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Sr. Manager, US Medical

Job Description

  • Location: Summit, NJ
  • Type: Contract
  • Job #71572

Our client, a leading pharmaceutical company, is hiring a Sr. Manager, US Medical on a contract basis.

Work Location

Summit, NJ/ Hybrid


The Senior Manager, US Medical Affairs, Hematology (Myeloid) will report to the Associate Director, US Medical Affairs, Hematology (Myeloid). They will provide scientific/medical support for the approved MDS indications. This individual will support the design and implementation of a strategic disease area medical plan, under the direction of the US MDS Lead, and in coordination with the US Franchise Team.


Key Responsibilities:


1. Leadership responsibilities: strategic and tactical

• Collaborate with Medical Affairs colleagues to assist in generation and execution of therapeutic area strategy and tactics with appropriate oversight and use of resources.

• Support Medical affairs cross-functional sub team meetings.

• Plan and coordinate the conduct of advisory boards and/or steering committee meetings.

• Support members of the Myeloid Disease team as necessary for various medical activities and cross-functional working groups.

• Plan and coordinate activities and represent the company at professional meetings, congresses, and local symposia.


2. Deliverable responsibilities: strategic and tactical

• Track and coordinate cross-functional Medical Affairs tactics in US Disease Plans as well as needs to allow strategy updates

• Support the partnership with Scientific Communications on developing Disease publication strategy, gap analysis, and key messages

• Provide high quality scientific/clinical input and review of (as needed):

o Disease strategy/plans

o Abstracts, posters, slides, manuscripts

o Educational materials in disease area including slides, webcasts, etc.

Cooperative group and IIT proposals

o Clinical Development Plans (CDPs), Commercial Brand Plans, Integrated Disease Plans

o Open Data Questions process (ODQs)

o Scientific educational grant requests

o Patient advocacy grant requests

• Aid in the execution of Medical Affairs Sponsored Trials and registries (when applicable), within appropriate standards for compliance, quality, timeliness, and budget.

• Assist with scientific searches, data summaries, preparation for site visits/corporate visits/payor presentations

• Track priority Medical Affairs tactics and performance to goals/budget


3. Actively engage/interact with key stakeholders, including:

• Internal:

o Med Affairs partners in disease area

o Global Medical Affairs Leadership

o Marketing

o Market Access


o Clinical Research & Development

o Biostatistics

o Translational Development

o Regulatory Affairs

o Project Leadership

• External:

o Investigators, KOLs

o Global Steering Committees

o Scientific Advisory Boards

o Advocacy groups

o Cooperative groups


Qualifications & Experience:


• Advanced degree (MD, PharmD and/or PhD) in life science

• Solid experience in medical affairs, clinical and/o translational research in hematology or oncology 4+ years

• Previous experience working in myeloid disease

• Strong interpersonal skills, ability to remain calm and positive under pressure

• Excellent communication skills, including presentations to large groups, facilitation of interactive discussions, and 1:1 with TLs.

• Excellent analytical skills and solid experience in translating medical/clinical information into medical affairs strategies.

• Demonstrated customer focus orientation & credibility

• Hard working with a can-do attitude


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