Regional Medical Liaison, Western Canada - Inflamation and Immunology
Inflammation and Immunology
British Columbia/Alberta Canada
The Regional Medical Liaison (RML) is a member of a field-based team of scientists who function as an extension of the Medical Affairs organization. RMLs are responsible for developing and enhancing professional relationships with medical thought leaders involved in various phases of product development. RMLs provide medical information through scientific exchange in a fair-balanced manner and provide clinical/scientific support for Celgene and the Medical Affairs department at the direction of Medical Affairs management. This is a field-based position and requires professionals with established creditability to interact with thought leaders and centers of excellence. The position involves travel of more than 50%. The role will report to the Associate Director, Medical Affairs, Immunology and Inflammation, and will have a counterparts based in Toronto and Montreal. Responsibilities will also include, but are not limited to, the following: • Identify, develop and maintain collaborative relationships with current and future Key Opinion Leaders (KOLs) and healthcare stakeholders in disease states of strategic importance to Celgene. • Provide clinical presentations and information in response to unsolicited questions (as appropriate) in academic, community and healthcare provider setting in both group and one-on-one settings. • Collaborate with the Clinical organization to enhance patient enrolment in Celgene-sponsored clinical trials by identifying appropriate trial sites and interacting with investigators in ongoing studies. • Act as a primary liaison to investigators interested in developing and performing investigator initiated research. • Develop and execute territory plans in alignment with regional and national plans of action (POAs). • Assist in the reconnaissance of Market landscape determination and competitive intelligence including therapeutic trends and unmet needs within the appropriate disease states and marketplace and provide timely feedback/information on emerging clinical/scientific information and opportunities to internal stakeholders. • Provide scientific support at medical congresses.Skills/Knowledge Required:• MD, Pharm D, MSN or PhD highly desirable. • 3-5 years clinical or medical affairs experience in inflammation/immunology therapeutic area(s). • Current working knowledge of local legal, regulatory, and compliance regulations and guidelines relevant to industry interactions with health-care professionals. • Ability to effectively partner and maintain relationships within the medical community. • Excellent communication, presentation and time management skills.