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2014 Pharmaceutical Salary Survey

  1. 1. Pharmaceutical SalarySurvey
  2. 2.2014 PharmaceuticalSalarySurvey Clinical Professionals Clinical Professionals is Europe’s largest independent Pharma staffing business offering outsourced solutions via FunctionalService Provision (FSP) and traditional, high quality staffing solutions. Detailed market research carried out in early 2013 found that 95% of hiring managers rateClinical Professionals as consistently superior in quality, speed of response, staff retention and communication. In addition to this, nine out of 10 customers rate the company as their most trusted partner. Clinical Professionals have developed a highly comprehensive understanding of a broad range of specialist functional disciplines within the pharmaceutical industry.Our knowledge-base has its foundations in an unrivalled blend of industry experience combined with a commitment to investing in training and development. Clinical Professionals recruit for a wide range of pharmaceutical sectors, including: • Biostatistics •Clinical Data Management •Clinical Research • DrugSafety / Pharmacovigilance • MarketAccess and Health Economics • MedicalAffairs / MSL • MedicalCommunication • Medical Information • Physicians •QualityAssurance /QualityControl • RegulatoryAffairs •SAS Programming •Sales and Marketing We have specialist teams dedicated to recruiting within the various pharmaceutical sectors for permanent, contract, interim, FSP and freelance vacancies. Clinical Professionals offer a variety of services for both candidates and clients, including ourCP FSP model, offering clients the opportunity to outsource the recruitment of a whole team whilst retaining control of the monitoring function in house. OurOnly Medics business also offers physician to pharma events for medics looking to transition to the pharmaceutical industry, allowing candidates to network with industry professionals, and receive career advice, whilst learning more about the processes ofClinical Research, Medical Affairs and Pharmacovigilance. As a service to industryClinical Professionals undertakes an extensive SalarySurvey each year to offer clients and candidates alike a true and accurate view of what the industry is telling us in terms of salary, benefits and trends in these critical areas and talent acquisition. If you are interested in any of our services please contact: +44 (0)118 9594 990 apply@clinicalprofessionals.eu
  3. 3.Contents Survey Methodology 04 The Clinical Professionals Group 56 Regulatory Professionals 58 Only Medics 59 OverallObservations Analysis 05 FSP 60 Disclaimer 62 Individual Sector Analysis 10-55 Clinical Research 10 European Results 14 Medical Affairs / Information 30 European Results 34 Biostatistics 44 Regulatory Affairs 18 European Results 22 Quality Assurance / Quality Control 36 Medical Communications 48 DrugSafety (Pharmacovigilance) 24 European Results 28 Health Economics / Market Access 40 Only Medics 52
  4. 4.Methodology Clinical Professionals’ 2014 UK and European pharmaceutical salary surveys were conducted online with professionals from within the pharmaceutical industry. The respondents included professionals both registered and not registered with the Clinical Professionals Group. Respondents to the salary survey were invited to complete the salary survey through a link distributed through a number of mailshots to our database of active candidates, in addition to social media networks and our websites. To ensure that there was no duplication of responses, cookies were used, and duplicate responses were removed when identical contact details were seen. The questions within all the surveys were worded to ask open questions which were unbiased to create an accurate portrayal of the salaries within the pharmaceutical industry across Europe. To allow for comparison between the UK and European salary survey responses, both the UK and European salary surveys asked the same questions to respondents, which were identically worded to prevent differences and ensure integrity. To reflect the higher average salaries found within the physician and medic sectors, the questions asked within the Only Medics salary survey were adjusted with higher salary bandings. The results from the surveys were then analysed by the MarComms team at Clinical Professionals, using the statistics and data from our previous surveys, and fromThe Clinical Professionals Group’s experience of recruiting within the pharmaceutical industry. 04
  5. 5.05 OverallObservations Analysis Although the economic downturn of recent years is still having a sustained effect on the pharmaceutical industry, the year on year breakdowns show little change in the salaries within each sector. This table shows overall comparisons between the salaries of differing sectors within the industry and their senior positions. For in depth observations of the different sectors, see their corresponding areas in this document. Clinical Professionals 2014 SalarySurvey :OverallObservations Analysis Experience in industry against salary (£) Sector 0 - 1Years 1 - 2Years 2 - 3Years 3 - 5Years 5-10Years 10+Years Clinical Research 0k - 20k 20k - 30k 20k - 30k 30k - 40k+ SeniorClinical Research 40k - 50k 40k - 60k 60k - 80k+ RegulatoryAffairs 20k - 30k 20k - 30k 20k - 30k 30k - 40k+ Senior RegulatoryAffairs 40k - 50k 40k - 50k 40k - 60k 60k - 80k+ DrugSafety 20k - 30k 20k - 30k 20k - 40k 30k - 40k+ Senior DrugSafety 30k - 40k 40k - 50k 40k - 60k 60k - 80k+ Med Info/ MSL 30k - 40k 40k - 60k 40k - 60k+ Senior Med Info/ MSL 40k - 60k 50k - 70k 60k - 80k+ HEOR 30k - 40k 40k - 50k 40k - 60k 40k - 60k 40k - 60k+ Senior HEOR 60k - 70k 60k - 80k 70k - 80k+ Biostats 20k - 30k 20k - 30k 30k - 40 k 30k - 50k+ Senior Biostats 40k - 50k 40k - 60k 60k - 80k+ MedicalCommunications 20k - 30k 30k - 40k 30k - 40k 30k - 50k+ Senior Medical Communications 40k - 50k 40k - 70k 60k - 80k+ QAQC 0k - 20k 20k - 30k 20k - 30k 20k - 30k+ SeniorQAQC 30k - 40k 30k - 40k 30k - 40k 40k - 60k+
  6. 6.Clinical Professionals 2014 SalarySurvey :OverallObservations Analysis 06 As expected, the increase in experience usually results in an increase in seniority and salary banding, as well as employees generally being happier with their salary level and benefits.You can also see from the graph above that the percentage of respondents with benefit packages has increased from last year, which shows the importance of working in the right role/organisation includes more than just considerations on salary. From the next graph you can see that at about the £49,000 pa level (a slight drop from last year’s £50,000 pa), you have a switch in those that are happy with their salary and those that are not.When we investigated this further with their level of benefits (including bonuses), we found that it was the best point to aim for when in the lower bands in order to have a gratifying career ladder. When we have talked in depth to those we are recruiting, they found that being able to identify the positions with this salary banding (within their sector), and therefore the career path required to get there, meant they were much more successful in reaching this step in their profession than if they had aimed directly for a larger salary. Bonus 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% Group Personal Pension Gym Membership CarAllowance Denplan (or equivilent) Income Protection Professional Association Memberships Healthcare Training Development LifeAssurance % Respondents with Benefits (UK) 2012/2013 2013/2014 0-20k 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 40-50k20-30k 70-80k50-60k30-40k 80k+60-70k £ - % “Happy with salary” Against Salary banding Yes (%) No (%) For each sector we have included you will be able to see the levels and job titles most associated with this career switch point (the ‘salary banding switch point’ -SBSP), which allows you to map your career effectively, as well as appropriately plan your training and career steps. Since the different sectors in pharma can vary in this way, we are happy to break any areas down further upon request, especially if you would like to know an accurateSBSP for your particular expertise.
