Overview

Reference Number: JO-1905-430690
Executive Director – Global Medical Affairs
Rate: Negotiable
Job Type: Permanent
Location: United States

A fast growing rare disease business will have a continuous pipeline of submissions and new medicine launches over the coming years and will provide a challenging and engaging role for an Executive Director – Global Medical Affairs.

The company is based in New Jersey and is very well established , has good revenues and a very bright future. They require an experienced medical affairs professional with a background in developing medical affairs functions across the USA and Europe.

You will be responsible for putting into place a world-class Medical Affairs Operations organization appropriate to address company growth and new clinical development.

Job duties:
Lead and manage direct reports tasked with ensuring compliant development, and maintenance of Investigator Initiated Trials, Continuing Medical Education Grants, Medical Training and Field/Team Operations
Medical Operations: Drives and supports implementation of strategic operations and planning to ensure optimization of processes
Manage vendors, software systems, budgets and timelines
Develop, implement and manage training programs for medical personnel e.g. new hires and skills based training
Collaboratively develop SOPs and work procedures, internal quality assessment methodologies, establish and examine metrics to ensure operational effectiveness and efficiency for medical information services, publications, training, and Investigator Initiated Research
Ensure development and implementation of strategically aligned publication/communication plan for all therapeutic areas
Implement and assess robust global medical information programs to provide scientifically robust standard response letters, medical literature alerts in key therapeutic areas, perform literature searches, etc.

The ideal candidate will be an MD, PhD or PharmD with a background in developing medical affairs teams and functions. Experience within a rare/orphan disease company would be advantageous and evidence of management of global operations is essential.

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