Pfizer MSR Rare Disease in Madrid, Spain

Role Description

  • The Medical & Scientific Relations Advisor (MSR) function is responsible to create scientific partnership with local KOLs through a qualified approach that results in access and advocacy based on scientific evidences.In addition he/she is the country point of accountability for medical and scientific issues and initiatives related to therapeutic area.

  • The MSR is accountable for developing and executing the country medical plan that supports the strategic operating goals for the business.Main responsibilities:

  • Develop and consolidate a network of relationships with the KOL and Scientific Institutions at the local level, sharing the wealth of knowledge and technical skills in order to support the scientific and medical leadership of the company

  • Disseminate scientific information to scientific community through 'Medical to Medical communication' (individual meetings and group), in line with company procedures

  • Preparation of scientific talks and presentations.

  • Ensure that new clinical data on Pfizer medicine are promptly disseminated in the most accurate manner, compliant with the label of the product

  • Be the in-field medical expert in the area

  • Active preparation and participation in symposia, opinion leaders meetings and advisory boards.

  • Provide support for adequate IIR/NIS studies/ Research grants planning and management

  • Internal discussion of RG/IIRs proposal with above country medical team and submission them into INSPIIRE.

  • Management of post-marketing studies (clinical trials, observational /pharmacoepidemiological studies) to ensure that are in compliance with internal policy and European / local regulation

  • Manage in a way compliant with laws and Pfizer policy, the unsolicited queries on off label use of drugs

  • Promote to KOLs medical activities developed at the central level (e.g. medical education programs, congress, among others) to support the implementation of scientific strategies in their own territory.

  • Support promotional activities on regional KOLs and Scientific Societies (e.g. Meetings, conventions, Advisory Boards, among others)

  • Support internal training of customer facing commercial colleagues, enhancing their knowledge and understanding of clinical data and our medicines.

  • Provide in country Medical affairs support for therapeutic area

  • Observation and assessment of competitor drugs.

  • Keep internal activities and field visits correctly tracked through periodic metric reports

  • Ensures conduct of work in line with compliance regulations

Education, Skills and Professional Experience

  • Medical or scientific qualification (M.D., Ph.D. or Pharm.D. preferred)

  • Master in the Pharma Industry , Biotechnology or others desirable

  • Proven experience in a pharmaceutical/biotechnology company within a MSR/MSL or similar role

  • Background / experience with Endocrinology or Biological products . Orphan diseases knowledge/experience a definite plus.

  • Spanish native language

  • Upper Intermediate Level of English Experience

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills (scientific and non-scientific)

  • Willingness to travel as it is a field-based role . Possesses valid driver's license

  • Working knowledge of Regulatory Affairs, Drug Safety, Legal and compliance

  • Strong customer orientation, science based

  • Strong project management skills and capacity to work under strict deadlines

  • Demonstrated ability to effectively work in a multi-functional team

  • Excellent interpersonal communication skills

  • Computer skills Ideally, you also have :

  • Previous experience in medical writing, submission of papers to peer review papers.

  • Good understanding of the local healthcare environment at national and regional level

  • Good understanding of drug development, clinical research, medical decision making and health environment

  • Good knowledge of pharmacovigilance and regulatory legislation and how it impacts the product portfolio

  • Good knowledge of drug development processes

  • Good understanding of Clinical Research

  • Knowledge of Health Economics, Pharmacovigilance and regulatory legislation

  • Knowledge of the relevant and applicable Codes of Practice, SOPs, regulations and guidelines as they apply to the function

Additional Information

  • Work location: Madrid, Spain

  • Type of position: Full time, 12-18 months

  • European work permit necessary

  • NO Relocation package available

  • Please send CV and cover letter in English

Pfizer is an equal opportunity employer and complies with all applicable equal employment opportunity legislation in each jurisdiction in which it operates.