The Medical Affairs Company

  • Medical Science Liaison - Oncology/ Biosimilars (Great Lakes)

    Job Code
    CBO-GL-01
    # of Openings
    6
    Job Location
    US-IL | US-MI | US-OH | US-IN | US-KY
    Category
    Medical Science Liaison
  • Overview

    Territory includes: Chicago, IN, MI, W. OH, KY

     

    The MSL will build long term peer to peer relationships with thought leaders, payers and other stakeholders specializing in oncology treatment and supportive care. The MSL will support Company's advancing biosimilar clinical and research programs by delivering clinical, scientific, and technical education to the Oncology community. The MSL is responsible for cultivating and maintaining collaborative relationships with influential members of the medical community to promote company, disease state and therapeutic awareness, in addition to serving as an advanced technical, scientific, and medical expert in the oncology community for the assigned region.

    Accountabilities

    • Establish the Company as the leading company committed to oncology (and other therapeutic areas) and the advancement of biosimilars as a new treatment option.
    • Maintain clinical, scientific and technical expertise in relevant Oncology (and other disease state areas).
    • Have a thorough understanding of the biosimilar development process, biosimilar products, clinical protocols and related procedures.
    • Build, develop & maintain professional relationships with regional and national thought leaders and demonstrate value as a clinical and scientific resource.  Complete timely documentation of interactions and contacts within appropriate databases.
    • Engage in scientific exchange with key medical and formulary decision makers by providing fair balanced, credible, and comprehensive clinical and health economics information to support biosimilar education, awareness, adoption, and payer reimbursement and coverage.
    • Engage in speaker identification, training and evaluation and provide support for advisory board meetings as requested.
    • Facilitate research collaborations (including Real World Data [RWD] generation and investigator sponsored trials [IIS]) with key investigators including helping identify, establish and maintain such collaborations.
    • Provide timely, accurate, specific and balanced responses to professional requests for information (PIR) regarding biosimilars and/or the Company.
    • Attend national and regional scientific congresses and provide scientific booth support as needed.

    Qualifications

    • An advanced doctorate degree (Pharm D, PhD or MD) preferred; advanced professional clinical degree (e.g. NP, PA, R.Ph., MA, MSN) considered with MSL experience 
    • A minimum of 2 years previous field-based pharmaceutical industry experience required
    • Oncology and/or biosimilars required
    • Ability to travel, locally and regionally, up to 60% with overnight stays (e.g., KOL meetings, site locations, internal meetings, medical meetings and congresses, training)
    • Experience working with payers of formulary committees strongly preferred
    • Knowledge of FDA requirements and PhRMA Code, including regulations governing compliant scientific exchange
    • Demonstrated ability to integrate and work in cross functional network/matrix
    • Demonstrated project management ability
    • Excellent communication (oral and written) and interpersonal skills
    • Valid driver’s license

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