Janssen Pharmaceutical Companies of Johnson & Johnson is currently hiring a Medical Science Liaison, Hematology (Myeloma). This position would cover Western Canada.
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The Medical Science Liaison (MSL) is responsible for execution of the Medical Science Plan. They are the point of contact for key opinion leaders (KOLs) in a given territory to support their medical, scientific and research needs.
- Discuss, disseminate and present relevant clinical and scientific data in a fair-balanced, unbiased manner, to KOLs and other HCPs, in group and one-on-one settings.
- Build trusted, positive relationships with KOLs and HCPs, based on scientific credibility, clear engagement plans and metrics.
- Capture and communicate relevant insights from KOLs to support and progress TA strategy.
- Actively participate in the preparation and conduct of medical and scientific forums organized by Janssen (e.g. Advisory Boards, Steering Committees, etc.).
- Support investigator-initiated studies by receiving and assessing research requests, aligning investigator interests with Janssen’s research needs, and engaging investigators to ensure the successful execution and satisfactory completion of studies.
- Support local and global clinical development programs; act as key contributor to site identification, patient enrollment, follow-up visits and communication with study investigators.
- Identify and/or develop scientific communication materials (as appropriate) for use with HCPs through contacts and meetings, and provide congress support as needed.
- Assist in responding to HCPs requesting compassionate drug for their patients.
- Efficiently collaborate with, provide sound advice to, and support business partners (i.e. Market Access, Medical Education, Sales and Marketing, etc.) as appropriate.
- Provide input to influence the Evidence Generation plan, which complements the Integrated Lifecycle plans.
- Maintain up-to-date scientific expertise in hematology through regular attendance at scientific and medical conferences, training sessions, personal reading, and preceptorships to translate data into an applicable knowledge and communication platform.
- Analyze data – new and post-hoc – and remain abreast of scientific advancement in the assigned therapeutic area.
- Assist in the interpretation of clinical trial outcomes, post-hoc analyses, and real-world data.
- Support the Medical Science publication plan.
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- Pharm.D., M.D., Ph.D. or similar advanced degree is required
- Past experience in the pharmaceutical industry is highly preferred
- Past experience as a Medical Science Liaison or experience in Western Canada Academic institutions is required
- Strong clinical and/or scientific background in Hematology is preferred
- Ability to acquire expertise in other therapeutic areas and products, depending on pipeline and/or changing business priorities
- Demonstrated experience in managing clinical / scientific programs with a high degree of autonomy, including successfully managing projects from study concept to publication
- Familiarity with working in an environment guided by SOPs
- Excellent team player interested in sharing knowledge and mentor/educating colleagues and peers
- Critical thinking and positive track record of flawless execution
- Proven ability to learn quickly, assimilate and distill large amounts of information
- Strong interpersonal and communication skills to build and maintain relationships
- Proven proficiency to effectively communicate information to KOLs, as well as non-experts
- Ability to put data into perspective and communicate it concisely
- Strong project management skills and ability to impact decision-making with relevant stakeholders based on sound scientific knowledge
- Business insight required, including prioritization skills and big picture orientation
- Scientific knowledge, curiosity, familiarity and interest to stay on top of emerging data and scientific trends within the therapeutic area
- Demonstrated ability to take initiative, multitask and follow through in a field-based role
- Highly developed presentation skills with the ability to effectively simplify and communicate complex material to a diverse array of audiences is required
- Working knowledge of Microsoft Office and other relevant software programs
- Ability to travel 50% of the time, to cover the assigned territory within Canada as this is a customer facing position.