The Senior Scientific Education & Training Manager plays an integral role in supporting Product Development, Medical Affairs, and in particular, the MSL team. The role, under the guidance of the Senior Director of Scientific Education and Training, will provide strategic operational and scientific support of key initiatives to ensure their successful implementation.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Assist with the assessment of educational needs based on life-cycle management and disease area requirements.
• Drive the development and implementation of educational initiatives in a manner consistent with best practices and applicable law, regulations, and relevant SOPs.
• Serves as a key clinical/scientific resource to the field medical team and internal colleagues by providing ongoing product and disease state education via live training or WebEx.
• Provide training support to Product Development through support of annual Development Day as well as generation of scientific education material and functional training tools.
• Oversees field medical affairs (FMA) information technology and training resources, including websites and CRM software (Scoop, BOX, Delphire, Survey Monkey).
• Provide strategic and operational support to the MSL team through field insight analysis and MSL activity analysis.
• Regularly assesses the operational needs of FMAs and drives the implementation and execution of operational projects, soliciting vendor proposals as needed.
• In collaboration with internal meeting planner, assists with coordination of various Medical Affairs meeting planning and logistics.
• Assist with creation of strategy and aligned processes in support of MSL activities (i.e., proactive and reactive field initiatives) in collaboration with internal stakeholders.
• Works effectively with MSLs and management at all levels throughout the Exelixis organization; interacts with high level clients as well as managed care organizations.
• Assist in the design and implementation of policies and procedures to drive appropriate conduct as well as meeting Medical Affairs objectives.
• Serve as a mentor and trainer for the MSL team.
• None; however, will serve as a positive role model and/or mentor to other Medical Affairs colleagues. This should occur during routine interactions or as a formal assignment.
• Accredited doctorate degree in a basic-science or life-science discipline (Pharm.D., Ph.D., D.Sc., D.N.P., or M.D./D.O.) or Master’s level oncology PA or NP with active progress towards completion of doctorate degree preferred.
• A minimum of 3 years of experience in pharmaceutical industry preferred.
• A minimum of 2 years as an MSL in therapeutic oncology preferred.
• Strong teaching skills; established track record of effective oral presentations.
• Training experience a plus.
• Skilled in Excel and Power Point; ability to grasp new applications with minimal direction.
• Possess exceptional communication skills, both oral and written with the ability to influence internal and external stakeholder.
• Expertise in critically evaluating the appropriate scientific literature.
• Strong analytical capabilities.
• Exceptional organizational and time management skills.
• Knowledge of FDA compliance and regulatory requirements.
• Ability to travel within the US on average 1-2 times per month for major medical/scientific and company meetings.