  7. 7.07 Clinical Professionals 2014 SalarySurvey :OverallObservations Analysis It is worth noting that compared to last year’s figures, you can see much more variance in the graph despite the similar SBSP value. This reflects what we have seen this year, with more employees in the industry becoming unsure of their correct salary level.This hasn’t actually changed the SBSP greatly, as there has also been an increase in those reflecting their salary satisfaction in the higher bandings. When you look at the breakdowns of information relating to our “looking for role” responses, you can clearly see which sectors have potentially the largest staff turnovers. QA/QC and medical communications appear to have either the highest staff changes, or at least those most dissatisfied with their current position, although its worth noting that Med Comms can be a vastly different sector than ones such as QA/QC and therefore has a slightly different working environment. When we compared the information gathered for the “looking for role” responses against their respective salary bandings, we found that the greatest variance was at the high end, with almost 90% of those with a salary above 80k currently looking for a new role. This seems to suggest that those above theSalary banding switch point (SBSP) are always looking for a new position, and have the confidence and job satisfaction to pursue those greater career opportunities. The overall slight drop in theSBSP does mean we are seeing a rise in job satisfaction, and therefore those more in control of their career and role packages.This is clearly indicating that those more likely to move into new a position over the next year, which as the global economy slowly recovers, will raise hiring confidence within employers (and will potentially continue to lower theSBSP). The locations of our responses were: 30.9% London 4.9% East 34.9% South East 9.2% SouthWest 2.2% East Midlands 2% West Midlands 7.5% NorthWest 3.5% North East 0.6% Wales 4% Scotland 0.3% Ireland Experience levels 14.1% 0-2 years 6.3% 2-3 years 15.6% 3-5 years 32% 5-10 years 32% 10+ years Clinical Research 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% Health Economics Regulatory Affairs Medical Writing Medical Information Drug Safety QA/QC Medical Communications Biometrics “Looking for role” against sector Yes (%) No (%) Right Package (%)
  8. 8.08 Observations EUROPEAN Our results from the Eurozone came up with some interesting comparisons, which when contrasted with its recovery after the economic downfall of recent years, showed an overall stable industry with some vast variances based on particular countries. The calculated SBSP (Salary Banding Switch Point) for the largest Pharmaceutical focused EU countries came to ~€62k, which more or less falls in line with UK expected levels (with allowances for varying exchange rates). The results from our respondents have shown how different the benefits packages can be when compared to the UK. Some countries such as Switzerland do show very strong salaries and benefits packages, but generally the higher salaries are reflected in the reduced benefits within the EU. 0-20k 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 40-50k20-30k 70-80k50-60k30-40k 80-90k 90k+60-70k £ - % “Happy with salary” Against Salary banding Yes (%) No (%) Bonus 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% Group Personal Pension Gym Membership CarAllowance Denplan (or equivilent) Income Protection Professional Association Memberships Healthcare Training Development LifeAssurance % Respondents with Benefits (UK) UK Eurozone
  9. 9.09 Clinical Professionals 2014 SalarySurvey :OverallObservations Analysis (European) The locations of our responses were: 17.1% Germany 16.8% France 10.8% Switzerland 9.4% Netherlands 6.8% Spain 5.4% Italy 21.6% Belgium 12.1% Other Experience levels 9.5% 0-2 years 9.5% 2-3 years 16.7% 3-5 years 33.4% 5-10 years 30.9% 10+ years AverageSalary bandings forUK and Eurozone Experiencewithinsector UK (£) Eurozone (€) Clinical Research 0 – 2Years 20k – 30k 30k – 40k 2 – 3Years 20k – 30k 30k – 40k 3 – 5Years 30k – 40k 30k – 50k 5 – 10Years 40k – 60k 50k – 60k 10+Years 60k – 80k 60k – 80k RegulatoryAffairs 0 – 2Years 20k – 30k 40k – 50k 2 – 3Years 20k – 30k 40k – 50k 3 – 5Years 30k – 50k 40k – 50k 5 – 10Years 40k – 60k 60k – 70k 10+Years 60k – 80k 70k – 90k DrugSafety 0 – 2Years 20k – 30k 30k – 40k 2 – 3Years 20k – 30k 40k – 50k 3 – 5Years 30k – 50k 40k – 50k 5 – 10Years 40k – 60k 50k – 70k 10+Years 60k – 80k 60k – 80k Med Info/MSL 0 – 2Years 30k – 40k 40k – 50k 2 – 3Years 40k – 60k 50k – 60k 3 – 5Years 40k – 60k 70k – 80k 5 – 10Years 50k – 70k 80k – 90k 10+Years 60k – 80k 90k+ HEOR 0 – 2Years 30k – 50k 30k – 50k 2 – 3Years 40k – 60k 50k – 60k 3 – 5Years 40k – 70k 60k – 70k 5 – 10Years 50k – 80k 70k – 80k 10+Years 70k – 80k 80k – 90k Biostats 0 – 2Years 20k – 30k 20k – 30k 2 – 3Years 30k – 40k 30k – 40k 3 – 5Years 30k – 50k 40k – 50k 5 – 10Years 40k – 60k 50k – 60k 10+Years 60k – 80k 60k – 70k MedicalCommunications 0 – 2Years 20k – 30k 30k – 40k 2 – 3Years 30k – 40k 40k – 50k 3 – 5Years 30k – 50k 40k – 50k 5 – 10Years 40k – 70k 50k – 70k 10+Years 70k – 80k 70k – 90k QA / QC 0 – 2Years 20k – 30k 20k – 30k 2 – 3Years 20k – 30k 20k – 40k 3 – 5Years 20k – 40k 30k – 40k 5 – 10Years 30k – 40k 30k – 40k 10+Years 40k – 60k 40k – 60k Average Salary bandings for experience in industry role versus Eurozone
  10. 10.Clinical Research 10For more information on this vertical market please contact: +44 (0)118 9594 990 or +49 (0)711 222 54 403 apply@clinicalprofessionals.eu
  11. 11.11 Clinical Professionals 2014 SalarySurvey :Clinical Research The average salary by job title results show that as expected, the senior versions of each role have an increased salary, and the list now incorporates many additional job titles as compared to previous years.This year’s results show a similar average salary by job title to last year’s results with some job titles having a slight increase such as CRA and Study Manager roles. Average Salary by JobTitle (£) CTA 20k - 30k Senior CTA 25k - 35k CRA 35k - 45k Senior CRA 45k - 55k Study Manager / Study Start up Associate 50k - 60k Clinical Project Coordinator/Study Coordinator 35k - 45k Clinical Project Manager 50k - 60k Research Nurse 30k- 40k Clinical/Project Data Manager 35k - 45k Head of Clinical Ops/Clin Ops Leader 80k - 90k ClinicalTrial manager 45k - 55k Project Document specialist 30k - 40k Senior Clinical Scientist / Research scientist 50k – 60k Theaveragesalarybyexperienceinindustrygraphshowsasteadysalaryincreaseintheclinicalresearchindustry, withemployeesgraduallygaininghighersalariesastheirexperiencelevelincreases.Althoughthesalarylevelfor10+ yearsmayseemrelativelylow,incomparisontoothersector,thisislikelytobeduetosomeemployeeswithinclinical researchstayinginlowerseniorityroles,ratherthanmovingtoamoreseniorjobroleastheygainmoreexperience. Bonus 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% Group Personal Pension Gym Membership CarAllowance Denplan (or equivilent) Income Protection Professional Association Memberships Healthcare Training Development LifeAssurance Benefits at a Glance Within the clinical research sector, most of the respondents received a bonus, private healthcare, or a pension as part of their salary. Although these were also the most common benefits last year, last year’s results showed that the majority of respondents did not receive these benefits.The same results as last year show that the highest benefit in the clinical research sector is the ‘Group personal pension scheme’ although rising to 80% from 55% in previous years. Average Salary by Experience in Industry (£) 30k - 40k 0-2 years 35k - 45k 3-5 years 55k - 65k 10+ years 30k - 40k 2-3 years 45k - 50k 5-10 years
