Senior Field Medical Liaison

Salary: £200000 to £999999
Contact name: Paula Satizabal

Contact email: paula.satizabal@medella.life
Job ref: 528
Published: 28 days ago

Senior Field Medical Liaison

The Senior Field Medical Liaison (Sr. FML) is a remote (home-based) US medical and scientific role that is customer facing (virtual or face-to-face) to achieve performance/business objectives. The Sr. FML is a trusted partner for internal stakeholders and the healthcare community, engaging in scientific exchange and relevant dialogue to enhance medical education, optimize medical practice, generate data and insights, and support patient access to medicine.

Sr. FMLs must demonstrate deep therapeutic expertise, understand territory/regional practice patterns, collaborate effectively with cross-functional colleagues, maintain professional certification/licensure/ credentialing in good standing, and execute all relevant activities in alignment with the company’s Compliance policies and all relevant industry and institutional guidance for interactions with healthcare professionals.

 

REQUIREMENTS/QUALIFICATIONS

 

Key Competencies:

  • Use provided resources to strategically map, identify, profile, and prioritize medical experts and healthcare professionals as per the medical affairs plan and goals
  • Develop and maintain peer-to-peer collaborations and relationships with key medical experts in the lower risk MDS and refractory MF communities
  • Medical expert engagements may include but not be limited to: Emerging data discussions, Exploration of areas of unmet medical need, Clinical trial interests and activities, Capture of medical insights, responding to unsolicited requests and Disease, product, and adverse event education
  • Provide fair balanced scientific information and education on published Imetelstat data, disease management, treatment landscapes, mechanisms of action, and molecular pathways to healthcare professionals in accordance with company directives
  • Support clinical development initiatives including site identification, trial recruitment, registry, and presentation of final approved data
  • Collaborate with physicians on medical affairs initiatives including publications, advisory boards, medical education opportunities, training, and speaker development
  • Serve as scientific peer-to-peer resource to external HCP experts and internal stakeholders
  • Communicate clinical insights to internal cross-functional partners to inform medical strategy
  • Train internal stakeholders and field partners on key scientific and medical topics as appropriate
  • Maintain effective and appropriate communication among internal stakeholders while maintaining full compliance with relevant requirements
  • Generate compliant territory plans to provide needs based, value-added support of the medical and scientific community in-line with company goals
  • Maintain timely, accurate reporting and documentation of all activities with healthcare professionals

 

EXPERIENCE AND COMPETENCIES

 

The successful candidate will be able to demonstrate the following:

  • MD, PharmD, DNP, PhD; advanced or doctoral degree in science with substantial and relevant pharma/biotech and clinical experience (a minimum of 5 years) in hematologic malignancies, at least 10 years in US Field Medical/Medical Affairs or related industry roles
  • Detailed knowledge of clinical medicine, disease management, patient treatment trends, national/regional healthcare and access environment, clinical trial design, and competitive landscape in malignant hematology/oncology
  • Must be proactive team player, flexible, and be able to work in a high growth, fast paced environment. Responsible for staying current with scientific and treatment landscape trends in malignant hematology and for maintaining professional licensure/competencies/certifications/credentials as required
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills, an effective presenter to all levels of healthcare professionals and cross-functional partners
  • Embraces responsibilities, demonstrates ability to achieve goals
  • Exhibits excellent time management and demonstrated ability to work independently
  • Strong interpersonal skills and ability to establish/maintain/grow professional relationships
  • Experience in a start-up environment preferred
  • Must be proactive team player, flexible, and be able to work in a high growth, fast paced environment. Responsible for staying current with scientific and treatment landscape trends in malignant hematology and for maintaining professional licensure/competencies/certifications/credentials as required
  • Possess a thorough understanding of FDA, OIG, HIPPA, PhRMA Code and other relevant ethical guidelines, and ensure compliance with external/internal guidelines and standard operating procedures
  • Must be a strong team player who can effectively work cross-functionally in a matrix environment, including collaboration with clinical and commercial personnel as necessary.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of CRM tools, Microsoft Office products, and virtual engagement platforms
  • Must be able to travel from airport hub within geography, travel will be approximately up to 75%
  • Valid driver’s license required; MVR check will be performed
  • Professional licensure, certifications, credentials must be active, in good standing, and maintained
  • Required travel to medical and other work-related meetings, with a possibility of weekend requirements