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Job Title: Global Medical Affairs Director, Hospital, non
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Global Medical Affairs Director, Hospital, non
+ Using clinical and professional experiences, support the Global Medical Affairs Asset Lead in making medical decisions for AI drugs in assigned area(s) by providing medical insights/opinions and supporting GMA matrix leadership across functions (commercial, emerging markets, legal, regulatory, etc.)
+ Using professional background, supports Global Medical Affairs Asset Lead in the creation of global strategy including but not limited to life-cycle strategy, publications, data generation, training content strategy/creation, leading training, prioritization, and creation of symposia, etc.
+ Responsible for maintaining strong KOL relationships that allow insight generation (e.g., ad boards, informal discussions) and support of product (e.g., as symposia speakers, etc.)
+ Liaise with Legal, Compliance, and Governance on processes and issues related to area of responsibility.
+ Support Global Medical Affairs Asset Lead in global TA governance including but not limited to: Global Medicine Team (co-chaired with commercial), the Medical Science Committee, the Publication Sub-Committee, etc.
+ Support medical due diligence activities for business development for relevant TA, as assigned
+ Supports global product enhancement (PE) activities
+ Manages assigned budget resources with Global Medical Affairs Asset Lead
+ As a Health-Care Professional, supports Regulatory and Safety strategy and activities in conjunction with the Global Medical Affairs Asset Lead
+ Maintains institutional knowledge of the relevant Product(s)
+ With Global Medical Affairs Asset Lead, co-creates and approves global promotional material, as assigned
+ Ensures "One Medical Voice" for the relevant TA globally
+ Provide medical support for the product(s) in development, as needed and assigned.
+ Reports to Therapy Area Head
+ With Global Medical Affairs Asset Lead, provides matrix leadership for cross-functional Asset team(s)
+ Accountable for assigned resources ensuring they are utilized efficiently with fiscal discipline, including for those projects held by parallel lines (e.g., PHI or publications)
+ Ensure alignment within the asset budget in resource utilization and budget management
+ Using clinical and professional experiences, support the life-cycle/development plan for the asset, including all knowledge generating activities (ie, value dossier, registration program, post approval commitments, lifecycle indications & phase 4 clinical studies).
+ Support the creation and delivery of the Global Medical Plan, ensuring a single, aligned medical strategy and position on the risk-benefit of the asset and communication of that position internally & externally.
+ As assigned, accountable for medical decisions related to the product in question including leading the Pfizer position on new data, competing assets, developing resistance, possible label changes, data generation, etc. These duties require a health-care professional with clinical experience/understanding.
+ As a medical development lead on the development team, provide medical leadership on the following, if necessary and assigned:
+ Medical lead for regulatory submissions and responses to Boards of Health
+ Provide medical leadership in the development clinical study protocol, clinical study reports, etc.
+ Medical point-of-responsibility providing matrix leadership within the cross-functional global clinical development team including medical/clinical, regulatory, and HEOR, as assigned.
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.
+ A terminal doctorate degree (PharmD/Ph.D.) with 6+ years experience in patient care, clinical development, and/or medical affairs (8+ years of experience with a Master's degree).
+ Demonstrated ability to put the patient first in all medical decisions related to the Product(s)
+ Disease area expertise (training and/or experience) in anti-infectives required to be able to make medical decisions relevant to AI products and lead medical teams, both internally and externally (e.g., an understanding of common and developing antibiotic resistance and a perspective on how that impacts patient care).
+ Demonstrated experience in leading a matrixed team.
+ Demonstrated ability to lead across diverse cultures and geographies.
+ Demonstrated ability to create and articulate global strategies.
+ Demonstrated ability to teach complex medical topics to colleagues from different backgrounds (e.g., commercial and legal).
+ Strong ability to communicate to a team on topics with divergent views in a respectful and productive manner.
+ Demonstrated ability to self-identify needs and formulate/execute a plan to address.
+ PhD PharmD, pharmacist degree related field preferably in pharmacology, microbiology, infectious disease, or other specialty impacting the treatment of significant infections.
+ Expertise in Infectious Disease with an established KOL network.
+ Successfully contributed to a major late-phase development or post-approval program.
+ Supported regulatory agency interactions (e.g., indication and/or labeling issues).
+ Cross-functional leadership/management experience.
+ Demonstrated excellence in team member and leadership behaviors.
+ Knowledgeable of the commercial and environmental issues that drive anti-infectives.
+ Experienced in managing projects to completion including management of people and budgets (with demonstrated fiscal responsibility).
+ Able to support formulation and execute clinical development plans or lifecycle strategy.
+ Demonstrated ability to contribute to the design, initiation and reporting of clinical studies as part of an integrated clinical plan.
+ Ability to discuss scientific aspects of drug development, also comfortable in discussing commercial and regulatory issues.
+ Able to review, evaluate, interpret and present complex data; understand the emerging safety and efficacy profile of the drug candidate including providing a perspective with comparator agents.
+ As a Health Care Professional, ability to put issues related to the Product into the context of patient care.
+ Excellent verbal and written communication skills including scientific writing skills; includes strong inter-personal skills.
+ Able to set priorities for self and support cross-functional teams and complex projects to deliver milestones according to set budgets.
+ Proven ability to influence and succeed through team participation and to form excellent relationships with key cross-functional stakeholders.
+ Demonstrated strong work ethic, and proven track record of delivering high quality within timelines.
+ Demonstrated ability to think strategically and align with wide range of stakeholders, regionally and cross-functionally.
**Other Job Details:**
Last Date to Apply for Job: July 16th. 2022
Additional Location Information: Global - Any Pfizer site; Global - Remote
**Pfizer requires all U.S. new hires to be fully vaccinated for COVID-19 prior to the first date of employment. As required by applicable law, Pfizer will consider requests for Reasonable Accommodations.**
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