  12. 12.12 Clinical Professionals 2014 SalarySurvey :Clinical Research The experience in industry graph below demonstrates that salary increases as an individual’s experience in industry does, showing natural progression through the different job titles. Each job title starts on the lowest salary, and you can see which areas achieve greater salaries compared to industry experience. Many of the results are similar to last year, although we have added additional job titles, the 5-10 years and 10+ years’ results are slightly higher than last year. SBSP= 41k Experience in industry (£) JobTitle 0 - 1Years 1 - 2Years 2 - 3Years 3 - 5Years 5-10Years 10+Years CTA 20k – 30k 20k – 30k 20k – 30k 20k – 30k SeniorCTA 20k – 30k 30k – 40k 30k – 40k CRA 30k – 40k 30k – 40k 30k – 40k 40k – 50k 40k – 50k 40k – 50k SeniorCRA 40k – 50k 50k – 60k 50k – 60k Study Manager /StudyStart upAssociate 20k – 30k 30k – 40k 30k – 40k 40k – 50k 60k – 70k Clinical ProjectCoordinator/ StudyCoordinator 20k – 30k 20k – 30k 20k – 30k 40k – 50k 50k – 60k Clinical Project Manager 40k – 50k 50k – 60k Research Nurse 30k – 40k 40k – 50k 40k – 50k Clinical/ProjectDataManager 20k – 30k 30k – 40k 40k – 50k Head ofClinicalOps/ ClinOps Leader 70k – 80k 80k + 80k + ClinicalTrial manager 30k – 40k 50k – 60k 70k – 80k 70k – 80k Project Document specialist 30k – 40k 30k – 40k SeniorClinicalScientist / Research scientist 30k – 40k 30k – 40k 30k – 40k 40k – 50k Proportion of Responses within Salary Ranges The graph on the right shows that the most common salary for the respondents of our salary survey who work within Clinical Research is £30k-40k, which is a decrease from the £40k-60k last year.This year we had a much higher percentage of candidates in the lower salary brackets respond to the survey. The majority of respondents were based in London and the South East, with between 5-10 years experience or 10+ years.Compared to last year’s respondents, last year had slightly higher levels of experience on average, around 36% to this years 32%. 0% 5% 10% 20k - 30k 40k - 50k 60k - 70k 80k+ 30k - 40k 50k - 60k 70k - 80k
  13. 13.Clinical Professionals 2014 SalarySurvey :Clinical Research Within the clinical research sector, 52% of candidates thought their salary reflected their level of experience. In comparison to responses to our 2013 survey, whereby 46% thought this, you can see a rise in those more comfortable with their salary and benefits package (an increase of 6%). of candidates did not think their salary reflected their level of experience. of candidates said they would take a new role in the next 12 months if the package was right of candidates said they will be looking for a new role in the next 12 months of candidates said they will not be looking for a new role in the next 12 months 48% 38% 39.5% 22.5% The locations of our responses were: 28% London 3% East 32% South East 10% SouthWest 9% NorthWest 4% North East 1% Wales 7% Scotland 3% East Midlands 3% West Midlands Experience levels 14.1% 0-2 years 6.3% 2-3 years 15.6% 3-5 years 32% 5-10 years 32% 10+ years 15% 20% 25% 30% 35% 13
  14. 14.Clinical Research EUROPEAN The results of the average salary by job title shows how the salaries increase as the role becomes more senior, with entry level CTA to Clinical Operations Leader covering the whole range of clinical research jobs. Average Salary by JobTitle (e) CTA 25k - 35k Senior CTA 30k - 40k CRA 35k - 45k Senior CRA 40k - 50k Clinical Project Coordinator/Study Coordinator 30k - 40k Clinical Project Manager 50k - 60k Research Nurse 25k- 35k Clinical/Project Data Manager 40k - 50k Head of Clinical Ops/Clin Ops Leader 70k - 80k ClinicalTrial Manager 50k - 60k Senior Clinical Scientist / Research Scientist 80k – 90k The results of the average salary by experience comparisons, show the level of how experience increases, its effect on an individual’s salary. Although the initial increase is fairly steady, there is a significant difference once employees have over five years experience. The average salary by experience is very similar to 2012/2013 results, with every average salary being within the same range of 30k - 40k, with the usual substantial increase after 5 years. Average Salary by Experience in Industry (2) 30k - 40k 0-2 years 35k - 45k 3-5 years 60k - 70k 10+ years 35k - 45k 2-3 years 50k - 60k 5-10 years 14
  15. 15.Clinical Professionals 2014 SalarySurvey :Clinical Research (European) Bonus 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% Group Personal Pension Gym Membership Meal Vouchers Car Allowance Denplan (orequivilent) Income Protection Professional Association Memberships MobileHealthcare Training Development LifeAssurance Benefits at a Glance Within the clinical research sector, the majority of the respondents receive a bonus, private healthcare, car allowance and pension as part of their salary. Last year the highest single benefit was ‘Group pension scheme’ but in the European data, the most common benefit is ‘Private medical cover’ which will be down mostly down to theUK’s National HealthService. The European results for the experience in industry graph are similar to the UK trends.The 0-1 year sectors all have the same salary bracket, but depending on the role within the 10+ year bracket, the salary can range from 30k to 90k.You can see the progression for each job title and compare the experience levels to different job titles, helping you understand when would be a good time to initiate a promotion or career move. Experience in industry (e) JobTitle 0 - 1Years 1 - 2Years 2 - 3Years 3 - 5Years 5-10Years 10+Years CTA 20k – 30k 20k – 30k 30k – 40k 30k – 40k 30k – 40k SeniorCTA 20k – 30k 30k – 40k 30k – 40k 30k – 40k 30k – 40k CRA 20k – 30k 30k – 40k 30k – 40k 35k – 45k 40k – 50k 40k – 50k SeniorCRA 40k – 50k 40k – 50k 70k – 75k Study Manager /StudyStart upAssociate 40k – 50k 45k – 55k 50k – 60k 80k+ Clinical ProjectCoordinator/ StudyCoordinator 30k – 40k 40k – 50k Clinical Project Manager 30k – 40k 30k – 40k 40k – 50k 60k – 70k 60k – 70k Research Nurse 20k – 30k 30k – 40k 30k – 40k Clinical/ProjectDataManager 30k – 40k 35k – 45k 40k – 50k 50k – 60k Head ofClinicalOps/ ClinOps Leader 30k – 40k 40k – 50k 40k – 50k 50k – 60k 80k – 90k ClinicalTrial manager 60k – 70k 60k – 70k Project DocumentSpecialist 30k – 40k 30k – 40k SeniorClinicalScientist / Research scientist 50k – 60k 60k – 70k 70k – 80k 80k – 90k 90k+ 15
  16. 16.Clinical Professionals 2014 SalarySurvey :Clinical Research (European) Proportion of Responses within Salary Ranges The graph on the right shows that the most common salary for the respondents of our salary survey who work within Clinical Research is e40-50k with the majority of respondents based in Belgium and France between 5-10 years experience or 10+ years. Compared to last year’s respondents, this years respondents had slightly higher levels of experience on average. The locations of our responses were: 16.4% Germany 18.1% France 4.8% Switzerland 9.6% Netherlands 7.2% Spain 8.8% Italy 28.2% Belgium 6.9% Other Experience levels 9.2% 0-2 years 11% 2-3 years 21.6% 3-5 years 35.3% 5-10 years 22.9% 10+ years 0% 5% 10% 0 - 20k 30k - 40k 50k - 60k 20k - 30k 40k - 50k 58%of candidates thought their salary did not reflect their level of experience 16
  17. 17.Clinical Professionals 2014 SalarySurvey :Clinical Research (European) 15% 20% 25% 30% 35% 40% JobTitle UK(£) Germany(€) France(€) Switzerland(€) Netherlands(€) Spain(€) Italy(€) Belgium(€) CTA 20k - 30k 25k - 35k 20k - 30k 60k - 70k 20k - 30k 20k - 30k 20k - 30k 20k - 30k SeniorCTA 25k - 35k 30k - 40k 25k - 35k 75k - 85k 30k - 40k 25k - 35k 25k - 35k 30k - 40k CRA 35k - 45k 40k - 50k 40k - 50k 80k - 90k 40k - 50k 30k - 40k 30k - 40k 30k - 40k SeniorCRA 45k - 55k 55k - 65k 45k - 55k 90k - 110k 50k - 65k 40k - 50k 40k - 50k 50k - 65k Study Manager /StudyStart up Associate 50k - 60k 50k - 60k 40k - 50k 90k - 105k 40k - 50k 30k - 40k 30k - 40k 40k - 50k Clinical Project Coordinator/ StudyCoordinator 35k - 45k 40k - 50k 30k - 40k 70k - 80k 30k - 40k 25k - 35k 25k - 35k 35k - 45k Clinical Project Manager 50k - 60k 60k - 70k 50k - 60k 125k - 140k 60k - 70k 40k - 50k 40k - 50k 50k - 70k Clinical/Project Data Manager 35k - 45k 40k - 50k 30k - 40k 80k - 100k 40k - 50k 25k - 40k 25k - 40k 40k - 50k Head ofClinical Ops/ClinOps Leader 80k - 90k 8k - 95k 70k - 80k 150k - 200k 80k - 100k 65k - 75k 65k - 75k 90k - 100k ClinicalTrial manager 45k - 55k 55k - 65k 50k - 60k 120k - 130k 55k - 65k 40k - 50k 40k - 50k 55k - 65k ProjectDocument specialist 30k - 40k 35k - 45k 30k - 40k 75k - 85k 35k - 45k 25k - 35k 25k - 35k 35k - 45k This table shows the European countries average salary for the clinical job titles.The UK results are inGBP, with the European results evaluated into EURO.The Swiss results were converted into Euros from Swiss Francs, to be compatible with other country comparison.The results show Switzerland still being one of the highest paid countries in theClinical Research industry, with the rest of the countries having a similar range and consistent salary depending on job title. 17
  18. 18.Regulatory Affairs 18For more information on this vertical market please contact: +44 (0)118 9522 797 or +49 (0)711 222 54 403 apply@regulatoryprofessionals.com
