The Global Medical Communications Director will support Pfizer Oncology in leading and developing a medical communication strategy, including publications and congress planning, and will work closely with the Medical Strategy Head, Asset Team Leaders, and Publications Management Specialists to plan and execute publication activity.
Lead Publication Steering Committees (PSC) for assigned compound(s) to develop global publication plans including abstract submissions, congress presentations and manuscripts
Collaborate with Medical Strategy Head (MSH) to develop asset-level communication strategies and ensure alignment of regional and global-level medical strategies.
Develop and maintain relationships with external authors through engagement with ongoing publication activities, including congress presentation slide reviews and external publication steering committee meetings (as appropriate)
Develop key internal and external communications, including digital initiatives that present and share key scientific data
Lead internal communications around new scientific and clinical data to Global Medical Affairs (GMA) organization on asset and disease areas of interest
Facilitate the development of congress presentations with external authors prior to and onsite congresses (eg, slide reviews)
Collaborate with Publications Management Team (PMT) specialists to manage publication operations activities with the medical writing agency
Support asset teams, regional and global medical affairs and other Pfizer Oncology stakeholders in engaging with the external medical community
Provide internal and external Medical Communication support including medical-to-medical slide sets, Q&A documents, scientific platforms, and global newsletters
Partner with PR, Media and World Wide Commercial Development around asset scientific communications
Collaborate with other Medical Communication Directors to plan and develop content for internal SharePoint site
Contribute to strategic planning for key conventions to gain alignment on the Congress Plans from the cross functional/regional working teams.
Lead and contribute to internal communications regarding pre- and post-congress coverage reporting.
Minimum 5-7 years pharmaceutical industry with 2+ years experience in Medical Affairs/Medical Communications/Medical Communications Agency
Represent a function within a matrix organization through a strong track record of excellent presentation, customer facing, and interpersonal skills
Direct external vendors and manage budgets, timelines, and quality of deliverables
Grasp scientific context and assimilate perspectives from stakeholders
Strong track record of written and oral communication skills to develop and present scientific information to varied audiences and articulate messages succinctly
Understand detailed technical information and convey complex ideas to a variety of audience types and cultures
Quickly build rapport and credibility with key internal and key external stakeholders through strong interpersonal skills
Strong organizational skills to track numerous tasks for multiple simultaneous projects in a deadline-oriented environment
Effectively operate in a complex internal matrix and external partner relationship(s)
Travel requirement is 15%-20%
Experience in oncology
Experience in global medical communications and understanding of applicable regional legal and regulatory hurdles
Experience with scientific peer-reviewed publications
Familiarity with ICMJE Authorship Guidelines and Good Publication Practice Guidelines
Bachelors degree in a biological science, healthcare, or communications
Advanced scientific/healthcare degree strongly preferred (PharmD, PhD, MS, etc.)
EEO & Employment Eligibility
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Last Date to Apply for Job: September 30, 2018
Eligible for Relocation Package
Eligible for Employee Referral Bonus
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