Pfizer Medical Director, Immuno in New York City, New York

ROLE SUMMARY

Provide leadership in Immuno-Oncology on behalf of Asset Medical Affairs team.

  • Collaborates with Brand partners in developing product strategy and ensures consistency of approach and quality deliverables.

  • As an integrated member of the Brand Teams, ensures that medical plans supporting the Asset and the Business are successfully developed and executed to achieve short and long-term objectives.

ROLE RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Brand Plan Development:

  • Take ownership of the science behind the brand to develop, provide oversight and coordinate medical input into brand strategies and tactics, aligning on US regional medical needs.

  • Lead development of medical strategies and tactics in partnership with Field Based Medical, Medical Information and HEOR to ensure the delivery of these plans.

  • Medical Sub-Team:

  • Participate, as needed, on Medical sub-team meetings and activities to develop and implement Medical strategy at each lifecycle stage.

  • Partnership with Medical Strategy Head to assure region is represented in MSH activities.

  • Promotional Materials Development and Review:

  • Provide medical leadership for concept development, review of promotional and sales training materials in partnership with legal, regulatory and marketing colleagues to ensure compliant, accurate and high quality content of all promotional and sales training materials.

  • Translate medical data and knowledge into credible and unbiased communications for internal and external customers.

  • Customer Insight Planning and Customer Centricity:

  • Provide leadership for the development and implementation of customer insight planning (including Advisory Boards) to gather expert guidance, advise medical planning and drive engagement with the broad and growing range of external stakeholders.

  • Research:

  • Develop strategies and manage Investigator-Initiated Research program, Clinical Research Collaborations and analyses of Real World Data.

  • Develop and advocate for Phase IV lifecycle clinical trial strategies and concepts to support regional medical business needs.

  • Publication Subcommittee (PSC) Membership:

  • Collaborate with Clinical Development and Medical Strategy Head colleagues on key governance committee to support development of strategic global and regional publication plans.

  • Participate in data analysis efforts, lead or participate in manuscript, abstract and poster development.

  • Safety and Regulatory Support: Provide regional medical support and leadership for analyses, guidance and support for safety updates, new labels, label updates and responses to regulatory requests.

  • Customer Facing Partnerships:

  • Partner with expert thought leaders and societies to support regional Medical business goals, including manuscript generation, research partnerships, fellowships, expert guidance, and competitive insight.

  • Provide primary medical leadership and support for regional medical congresses.

  • Promote and Maintain Medical Professionalism and Compliance

  • Drive commitment to the ethical and professional standards in the pharmaceutical industry.

BASIC QUALIFICATIONS

  • MD required (Oncology background preferred).

  • 5+ years Medical Affairs experience required.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS

  • Prior Immuno-Oncology experience (preferred)

  • Highly motivated with demonstrated track record of high performance and excellence.

  • Strong strategic skills including creativity and effectiveness in proactively identifying and addressing challenges.

  • 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.

Eligible for Employee Referral Bonus

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