  19. 19.19 Clinical Professionals 2014 SalarySurvey : RegulatoryAffairs These results are fairly similar to last years, with a slight increase in average salary by job title noticeable within the lower seniority job roles. Average Salary by JobTitle (£) Regulatory Assistant / Admin 20k-30k Regulatory Officer 30k-40k Regulatory Specialist 30k-40k Senior Regulatory Officer 40k-50k Regulatory Manager 50k-60k Regulatory Associate Director 80k+ Regulatory Director 80k+ Regulatory Consultant 70k-80k The average salary by experience shows a steady climb as the experience increases until the employee has over ten years experience, here the average salary jumps to £80k+.This is a result of senior level roles which offer higher salaries, with a trend showing these regulatory professionals have over 10 years of experience. Bonus 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% GroupPersonal Pension Gym Membership Car Allowance Denplan (orequivilent) Income Protection Professional Association Memberships Meal Vouchers Healthcare Training Development LifeAssurance Benefits at a Glance The results regarding the benefits within the regulatory affairs sector show a wide range of benefits for regulatory professionals, with employees often receiving benefits including a bonus, private healthcare, pension and life assurance. In comparison to other sectors, regulatory professionals are less likely to receive a range of benefits, including training and development, car allowance and private healthcare. Average Salary by Experience in Industry (£) 20k - 30k 0-2 years 30k - 40k 3-5 years 80k+ 10+ years 30k - 40k 2-3 years 40k - 50k 5-10 years When analysing the average salary by job title for the regulatory sector, it is clear that as the job increases in seniority the salary increases accordingly. This trend accelerates as the seniority rises, with greater salary increases between senior roles than lower seniority.
  20. 20.20 Clinical Professionals 2014 SalarySurvey : RegulatoryAffairs The table above shows that salaries are generally static for job roles within regulatory affairs, with pay increases correlating to job title seniority, as opposed to experience in industry. It is worth noting that regulatory consultants tend to be employed on contracts and therefore salary is inflated for the table’s values. Experience in industry (£) JobTitle 0 - 1Years 1 - 2Years 2 - 3Years 3 - 5Years 5-10Years 10+Years RegulatoryAssistant /Admin 20k-30k 20k-30k 20k-30k 20k-30k 20k-30k RegulatoryOfficer 30k-40k 30k-40k 30k-40k RegulatorySpecialist 30k-40k 30k-40k 40k – 50k 40k – 50k Senior RegulatoryOfficer 40k-50k 40k-50k 40k-50k 50k – 60k 50k – 60k Regulatory Manager 40k-50k 40k-50k 40k-50k 60k – 70k RegulatoryAssociate Director 80k+50k-60k Regulatory Director 50k-60k 80k+ RegulatoryConsultant 50k-60k 80k+ 80k+ Proportion of Responses within Salary Ranges The salary survey received a wide range of results across a range of salary bandings, experience levels and locations. The majority of responses were from London and the South East, although this is likely to be due to the high numbers of pharmaceutical companies having offices in London and the South East, in comparison to the numbers with offices in the Midlands and the North. 0% 5% 10% 20k - 30k 40k - 50k 60k - 70k 80k+ 30k - 40k 50k - 60k 70k - 80k SBSP= 57k 80k+
  21. 21.Clinical Professionals 2014 SalarySurvey : RegulatoryAffairs The results from the survey on whether candidates thought their salary reflected their level of experience within the regulatory affairs sector indicates a similar viewpoint to last year’s results, with 58% of candidates thinking that their salary did not reflect their level of experience. of candidates said they will be looking for a new role in the next 12 months of candidates said they would take a new role in the next 12 months if the package was right of candidates thinking that their salary did not reflect their level of experience. of candidates said they will not be looking for a new role in the next 12 months 43% 58% 39% 18% The locations of our responses were: 38.2% London 2.9% East 38.6% South East 5.7% SouthWest 8.8% NorthWest 2.9% North East 2.9% East Midlands Experience levels 6% 0-2 years 6.2% 2-3 years 24.2% 3-5 years 33.3% 5-10 years 30.3% 10+ years 10% 15% 20% 25% 30% 21
  22. 22.22 The results from the table above show that the salary ranges gradually increase in line with experience, although the average salary levels remain fairly static until the employee has over 5 years experience within the industry. The European pharmaceutical salary survey received a variety of responses from multiple European countries, with the majority of responses being from Switzerland, Belgium and France. The responses from experience levels within the European survey, showed that the majority of our survey respondents had over five years of experience working within the regulatory affairs sector. It is worth taking note

    of this when analysing the results within the European regulatory affairs sector. The results from the European pharmaceutical salary survey showed that 45% of regulatory affairs employees within Europe thought that their salary reflected their level of experience, which demonstrates that European employees are slightly happier with their salary than the UK regulatory respondents. Average Salary by Experience in Industry (e) 40k - 50k 0-2 years 40k - 50k 3-5 years 90k+ 10+ years 40k - 50k 2-3 years 60k - 70k 5-10 years The locations of our responses were: 11.1% Germany 21.1% France 21.7% Switzerland 8.1% Netherlands 10.4% Spain 2.7% Italy 18.9% Belgium 6% Other Experience levels 6.4% 0-2 years 10.6% 2-3 years 19.3% 3-5 years 36.1% 5-10 years 27.6% 10+ years Regulatory Affairs EUROPEAN

  23. 23.Clinical Professionals 2014 SalarySurvey : RegulatoryAffairs (European) 23 Bonus 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% Group Personal Pension Gym Membership Meal Vouchers Car Allowance Denplan (orequivilent) Income Protection Professional Association Memberships MobileHealthcare Training Development LifeAssurance Benefits at a Glance It is worth noting that receiving a company pension is mandatory in Italy, which will have adjusted the results slightly in favour of employees receiving a pension as part of their benefits. However, as seen in the graph below, the results from the European survey showed that the majority of respondents received a bonus and/or private healthcare benefits.These benefit results were mirrored across both our UK and EU surveys. JobTitle UK (£) France (€) Switzerland(€) Germany(€) Belgium (€) RegulatoryAssistant /Admin 20k-30k 30k-40k 40k-50k 40k-50k 30k-40k Regulatory Officer 30k-40k 40k-50k 50k-60k 40k-50k 30k-40k Senior Regulatory Officer 40k-50k 50k-60k 60k-70k 50k-60k 40k-50k Regulatory Specialist 30k-40k 40k-50k 50k-60k 40k-50k Regulatory Manager 50k-60k 50k-60k 80k-90k 60k-70k 60k-70k Regulatory Associate Director 80k+ 70k-80k 90k+ 90k+ 70k-80k Regulatory Director 80k+ 80k-90k 90k+ 90k+ 80k-90k Senior Regulatory Director 80k+ 90k+ 90k+ 90k+ 90k+
  24. 24.DrugSafety (Pharmacovigilance) 24For more information on this vertical market please contact: +44 (0)118 9594 990 or +49 (0)711 222 54 403 apply@clinicalprofessionals.eu
  25. 25.25 Clinical Professionals 2014 SalarySurvey : DrugSafety (Pharmacovigilance) Bonus 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% GroupPersonal Pension Gym Membership Car Allowance Denplan (orequivilent) Income Protection Professional Association Memberships Healthcare Training Development LifeAssurance Benefits at a Glance Within the drug safety sector, over half of the respondents receive a bonus, private healthcare, or a pension as part of their remuneration package. Although these were also the most common benefits of all in 2013, last year’s results showed that the majority of respondents did not receive them. 30k - 40k 0-2 years 40k - 50k 3-5 years 70k - 80k 10+ years 30k - 40k 2-3 years 40k - 50k 5-10 years When comparing the average salary by experience to 2013’s results you can see that the average salary has slightly increased for drug safety employees with less than 3 years’ experience and over 10 years’ experience. Salary’s have remained unchanged from last year’s results for employees with experience between 3 and 10 years. Average Salary by JobTitle (£) Drug Safety / PV Associate 20k-30k Drug Safety / PV Officer 30k-40k Drug Safety Scientist 40k-50k Drug Safety Specialist 30k-40k Senior Drug Safety / PV Officer 40k-50k Pharmacovigilance Associate Manager 40k-50k Pharmacovigilance Manager 50k-60k Senior Pharmacovigilance Manager 70k-80k Associate Director 70k-80k Director 70k-80k The results of the average salary by job title show that the average salary increases directly with the increased level of responsibility that the employee has. This year’s results show a similar average salary by job title to last year’s results. Average Salary by Experience in Industry (£)
