Sr. Medical Manager (MM) is the expert for the therapeutic areas to which he/she is assigned. Sr. MM plays a key role in the planning and effective implementation of the Medical Affairs activities for responsible products and disease area (both inline and pipeline) in line with corporate and brand strategies. And Sr. MM is core member of the Brand Team, where he/she provides medical input and support to team activities, and actively participates in the cross-functional collaborative work for the development and implementation of successful registration, access, and other life cycle management strategies.
Strategic planning for responsible disease area & effective implementation of medical affairs plans
Medical strategy planning for disease area and contribute to overall business strategy for relevant brands.
Lead local data generation (Protocol/synopsis development, Investigator selection & Investigator meeting, Study result & Publication)
Medical support for global clinical development plan
Review local Investigator Sponsored Research (ISR))
Lead medical communication strategies to understand external medical environment and unmet medical needs, including Medical-to-Medical communication plans, advisory board meetings, and other communication related initiatives
Risk management concerning safety issue, support the activities related to Risk Management Plan (RMP)
Collaborate broad range of external partners to develop innovative digital/AI tools to support brand strategy.
Lead medical communications for both internal and external customers and stakeholders
Meet with external customers and stakeholders for scientific communication aligning with global Rare Disease medical affairs and product life cycle strategy
Builds and maintains relationships with medical institutions, associations, opinion leaders, etc.
Works with BU/BG colleagues to develop product, business strategies and programs.
Ensure effective sharing of medical insights and up-to-date medical knowledge with brand commercial and other cross functional teams
Acts as BU/BG’s spokesperson with the media for medical affairs.
Participates actively in the pre-launch, launch and post-launch activities
Regulatory Affairs: provide medical input & data for the development of registration strategy and support the implementation
Access: provide medical input & data for the development of access strategy and support the implementation
Training: provides training support to the other staffs including field force concerning scientific medical aspects
Contributes to Pfizer’s external credibility and image by establishing partnerships with local professional organizations, health authorities and opinion leaders
External activities as representative on behalf of PPKL
Guardian of Compliance (e.g. Regulations, SOP, codes) in BU/BG
Advanced degree in medicine, pharmacy, pharmacology, science, or other relevant area (PhD preferred)
Minimum 8 years of pharma industry experience in Medical Affairs.
An in-depth knowledge of the therapeutic areas and the relevant medicines in RD portfolio
Experience in the pharmaceutical industry or related business, or clearly documented experience indicating a high level of understanding of, and interest in, marketing and business in general
A good understanding of the local health care policy and environment
An ability to develop and assess clinical study protocols, reports, and publications
Behavior to work with cross-functional teams in a proactive manner
Strong managerial skills or potential
Highly developed interpersonal, communication, and collaboration skills
Fluency in Korea/ English communication both in written and spoken formats
Excellent presentation skills
Previous/current experience in the therapeutic area of Rare Disease will be preferred.
Application Deadline: August 31 (Wed), 2022 6:00 pm
Please apply via Pfizer Career Website Only.
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