A research-based development stage bio-pharmaceutical company is seeking an experienced Principal Medical Science Liaison with strong experience in the Oncology space.
-Demonstrated experience and success in technical proficiency, scientific and/or medical creativity, collaboration with others and independent thought. Experience with solving extremely complex problems using analysis of situations or data.
-Contributes to the development, management, and execution of the Medical Affairs Strategic Plan and all related pre- and post-launch activities.
- Utilizes strong communication skills in multiple settings as well as manages a number of tasks and projects in a time efficient way.
-The role focuses on pre- and post-launch activities as part of the Medical Affairs Team and under the direction of Head of Medical Affairs.
-Provides a medical / scientific expertise in the development of content and programs to be used for educating internal support functions, key internal stakeholders, including development of training materials on Oncology products, with an initial focus on bladder and melanoma.
-Works with Medical Information team to develop medical program materials for external-facing activities such as conference booths, and other mediums, as appropriate.
-Supports clinical development programs in the investigator's capabilities for trial execution.
-Provides clinical support and deliver data presentations regionally and nationally as needed. Sustain expertise in disease state management, emerging therapies, and the competitive landscape.
-As needed, the role collaborates with cross functional partners in Clinical Development, Clinical Operations, and Research in support of Phase I to IV clinical trials, including site identification, education of investigators, study awareness initiatives, including congress and related activities, as well as participation in investigator meetings and Scientific Advisory Boards as appropriate.
Minimum Qualification Requirements
-An advanced degree required (Pharm D, PhD or MD); advanced professional degree (e.g. NP, PA, R.Ph., MA, BSN) may be considered.
-8+ years of relevant experience, which includes 4+ years working as an MSL in the biotech / pharmaceutical industry within the Oncology/ Immuno-oncology field or a combination of experience working within Oncology and as an Oncology MSL.
-Knowledge or experience in the Oncology therapeutic area is required, and experience in bladder or melanoma preferred.
-Demonstrated ability to solve problems along with strong organizational skills.
-Prior experience developing educational assets such as slide decks, FAQs or related MSL materials is required.
-Previous experience working in a cross-functional team setting.
-Experience and understanding of ICH, and GCP.
-Must be a demonstrated self-starter and team player with strong interpersonal skills.
-Must possess excellent project management skills.
-Must have strong computer skills with a proficiency in Microsoft Project, Word, Excel, Visio, Outlook, Veeva, and PowerPoint.
-Ability to travel, locally and regionally with overnight stays. May travel up to 80% once travel restrictions are lifted.