Senior Manager Prostate Cancer, NA Medical Affairs Oncology

Collegeville, Pennsylvania; Peapack, New Jersey
May 09 2021
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The Senior Manager Prostate Cancer, NA Medical Affairs Oncology will report to the RLIO and Prostate Cancer Team Lead, US Medical Affairs. This individual will provide scientific/medical leadership and support primarily for products approved within the Prostate Cancer portfolio. In addition, the role will include utilizing general oncology area expertise on projects that span the entire Pfizer Oncology portfolio in partnership with cross-functional medical partners and other teams in Oncology.

Responsibilities of the Senior Manager, Oncology Medical Affairs will include but are not limited to supporting Review Committees, advisory boards, and assisting in the evaluation and support of investigator-sponsored research and real-world data studies. This individual will represent US Medical Affairs as needed on behalf and/or under the direction/guidance of the US medical asset leads for Prostate Cancer, serving as a therapeutic area expert in scientific, strategic, and tactical discussions and presentations with internal colleagues as well as external experts and investigators.


Serve as therapeutic area expert in various Review Committee teams
  • Assist asset medical lead by providing critical scientific/clinical pre-review, including fact-checking and contextual accuracy, of content submitted for brand or medical review committee
  • Serve as general oncology area expert on above brand review committee

Assist with scientific searches, data summaries, internal training presentations as a strategic scientific/therapeutic area expert
  • Keep abreast of medical and scientific developments in the designated therapeutic area by continuously reviewing literature in the field, monitoring competitor activities, and attending relevant congresses
  • Assist medical leads with therapeutic area/asset data gap analyses
  • Collaborate and ensure communication alignment among cross-functional US medical partners (field medical, medical information, and content and education)
  • Provide high-quality scientific/clinical input and review of educational training materials, educational grant requests, and publications as needed
  • Assist and lead, as needed, all internal training (field medical, sales, etc.)

Assist US Medical Affairs Prostate Cancer Asset Leads in the development and execution of strategies and tactics
  • Support the development and review of content for headquarters-led advisory boards, as well as advisor identification and engagement
  • Provide scientifically critical review and management of proposed and ongoing investigator-sponsored research studies
  • Assist US medical lead in partnership with Patient Health Impact team to analyze and publish real-world data studies as needed


Terminal Doctorate degree (PharmD or PhD) with 2 or more years of relevant Medical Affairs experience preferred. Expertise in Oncology required.
  • Highly motivated with demonstrated track record of high performance and excellence
  • Strong strategic skills including creativity and effectiveness in proactively identifying and addressing challenges
  • Capable of comprehending and communicating in a clear, concise manner a large amount of scientific information
  • Strong interpersonal skills and excellent verbal communication and presentation skills.
  • Proven ability to facilitate open discussion and debate among key stakeholders and build internal and external relationships
  • Well-organized with the ability to be flexible, prioritize multiple demands, and effectively lead in a matrix organization
  • Candidate demonstrates a breadth of diverse leadership experiences and capabilities including: the ability to influence and collaborate with peers, develop and coach others, oversee and guide the work of other colleagues to achieve meaningful outcomes and create business impact.


Occasional travel for medical congresses or departmental meetings (

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Last Date to Apply for Job: May 14, 2021

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