Director GMA Oncology- ADC
Northern, NJ 07920
Location: Northern NJ
Company: Top BioPharma Company
Compensation: $200k to $250k Base + Bonus + Big Stocks + Amazing Benefits
Contact: Ken Kupersmith- [email protected]
New Oncology R&D department at major Pharmaceutical aims to deliver seven distinct new molecular entities over eight years during 2018 to 2025.
The Director Global Medical Affairs Oncology (GMA), ADC (Antibody Drug Conjugate), under the direction of the Senior Director, is responsible for assisting with defining compound/program medical strategies and for leading select medical affairs projects within a specific compound or indication.
1.Leads the development of the Global Medical Affairs strategy and execution of the Global Medical Affairs plan for select Oncology indications/projects related to evidence generation/studies, medical information and internal education, publications, scientific exchange and external data communication, and stakeholder scientific engagement.
2.Responsible for managing budgets and resources for the assigned GMA plan activities, in collaboration with Sr. Director.
3.Leads medical readiness activities for market launches and life cycle management for select Oncology indications/projects.
4.Provide medical support/input into commercial and market access discussions for select indications.
5.Provides support in review of investigator-initiated studies (IIS) and may serve as deputy compound lead in Global IIS Review Committee meetings.
6.Leads external medical education and other scientific exchange and insight generation activities in alignment with the Senior Director, such as scientific symposium and medical congresses, within legal and compliance regulations.
7.Provides support in the review of GMA Publications (abstracts, presentations, and manuscripts) and may serve as deputy compound lead on the Publication Planning Subteam (PPS).
1.PhD, MD or PharmD degree required
2.10 years overall relevant experience; 5 years in pharma industry
3.Strong knowledge of current clinical practice in Oncology / Hematology / Endocrinology, be the Subject Matter Expert (SME)
4.Must possess strong knowledge of medical affairs activities including scientific communications, medical information and education, MSLs KOL Scientific Exchange ability, Communication and Publication planning, Advisory Boards and HEOR, relating to the commercialization of oncology products
5.Strong cross-functional collaboration and communication skills
6.Conduct medical/legal review
7.Operational knowledge and experience in prospective and/or retrospective study design and all stages of study conduct (Start-up, Execution, Analysis, Reporting)
8.Internal Project and Budget Accountability