$200K — $250K *
Every Exelixis employee is united in an ambitious cause: to launch innovative medicines that give patients and their families hope for the future. In this pursuit, we know our employees are our most valuable asset. After operating in the challenging biotech sector for 25 years, we have a proven track record of resiliency in the face of adversity. The success of our lead product has provided a solid commercial foundation allowing us to reinvigorate our research efforts, and grow our team in areas such as Drug Discovery, Clinical Development and Commercial.
As we expand our global partnerships and further reinvest in R&D to help us discover the next breakthrough for difficult-to-treat cancers, we’re seeking to add talented, dedicated employees to power our mission.
Cancer is our cause. Make it yours, too.
Scientific Communications is a department within Medical Affairs with responsibility over development of scientific resources and tools for the Medical Science Liaison team and Medical Affairs leadership, coordination of the medical education grants and sponsorships program, and congress planning and support. The candidate will report to the Senior Director of Scientific Communications with an initial focus on development of scientific resources and tools, in collaboration with other team members. This role will provide an outstanding opportunity to work in a cross-functional environment. Strong computer and communication skills, attention to detail, and the demonstrated ability to lead initiatives and manage projects are essential to success.
**This role may be remote or based at our corporate headquarters in Alameda, CA depending on location of candidate**
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Identify, develop and maintain scientific resources and tools for field medical teams and senior management, including lifecycle management for current approved field materials
• Develop the tactical plan for the management of MSL/Medical Affairs resources
• Identify and develop new resources in support of Medical Affairs initiatives
• Manage regulatory review of materials
• Manage vendor relationships and outsourced projects
• Develop product and disease state expertise and keep abreast of the changing drug development environment
• Share responsibility and work productively with other team members in a collaborative environment
As needed, contribute to other ongoing projects within the Scientific Communications group, including development of congress materials and congress planning
• None at this time
• Doctorate level degree (PharmD, MD, PhD) with at least five years of related experience; or,
• Master’s level degree in related discipline and eight years of related experience; or,
• Equivalent combination of education and experience
• Oncology/hematology or immunology experience preferred
• 3-5+ years’ experience in the biotech/pharmaceutical and/or Medical Communication industry
• Medical Communications experience preferred; Medical Science Liaison experience beneficial
• Strong knowledge and understanding of relevant scientific and clinical issues and data
• Working knowledge of legal and regulatory guidelines in the pharmaceutical industry, focused mainly on scientific resource development
• Innovative and creative skills in the development of resources to present data, information and concepts in a visually effective and educational manner
• Detail oriented
• Excellent verbal and written communication and presentation skills
• Proficient in Word, Excel, and Power Point
• Exceptional organizational, time, and project management skills
• Strong interpersonal and collaboration skills in support of work with a range of internal and external cross-functional partners
• Ability to foster relationships, build alignment, negotiate, and collaborate with internal and external stakeholders
• Ability to work independently and manage multiple projects in a fast-paced and dynamic environment
• Well spoken, confident, enthusiastic, and positive can-do attitude
• Occasional travel is required, including some weekends
• Candidate may be headquarters-based in California Bay Area or remote
• Works in a fast-paced, small-team environment that is growing and evolving. This position requires regular reprioritization of projects while adhering to timelines and achievement of deliverables.
• Some travel required (up to 20%) to support medical affairs activities at scientific congresses and company meetings, and to provide oversight to external contracted organizations. Required travel would be increased (up to 30%) for a remote-based employee attributable to travel to the headquarter office for job-related responsibilities.
Valid through: 4/30/2021
$140K — $150K
$140K — $180K + $15K bonus
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