Openings at Gilead Pharmaceutical Limited - Jobs in Nigeria

Openings at Gilead Pharmaceutical Limited

Posted on :

9 Aug, 2016

Category :

Quality Assurance/Control Jobs, Sales Jobs in Nigeria

Gilead Pharmaceutical Limited, is recruiting suitably qualified candidates to fill the position below:

Job Title: Territory Sales Representative

Job Description
The Territory Sales Representative is responsible for the following:

  • Generate prescriptions in line with territory sales quota
  • Maintain sample inventories, distribute samples, comply with sample accountability policies and procedures, and comply with Prescription Drug Marketing Act
  • Make complete, accurate and timely submission of all call activity, sample activity and expense reports
  • Compliance with all applicable state and federal laws pertaining to promotion of prescription products.
  • Keep current with product and market knowledge as well as competing products.
  • Participate in all training, sales meetings and conventions
  • Under guidance of sales management, plan and organize territory call plan to meet sales and call targets
  • Make sales presentations to physicians, nurses and pharmacists

Requirements

  • Two years successful pharmaceutical sales experience, preferably in a small to mid-size company
  • Demonstrated success in outside sales
  • Understanding of product marketing, messaging and promotion
  • Ability to manage a sales territory comprised of physician offices and pharmacies

Education and Experience

  • Bachelor’s degree
  • 2 or more years of documented, successful pharmaceutical sales experience
  • Strong working knowledge of Microsoft Office programs

Compensation & Benefits

  • Competitive base salary plus uncapped bonus structure
  • Enrollment in the company’s employee share option plan on hire with opportunity for bonus performance-based options
  • Company-provided vehicle (includes company-paid fuel and all maintenance)
  • 22 Paid Days off/full year

 

Job Title: Quality Assurance Officer

Job Description

  • Review/perform daily compliance verification, document results, and report to the MD.
  • Environmental monitoring and documentation e.g. personnel monitoring, air bioburden, surface bioburden, temperature, and particle counts
  • Collect Environmental Monitoring samples as necessary
  • New staff training
  • Sterility tests, aseptic technique qualifications, and media fill process validations.
  • Prepare/revise operating procedures and specifications
  • Review/approve routine change control requests as designated
  • Verify that raw materials meet specification limits
  • Verify that all documentation is complete
  • Document non-compliance and evaluate if further investigation is needed
  • Submit samples to the appropriate labs for chemical assay and microbial tests
  • Track vendor equipment calibration and maintenance records and assess for deviations
  • Enter test results or summaries into the pharmacy specific monthly and quarterly Quality Assurance report template
  • Document results of deviation and complaint investigations, causal analysis, corrective actions and preventive actions
  • Develop method validations and lead stability studies
  • Maintain quality records (equipment calibration and maintenance, training, deviation and complaint investigation, environmental monitoring, Certificate of Analysis, clean room certification etc.).
  • Control of product labeling/label accountability
  • Recommend and/or implement improvements in streamlining processes and procedures in the areas of compounding, validation, change control, laboratory, and risk assessments
  • Lead root cause analysis and corrective and preventive actions for audit observations, product complaints, product non-conformances, in-process deviations issues related to process controls
  • Direct the investigation of excursions in manufacturing or other related operations, resolve the nature of the cause, impact on product quality, disposition and corrective actions
  • Perform final review of test data/reports to ensure conformance to the established specifications and standard operating procedures, perform final disposition of batch.
  • Ensure products are released on time and within specification
  • Verify that product test results meet specification limits

Qualifications

  • BS degree in Technical or Scientific discipline preferably Microbiology
  • Effective communication skills, both written and verbal
  • Leadership skills and the ability to facilitate the work activities of others
  • Good organizational and time management skills
  • Preferred minimum of 2 years of related experience preferably in the pharmaceutical industries
  • Ability to work autonomously within established procedures and practices
  • Working knowledge of Pharmaceutical Regulations

Additional Benefits:

  • Cell phone reimbursement allowance
  • Gym membership reimbursement allowance
  • Full medical benefits

How To Apply
Applicants should forward their CVs/Applications to: [email protected]

Note: Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted

Application Deadline: October 10th, 2016

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