United States2022-11-10

Medical Science Liaison - Immunology, East (On Site)

Position Summary:

The Medical Science Liaison will have accountability and responsibility in the management of field-based medical activity within the Octapharma Immunology portfolio. The position will provide medical/scientific expertise in the provision of educational programs and responding to medical information requests, as well as support to global and commercial functions within the organization via effective scientific exchange. The position will also be responsible for establishing and fostering professional relationships with key opinion leaders and ensuring access to current medical and scientific information on company products and therapeutic areas of interest.

  • Support the Associate Director, Scientific and Medical Affairs – Immunology in the day-to-day management of Medical Affairs activities

  • Respond to Medical Information Requests (MIRs) from physicians, nurses, pharmacists, and patients; track all information requests and responses and report monthly scientific exchange activity according to company policy and requirements

  • Collaborate and contribute to the design and development of medical/scientific presentation materials, training, and educational programs

  • Patient and patient advocate educational programs; Clinician-directed educational programs (physicians, nurses, and pharmacists); In-services or educational program for homecare, hospitals and other Octapharma partners; Initial and ongoing internal training for new Octapharma employees

  • Ensure adherence to budget and operational accountability for assigned functions

  • Ensure compliance of Medical Affairs activities

  • Develop strategies, tactics, and relationships with Key Opinion Leaders (KOLs) to accommodate academic, clinical, and scientific support for advisory boards, congresses, conventions, symposia, etc.

  • Review promotional and educational materials for medical and scientific accuracy as requested

  • Assist in development and implementation of Advisory Board and Speaker Bureau meetings

  • Assist in obtaining regional medical/scientific marketplace intelligence

  • Partner with global colleagues for product/research development projects and strategies

  • Performs other reasonable duties as assigned by manager

Requirements:
  • Advanced pharmacy or nursing degree

  • Strong understanding of industry compliance guidelines

  • Understanding of drug surveillance, product promotion, and the legal aspects of product information

  • 3+ years of related industry or clinical experience in area of focus

  • Ability to travel for field-based activities and attendance at clinical meetings and symposia.

  • On the average, 40% to 60% travel is expected for this position, including overnight stays.