Compliance Manager


Job title

Compliance Manager
Location Newbury
Salary / Salary range
Date of posting 14th February 2020
Closing date for applications 20th March 2020


Job description / main responsibilities and duties involved

Medical Information

  • Provide medical information responses to questions from external health care professionals, consumers, field force and marketing department.

  • Assist in the maintenance of the medical enquiries database.

  • Prepare and maintain standard answers and frequently asked questions to common questions.

  • Maintain personal current awareness of relevant medical and scientific matters.

  • Select and disseminate information relating to relevant medical and scientific matters as appropriate within Orion UK.


Marketing support

  • Participate in copy approval process.

  • Assist in development of sales and marketing materials as appropriate.

  • Develop and maintain close working relationship with sales and marketing functions.


Representative training

  • Delivery of scientific and technical aspects of product training on representatives’ initial training course and updates as appropriate.


Library and information management

  • Oversee subscriptions for medical and scientific publications.


Drug Safety

  • Participate in subsidiary drug safety process.

  • Act as deputy to local pharmacovigilance responsible person.

  • Submission of applicable local reports, questions and information to competent authorities.


Regulatory affairs

  • Input to maintenance of UK SPCs and PILs as required by regulatory consultants and the headquarters regulatory department.


Operating procedures

  • Writing and maintaining local operating procedures and associated working instructions.



  • Have the capability to act as RP for distribution

  • Assist with the product recall process


General Responsibilities

  • Demonstrate Orion Pharma core values.

  • Provide scientific support to colleagues and HCPs, as required.

  • Share learning, including entrepreneurial and innovative ideas within Orion Pharma.

  • Be self-accountable for performance and encourage others to achieve and be accountable for their performance.

  • Fulfil all routine and ad-hoc admin duties as per request of the line manager.

Work in line with company goals and strategies.

Skills and Experience required


  • Life science degree or qualified pharmacist

  • Experience in the pharmaceutical industry, ideally with relevant/transferable work experience


  • Excellent presentation skills

  • Evidence of scientific and commercial vision/insight

  • Analytical skills to understand and simplify complex medical messages

  • Good communicator (written, oral, presentations) and able to influence others at all relevant levels

  • Understanding of the ABPI Code of Practice for the Pharmaceutical Industry

  • Good PC skills and appreciation of how IT can aid productivity

  • Consistently meeting admin requests and keeping good records


  • Self-starter, independent, completes tasks in timely fashion with consistent good quality

  • Confident, quick thinking, responsive and solution orientated

  • Strong work ethic with high levels of emotional resilience

  • Innovative, dynamic, entrepreneurial and resourceful

  • Team player and good networking skills

  • Ability to work alone, autonomously as well as part of a team

  • Strong ethical compass with abilities to make good judgements when acting alone

  • Good communication skills


Date of preparation: February 2020 / CORP-197