000 40 000 50 000 50 000 60 000 60 000 70 000 70 000 Any Area Capital equipment Consumables Dental Diagnostics Healthcare Healthcare IT Nursing Nutrition Service Providers Private Surgical Ortho and Devices Woundcare Any Area Biometrics Business Development Clinical Operations Clinical Research Drug Safety Pharmacovigilance Medical Affairs Medical Information Medical Writing Nurse Advisor Manager Quality Assurance Regulatory Affairs Any Area Advertising Digital Market Research Med Ed Med Comms Public Relations Research Apply Now Name Phone Email CV Message Ref 1602 72 UK Advocacy Manager Location All Salary Competitive Type Permanent Our client is an R D based Pharma company who specialise in the development and marketing of products in Neurology They are currently looking to recruit a UK Advocacy Manager who will create the optimal environment to enable the achievement of commercial objectives The main responsibilities of the role will be to Identify a list of opinion leaders that will be critical to the future success if APO Go and other Britannia brands including healthcare professionals patient organisations and members of government responsible for shaping NHS policy Develop and implement a stakeholder management plan to proactively build and enhance sustainable relationships with targeted advocates and decision makers on a national basis having gained a thorough insight and understanding of their needs and motivation Create and action account activity plans for the key sub bodies to ensure positive review outcomes and optimal positioning on treatment guidelines Develop and implement ally building strategies related to the business future pipeline and policy agenda helping shape future strategic plans Internally to

    Original URL path: http://www.starmedical.co.uk/job/uk-advocacy-manager-1602-72/ (2016-02-16)
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  • IT Business Analyst - Star Medical
    Dunbartonshire City of Dundee East Lothian City of Edinburgh Fife City of Glasgow Inverness shire Kincardineshire Kinross shire Kirkcudbrightshire Lanarkshire Midlothian Moray Nairnshire Orkney Peeblesshire Perthshire Renfrewshire Ross and Cromarty Ross shire Roxburghshire Selkirkshire Shetland Stirlingshire Sutherland West Lothian Wigtownshire Northern Ireland Antrim Armagh City of Belfast Down Fermanagh Londonderry City of Derry Tyrone Wales Blaenau Gwent Caerphilly Cardiff Carmarthenshire Ceredigion Conwy Denbighshire Flintshire Gwynedd Isle of Anglesey Merthyr Tydfil Monmouthshire Neath Port Talbot Newport Pembrokeshire Powys Rhondda Cynon Taf Swansea Torfaen Vale of Glamorgan Wrexham Any Salary 20 000 25 000 25 000 30 000 30 000 35 000 35 000 40 000 40 000 50 000 50 000 60 000 60 000 70 000 70 000 Any Area Capital equipment Consumables Dental Diagnostics Healthcare Healthcare IT Nursing Nutrition Service Providers Private Surgical Ortho and Devices Woundcare Any Area Biometrics Business Development Clinical Operations Clinical Research Drug Safety Pharmacovigilance Medical Affairs Medical Information Medical Writing Nurse Advisor Manager Quality Assurance Regulatory Affairs Any Area Advertising Digital Market Research Med Ed Med Comms Public Relations Research Apply Now Name Phone Email CV Message Ref 1602 71 IT Business Analyst Location Hertfordshire Salary Competitive Type Permanent IT Business Analyst Hertfordshire high competitive package Our client is a leading global research based healthcare company that develops products to meet unmet medical needs They re expanding their team to meet the needs of a growing portfolio in specialist disease areas and several planned product launches The IT Business Analyst will support the IT Lead on the Serialisation Traceability Project in the implementation qualification and management of a Serialisation System for the identity and traceability of packaging materials The IT Business Analyst s main duties responsibilities include Relationship Management with Suppliers and internal service providers Writing and executing Qualification documentation Develop and execute End

