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Job Title: Clinical Affairs Manager
TriviumVet is an animal health research and development company located in Waterford city, in Ireland’s sunny southeast. We’re a small, energetic team, with a wealth of formulation, analytical, quality, regulatory, and veterinary clinical expertise. Our focus is on developing therapeutics and diagnostics that address unmet needs in companion animal medicine, improving pets’ lives by making safe and effective treatments available to veterinary surgeons. Demonstrating the safety and effectiveness of these new products to ensure regulatory approval is the primary role of the Clinical Affairs Manager (CAM).
With the support of the Head of Clinical Affairs, the CAM is centrally involved in all TriviumVet’s clinical and preclinical (in vivo/in vitro) activities, including field and laboratory effectiveness studies (from proof of concept to pivotal), pharmacokinetic evaluations, and human user and target animal safety studies.
The CAM’s responsibilities include protocol and data capture form writing and review, project management of ongoing studies with external service providers, data and literature review, and authoring of clinical regulatory submissions.
At a minimum, the successful candidate will
- Be an honours graduate (minimum 2.1) veterinary surgeon with 3+ years’ experience in companion animal practice
- Have a growth mindset and demonstrate enthusiasm for continuing education
- Demonstrate a sound understanding of the principles of clinical research
If you’re an experienced clinician who wants to embrace an exciting new career opportunity, you’ve got all the essential traits we’re looking for. With as much support and training as you require from the rest of the TriviumVet team and beyond, you will also
- Aid in the delivery of clinical data required by international regulators (CVM/CVMP) for new animal drug development and approval
- Ensure clinical studies are conducted in accordance with relevant guidelines (GCP/GLP)
- Interpret clinical data and communicate appropriately to stakeholders (wider TriviumVet team, key opinion leaders, regulators)
- Participate in cross-functional project planning and identification of new product opportunities
- Track projects against assigned budget and timelines
The role offers an unrivalled opportunity to experience all aspects of new animal drug development. The CAM will be exposed to aspects of formulation and analytical chemistry, Quality and Good Manufacturing Practices, and will interact with European and US pharmaceutical regulators. Our pipeline contains novel products for pain, gastrointestinal and cardiac disease in both dogs and cats, and the CAM will liaise with our global network of veterinary experts in these fields to deliver our clinical research programme.
Applicants should send a cover letter and current CV to email@example.com. If you’d like to learn more before making that leap, just drop us a line and we’ll endeavour to answer your questions.