Reference Number: JO-1903-426155
Oncology Medical Affairs Director
Rate: Negotiable
Job Type: Permanent
Location: United States

A world leading oncology clinical research business near New York City is looking for an experience Medical Affairs Director.

The Medical Director, Global Medical Affairs provides medical leadership for medical affairs strategy, planning and supportive tactics for the assigned therapeutic area.

You will be responsible for working with key stakeholders and collaborators to lead the review of Investigator Initiated Studies, develop areas of interest. Qualified candidates must understand the medical affairs strategies and tactics and the medical affairs plan inclusive of medical education, research grants, scientific communication/publication components of the overall medical affairs plan.

As necessary, this position will also have broader medical affairs responsibility for assigned product(s) within the oncology therapeutic area. This encompasses working with key stakeholders to develop and execute the US or Global medical affairs plan, lead post-marketing research (investigator initiated and company sponsor studies), develop medical strategies and tactics, medical education, research grants, medical advisory boards, and scientific communication/publication components of the overall medical affairs plan.

The individual who assumes this position will provide strategic development, planning, implementation and oversight of medical advisory boards and KOL management within the Medical Affairs department.

Job Qualifications

• Board Certified MD in therapeutic area and US fellowship training, or MD with minimum 4+ years’ experience within the bio/pharmaceutical industry including 2 years an in-house oncology Medical Affairs role, or PhD or PharmD with 10 years’ experience in a clinical setting and/or bio/pharmaceutical industry, including 5 years in-house oncology Medical Affairs role.
• Clinical research experience, including conducting clinical trials Phase 1 thru Phase 4 studies. Experience reviewing clinical and pre-clinical research protocols.
• Experience reviewing promotional materials from a medical perspective, publications, publications planning activities, interaction with medical societies and advocacy organizations
• Strong presentation skills, with ability to develop effective presentations and moderate medically focused meetings.

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