The Medical Affairs Company

  • Medical Affairs Associate Director, Medical Trainer

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    US-MA | US-NY | US-CT | US-NJ | US-PA
    Medical Affairs
  • Overview

    Field-based OR Office-based in Greater Boston


    The Associate Director Medical Trainer will work in cooperation with the Director of Neurology & Immunology (N&I) Medical Training, the Medical Directors, and the Field Directors to develop and execute a training curriculum and certification plan for US Medical Affairs, with a special focus on the MSL and HEOR Field Staff.


    • Execute Medical Training curriculum in collaboration with Director, N&I Medical Training
    • Execute content and skill certifications in collaboration with Director, N&I Medical Training
    • Execute on new hire onboarding plans in collaboration with Director, N&I Medical Training 
    • Apply innovative, learning principles to further develop disease state education supporting professional skills
    • Develop collaboration program between US Medical Affairs and Key Thought Leaders
    • Update content for training modules for PSMR approval 
    • Develop assessment tools to measure the impact of training on field activities
    • Deliver new hire and continuing trainings to enhance scientific knowledge, field utilization of approved resources, and upskill on key competencies  
    • Update online learning modules to support new hire and continuing medical training curricula 
    • Design, plan, and deliver workshops during Field Medical Training events 
    • Support MSL certification events 
    • Facilitate document/resource approval through PSMR review 
    • Maintain documentation of key training events 
    • Maintain training resources in online repository 
    • Manage vendor relationships


    • Advanced degree required (PhD (in a biological science or related field), MD, PharmD, Nurse Practitioner 
    • 5+years of pharmaceutical/biotech or related experience
    • In depth knowledge of therapeutic area (neurology/immunology) preferred    
    • Experience in Medical Affairs, MSL leadership role, or Field Medical Training required 
    • Track record of developing, communicating, and disseminating scientific information in an effective manner (timely, accurate, balanced, and easy to understand for multiple audiences) 
    • Excellent presentation and communication skills 
    • Scientific knowledge, business acumen, strong knowledge of regulatory and compliance environment 
    • Demonstrated success in delivering effective training models for internal stakeholders
    • This role can be field-based position or office based in the Greater Boston area. The ideal candidate must be able to travel 30-40% of the time, including ability to travel overnight and occasionally on weekends.
    • Qualified candidates will be proficient in the following leadership competencies: Personal Drive, Decision Making, Communication, Building Strategic Work Relationships, Developing people and Innovation


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