  26. 26.26 Clinical Professionals 2014 SalarySurvey : DrugSafety (Pharmacovigilance) The table above demonstrates that most roles within the drug safety sector experienced increases in salary as experience grew and as the job role became more senior. However, the Drug Safety Associate salary only increases after 5 years of industry experience within the role.The Drug Safety Scientist salaries remain static, and do not appear to increase in correlation with the number of years experience in industry. Experience in industry (£) JobTitle 0 - 1Years 1 - 2Years 2 - 3Years 3 - 5Years 5-10Years 10+Years DrugSafetyAssociate 20k-30k 20k-30k 20k-30k 20k-30k 30k-40k 40k-50k DrugSafety / PVOfficer 20k-30k 30k-40k 30k-40k 30k-40k DrugSafetyScientist 40k-50k 40k-50k 40k-50k 40k-50k 40k-50k 40k – 50k DrugSafetySpecialist 30k-40k 30k-40k 30k-40k 30k-40k 40k-50k 50k – 60k Senior DrugSafety / PV Officer 30k-40k 30k-40k 40k-50k 40k-50k 50k – 60k 60k – 70k PharmacovigilanceAssociate Manager 30k-40k 40k-50k 40k-50k 40k-50k 40k-50k 50k – 60k Pharmacovigilance Manager 40k-50k 50k-60k 50k – 60k Senior Pharmacovigilance Manager 70k-80k 70k-80k Associate Director Director 50k-60k 70k-80k 70k-80k Proportion of Responses within Salary Ranges The graph on the right shows that the most common salary for the respondents of our salary survey who work within drug safety / pharmacovigilance is £40-50k, which is an increase from the £30-40k last year. The majority of respondents were based in London and the South East, with between 5 and 10 years experience. Compared to last year’s respondents, this years respondents had slightly higher levels of experience on average. 0% 5% 10% 20k-30k 40k-50k 60k-70k 30k-40k 50k-60k 70k-80k SBSP= 42k
  27. 27.Clinical Professionals 2014 SalarySurvey : DrugSafety (Pharmacovigilance) The results from the survey on whether candidates thought their salary reflected their level of experience within the drug safety sector, indicates a more positive view of remuneration within the sector. 62% of candidates thought that their salary reflected their level of experience, in comparison to last year’s results, where the majority of candidates did not think that their salary reflected their level of experience. The locations of our responses were: 34.3% London 3.8% East 40.2% South East 7.3% SouthWest 3.7% NorthWest 7.6% North East 3.1% Wales Experience levels 11.7% 0-2 years 14.6% 2-3 years 8.8% 3-5 years 38.2% 5-10 years 26.7% 10+ years 15% 20% 25% 30% 35% 40% 27 of candidates said they will be looking for a new role in the next 12 months of candidates said they would take a new role in the next 12 months if the package was right of candidates thought that their salary did not reflect their level of experience of candidates said they will not be looking for a new role in the next 12 months 27% 38% 50% 23%
  28. 28.28 The average salary by experience table below shows that the average salary gradually increases alongside experience levels within the drug safety / pharmacovigilance sector, similar to the UK results. However, unlike the large jump in salary results for respondents who had over ten years experience within the UK, within Europe the salary only slightly increased for respondents with over 5 years experience. Therewasaslightlyhigherresponselevelfor theEuropeansalarysurveyfromemployees workingwithinItaly.Someoftherespondents notedthattheyworkedacrossmultiple countriesacrossEurope,resultinginthe percentagetotalsforthecountrysplitcoming toover100%. Themajorityofrespondentshadexperience levelsofover5years,whichshouldbetaken intoaccountwhenanalysingtheresults. Average Salary by Experience in Industry (e) 30k - 40k 0-2 years 40k - 50k 3-5 years 60k - 70k 10+ years 40k - 50k 2-3 years 60k - 70k 5-10 years The locations of our responses were: 18.1% Germany 10.5% Switzerland 18.1% Netherlands 16.4% Spain 27.3% Italy 8.9% Belgium 18.1% Other Experience levels 13.6% 0-2 years 7.8% 2-3 years 6.4% 3-5 years 26.1% 5-10 years 46.1% 10+ years DrugSafety (Pharmacovigilance) EUROPEAN
  29. 29.29 Within the drug safety / pharmacovigilance respondents from the European salary survey, 53% of respondents believed that their salary reflected their level of experience. This highlighted a slightly higher belief that the respondents’ salary did not match their level of experience in comparison to the UK counterparts. The table above shows the average salary for each job title across the main European countries that responded to both our UK and European pharmaceutical salary surveys within the drug safety / pharmacovigilance sector, demonstrating a steady growth in salary as the job role gains seniority for all of the main European countries. Bonus 0% 5% 10% 15% 20% 25% GroupPersonal Pension Professional Association Memberships Car Allowance Training Development IncomeProtectionHealthcare GymMembershipLifeAssurance Benefits at a Glance The respondents within Europe were most likely to receive a bonus out of the different benefit options. However there were less candidates with benefit packages across Europe in comparison to the UK results, with less than 25% of respondents receiving a bonus, in comparison to over 50% for the UK survey. JobTitle UK (£) France (€) Switzerland(€) Germany(€) Belgium (€) Drug Safety / PV Associate 20k-30k 40k-50k 50k-60k 50k-60k 40k-50k Drug Safety / PV Officer 30k-40k 40k-50k 60k-70k 50k-60k 40k-50k Drug Safety Scientist 40k-50k 70k-80k 60k-70k Drug Safety Specialist 30k-40k 70k-80k 60k-70k 50k-60k Senior Drug Safety / PV Officer 40k-50k 50k-60k 70k-80k 70k-80k 50k-60k Pharmacovigilance Associate Manager 40k-50k 60k-70k 80k-90k 80k-90k 60k-70k Pharmacovigilance Manager 50k-60k 60k-70k 80k-90k 90k+ 60k-70k Senior Pharmacovigilance Manager 70k-80k 70k-80k 80k-90k 90k+ 80k-90k Associate Director 70k-80k 90k+ 80k-90k 90k+ 90k+ Director 70k-80k 90k+ 90k+ 90k+ 90k+ Clinical Professionals 2014 SalarySurvey : DrugSafety (Pharmacovigilance) (European)
  30. 30.Medical Affairs / Information 30For more information on this vertical market please contact: +44 (0)118 9594 990 or +49 (0)711 222 54 403 apply@clinicalprofessionals.eu
  31. 31.31 Clinical Professionals 2014 SalarySurvey : MedicalAffairs / Information Average Salary by JobTitle (£) Medical Affairs Manager 60k-70k Senior Medical Affairs Manager 70k-80k Medical Affairs Director 80k+ VP Medical Affairs 80k+ Medical Information Associate 30k-40k Medical Science Liaison (MSL) 50k-60k Associate Director MSL 70k-80k Scientific Advisor 50k-60k Senior Scientific Advisor 60k-70k The responses from the salary survey showed that average salary gradually increases with industry experience. In comparison to last year, respondents with less than 5 years experience reported a slightly higher salary. When comparing to other sectors, the medical affairs / information sector generally had higher average salary levels by experience for respondents with less than ten years experience. Bonus 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 70% 60% 80% GroupPersonal Pension Gym Membership Car Allowance Denplan (orequivilent) Income Protection Professional Association Memberships Healthcare Training Development LifeAssurance Benefits at a Glance As can be seen in the graph below, the majority of the respondents within medical affairs / information received a benefits package in addition to their salary. The most common benefits for the sector were a bonus, private healthcare and a pension scheme.The majority of survey respondents also noted that they received training, a car allowance, and life assurance benefits. Average Salary by Experience in Industry (£) 30k - 40k 0-2 years 50k - 60k 3-5 years 60k - 70k 10+ years 40k - 50k 2-3 years 50k - 60k 5-10 years The table on the left shows that, as expected, the average salary increases as the job title gains seniority. The average salary responses show a similar level of average salary from respondents as compared to last year.
