The Sr. Manager/Assoc. Director/ or Director, Medical Affairs drives the development and execution of medical affairs plans and activities associated with the development and commercialization of RedHill products in the U.S.
Responsibilities include collaborating across commercial, clinical, research, external parties, and liaising with global partners. Acts as a driving force in the public dissemination of information and data, both internally and externally.
Provides input on development of medical and promotional materials. This position reports to the Executive Director of
PharmD, PhD, DO, or MD required (with significant medical writing experience). Minimum of 5-10 years (Sr. Manager) or 10-15 years (Director) of experience in the pharmaceutical industry. Requires extensive understanding of the company's products, commercialization strategy, the competition, and the pharmaceutical industry in general. Experience in gastrointestinal and/or infectious disease, pain and/or neuroscience preferred. Broad therapeutic experience is a plus. Maintains a current awareness of new drug developments in targeted therapeutic areas. Prior experience with clinical studies is desirable. Must like a dynamic, small, growth company environment. Position could be remote or office-based in Raleigh NC. Travel 10-15% (domestic) upon return to normal business activities.
Support product commercialization and evidence generation.
Work with commercial, clinical development, and research colleagues to support launch and life cycle of RedHill products and candidates.
Business Acumen for efficient contribution to corporate goals.
Leads publication activities for RedHill products, including strategy, planning, development, review, production, and management of manuscripts and of abstracts, presentations, and posters at congresses.
Collaborates on publication activities ensuring compliance with Good Publication Practices (GPP) and all applicable regulations.
Interacts with experts in the field to obtain feedback on products or medical affairs activities.
Contributes to medical review of promotional materials and ensures data are communicated accurately, effectively, and appropriately, including through review of marketing and promotional education materials.
Direct and expand the various medical affairs deliverables, including medical communications, conferences, KOL outreach, advisory boards, etc.
Provides input into regulatory documents. Reviews Investigator Sponsored Trials as needed.
Review grant requests as needed.
Provide content resources to Field Medical Affairs consistent to Medical Affairs strategy.
Coordinates with sales management to provide training to sales staff.
Keeps abreast of current state-of-the-art developments relating to in-house medical program focus and provides education to project team members, as needed.