$80K — $100K *
Assist in the preparation and execution of regional and/or national advisory board meetings for marketed and pipeline assets, including delivering compelling presentations, assisting with slide preparation/review and facilitating interactive discussion groups. Provide resources for presenting medical information allowing feedback from decision makers about the utility of our product and how compares in the marketplace.
2. Deliver targeted internal training for selected topics (e.g. study updates, congress news, and latest scientific developments). Implements and disseminates high quality medical and scientific educational programs; gives clinical and scientific presentations at sites / hospitals.
3. Support Catalyst sponsored clinical trials on site through scientific presentations/discussions that provide the context, build interest in the scientific program as well as provide feedback to Catalyst on the study design; understand trial/referral networks and identify enrollment barriers; participates in investigator meetings according to approved investigator strategy. Expedite the development and collection of quality data for pipeline assets and our marketed product.
4. Support projects from the inception to the conclusion as assigned by the medical affairs director.
5. Providing clinical and value-based input into Catalyst communications and materials, as well as participate in/or assisting in the training of new associates including but not limited to medical science liaisons and regional account managers.
Qualifications and Strongly Preferred Skill Requirements:
• Advanced degree in medical/biosciences (e.g M.D., Ph.D., Pharm.D., DPH, Ed.D.) or a M.S. level (minimum)
• 5 years clinical research, pharmacy, life science, pharma industry/academic related experience (can include relevant fellowship)
• 5 or more years of MSL experience preferably in the Oncology/Neuromuscular or Rare Disease therapeutic areas with extensive experience in a medical affairs role
• Understanding of the pharmaceutical corporate environment and appreciation for Commercial Operations, including Marketing and Sales strategies
• Strong, broad-based scientific and pharmaceutical knowledge as well as extensive presentation and teaching skills
• Strong overall written and verbal communication skills; must be comfortable and confident speaking about drug information/disease state management
• Willingness to work compliantly cross functionally within the organization
• Ability to lead and motivate team members without a direct reporting relationship that includes training and mentoring new medical science liaisons
• Demonstrated ability to assess issues and think strategically
Valid through: 12/16/2021