Our customer ist a global pharmaceutical company, specialized on orphan drugs.
The Medical Science Liaison Manager will play a vital role in initiating and sustaining an exchange of scientific information with Health Care Professionals (HCPs) at a regional and national level. He/she will be a specialist who serves as a field-based scientific resource and disseminates medical information and collects relevant data for our client from the field.
Develop and continuously maintain the highest scientific and medical expertise in the field of neurology
Maintain a high level of knowledge of and appropriately implement current local pharmaceutical regulation in conjunction with Regulatory Affairs, and ensure implementation of companies’ policies and procedures.
Attend appropriate national and international meetings and congresses for personal education and engagement and scientific exchange with the medical and scientific community.
Support the development and drive implementation of a local Medical Affairs Plan and strategy, to support best clinical practice and the overall corporate objectives
Ensure that accurate and comprehensive scientific information concerning the products is available to decision makers and healthcare providers.
Work closely with the affiliate leadership to identify and address staff training needs. Conduct and provide medical leadership to training programs for the commercial teams and other functions.
Coordinate the timely and appropriate response to internal and external Medical Information enquiries, utilizing global medical information resources and in line with local regulatory requirements
Drive the identification, development and alignment with Key Opinion Leaders, other important customers and stakeholders, including professional organizations.
Deliver quality medical education presentations in a variety of settings and obtain valuable feedback that can be disseminated throughout the organization e.g. Staff Meetings, Round Tables, Hospital Meeting activities.
Ensure timely and informative scientific/medical exchanges with external customers and internal partners, which accurately reflect scientific data, in accordance with compliance policies and procedures as well as with legal and ethical standards.
Support the implementation of medical affairs practices to assess new indications, the treating community, patient pathways, diagnostic practices and management strategies in relevant disease areas
In conjunction with EMEAC clinical operations support clinical study feasibility and effective study implementation and on-going management of companies sponsored trials, including disease registries.
Act as a point of contact for investigator sponsored research projects
Support medical education programs mainly on a regional and occasionally on a national level: Identify speakers, discuss scientific content with speakers, and review slides in order to ensure compliance with companies’ policies, laws and regulations.
Relevant scientific degree essential
Minimum 3 years Biotechnology/Pharmaceutical field experience preferably in the orphan area
Prior experience as either an MSL or sound experience in scientific sales a must.
Proven track record of relationship development in the industry.
Proven ability and experience to present complex scientific data
Previous experience in an Orphan or Ultra-Orphan environment a distinct advantage.
Experience within Neurology would be ideal
Prior exposure to complex matrix organizations or experience working as part of a virtual team is a plus.
Microsoft Office experience essential (exposure to databases an advantage)
Highly articulate and persuasive during formal and informal presentations; able to convey complex scientific ideas fluently to any audience
Fluent in German and English both spoken and written
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Sibylle Linnebo / Fabienne Frosch
Kleen Linnebo & Partner Unternehmensberatung GbR
Tel. +49-(0) 6721 4000404
Mobil +49-(0) 152-2164844 Martin Hoeveler
Mobil +49-(0) 160-3638635 Sibylle Linnebo