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  • How to Get into Pharma – Star Medical
    Industry s ABPI Code of Practice for the Pharmaceutical Industry at arm s length of the ABPI You must have been entered for it within a year of starting work as a representative The PMCPA ensures that the promotion of medicines to health professionals and administrative staff is carried out within a robust framework that makes sure patient care is of the highest possible quality The Code also sets standards relating to the provision of information to patients the public and relationships with patient groups To move onwards and upwards in your career you ll need to demonstrate that you re able to deliver on your sales and activity results Successful pharma sales representatives do have multiple career options available to them many go on to excel in sales training area management and product management marketing based roles As well as a good starting wage many pharma reps benefit from very competitive perks and bonus opportunities because reps often work from home and or spend a lot of time in the car covering their territory They often benefit from a company car or car allowance and a laptop How to organise shadowing Every day we receive countless requests from people asking us to help them organise field visits Whilst it would be easy for us to do so if you re asking us this question you re probably missing the point To be brutal how can we take you seriously if you haven t experienced first hand elements of your chosen career In view of the overwhelming competition to secure jobs within the pharmaceutical industry the answer is probably not You must also understand that pharma sales is not a soft option You ll need levels of business acumen resilience flexibility and drive that are well above those required in other sales professions Taking the time to shadow a pharma representative demonstrates that you re serious and perhaps more importantly offers you the chance to make sure you ve made the right decision As with your future sales role arranging to shadow a rep will probably present a few challenges unless you re lucky enough to know a pharma representative already Many pharmaceutical companies don t allow their representatives to take non employees on the road Your ability to overcome minor hurdles will further serve as evidence that you have the necessary tenacity to excel in the pharma sales arena Below you ll find a number of ways to gain contact with a helpful pharma representative Via your local Doctors Surgery You could talk with your GP or with the Practice Manager at your local surgery Explain that you re planning a career in the pharmaceutical industry and that you need to shadow a pharma representative Ask them for some personal introductions or for some contact details of the representatives that they know Another approach would be to ask the Practice Manager for work experience Offer your services free of charge for a few days In doing so it s

    Original URL path: http://www.starmedical.co.uk/youre-job-hunting/pharma/how-to-get-into-pharma/ (2016-02-16)
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  • How to Write a Great CV – Star Medical
    to write a mediocre CV at the last minute a good CV gives a recruiter a detailed impression of you from only a glance They can tell right away who has taken time to prepare and who s rushed it Regard your CV and application letter as work in progress and give it a polish every couple of months You never know when you might need it Think like a journalist For each occupation and each level of each occupation and for changes of career and country there are key things you need to say on your CV that recruiters want to hear If you already know what those things are make a list before you start writing to help concentrate your thoughts If you need more information speak to your recruiter to find out what buzzwords concepts and competencies will carry conviction Make your CV interesting A boring format or copy of your job definition makes very dull reading for recruiters your CV needs to hook your recruiter s interest pretty much straight away Spend a bit of time thinking about how you ll sell yourself to your reader what makes you stand out from the crowd The story of your career needs to convince your recruiter that you re worth meeting You need to contextualise your achievements and tell your recruiter what value you can add to an employer s future It s all about the detail Recruiters will look to your CV for a full understanding of your experience with different product groups we want to know the level of engagement you ve secured with your customer base and how high up the food chain you ve worked Recruiters like to see results and financials sales versus target specific detailed information Don t forget that structure and presentation is critical Keep it short and punchy Write a small personal profile including your contact details and education including a degree if you have one and its classification then move on to what you re doing now At the beginning of each employment section make sure that you state the role the company and the dates you worked there beginning with your most recent post Below each employment heading put down perhaps three bullet points about the role something along the lines of who you sold to what you sold and the geography you worked Now list your achievements but make sure they re comparative if you achieved 100 versus the national average don t forget to tell your reader what the national average is Bullet points are a great space saver but you must make sure they relate to each other in a logical way and carry their own merit A list of superlative claims without evidence won t fool anyone Your CV should be no more than two pages long Only people with around 25 or more years of experience warrant a third page Stay away from titles like Profile Career Objective and Skills All you really

