Division Pharmaceutique et Sciences de la vie
compétitif avec allocation de voiture
The Medical Science Liaison position facilitates the establishment of strong, reciprocal relationships with Key Opinion Leaders (KOLs) and the communication of key scientific information both to and from the health care community. This person will function as a scientific/medical expert to the Neurology healthcare communities and develop partnerships in the areas of Multiple Sclerosis. As a member of the Medical Affairs team, he/she will contribute to development and implementation of the Canadian Medical Strategic Plan and Scientific Communication Strategy with a priority focused on the dissemination of new research and medical concepts related to treatment and disease management, the evaluation of local requests from neurologists for investigator-driven studies. Finally this person will be supporting the implementation of Phase IIIb-IV studies and medical learning programs, creation of medical advisory boards etc.
Who You Are: • Bachelor of Science and a post graduate scientific degree (Ph.D., M.D., Pharm.D) with significant industry experience and proven performance • Expertise across a broad range of disease and therapeutic areas with a thorough understanding of the drug development process. • The experience in the field of Neurology is preferred. • Must be bilingual in French and English; both written and spoken is required for the role. • Demonstrated ability to manage relationships with internal and external partners including Key Opinion Leaders and global stakeholders. • Strong ability to leverage scientific knowledge for overall product value • Independent self-starter with the ability to work effectively both alone and with cross-functional teams. • Ability to mentor new recruits from the academic sector through their transition into industry. • Excellent verbal and written communication skills; must have outstanding presentation skills. • Demonstrated business planning ability and strong organizational skills; experienced at strategy development. • Demonstrated professional and ethical behavior. Knowledge of regulations governing provision of disease- and product-related information to health care professionals. • Excellent interpersonal, negotiation and influencing skills. • Able to manage frequent travel (40-60%)