Clinigen Group plc is a rapidly-growing global specialty pharmaceutical and services company with a unique combination of businesses focused on delivering the right medicine to the right patient at the right time to improve the quality of people’s lives around the world. The group consists of complementary businesses that focus on key areas of global medicine supply: clinical trial, unlicensed and licensed medicines. Our businesses can operate efficiently in a complex global regulatory environment and can ensure that precious medicines are delivered securely and effectively, wherever they are needed throughout the product lifecycle.

We are currently 1200+ people, headquartered in the UK, with sites in Burton-on-Trent, Weybridge and the North East and global offices in the US, Asia Pacific, South Africa, and across Europe. Clinigen is a rapidly growing company that has a great future ahead. To sustain our growth, we’re always on the lookout for motivated, ambitious and committed individuals to join our highly successful team.


We are currently seeking a highly motivated individual to support our Medical team, with medical information for a large portfolio of licensed and unlicensed products, pharmacovigilance and promotional material review.

The Medical Affairs Associate (MAA) is responsible for providing medical information in response to enquiries from internal and external customers for all company products and the timely and accurate reporting of spontaneous adverse events. Secondary roles include review of Promotional Materials, maintaining product knowledge, maintenance of the medical information reference library, and contributing to clinical training where necessary.


  • Provide medical information responses to all internal and external customer enquiries for licensed and unlicensed products.
  • Maintain the Medical Information Database of enquiries received, and information supplied.
  • Participate in the maintenance of the medical information library and resources.
  • Process Adverse Event reports received to meet local, international, legal, regulatory and corporate requirements.
  • Provide information/advice on matters concerning Adverse Events and conduct Pharmacovigilance training.
  • Liaise directly with QA and Customer Service regarding retrieval and testing of products involved in an adverse Event.
  • Review and approve company promotional material in accordance with relevant industry guidelines Maintain copies of all promotional material and relevant references


  • Tertiary qualification in Pharmacy
  • Demonstrated experience in healthcare delivery (hospital pharmacy environment preferred)
  • Understanding of the TGA and PBS
  • Demonstrated experience with Adverse Event reporting/Pharmacovigilance
  • Ability to interpret and critically evaluate medical literature and communicate this in everyday language
  • Exception communication skills (both written and verbal)
  • Strong problem-solving ability
  • Excellent attention to detail


If this role is of interest to you, please email a recent copy of your CV and a covering letter to and a member of the Talent Acquisition team will be in touch.