  32. 32.32 Clinical Professionals 2014 SalarySurvey : MedicalAffairs / Information The results in the table above show that salary levels within medical affairs / information are normally fairly static within specific job titles, with salary levels for a job title only increasing slightly as experience increase, in comparison to a larger increase corresponding with increased levels of seniority. Experience in industry (£) JobTitle 0 - 1Years 1 - 2Years 2 - 3Years 3 - 5Years 5-10Years 10+Years MedicalAffairs Manager 50k-60k 60k-70k 60k-70k Senior MedicalAffairs Manager 70k-80k 70k-80k MedicalAffairs Director 60k-70k 80k+ VP MedicalAffairs 60k-70k 80k+ Medical Information Associate 30k-40k 30k-40k 30k-40k 40k-50k 50k-60k 60k - 70k MedicalScience Liaison (MSL) 50k-60k 50k-60k 50k-60k 60k-70k 60k - 70k Associate Director MSL 70k-80k 70k-80k 70k-80k ScientificAdvisor 30k-40k 40k-50k 50k-60k 50k-60k SeniorScientificAdvisor 40k-50k 50k-60k 60k-70k Proportion of Responses within Salary Ranges The responses from the medical affairs / information sector of the salary survey were spread fairly evenly across the different salary levels. However the majority of respondents reported earning over £50,000. Similar to other sectors within the pharmaceutical salary survey, the majority of respondents from within the medical affairs / information sector were based in either London or the South East of England. 0% 5% 20k - 30k 40k - 50k 60k - 70k 80k+ 30k - 40k 50k - 60k 70k - 80k SBSP= 67k
  33. 33.Clinical Professionals 2014 SalarySurvey : MedicalAffairs / Information The locations of our responses were: 34.4% London 8.6% East 37.1% South East 11.6% SouthWest 2.6% NorthWest 2.6% Scotland 3.1% West Midlands Experience levels 15.9% 0-2 years 12.9% 2-3 years 13.4% 3-5 years 21% 5-10 years 36.8% 10+ years 10% 15% 20% 25% 33 In contrast to 2013’s salary survey results where 55% of respondents felt that their salary reflected their level of experience, only 42% of respondents from this year’s survey believed that their salary reflected this. of candidates said they will be looking for a new role in the next 12 months of candidates said they would take a new role in the next 12 months if the package was right of candidates thought that their salary did not reflect their level of experience of candidates said they will not be looking for a new role in the next 12 months 36% 58% 43% 21%
  34. 34.34 The results of our European salary survey showed that the average salary by experience rises gradually with increased experience levels.This is a result of salaries across the European medical affairs / information sector increasing in line with job level seniority, and remaining fairly static across experience. The majority of responses from the medical affairs / information sector of the European salary survey were from Switzerland, with the remaining responses split evenly across the other main European countries. The majority of respondents had over 5 years experience within industry. It is worth noting this when analysing the results from the European survey. Average Salary by Experience in Industry (e) 40k - 50k 0-2 years 70k - 80k 3-5 years 90k+ 10+ years 50k - 60k 2-3 years 80k - 90k 5-10 years The locations of our responses were: 14.1% Germany 18.7% France 34.2% Switzerland 9% Netherlands 14.1% Spain 5.2% Italy 4.7% Other Experience levels 4.7% 0-2 years 5.2% 2-3 years 9.8% 3-5 years 31.1% 5-10 years 49.2% 10+ years Medical Affairs / Information EUROPEAN
  35. 35.35 The results from the medical affairs / information sector showed that 53% of respondents from Europe thought that their salary reflected their level of experience. This is in contrast to the responses from the UK salary survey where the majority of respondents did not feel that their salary reflected their level of experience. The table above shows the average salary for each job title across the main European countries that responded to both our UK and European pharmaceutical salary surveys within the medical affairs / information sector. Benefits at a Glance The graph below shows that although the European respondents were less likely to receive benefits than their UK counterparts, nearly 75% of respondents to the European salary survey received a bonus as part of their benefit package.Training development and private healthcare benefits were also common, with just under half of respondents confirming that they received them. JobTitle UK (£) France (€) Switzerland(€) Germany(€) Belgium (€) Medical Science Liaison (MSL) 50k-60k 80k-90k 90k+ 70k-80k 70k-80k Associate Director MSL 70k-80k 90k+ 90k+ 90k+ 90k+ Medical Affairs Manager 60k-70k 70k-80k 90k+ 80k-90k 80k-90k Senior Medical Affairs Manager 70k-80k 80k-90k 90k+ 90k+ 90k+ Medical Information Associate 30k-40k 70k-80k 80k-90k 50k-60k Scientific /Medical Advisor 50k-60k 80k-90k 80k-90k Senior Scientific /Medical Advisor 60k-70k 90k+ 90k+ Medical Affairs Assistant Director 90k+ 90k+ 90k+ 90k+ Medical Affairs Director 80k+ 90k+ 90k+ 90k+ 90k+ VP Medical Affairs 80k+ 90k+ 90k+ 90k+ 90k+ Clinical Professionals 2014 SalarySurvey : MedicalAffairs / Information (European) Bonus 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 70% 60% 80% GroupPersonal Pension Gym Membership Car Allowance Denplan (orequivilent) Income Protection Professional Association Memberships Healthcare Training Development LifeAssurance
  36. 36.Quality Assurance / Quality Control 36For more information on this vertical market please contact: +44 (0)118 9594 990 or +49 (0)711 222 54 403 apply@clinicalprofessionals.eu
  37. 37.37 Clinical Professionals 2014 SalarySurvey :QualityAssurance /QualityControl Average Salary by JobTitle (£) QA Officer 25k - 35k QA Manager 40k - 50k Site QA head 30k - 40k Deputy QA Manager 30k - 40k Operations manager 50k - 60k Senior QA Officer 50k - 60k Quality Data Specialist 70k - 80k Quality assurance representative 20k - 30k Quality Assurance technician 30k - 40k Quality Compliance Officer 20k - 30k Trainee Qualified Person 40k - 50k Quality Governance Manager 50k - 60k The average salary by experience has increased from the 2012/2013 results, with the salary ranges increasing after 5 years by around 8k, and 10 years rising by 6k.The lower years’ experience sectors are similar to last year, showing the same salary for entry level and less experienced candidates. Bonus 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 70% 60% 90% 80% GroupPersonal Pension Gym Membership Car Allowance Denplan (orequivilent) Income Protection Professional Association Memberships Healthcare Training Development LifeAssurance Benefits at a Glance The highest benefits in the Quality Assurance sector were bonus and private medical cover, with no respondent’s receiving income protection.There was a high increase in respondents compared to last year, with bonus and medical cover benefits being the most popular within the industry.The only other significant change was the increase of training and development by over 30% in a year. Average Salary by Experience in Industry (£) 25k - 35k 0-2 years 30k - 40k 3-5 years 50k - 60k 10+ years 30k - 40k 2-3 years 40k - 50k 5-10 years The average salary by job title results show the levels that the salary rises compared to the job title.The senior versions of the job titles increase by around 10k, showing that the QA industry has a very steady progression with promotion and respective salaries.We have received many additional job titles compared to last year, as the range of QA careers continues to grow.
