Associate Director of Medical Affairs

Paramus, NJ 07652

Posted: 06/14/2019 Industry: Admin Job Number: 8978

Associate Director/Director, Medical Affairs



SUMMARY

This position will provide medical/scientific strategic input and executional expertise for the launch of this new medication for a rare, orphan disease indication.



RESPONSIBILITIES


  • Review all materials submitted to the Promotional Review Committee for scientific/medical accuracy.



  • Work collaboratively with the Commercial and Market Access Groups as the scientific resource on the launch product.



  • Serve as a liaison to the patient advocacy groups working within this disease space.



  • Analyze the competitor development and launch plan, trials designs, data analysis method and life cycle management activities and assess their position relative to the NS product.



  • Develop and maintain relationships with physicians engaged in the treatment of Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy.



  • Assist with publication planning and content development of scientific communications.



  • Assist with the development of Advisory Board planning and execution.



  • Aid in the training of medical science liaisons, field sales force representatives and market access representatives.



  • Perform additional duties as assigned.





QUALIFICATIONS

  • Demonstrated a strong understanding of the patient and development of the patient journey, deriving insights from the data that will help to inform strategy and tactical implications.



  • Demonstrated ability to evaluate and interpret data and translate that information into appropriate tactics and solutions to support pre and post-launch communications objectives.



  • Clear understanding of the medical communications industry and current knowledge of industry issues and trends.



  • Thorough understanding of compliance issues.



  • Excellent time management, multitasking and ability to deliver on time and on point.



  • Strong written and verbal communication and presentation skills



  • Demonstrated ability to teach or educate teams.



  • Minimum of 10 years of experience in the field of medical affairs or related areas



  • Advanced degree (preferably PharmD, PhD)



  • Experience with a diverse number of therapeutic areas, preferably in rare disease



  • Experience pre-launch and post launch communication activities




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