Effectively engage with key external stakeholders and build long-term relationships.
Use scientific and clinical knowledge to provide input to launch strategy on evidence needs for stakeholders, including HCPs and patients.
Analyse information and emerging trends, including social, policy and access-related information, and incorporate them into medical plans.
Develop scientific communication and education initiatives using scientific/medical expertise, customer insights and understanding of launch strategy.
Self-dependent and structured working style, yet a strong team player.
Plan, prioritise and implement actions – project management.
Communicate, collaborate and influence with excellent interpersonal, communication and networking skills, both internally and externally – especially in communication with medical authorities, hospitals, physicians/specialists, KOLs and pharmacists.
Train and educate internal and external stakeholders, including HCPs.
Search and analyse scientific publications.
Support in clinical studies, as well as local Investigator Initiated Studies (ISS).
To excel in this role you will need to have:
Ideally relevant hemato-oncology therapy area experience, either from the studies/research and/or preferably from the pharma industry with relevant customer knowledge.
Clinical and/or scientific expertise within any medical sub speciality (university degree or equivalent in relevant life sciences).
Ideally previous launch experience with successful relationship building.
Previous experience in leading advisory boards and other cooperation with HCPs (preferred).
Worked in a cross-functional team in an international environment.