Director, Global Medical Affairs Leader Dermatology SUMMARY OF POSITION
The Director/Senior Director, Global Medical Affairs leader will be responsible for providing scientific direction, execution and support to the VP, GMA for life cycle management for rare genetic dermatologic disease, of epidermolysis bullosa.
MAJOR ACTIVITIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
- Provide strategic Global Medical input to clinical development, pre-registration, pre- and post-market launch strategies, and life cycle management.
- Attend scientific meetings and foster and develop strong relationships with investigators.
- Leverage strong science in the development and launch of commercially viable products
utilizing aggressive timelines; integrate scientific rigor, medical need and commercial
value into compelling strategies in support of successful registration and marketing.
- Develop and implement reliable and high-value communication strategy for a new
- Global medical affairs support for in-line and pre-launch products, including strategic and
tactical planning and design, implementation and timely completion of Phase 4 studies
and addressing post-marketing concerns.
- Work in and enable a positive team environment and interact with global clinical,
scientific and marketing team.
- Prioritize and resource pre-market launches and post-market medical programs.
- Successfully create a bridge between clinical development and medical teams and
provide medical expertise to the commercial product teams.
- Leverage relationships with external customers to ensure robust and compliant physician
and patient insights to drive successful product launches and medical communications.
- Interface internally and externally with key stakeholders, managed care leaders, and the
broader scientific community to lead and execute medical strategy of innovative and differentiated medicine, ensuring the medical community is appropriately engaged with the information they need to support patient care needs e.g. scientific advisory boards, webinars and presentations.
The Director, Global Medical Affairs Leader Dermatology reports to the Vice President, Global Medical Affairs.
QUALIFICATIONS AND BACKGROUND REQUIREMENTS Educational Requirements
- MD, PhD, PharmD
- Specialty training in Dermatology or significant medical affairs dermatology experience
within the pharmaceutical industry
- At least five years clinical experience preferred
Professional Work Experience
- Demonstrated experience with developing medical strategies, plans and execution in pharmaceutical environment at the leadership level
- Demonstrated experience with global opinion leader engagement
- Pharmaceutical experience in rare diseases and dermatology
A minimum of 30% domestic and international travel