The Senior Manager, US Medical Affairs, Rare Hematology provides support for the US Rare Hematology/Sickle Cell Disease (SCD) Medical strategy to achieve short- and long-term Medical objectives in alignment with the overall business strategy. He/she is an integral member of the US Medical team, supporting ongoing and new Medical initiatives to enable productive internal cross-functional and external professional partnerships. He/she works to develop appropriate collaborations externally to strengthen Medical networks and promote scientific data generation. He/she works to develop SCD-focused Medical communications and supports the US Medical Affairs operating plan while putting the patient first within the spectrum of the Pfizer Core Values and Behaviors. ROLE RESPONSIBILITIES
• Supports the development and execution of US Medical strategies and tactics in support of the SCD portfolio
• Participates in promotional material development and RC support of medical content review, including established portfolio and launch-critical assets
• Within RC, partners with legal, regulatory and marketing colleagues to ensure compliant, accurate and high-quality content of all promotional and sales training materials
• Serves as needed as a Medical Affairs reviewer for MRC (Medical Review Committee)
• Gathers customer insights
- Tracks competitive intelligence relevant to the Rare Hematology landscape
- Participates in planning and execution of Advisory Boards to gather expert advice on medical communications and initiatives
• As needed, partners cross-functionally with FMDs and other customer-facing roles to gather critical feedback to help integrate into strategy development and execution
• As needed, supports POAs and Sales training needs through partnership in developing materials and provide expert medical presentations and education. Support development of training modules
• Supports data generation/analyses and ensures medical and scientific accuracy of manuscripts and abstracts/posters.
• Initiates and maintains communications with the leadership of professional societies and patient advocacy groups to further Medical objectives
• Partners with Medical Information colleagues to provide expert input into Medical Letters and ensure updates as needed EXPERIENCE/QUALIFICATIONS
NON-STANDARD WORK SCHEDULE, TRAVEL OR ENVIRONMENT REQUIREMENTS Other Job Details:
- Doctoral degree in clinical/pharmacy specialty (Pharm.D) or Ph.D
- 2+ years in Medical Affairs experience required
- Knowledge and experience in SCD/Hematology is preferred
- Basic understanding of the drug development process
- Basic knowledge of health care economics and its impact on medical decision making
- Strong analytical skills
- Professional demeanor & excellent interpersonal skills when dealing with external customers /internal colleagues
- Customer-oriented approach and ability to work in cross-functional teams
- Proven strategic thinking skills and ability to interpret and implement strategic directions
- Ability to manage multiple tasks and deal effectively with deadlines
- Creativity, resourcefulness, high energy and flexibility
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
- Last Date to Apply for Job: December 16, 2022.
- Eligible for Relocation Package: No
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.
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