Join our International Team

We are always keen to meet ambitious, creative individuals who want to make a difference. If you are interested in applying for one of the positions below or would like to work for WEP Clinical in another capacity, then please contact us at:

Expanded Access Manager – London, UK

The ideal candidate should be an experienced Project Manager and will be accountable for the setup, implementation, and delivery of Expanded Access Programs for Pharmaceutical and Biotech Companies.

Role Objectives

The EAP Manager will be the primary point of contact for clients, managing all aspects of the delivery of the project as well as providing advice and guidance. This is a pivotal role and requires a strong customer focus and attention to detail as well as the ability to develop and execute project plans, track against KPIs, identify risk and contingency planning.

Expanded Access Manager – Morrisville, NC, USA

The ideal candidate should be an experienced Project Manager and will be accountable for the setup, implementation, and delivery of Expanded Access Programs for Pharmaceutical and Biotech Companies.

Role Objectives

The EAP Manager will be the primary point of contact for clients, managing all aspects of the delivery of the project as well as providing advice and guidance. This is a pivotal role and requires a strong customer focus and attention to detail as well as the ability to develop and execute project plans, track against KPIs, identify risk and contingency planning.

EU Hospital Sales Manager – London, UK

The ideal candidate should have an understanding of unlicensed medicines and the hospital sales environment. With strong commercial acumen, interpersonal and relationship management skills, as well as problem-solving and the ability to identify opportunities you’ll be expected to travel 30%-40% of the time. 10 years’ work experience ideally within the European pharmaceutical industry preferably in in a key account management, commercial or business development role.

Role Objectives

Leading a team of Hospital Country Managers to drive the growth and success of the business in the territory through unlicensed medicine supply. Be responsible for the development of your team and ensures best practice performance and development processes are applied. Ensuring a regional strategy is aligned with the company strategy and executed with commercial brilliance across the region.

Join our International Team

We are always keen to meet ambitious, creative individuals who want to make a difference. If you are interested in applying for one of the positions below or would like to work for WEP Clinical in another capacity, then please contact us by clicking the link below:

Expanded Access Manager – London, UK

The ideal candidate should be an experienced Project Manager and will be accountable for the setup, implementation, and delivery of Expanded Access Programs for Pharmaceutical and Biotech Companies.

Role Objectives

The EAP Manager will be the primary point of contact for clients, managing all aspects of the delivery of the project as well as providing advice and guidance. This is a pivotal role and requires a strong customer focus and attention to detail as well as the ability to develop and execute project plans, track against KPIs, identify risk and contingency planning.

Expanded Access Manager – Morrisville, NC, USA

The ideal candidate should be an experienced Project Manager and will be accountable for the setup, implementation, and delivery of Expanded Access Programs for Pharmaceutical and Biotech Companies.

Role Objectives

The EAP Manager will be the primary point of contact for clients, managing all aspects of the delivery of the project as well as providing advice and guidance. This is a pivotal role and requires a strong customer focus and attention to detail as well as the ability to develop and execute project plans, track against KPIs, identify risk and contingency planning.

EU Hospital Sales Manager – London, UK

The ideal candidate should have an understanding of unlicensed medicines and the hospital sales environment. With strong commercial acumen, interpersonal and relationship management skills, as well as problem-solving and the ability to identify opportunities you’ll be expected to travel 30%-40% of the time. 10 years’ work experience ideally within the European pharmaceutical industry preferably in in a key account management, commercial or business development role.

Role Objectives

Leading a team of Hospital Country Managers to drive the growth and success of the business in the territory through unlicensed medicine supply. Be responsible for the development of your team and ensures best practice performance and development processes are applied. Ensuring a regional strategy is aligned with the company strategy and executed with commercial brilliance across the region.

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