Associate Director of Medical Affairs
A large biopharmaceutical company is looking for a talented Associate Director of Medical Affairs to join their team in Germany. This organisation has a robust pipeline of transformative medicines, if you're looking to make a huge difference, then this might be the role for you.
- Responsible for specific activities and strategic project within DACH Medical Affairs for the rare disease area requiring both internal cross functional and external KOL collaborations (e.g. local advisory boards, webinar concepts and other local educational forums).
- Ensure a focused communication and interaction with KOL regarding the forthcoming Translarna label change
- Support national congress activities and being responsible for medical activities such as symposium content, speaker briefing and poster presentations at congresses.
- In collaboration with commercial Marketing and Sales teams, responsible for review and local adaption of global materials and scientific content of promotional and non-promotional materials such as training material, slide decks, brochures to inform HCPs and homepage materials.
- Drives the tactical implementation and coordinates collaboration with CROs and study sites for local clinical projects such as global study, registry and IIT activities in order to screen potential patients
- Act as content manager screening recent publication in the related scientific area and streamlining content, inform team members on literature updates and be responsible for the national licensing process of literature to be shared with internal and external stakeholders. Work-up specific scientific topics of interest and deliver literature summaries.
Skills and Requirements
- An advanced degree (e.g., Masters, MPH, PharmD, M.D. or Ph.D.) in a scientific discipline and demonstrated experience of progressive responsibility in, pharmaceutical, biotechnology or related environment with a minimum of 3 years medical affairs experience or equivalent combination of education and experience.
- In-depth, hands on experience working with KOL's, clinicians, HCPs, payors, and/or academic institutions establishing/maintaining relationships and scientific/medical credibility.
- Demonstrated success in interpreting scientific data and presenting research information to scientists and HCPs.
- Experience dealing with the local regulatory authorities and payor organisations.
- Excellent verbal and written communication and skills, including scientific/technical writing and presentations leadership ability and experience managing, coaching and mentoring direct reports (if applicable)
- Fluent in English and German (written and verbal).
A full job description is available on request.
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