  38. 38.38 Clinical Professionals 2014 SalarySurvey :QualityAssurance /QualityControl Experience in industry (£) JobTitle 0 - 1Years 1 - 2Years 2 - 3Years 3 - 5Years 5-10Years 10+Years QA Manager /Officer 20k - 30k 20k - 30k 30k - 40k 40k - 50k 50k - 60k 50k - 60k SiteQA head 30k - 40k 40k - 50k DeputyQA Manager 30k - 40k 40k - 50k 40k - 50k Operations manager 50k - 60k 50k - 60k SeniorQAOfficer 50k - 60k 50k - 60k Quality DataSpecialist 70k - 80k Quality assurance representative 20k - 30k 30k - 40k 40k - 50k QualityAssurance technician 20k - 30k 30k - 40k 30k - 40k 30k - 40k QualityComplianceOfficer 20k - 30k 30k - 40k TraineeQualified Person 30k - 40k 40k - 50k QualityGovernance Manager 40k - 50k 50k - 60k Proportion of Responses within Salary Ranges The graph on the right shows that the most common salary for the respondents of our salary survey who work within Quality Assurance is £50-60k. The majority of respondents were based in London and the South East, with between 3-5 years experience or 10+ years. Compared to last year’s respondents, this years respondents had slightly higher levels of experience on average. 20k-30k 40k-50k 60k-70k 30k-40k 50k-60k 70k-80k 0% 5% 10% SBSP= 54k
  39. 39.Clinical Professionals 2014 SalarySurvey :QualityAssurance /QualityControl The locations of our responses were: 18% London 6% East 53% South East 11% SouthWest 6% NorthWest 6% West Midlands Experience levels 6% 0-2 years 10% 2-3 years 21% 3-5 years 11% 5-10 years 52% 10+ years 39 Based on 2013’s results where 80% of candidates were disatisfied with their salary there has been a slight decrease. At 75% this is still one of the highest results across the salary survey where the majority of candidates did not think that their salary reflected their level of experience.This high level of QA professionals not being happy with the salary has a direct link with the 59% of candidates who will be looking for a new role within the next 12 months. of candidates thought their salary did not reflect their level of experience of candidates said they would take a new role in the next 12 months if the package was right of candidates said they will be looking for a new role in the next 12 months of candidates said they will not be looking for a new role in the next 12 months 75% 18% 59% 23% 15% 20% 25% 30% 35%
  40. 40.Health Economics / Market Access 40For more information on this vertical market please contact: +44 (0)118 9594 990 or +49 (0)711 222 54 403 apply@clinicalprofessionals.eu
  41. 41.41 Clinical Professionals 2014 SalarySurvey : Health Economics / MarketAccess Average Salary by JobTitle (£) Health Economist 40k-50k Senior Health Economist 50k-60k Health Economist Manager 60k-70k Senior Health Economist Manager 60k-70k Director of Health Economics 70k-80k Market Access Manager 70k-80k Associate Director of Market Access 60k-70k Outcomes Research Manager 50k-60k Senior Outcomes Research Manager 70k-80k Bonus 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 70% 60% 80% GroupPersonal Pension Gym Membership Car Allowance Denplan (orequivilent) Income Protection Professional Association Memberships Healthcare Training Development LifeAssurance The table on the left shows the average salary by job title from the respondents for the health economics / market access sector. Although it may seem unusual that some of the higher level roles have lower average salary bands within health economics/market access, this is partly due to some employees moving into senior job roles within health economics/market access, having had little or no previous experience within the sector. This indicates that although the average salary by experience grows steadily, the average salary by job title can be more variable. Benefits at a Glance The graph below shows that the majority of respondents reported receiving a bonus, private healthcare and a work pension as part of their benefit package. Although this appears to be a better benefit package than the majority of other sectors, in comparison to last year’s results, respondents were less likely to receive income protection, life assurance, training development, and membership to professional associations. Average Salary by Experience in Industry (£) 40k - 50k 0-2 years 50k - 60k 3-5 years 70k - 80k 10+ years 50k - 60k 2-3 years 60k - 70k 5-10 years
  42. 42.42 Clinical Professionals 2014 SalarySurvey : Health Economics / MarketAccess The table above shows that the majority of job titles within health economics / market access increase in salary as the employee gains additional industry experience.As mentioned previously, it is worth noting the large difference in salary between associate directors of market access depends on whether they have five to ten years industry experience or ten+ years industry experience. Experience in industry (£) JobTitle 0 - 1Years 1 - 2Years 2 - 3Years 3 - 5Years 5-10Years 10+Years Health Economist 30k-40k 40k-50k 40k-50k 50k-60k 50k-60k 60k-70k Senior Health Economist 50k-60k 50k-60k 60k-70k 70k-80k Health Economist Manager 40k-50k 50k-60k 60k-70k 70k-80k Senior Health Economist Manager 60k-70k 70k-80k 70k-80k Director of Health Economics 70k-80k 70k-80k MarketAccess Manager 50k-60k 70k-80k 80k+ Associate Director of Market Access 50k-60k 80k+ Outcomes Research Manager 50k-60k 60k-70k 60k-70k SeniorOutcomesResearch Manager 60k-70k 70k-80k 70k-80k Proportion of Responses within Salary Ranges The responses for the health economics / market access sector were fairly evenly spread out across the salary ranges, demonstrating the wide range of salaries within the sector. Similar to other sectors within this pharmaceutical salary survey, the locations of the respondents were based mainly within London and the South East. 0% 5% 20k - 30k 40k - 50k 60k - 70k 80k+ 30k - 40k 50k - 60k 70k - 80k SBSP= 67k
  43. 43.Clinical Professionals 2014 SalarySurvey : Health Economics / MarketAccess The locations of our responses were: 38.1% London 33.4% South East 14.3% SouthWest 4.4% NorthWest 4.7% Scotland 5.1% East Midlands Experience levels 7.3% 0-2 years 12.3% 2-3 years 24.7% 3-5 years 24.7% 5-10 years 31% 10+ years 10% 15% 20% 43 In comparison to 2013’s results within health economics / market access this year’s respondents were more likely to feel that their salary did not reflect their level of experience. 55% of this year’s respondents confirmed that they did not think their salary reflected their level of experience, in comparison to only 46% last year. of candidates said they will be looking for a new role in the next 12 months of candidates said they would take a new role in the next 12 months if the package was right of this year’s respondents confirming that they did not think their salary reflected their level of experience of candidates said they will not be looking for a new role in the next 12 months 35% 55% 50% 15%
  44. 44.Biostatistics 44For more information on this vertical market please contact: +44 (0)118 9594 990 or +49 (0)711 222 54 403 apply@clinicalprofessionals.eu
