car allowance benefits
over 1 year ago
1.Plan and organise non-promotional workshops educating fellow nurses on iron deficiency anaemia and appropriate administration of our IV iron products. These workshops can either be provided by internal Anaemia Nurse Advisors or external Nurse Experts.
2.Identify and train new external Nurse Experts trainers in target Therapeutic Areas.
3.Lead and organise Nurse Advisory Boards, where appropriate.
4.Reactively and proactively identify initiatives to improve the treatment of iron deficiency, establish local understanding/evidence, improve current clinical practices and improve the treatment of iron deficiency, working with the wider business to make these happen, after management approval.
5.Identify, share and advance optimal iron therapy practices and co-develop nurse and patient support tools and materials with identified Nurse Experts.
6.Provide internal training and support to the wider business, including the sales and marketing team.
7.Ensure internal SOPs and processes are followed, including those around pharmacovigilance and company standards regarding the reporting and quality monitoring of activities.
8.Survey health professionals' satisfaction with the services offered.
The role will reasonably evolve its duties and responsibilities over time, Reasonable flexibility
Even if not specifically stated in the job description, all employees are encouraged to improve and innovate their own roles as well as to highlight improvements and innovations that may be made elsewhere. Agree with your manager how such innovations may be raised or implemented.
Qualified, registered nurse (RGN or equivalent), with good working knowledge of infusion medicine. Knowledge of nephrology, gastroenterology, obstetrics and gynaecology, patient blood management, surgical enhanced recovery or haematology an advantage, experience in iron deficiency an advantage but not necessary. Previous experience working for a pharmaceutical company essential. Nurse band: 5 or higher with a good understanding of the ABPI Code of Practice. The individual would require a strong drive and self-motivation to help establish and improve best practices in iron deficiency care.
Geography and travels:
The Anaemia Nurse Advisor is part of the medical team covering the Central Region.
Extensive travelling is required: Travel by car, train and flight. To be fully able to support busy healthcare professionals, workshops may often be booked with short notice, so ability and flexibility to travel is an absolute must.
A Driver's license is required.
The Anaemia Nurse Advisor has authority to manage and carry out appointments and meetings with customers and lead/organise/carry out projects approved by the Medical Affairs Manager. The Anaemia Nurse Advisor will act on his/her own initiative to achieve his or her objectives.