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  • Pharma Job Interview Tips & Advice – Star Medical
    you at assessment centre final interview will you need to present or participate in role play or group exercises If you have to present make sure that you put the appropriate effort into your work it s an excellent opportunity to showcase your skills and demonstrate your willingness to go the extra mile Finishing touches Always ask questions at the end of the interview it gives you the opportunity to show that you ve given serious thought to the role and organisation To avoid at all costs Swearing inappropriate language or flippant remarks A confrontational approach Never be late If there really are travel problems outside of your control let your interviewer know as soon as possible Never blag Don t be negative about a current or previous employer employers want positive adaptable people How to deliver a great presentation The key to making an impact is preparation Stick to the brief and the timelines and make it specific to the role you re applying for generic presentations are a no no And once you ve done all that practise practise and practise some more Before working on content determine your audience s level of knowledge It s important not to bore or patronise your listeners with information they already know but conversely don t overestimate their level of understanding either If you re not sure you may like to begin by explaining what assumptions you ve made about your audience s understanding and how you ve structured the presentation Don t try to do too much Keep your interview presentation visually succinct Keep text to a minimum highlighting your fundamental points only reading aloud from a text heavy presentation is dull and uninspiring for your listener You should use your slide to capture the main points of a particular argument and talk around those points instead your listeners will find this approach much more engaging Incorporate some meaningful examples and or case studies to support your key points Case studies should add weight to your argument Only include information that s accurate and supportable if questioned Ensure that your presentation is visually accessible using a large clear font and unobtrusive graphics and avoid gimmicky and distracting PowerPoint features Practise makes perfect leave notes where you need to and practise your presentation as if you were delivering it for your audience and time it If you re concerned about overrunning work out beforehand what slides you may be able to skip over during the presentation if time is tight You should practically know your presentation inside out if you ve prepared adequately Whilst running through attempt to put yourself in the mind of your audience if you can anticipate any questions that may crop up and prepare answers beforehand or where necessary resolve any pre empted questions in your information A good conclusion will summarise the main points that you want your audience to take away Any prominent key ideas selling points should be clearly and concisely reiterated at the

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  • Find a Pharma Job | Star Medical
    general practice staff This information will then be used to help shape future sales strategies Some practices have developed No Reps policies mostly to increase the amount of time GPs nurses and pharmacists can spend helping patients This will mean that you must be creative in recognising opportunities to establish relationships usually by taking advantage of conferences and other networking opportunities Candidates are usually educated to degree level and will need to possess an ABPI certification by the end of their first year in the role Prior completion is advantageous In lieu of a degree general nurses who graduated from diploma courses are usually accepted Specialist medical or pharmaceutical knowledge is extremely beneficial and you should have some experience of selling Due to the nature of the role you may be expected to have a driving licence Successful GP Sales Representatives have excellent interpersonal skills and are able to build strong relationships quickly and easily They must be fast learners and should be able to meet sales targets A willingness to travel is often crucial Health Economist As a Health Economist you will provide a company with strong compelling cost analysis reports in order to ensure that products are properly priced You will play a key role in making sure each new drug passes regulatory specifications regarding its cost effectiveness In order for a pharmaceutical product to become successful it must be cost effective its benefits must justify its price You will build a comprehensive database of material relevant to a particular product or product range and will use that information to help demonstrate the benefits of the product essentially promoting its cost effectiveness for healthcare providers This is a complex process The price strengths and limitations of competitor products must be taken into account as must the general demand for pharmaceutical solutions to a given problem You should also be able to take cost reduction factors into account For example research might identify that your product will reduce the need for expensive surgical intervention or allow a patient to recover with less direct care This information will be used to prepare cost analysis reports for relevant regulatory authorities and payers Health Economists will work closely with a number of internal team members particularly those working in market access to make sure reports are likely to optimise sales They will also provide feedback to clinical staff and senior managers who will use it to help guide long term business plans Candidates should be educated to degree level usually in economics statistics or a life sciences discipline A postgraduate qualification related to health economics is often required You must be able to demonstrate past experience related to the pharmaceutical industry and possess a good working knowledge of the NHS Successful Health Economists are extremely organised with the ability to understand various medical concepts and digest diverse research materials They must have strong financial skills and should be able to craft strongly persuasive proposals Hospital Specialist As a Hospital Specialist working within a pharmaceutical company you will be responsible for maximising sales within a specific healthcare environment providing local execution of an overarching regional or national strategy Hospital Specialists work with a number of specific healthcare institutions developing an in depth understanding of their needs structure budget and environment and using that knowledge to optimise sales by helping to provide the right products for that facility You will be required to develop a familiarity with their team and build strong relationships with relevant personnel This role will require you to combine your awareness of particular institutions with your comprehensive knowledge of the company s portfolio of products You will work closely with healthcare professionals in order to determine which resources will best fit with their particular services Hospital Specialists also maintain strong relationships with internal company members You will supply regular reports for senior management providing information which will aid them in the development of sales strategies and the identification of potential areas of expansion Hospital Specialists must also be company specialists if they are to succeed You will collaborate with various departments to make sure that their operations are in line with client expectations and to constantly broaden your understanding of the product portfolio You will need to be more than an authority on the products themselves To adequately liaise with various institutions you will need to understand numerous other practical aspects of the company such as distribution networks Candidates should be educated to degree level usually in one of the life sciences A proven record of successful sales is crucial and should be in a relevant field You will usually require an ABPI qualification and should have a good understanding of NHS regulations and organisation Successful Hospital Strategists are excellent communicators and are able to quickly build relationships with multiple contacts both within healthcare and the company itself Key Account Manager As a Key Account Manager working for a pharmaceutical company you will be responsible for targeting a specific group of clients within a region or field aiming to expand the company s penetration into that particular market In this role you will be required to create detailed strategic sales plans tailored to specific accounts with the ultimate goal of increasing sales across your entire portfolio of products This will involve undertaking a considerable amount of research on the needs and facilities of those healthcare providers Key Account Managers are also required to build strong links with all relevant key opinion leaders You will take advantage of all networking opportunities to solidify your position as an industry aspect and to develop new and existing relationships with potential clients You will use the information gained from these activities to support business planning processes and aid the market strategy for new products Additionally some positions will require you to take a leading role in contract negotiations though the extent of your involvement will depend upon the employer You must also provide a high level of support for all team members involved in

