Associate Medical Director Oncology (all genders)

Posted 09 Jan 2019

Darmstadt, Hesse - Germany

Req Id 184625

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Your Role:

The Associate Medical Director, Global Medical Affairs Oncology is a key role in the Global Medical Affairs Oncology team and works closely with partners internally in the medical team, as well as with the R&D and clinical development departments on our checkpoint inhibitors / targeted therapies. The Associate Medical Director works in a cross-functional team that is responsible for guiding the development and life cycle management of a drug from the oncology or immuno-oncology portfolio, including supporting clinical development, pre-launch, peri-launch, and post approval. The Associate Medical Director is responsible for working closely with his/her management and other Medical Directors of the Global Medical Affairs Oncology team to build, monitor, track, manage, and assist with the development and implementation of the Global Medical Affairs plans and initiatives. In addition, this role requires primarily close coordination cross-functionally with Global Business Franchise counterparts, but also with Global, Regional and Local stakeholders to create and ensure alignment across all teams. The Associate Medical Director is responsible for medical education and external engagement with the medical community.

 

Who you Aae:

  • Advanced degree: MD or PhD, with experience in oncology
  • English – excellent command of spoken and written English (German a plus)
  • Minimum of 3 years of experience in the pharmaceutical/healthcare industry, or equivalent academic experience with demonstration of successful results
  • Demonstrated understanding of the clinical development and post-approval environment for pharmaceuticals including post-approval clinical studies and medical affairs strategic initiative
  • Demonstrated ability to work with teams, work within cross-functional and multi-disciplinary teams in changing competitive environment, changing product technology, and changing needs
  • Demonstrated orientation & credibility with internal and external customers
  • Creation of solid plans and reports for which performance and progress can be measured and evaluated
  • Adaptability and ability to remain focused in the presence of shifting priorities and strategies in timely response to the business climate
  • Able to travel up to 30% (required)


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