Executive Medical Director – Medical Affairs

Executive Medical Director – Medical Affairs

Niraparib Global Franchise Head

Do you have the passion to join a young global biopharmaceutical whose sole mission is to improve the lives of patients bravely facing cancer? Does it excite you to be a part of a rapidly expanding company with multiple marketed products and a diverse and robust pipeline? If yes, you may be a great fit for our community of dedicated and innovative associates.

Your Impact at TESARO:

Develop and implement the global medical strategy for niraparib across tumors. Provide leadership to a multifunctional and matrixed medical affairs team that includes US and International Medical Directors, medical affairs operations, medical affairs research and HEOR leaders. Establish efficient working relationships with the Commercial, Development and Translational Research Leads for niraparib, participating to both the Global Brand Strategy and the life cycle management of niraparib. Responsible for defining strategy, setting annual goals, and maintaining excellence in standards and practices.

Job Responsibilities:

* Lead and develop a team of medical director and medical scientists assisting the development and implementation of the global medical strategy for niraparib

* Develop an in-depth understanding of the needs of oncology patients and demonstrated a focus on activities to meet those needs

* Lead a broad range of medical affairs activities, including: leading the medical review on Investigator Sponsored Trials, developing and executing the phase IV program, leading the publication strategy and ensuring the appropriate implementation of the publication plan in liaison with the publication lead, providing internal training, and conducting advisory boards

* Foster research relationships with key cancer research centers globally

* Broad working knowledge of GCP/ICH/FDA requirements, clinical trial design and strategy, commercial and publication strategy, and medical information process.

* Willingness and availability to travel.

* Understanding and track record of application of Pharma, FDA and international guidelines pertinent to interactions with consulting physicians, legal, regulatory and compliance environment of pharmaceutical industry


* Board certified/board eligible MD with a minimum of 10 years in a clinical or pharmaceutical setting with a background in Medical Affairs and/or Clinical Research.

* PharmD or PhD degrees with management experience in Medical Affairs or Clinical Research can be considered.

* Must have > 5 years' experience in oncology (academic work or industry)

* Requires experience and success leading in a matrixed, global and cross-functional environment, excellent collaboration skills, and experience working across functions to achieve results.

TESARO is committed to equal opportunity in the terms and conditions of employment for all employees and job applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, age, gender identity or gender expression, national origin, disability or veteran status.

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