Role: Medical Science Manager
As Medical Science Manager your main aim and goals are to identify, develop and maintain collaborative relationships with KOLs and medical scientific experts. You will deliver high quality medical and scientific communication externally as well as internally, including scientific presentations, discussion of clinical data and programs, presentation of medical value proposition concepts and educational programs. You will be responsible for driving country medical activities in alignment with regional initiatives and the Global Medical Plan.
- Identify, develop and maintain collaborative relationships with KOLs, scientific experts and other medical scientific stakeholders.
- Support country “Global Brand” team in developing local medical tactics and provide input to HQ/regional plans if relevant
- Organize and set up scientific advisory boards with the appropriate key stakeholders, in collaboration with AMD.
- Work with local patient access team to support local access.
- Provide local and regional feedback to HQ when performing Business Development Due Diligence.
- Coordinate medical information inquiries in collaboration with AMD and HQ in Stockholm.
- Attend relevant local, regional and global congresses and symposia
- Provide advice to the organization and management on medical matters and their legal implications.
- MD, University degree in Science, Pharmacy or VetMed (Eligibility for HCP contacts) with a minimum of 2 years’ experience within the medical environment
- Preferably hands on experience within immunological therapies or orphan drugs.
- Experience from an international Life Science organization.
- Preferably experience from medical affairs, medical/clinical science, clinical development, access and health economy.
- Ability to create a network with KOLs at national level.
- Knowledge of national healthcare system and decision-making - including regulatory, safety, legal and compliance.
- Fluency in English & German.
- Proficient user of modern IT and office software.
- Strong interpersonal skills with communicative and flexible attitude.
- Excellent written and oral communication skills.
- High travel readiness and high mobility (1 – 3 nights per week). Working as an MSL in the field makes up 60% of the working time and extends all over Austria.