Global pharma/biotech company with innovative medicines including oncology. Will oversee some of the medical affairs activities of the Oncology therapeutic area, along with the Senior Director, Medical Affairs, Oncology. The Director is responsible for contributing to the medical strategies and overall US medical affairs plan for oncology, including, medical information responses, the scientific communications including poster presentations and publications (in conjunction with the Publication team), the design and medical monitoring of US-based clinical studies, and the approval of educational grants.
Will work with the MSL team in developing and managing regional relationships with key opinion leaders (KOLs), working with KOLs on externally-sponsored study requests, providing internal (& relevant external) training, and preparing/supervising responses to Medical Information requests so that customers will be informed about the Oncology products and therapeutic areas in various markets. Key internal partners include the Medical Affairs and clinical operations group running the Oncology studies, the Oncology commercial team, and global Oncology franchise medical personnel.
- Collaborate with cross-functional teams within company to provide medical/scientific expertise and marketplace feedback.
- Contribute to the scientific publication plan in US and design and run clinical studies in conjunction with Medical Affairs Operations group.
- Ensure appropriate scientific, disease and company product training for the MSL team and other internal partners.
- Develop and supervise the execution of the Oncology KOL identification process.
- Through the Medical Affairs Information Dept and MSL team, create & disseminate medically sound information to support the safe & effective use of Oncology products (adhering to Regulatory and corporate guidelines).
- Offer medical input and manage budgets for clinical grants and medical education support activities.
- MD with experience in Oncology preferred, PhD with Oncology experience.
- Board eligible or certified Oncologist a plus.
- Minimum 2-3 years in pharmaceutical industry for the Associate Director level, minimum of 3-6 years of experience for the Director level, with most in Medical Affairs, but some clinical trials/research experience a plus.
- Experience in presenting and publishing scientific information a plus.
- Knowledge of clinical trial design, biostatistics desired.
up to $280K + plus Annual Bonus + Long Term Incentives
Northern NJ/NYC Area