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Medical Affairs Project Oncology - Spain

  • Location: Spain
  • Salary: Negotiable per year
  • Job Type:Permanent

Posted about 1 month ago

  • Sector: Life Sciences
  • Contact: Robin Hussain
  • Start Date: ASAP
  • Expiry Date: 22 January 2022
  • Job Ref: JN -122021-466444

3 roles in Spain - Medical Affairs

One of our Clients are recruiting for 3 different roles in Spain. Please see below:

Medical Director

Key Responsibilities:

  • Designing and implementing the medical affairs plan in alignment with EU and global strategy and being responsible for the medical strategy for Oncology in the country.
  • Reviewing of draft IR protocols, reports, and manuscripts as well as management of regional IR processes.
  • Providing medical/scientific strategic and operational expertise for core Medical Affairs activities including scientific data generation and communication, competitive landscape analysis, and establishing relationships and driving interactions with KOLs.
  • Providing input into the creation of the protocol and other study-related documents.
  • Participating in discussions with regulators, key opinion leaders, senior management, and our clients.
  • Delivering training to the company in developments in the disease area.
  • Reviewing medical data and scientific information.
  • Working closely with pharmacovigilance teams to evaluate Serious Adverse Events and to develop Safety Management Plans, Pharmacovigilance Plans and Risk Management Plans.

Qualifications & Skills:

  • Strong knowledge of Oncology. Experience in breast cancer or solid tumours is preferred.
  • Minimum 8 years' experience in medical affairs positions in the pharmaceutical industry with demonstrated successful track record.
  • Proven expertise at engaging scientific leaders and other key stakeholders (e.g., health care authorities, payors, medical and scientific organizations), in the field of Oncology.
  • Strong leadership skills with ability to influence laterally.

Medical Advisor

Key Responsibilities:

  • Identifying and building relationships with key opinion leaders and external experts in Oncology and supporting the development of medical engagement plans in close collaboration with other relevant stakeholders.
  • Conducting high-level scientific dialogue with external experts and using opportunities to generate insights to then present and communicate across the team.
  • Responding to medical information enquiries to ensure appropriate use of the company's medicines.
  • Supporting clinical development activities in Oncology.
  • Providing clinical and scientific input and training to internal functions.
  • Facilitating company sponsored and investigator-initiated research (IIRs) and providing frequent updates on investigative site support by updating medical/clinical teams with feedback and insights from interactions and discussions.
  • Attending national and international scientific meetings to engage experts on the science around Oncology and developments in the therapy area.
  • Support internal teams such as sales and marketing to develop their scientific and technical expertise through the delivery of scientific update presentations.
  • Working closely the Medical Science Liaison(s) on a range of Medical Affairs activities.

Qualifications & Skills:

  • Strong knowledge of Oncology. Experience in breast cancer or solid tumours is preferred.
  • Experience engaging scientific leaders and other key stakeholders (e.g., health care authorities, payors, medical and scientific organizations), in the field of Oncology.
  • Previous experience working as a medical advisor/manager in the pharmaceutical industry and a good knowledge of relevant healthcare systems.
  • Fluent in Spanish.
  • Excellent Communication and Analytical Skills.

Medical Science Liaison

Key Responsibilities:

  • Identifying and building relationships with key opinion leaders and external experts in Oncology and supporting the development of medical engagement plans in close collaboration with other relevant stakeholders.
  • Conducting high-level scientific dialogue with external experts and using opportunities to generate insights to then present and communicate across the team.
  • Responding to medical information enquiries to ensure appropriate use of the company's medicines.
  • Supporting clinical development activities in Oncology.
  • Providing clinical and scientific input and training to internal functions.
  • Facilitating company sponsored and investigator-initiated research (IIRs) and providing frequent updates on investigative site support by updating medical/clinical teams with feedback and insights from interactions and discussions.
  • Attending national and international scientific meetings to engage experts on the science around Oncology and developments in the therapy area.
  • Support internal teams such as sales and marketing to develop their scientific and technical expertise through the delivery of scientific update presentations.

Qualifications & Skills:

  • Strong knowledge of Oncology. Experience in breast cancer or solid tumours is preferred.
  • Experience engaging scientific leaders and other key stakeholders (e.g., health care authorities, payors, medical and scientific organizations), in the field of Oncology.
  • Previous experience working as an MSL in the pharmaceutical industry and a good knowledge of relevant healthcare systems.
  • Fluent in Spanish.
  • Excellent Communication and Analytical Skills.

Get in touch with our recruitment expert Peter Uldarico Concannon

peterconcannon@hydrogengroup.com

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