The Manager/Sr. Manager, Medical Affairs will work closely with the Medical Affairs lead to execute key initiatives and strategies to support company products and pipeline. He/she is responsible for supporting medical affairs activities including congress planning and execution, development of scientific content, training, and execution of the publication plan.
Key Duties and Responsibilities
• Plan, organize and execute congress activities.
• Staff Medical Affairs conference booths.
• Attend medical congresses to capture and integrate insights from key data presentations, competitive intelligence, KOL engagement, and develop daily conference summaries.
• Contribute to the development of materials for pre-conference training and post-conference debriefs.
• Support the development of Medical Affairs training materials and resources.
• Ensure that targeted data sets are presented at key scientific meetings, international congresses and submitted to peer-reviewed journals according to the publication plan.
• Support the development and the implementation of policies and SOPs governing the operations of medical affairs to meet all compliance standards and regulations.
• Establish strong collaborative relationships with key internal and external stakeholders.
• Other duties as assigned.
• Advanced degree in Scientific field preferred: PhD, PharmD, or MD.
• Minimum 3 years of relevant experience in a pharmaceutical company.
• Disciplinary expertise in oncology is strongly preferred.
• Excellent communication, written, verbal and presentation skills.
• Proven ability to review, interpret and present complex scientific data.
• Analytical and problem-solving skills; detailed oriented, an independent and critical thinker.
• Ability to multi-task and shift priorities quickly while working under tight deadlines.
• Solid ability to foster and maintain strong relations with internal and external customers including investigators and KOLs.
• Must be committed to full compliance with all company SOPs, regulatory requirements, and applicable laws including PhRMA guidelines.
• Proficient with word processing, spreadsheet, database, and presentation software and with filing (archiving) systems.
• Excellent time management and project planning skills.
Location: San Mateo, CA
Department: Medical Affairs
Min. Experience: Intermediate