Clinical Relations Specialist

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South East
Thames Valley
£20,000 to £25,000 per annum
Salary Description:
Competitive + up to 30% bonus paid quarterly + benefits
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Are you looking to advance your career into the clinical trials space? Do you want to work for a leading multinational organisation, renown throughout the industry for its meteoric rise to success and dependability to deliver on global contracts across multiple therapeutic areas and phases? Are you looking to play an integral role in the future of medicine across the globe? If so, this may be the opportunity for you:

The Clinical Relations Specialist is responsible for maximising recruitment to clinical trials by using all available NHS and commercial organisations in the region to deliver the required number of patient responses via Clinical Relations Specialist (CRS) outreach routes.
Package descriptionSynexus has a great team of professional, smart and energetic people. We focus on continued professional development, engaging and supporting the team within in order to reach the common goals of the business. We also offer a competitive benefits package consisting of, but not limited to, 25 days annual leave, life assurance, pension scheme, private health insurance*, a target based bonus scheme, childcare vouchers, a healthcare cash plan, an employees assistance programme and a high street discount scheme.

* Dependent on role
Main responsibilitiesKey roles and responsibilities of the Clinical Relations Specialist are:

Identify opportunities that result in the expansion of the local GP database which will increase the number of practices working with us to achieve our study targets.
Identify other NHS and commercial organisations to expand our access to patients and achieve Synexus study targets, by agreeing to promote Synexus studies and prepare mailshots for recruiting studies. This includes working closely with organisations such as; clinical commissioning groups, pharmacies, dentists, podiatrists, opticians, hospital departments and other health-related organisations as well as commercial organisations such as health-related businesses and community groups.
Build a network of specialist consultants in our key therapeutic areas who would help identify potential patients for recruiting studies.
Identify and attend conferences, exhibitions and other marketing opportunities to promote Synexus and develop opportunities to expand our access to patients and achieve Synexus study targets.
Conduct meetings with key decision makers to gain agreement to complete mailshots on behalf of Synexus – helping to drive study delivery. For example this may be meetings with GPs, Practice Nurses, Practice Managers, Hospital Consultants and other professionals.
Provide feedback to the Head of UK Patient Engagement on ethically approved recruitment materials to maximise recruitment.
Present and discuss the services and benefits that Synexus can provide across your region with confidence, knowledge and authority.
Identify and engage with national organisations to expand access to patients, working closely with other CRS team members and the Head of UK Patient Engagement as needed.
Maintain regular communication with all contacts as necessary through all forms of communications including; face to face visits, email and telephone calls.
Complete weekly study progress report and send to Head of UK PE.
Maintain and update local GP Practice database and present information to demonstrate ongoing cleansing and accurate data.
Handle patient information in accordance with Good Clinical Practice.
Share knowledge and experience with the other members of the CRS team.
Comply with all regulatory and in-house standard and corporate operational requirements.
Keep up to date with local and national healthcare news, issues and guidance. This includes developing and maintaining a strong knowledge of the NHS and clinical commissioning group/health board environment (including QOF) and GP IT systems (EMIS, Vision etc.), adapting to change and identifying and delivering opportunities to Synexus.
Awareness of competitor initiatives in previously unchartered recruitment methods.
Ensure confidentiality in all aspects of role and organisation activity.
Exemplify the five Synexus values is all aspects of work and be an ambassador of our values.

Ideal candidateTo be successful in the role of Clinical Relations Specialist, you would likely have:

Education to degree level or equivalent related experience
Experience in a sales-related environment
Intermediate/Advanced IT skills including experience of using Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint. 
Strong organisational and planning skills to maintain a busy and diverse work schedule.
Excellent communication with good verbal and written communication skills.
The ability to work independently.
Strong analytical skills and ability to interpret data and use intelligently.
Excellent problem solving skills.
The ability to multi-task and work well within a high-paced pressurised environment.
The ability to use your initiative to deliver a great customer experience.
Confidence and ability to work with and communicate effectively with people at all levels of seniority.
Excellent ability to develop and nurture relationships.

Alternative Job Titles: Clinical Relations Specialist, GP Liaison Officer, Medical Liaison Executive, Medical Liaison Representative, Health Liaison Specialist.
About the companyPlease visit the Company website at

Contact Details:
Tel: 0200 000 0000
Contact: Sharon Sandford

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