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  • Jobs with Abbott - Star Medical
    and Cromarty Ross shire Roxburghshire Selkirkshire Shetland Stirlingshire Sutherland West Lothian Wigtownshire Northern Ireland Antrim Armagh City of Belfast Down Fermanagh Londonderry City of Derry Tyrone Wales Blaenau Gwent Caerphilly Cardiff Carmarthenshire Ceredigion Conwy Denbighshire Flintshire Gwynedd Isle of Anglesey Merthyr Tydfil Monmouthshire Neath Port Talbot Newport Pembrokeshire Powys Rhondda Cynon Taf Swansea Torfaen Vale of Glamorgan Wrexham Any Salary 20 000 25 000 25 000 30 000 30 000 35 000 35 000 40 000 40 000 50 000 50 000 60 000 60 000 70 000 70 000 Any Area Capital equipment Consumables Dental Diagnostics Healthcare Healthcare IT Nursing Nutrition Service Providers Private Surgical Ortho and Devices Woundcare Any Area Biometrics Business Development Clinical Operations Clinical Research Drug Safety Pharmacovigilance Medical Affairs Medical Information Medical Writing Nurse Advisor Manager Quality Assurance Regulatory Affairs Any Area Advertising Digital Market Research Med Ed Med Comms Public Relations Research Abbott UK Abbott is a global broad based health care company devoted to the discovery development manufacture and marketing of pharmaceuticals vaccines and medical products including nutritionals devices and diagnostics Throughout our 120 year history Abbott people have been driven by a constant goal to advance medical science in order to help people live healthier lives It s part of our heritage and it continues to drive our work In the United Kingdom we have one clear aim to be the UK s premier health care company Abbott has been operating in the UK for 75 years and currently has operations in Maidenhead Berkshire UK Headquarters Dartford High Wycombe Sittingbourne Southampton Witney and Bolton soon to move to Sale Abbott employs around 1 600 people nationwide With a passion for Turning Science into Caring Abbott employees focus on what matters most life and the potential it holds when we are feeling our

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