Medical Affairs Director - Oncology Strategic Accounts
The Medical Affairs Director (MOSA) will be the primary medical point of coordination for key accounts, institutions and organizations. The MOSA roles will be focused at a strategic enterprise level across the portfolio for key external accounts & stakeholders and will include team members who support different groups and organizations - including:
Key Academic Medical Centers NCTN/Cooperative Groups Research Networks Consortia Patient Advocacy Groups (PAGs) Medical Organizations & Societies (ASCO, ASH, SGO, NCCN, AACR, HOPA)
Key customer archetypes for this role include:
C-Suite Leaders: CEO, CFO, CIO, COO, EVP, VPs, Chairs of Departments D-Suite Leaders (Typically reports to VP/EVP): Directors (Pharmacy, Cancer Center, Quality, Nursing, Research, etc.…), Department Heads of Function Group or Clinical Department Population Health Decision Makers (PHDM): A person(s), payer, formulary committee or other similar entity who is making decisions for a broad base of patients including:
Formulary Decision Maker
Pathway Decision Maker
Guideline Decision Maker
P&T Committee Member(s)
Utilization Management Member/Lead
Quality/Disease Population Management Lead
This is a critical role in establishing GSK as a leader in Oncology and our commitment to supporting the efforts to improve oncology care and have a positive impact on the lives of patients. Working closely with other key internal field and headquarters stakeholders (US and Global) this role will be responsible for ensuring internal stakeholder alignment with key accounts, institutions, and organizations.
This role will provide YOU the opportunity to lead at a strategic enterprise level to progress YOUR career. Major accountabilities include:
***This role will focus on US Patient Advocacy Groups*** Qualifications:
- Establishes relationships and serves as the primary GSK Oncology medical interface with higher level decision makers, identifying unique capabilities, programs, synergies and interest that align with GSK medical priorities. Key stakeholders will include but not be limited to:
- Academic and corporate “C/D Suite” executives
- Chairs and Co-Chairs of Committees (Research, Disease, Quality, Pharmacy)
- Population Health Decision Makers
- Partners with a cross-functional matrix team in setting vision, objectives, strategies and plan for key institutions/organizations, focused on mutual and shared goals in addressing customer's aligned needs, achieving business objectives
- Maps and understand the institutions/organizations from a US/World-Wide scope of scientific leadership research capabilities, unique capabilities that align with GSK medical priorities and interest in engaging/partnering with industry
- Drives engagement and integration across GSK; serving as the primary point of account coordination and interface between GSK Oncology Field Medical and USMA and Research & Development to streamline communication and execution of key account opportunities, initiatives, collaborations, partnerships and alliances
- In collaboration with other key field medical personnel, develops and executes an Oncology Business Unit enterprise level Scientific/Medical Account strategy for each account to maximize value generation; gain and maintain a high level of understanding of customer population-management strategies, research priorities, challenge and evidence needs; identify opportunities for medical engagement and outline account-specific goals
- Identifies and strategically evaluates relevant GSK Oncology resources and opportunities that are aligned to the customer's needs and GSK priorities
- Identifies and facilitates partnership/alliance discussions and opportunities; collaborates across internal key stakeholder groups including: USMA, GMA, OCTC and Research and Development
- Coordinates pertinent medical objectives, in partnership with key field and HQ personnel, enterprise level and across the portfolio meetings with priority account stakeholders.
- Communicates with other key internal account stakeholders (field and headquarters) to meet scientific and health outcomes needs of key decision maker stakeholders at the executive and implementation level
- Collaborates with commercial Oncology Strategic Account colleagues in a manner consistent with all legal/compliance guidelines
- During account interactions, collects Medical Voice of the Customer (mVOC) feedback on GSK products, studies, disease priorities or research plans in a manner consistent with GSK principles of Scientific Engagement and the US Medical Affairs Practice Policy
- Leads/conducts internal business strategy discussions and reviews routinely with key cross-functional HQ and field stakeholders to ensure understanding of the institution/organization's business strategy across the portfolio
- Maintains knowledge of oncology standards of care and emerging clinical trends, relevant diagnostics and genetic testing advances
- Communicates knowledge of pipeline, medical value, and unmet medical need as appropriate with account stakeholders
- Creates local/regional/national strategic plans and provides operational, logistical, and communications support for teams per respective stakeholder and account objectives
- Advanced degree; MS, MSN, MN, MPH, Pharm D, PhD, MD, NP, PA, or APP or equivalent education
- 5+ years of pharmaceutical experience within ONCOLOGY Medical Affairs (medical, R&D, health outcomes).MSL experience preferred.
- 3+ years account- focused experience within pharma- (Managed Care, Academic Medical Center, patient organizations, research organizations, medical organizations/societies, etc.)
- This role will require 25-40% travel, within the United States.
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