Top 3 Must Have Skill Sets:
1. Industry or related experience
2. PharmD or PhD or MD
3. Ability to analyze scientific data and interpret and communicate the data
Requires all staff, staff augmentation external workers, and certain other external workers, in the United States and Puerto Rico to be vaccinated from COVID 19 as a condition of assignment. In accordance with applicable law, will provide reasonable accommodations to staff augmentation external workers who qualify on the basis of a medical reason or a sincerely held religious belief, practice, or observance. Such accommodation may not pose an undue hardship to its operations, or its staff.”
Ideal candidate- PharmD, PhD, MD, or DO with 1 or more years of relevant experience in clinical research, patient care, Clinical Development, Medical/Scientific Affairs, and/or basic research (Other doctorate degrees may be considered). Prior experience in Medical Affairs or Clinical Development within the biopharmaceutical industry, and/or clinical or research experience in the areas of inflammation.
The successful candidate will be responsible for communicating scientific information on pipeline and inline products within the Inflammation therapeutic area to the US healthcare community, enabling informed decision making for optimal patient care and access to products. Reporting to the Medical Communication Inflammation Platform Lead, the Manager’s responsibilities will include execution of initiatives such as writing standard response documents, performing intake of adverse events and product complaint reports related to Inflammation product(s), communicating disease state and product information to internal and external customers, performing literature surveillance and analysis, reviewing field-based promotional and educational materials for scientific accuracy, providing support for key scientific congresses including creation of Scientific Affairs booths, the development and management of scientific platforms, scientific advisory boards, and resources for Medical Science Liaisons, and management of project-associated budgets. This position offers an opportunity to work in a matrix environment on cross-functional teams that are focused on supporting innovative scientific programs. Some travel may be required — approximately 10%.
•Master’s degree & 5 years of clinical, academic, or industry experience
•Bachelor’s degree & 7 years of clinical, academic, or industry experience
•PharmD, PhD, MD, or DO with 1 or more years of relevant experience in clinical research, patient care, Clinical Development, Medical/Scientific Affairs, and/or basic research (Other doctorate degrees may be considered)
•Prior experience in Medical Affairs or Clinical Development within the biopharmaceutical industry, and/or clinical or research experience in the areas of inflammation
•An understanding of the pharmaceutical commercialization process and knowledge of the regulatory and legal guidelines affecting promotion of prescription products
•Aptitude in writing and presenting on scientific and clinical data
•Excellent communication (written and verbal), interpersonal, organizational, time management, and project planning skills
•Demonstrated track record of strategic execution in a matrix environment
•The ability to work in teams and interface in a dynamic environment across corporate functions
•Understanding of disease landscape and clinical data to enable critical analysis of scientific literature and communicate implications cross-functionally
•Prior experience of successfully managing consultants and vendors
•Strong computer and database skills, particularly with Microsoft Office products
Work Environment: Team-based with occasional individual assignments
Position will require working in an open and collaborative workspace. Work hours are Monday through Friday during normal business hours (8am to 5pm). Work performance will be determined by hiring manager through review of project assignments and deliverables.
"This posting is for Contingent Worker, not an FTE"