  45. 45.45 Clinical Professionals 2014 SalarySurvey : Biostatistics Average Salary by JobTitle (£) SAS Programmer 20k-30k Senior SAS Programmer 40k-50k Data Systems Manager 40k-50k Principle Statistical Programmer 40k-50k Senior Principle Statistician 80k+ Statistical Director 80k+ Bonus 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 70% 60% 80% GroupPersonal Pension Gym Membership Car Allowance Denplan (orequivilent) Income Protection Professional Association Memberships Healthcare Training Development LifeAssurance The response from the average salary by job title within biostatistics shows that salaries vary greatly between the different job roles, lower seniority roles received a salary of £20-30k, whilst director and other high level roles received over £80k. Benefits at a Glance The majority of respondents reported that they received private healthcare, a work pension and life assurance as part of their added benefits. Overall this year’s respondents received a larger range of benefits compared to 2013’s respondents who often had smaller benefit packages.This was a direct result of the high level of competition for roles within biostatistics. The table above shows that salaries within biostatistics gradually increase as the employee gains more experience within the industry. In comparison to last year’s results, salaries for between three and ten years experience have slightly decreased. Average Salary by Experience in Industry (£) 20k - 30k 0-2 years 30k - 40k 3-5 years 70k - 80k 10+ years 30k - 40k 2-3 years 40k - 50k 5-10 years
  46. 46.46 Clinical Professionals 2014 SalarySurvey : Biostatistics The table above shows that the salary levels increase gradually within most job titles within the biostatistics sector. In comparison to last year’s results, salary levels have dropped slightly for SAS Programmers and Senior SAS Programmers with five to ten years experience. Salaries for other job roles / experience levels have remained static.This would indicate employees receiving higher levels of benefits, the result is a slight decrease in salary for some job roles. Experience in industry (£) JobTitle 0 - 1Years 1 - 2Years 2 - 3Years 3 - 5Years 5-10Years 10+Years SAS Programmer 20k-30k 20k-30k 20k-30k 30k-40k 40k-50k SeniorSAS Programmer 30k-40k 40k-50k 40k-50k 70k-80k 70k-80k DataSystems Manager 40k-50k 40k-50k 70k-80k PrincipleStatistical Programmer 40k-50k 50k-60k Senior PrincipleStatistician 70k-80k 70k-80k Statistical Director 70k-80k 80k+ Proportion of Responses within Salary Ranges The most common salary for the respondents of our salary survey who work within biometrics is £40-50k. However, in comparison to some of the other sectors within the pharmaceutical industry, the results were fairly evenly spread across the salary ranges. As with a lot of the pharmaceutical sector results, the majority of respondents were based in either London or theSouth East, as there is a concentration of pharmaceutical companies having offices in these locations. Interestingly there was also a higher percentage of respondents from the North West and North East within this sector. 20k - 30k 40k - 50k 60k - 70k 80k+ 30k - 40k 50k - 60k 70k - 80k 0% 5% 10% SBSP= 59k
  47. 47.Clinical Professionals 2014 SalarySurvey : Biostatistics The locations of our responses were: 20.1% London 6.7% East 33.2% South East 6.4% SouthWest 13.1% NorthWest 13.8% North East 6.7% West Midlands Experience levels 5.4% 0-2 years 11.3% 2-3 years 9.1% 3-5 years 35.4% 5-10 years 38.8% 10+ years 47 The results from the survey on whether candidates thought their salary reflected their level of experience, within the biostatistics sector virtually matches 2013’s results , with 67% of candidates thinking that their salary did not reflected their level of experience. of candidates said they will be looking for a new role in the next 12 months of candidates said they would take a new role in the next 12 months if the package was right of candidates thinking that their salary did not reflected their level of experience of candidates said they will not be looking for a new role in the next 12 months 33% 67% 47% 20% 15% 20% 25% 30% 35%
  48. 48.Medical Communications 48For more information on this vertical market please contact: +44 (0)118 9594 990 or +49 (0)711 222 54 403 apply@clinicalprofessionals.eu
  49. 49.49 Clinical Professionals 2014 SalarySurvey : MedicalCommunications Average Salary by JobTitle (£) MedicalWriter / Editor 30k-40k Senior MedicalWriter / Editor 50k-60k Account Manager 30k-40k Senior Account Manager 40k-50k Medical Communications Manager 50k-60k Associate Director of Medical Communications 80k+ Bonus 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 70% 60% GroupPersonal Pension Gym Membership Car Allowance Denplan (orequivilent) Income Protection Professional Association Memberships Healthcare Training Development LifeAssurance The table here shows the average salary by job title. Overall, most of the average salaries by job title were roughly the same as 2013’s results, with the only noticeable large increase being senior medical writers/ editors respondents. Benefits at a Glance The survey responses from medical communications’ candidates showed that, similar to other sectors, the majority of employees working within medical communications’ received a bonus as part of their salary benefit package. The table above shows that within medical communications, the average salary gradually increases directly alongside experience. In comparison to last year’s results, the average salary bandings for employees with over 3 years experience was slightly higher, with average salaries for employees with less than 3 years experience staying the same. Average Salary by Experience in Industry (£) 30k - 40k 0-2 years 40k - 50k 3-5 years 70k - 80k 10+ years 30k - 40k 2-3 years 50k - 60k 5-10 years
  50. 50.50 Clinical Professionals 2014 SalarySurvey : MedicalCommunications The table above shows the average salary for each job title, split by the number of years experience the respondents have gained within industry. The results show a slight increase for both medical writers / editors and senior medical writers / editors. Experience in industry (£) JobTitle 0 - 1Years 1 - 2Years 2 - 3Years 3 - 5Years 5-10Years 10+Years MedicalWriter / Editor 20k-30k 30k-40k 30k-40k 40k-50k 40k-50k Senior MedicalWriter / Editor 40k-50k 60k-70k 60k-70k Account Manager 30k-40k 30k-40k 40k-50k 40k-50k SeniorAccount Manager 30k-40k 40k-50k 40k-50k 60k-70k 60k-70k MedicalCommunications Manager 40k-50k 40k-50k 50k-60k 70k-80k Associate Director of Medical Communications 80k+ Proportion of Responses within Salary Ranges Thegraphontherightshowsthathalfof therespondentsfromwithinthemedical communicationssectorhaveasalaryof between£40-50k. Themajorityoftheresponseswerealso fromLondonwhichisduetoalotof medicalcommunicationsagenciesbeing Londoncentric.Thisisworthofnoteas Londonsalariescansometimesbehigher thansalariesintherestofthecountry, duetothehighercostsoflivingwithinthe capital. 20k - 30k 40k - 50k 60k - 70k 80k+ 30k - 40k 50k - 60k 70k - 80k 0% 5% 10% 15% SBSP= 52k
  51. 51.Clinical Professionals 2014 SalarySurvey : MedicalCommunications The locations of our responses were: 49.6% London 14.3% East 14.9% South East 14.3% NorthWest 6.9% North East Experience levels 7.2% 0-2 years 14.5% 2-3 years 14.1% 3-5 years 49.7% 5-10 years 14.5% 10+ years 51 The results from the survey on whether candidates felt their salary reflected their level of experience within the medical communications sector, portrays a similar viewpoint as 2013’s results. of candidates said they will be looking for a new role in the next 12 months of candidates said they would take a new role in the next 12 months if the package was right of candidates thought that their salary did not reflect their level of experience of candidates said they will not be looking for a new role in the next 12 months 36% 50% 50% 14% 15% 20% 25% 30% 40%35% 45%
  52. 52.Only Medics 52For more information on this vertical market please contact: +44 (0)118 9522 799 or +49 (0)711 222 54 403 info@onlymedics.com
  53. 53.53 Clinical Profession


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