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Medical Communication Associate
Ref No.: 18-04247
Location: Lexington, Massachusetts
Start Date / End Date: 03/20/2018 to 12/28/2018


Minimum of 4-5 years experience.

Top 3 skills you'd like to see in a resume:

* Experience working with KOLs, advisory boards
* Promotional Review
* someone who has experience in a particular area like Hemophilia.

A possibility of domestic travel around 10%.

Microsoft suite experience - Intermediate.

Must have experience in the medical affairs space.

Willing to entertain remote workers.

Transition period with people leaving. Responsible of several aspects
primarily to craft to medical tactics, medical practice conferences. Creating field medical tools.

Creating digital documents.

SME to assist with commercial colleagues for review of commercial materials.

Promotional review of execution of medical meetings, congresses etc.

Looking for someone who is outgoing, a team player, great communication skills.

Similar roles that are being deployed to different therapeutic areas.

Trans verbal skill sets, Hematology and Hemophilia, Neurosciences some of the key areas.

A relevant healthcare degree is required. A medical or scientific degree (MD, PharmD, PhD) preferred
Experience interacting with vendors and managing projects is preferred
General knowledge of medical communications approaches and best practices is required
Familiarity with regulatory and legal guidelines regarding medical communications strategy and execution

Responsibilities include:

Implement medical communication plans
• Implementation of the medical communication plan for each disease area, including for example, medical materials (print and virtual), event support and disease state education. Coordinate with other members of the TA team to identify and implement medical communications best practices
• Interact with vendor partners supporting Global Medical Communications in the disease area
• Support implementation of medical communication platform solutions, including, e.g.
o Medical congress planning and delivery
o Medical field force tools
o Digital / multi-channel approaches
o External materials review and management

Regulatory (CMLR) materials review process
• Conduct day-to-day medical implementation of the Client CMLR process for promotional materials and review process for non-promotional materials. Conduct medical review for one or more disease states / assets
• Assist other members of Global Medical Communication team to ensure CMLR activities are completed efficiently

Qualifications:
A relevant healthcare degree is required. A medical or scientific degree (MD, PharmD, PhD) preferred
Experience interacting with vendors and managing projects is preferred
General knowledge of medical communications approaches and best practices is required
Familiarity with regulatory and legal guidelines regarding medical communications strategy and execution