The US Oncology Medical Excellence Director at our company is responsible for overseeing and driving US Oncology medical excellence initiatives within the organization. This role entails developing and implementing strategies to enhance medical affairs operations, coordination across multiple teams, ensuring the highest scientific standards, and increasing the effectiveness of medical affairs planning.
The specific job responsibilities may include:
Developing and implementing US medical affairs oncology strategies to align with the company's objectives. Establish and maintain a leadership role in the cross-functional coordination of scientific leader interactions.
External strategic objectives: Focus will include scientific leader (SL) engagement strategy/oversight, congress engagement strategy, and additional high priority objectives.
Internal strategic excellence: This role will oversee efforts, in coordination with EDMA/GDMA/RDMAs and HQ HH functions as appropriate, to ensure US medical affairs excellence
Additional Scientific Leader Engagement Strategy:
Develop and coordinate innovative strategies for engagement with SL's, academic institutions, centers of excellence (COEs), and medical professional organizations
Oversee cross-functional SL engagement strategy which supports clear lines of contact for SLs
Coordinate key planning and implementation across the Oncology TA for major oncology congresses
Support portfolio-aligned insight collection from SL interactions and knowledge data gaps that can inform GMSA, HH, and GCD decision making
Collaborating with cross-functional teams to ensure alignment and adherence to regulatory and compliance requirements. Maintaining and promoting a culture of ethical behavior, scientific rigor, and compliance within the medical affairs function.
Advanced degree in a relevant scientific field (e.g., MD, PharmD, PhD).
Extensive experience (typically 5+ years) in the pharmaceutical or biotechnology industry in medical affairs or a related function.
Oncology experience required (2+ years).
HQ experience strongly preferred (2+ years).
Strong understanding of medical affairs operations, including familiarity with regulatory guidelines and industry best practices.
Excellent communication and presentation skills, with the ability to effectively engage and influence key stakeholders.
Strategic thinking and problem-solving capabilities, with the ability to analyze complex scientific data and make sound business decisions.
Strong project management skills, including the ability to prioritize multiple tasks and meet deadlines.
Expertise in interactions with scientific leadership and other key stakeholders (payers, public groups, government officials, medical professional organizations) within oncology
Excellent experience working in cross-functional teams; promotes inclusion/diversity, maintains trust, and respects others
A Passion for innovation, scientific excellence, and contributing to the advancement of patient care.
It is important to note that these qualifications and job responsibilities are based on a general understanding of the role and can vary depending on the specific job description and requirements set by our company at the time of recruitment.
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