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Senior Medical Director, Global Medical Affairs Leader ( Oncology )
Requisition ID: 9259170502
Janssen Global Services, L.L.C., a member of Johnson and Johnson's Family of Companies, is seeking a Senior Director, Global Medical Affairs Leader (GMAL) focused in Oncology (specifically within prostate) to be based in Raritan, NJ.
JGS, LLC encompasses groups that provide leadership across critical business areas for Janssen Pharmaceuticals including, Global Commercial Strategy Organization; Global Pharmaceuticals Communication and Public Affairs; Business Development and others.
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In this role, you will lead the clinical-commercial prostate cancer strategy for a best in class PARP inhibitor, playing a key leadership role in the overall franchise strategy development to optimize the Janssen-prostate portfolio.
You will provide strategic market and medical insight throughout the product life cycle, from initial proof of concept through commercialization and beyond. Fostering collaboration with respective global commercial and clinical leaders you will design a differentiated, product specific, global medical affairs plan that addresses unique regional needs and evidence gaps while optimizing market accessibility and creating a compelling value proposition.
A leader in the Prostate Disease Area, you will handle and address press requests/ inquiries, oversee related communications and broader portfolio questions, and represent Janssen in the academic and professional Oncology community.
- As an integral member of the Development Team you will guide the global group. Consolidating regional input and enabling delivery of a focused and unified Medical Affairs voice in the design of compound development and LCM strategies.
- Handle publications planning, opinion leader relations, medical education (inclusive of symposia, speaker training) and advisory boards globally from early development (phase IIA) through launch of major life cycle management initiatives.
- Actively collaborate with other leaders to ensure a consistent approach across programs, aligned with SOPs and compliance regulations.
- Maintain open, two-way communication to ensure regional teams are up to date on disease knowledge, emerging data (including data on competitive programs), and have awareness to progress on achievements and key decisions.
- Highly collaborative instincts with the capacity to influence across regions, functions, and levels.
- Extraordinary communicator with an aptitude to think and react quickly; with poise and accuracy.
- At ease with navigating complexity and changing environments; able to think broadly and across dimensions to identify solutions.
- Global sensibility, possessing the intuition and understanding to partner effectively cross culturally.
- Adept at crafting and cultivating strategic associations within the medical community, experts and opinion leaders.
- A strong belief in Credo values.
A medical degree (M.D, DO, or equivalent) and training within Oncology (Board certified or Board eligible) with 6 or more combined years of related scientific or clinical research/development experience in the pharmaceutical industry is ideal. An exceptional Ph.D. with a specialty in Oncology Clinical Research may also be considered.
- You have prior leadership experience within an oncology medical affairs role.
- You possess a track record of successfully leading highly matrixed, cross-functional work teams comprised of high-level managers and executives; and have expertise in the Oncology product landscape, inclusive of both J&J and competitors.
- You bring direct experience in multiple markets, with in-depth knowledge of study methodology, data review and analysis, study execution, benefit risk management and lifecycle management.
- You are an extraordinary presenter and public speaker with ability to act as a medical spokesperson.
- Fluid command of the English language is a requirement.
Johnson & Johnson Family of Companies are equal opportunity employers, and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, national origin, protected veteran status, disability status, or any other characteristic protected by law.
United States-New Jersey-Raritan
Janssen Global Services, LLC (6085)