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Field Medical Director, Rare Disease- nMD

at Pfizer in Dover, Delaware, United States

Job Description

The Rare Disease Field Medical colleague is responsible for providing therapeutic area/product expertise for Rare Cardiology across a broad range of Medical customer segments and initiatives in an assigned territory (typically comprised of one or more US states).

 

Field Medical Core Responsibilities

Plan and execute Medical strategy and engagement for appropriate assigned customers within a territory, compliantly coordinating with other Pfizer colleagues as needed to achieve Medical objectives

Maintain required level of knowledge of relevant TA/disease states and Pfizer medicines, providing therapeutic area/product information to both internal and external stakeholders as needed

Serve as a conduit and resource for Medical Information and customer insights, providing requested information to HCPs as allowed by Pfizer guidance and sharing customer viewpoints with Pfizer as appropriate

Understand the priorities of Pfizer Medical Affairs in order to contribute to Medical content strategy development and execute aligned Field Medical tactics

Maintain effective and appropriate communication and collaboration among headquarters Medical colleagues, Medical Information, and other Pfizer Field Medical colleagues

Demonstrate expertise in communication across multiple channels, including, but not limited to, live and virtual presentations in small or large settings, written communication, and telephone or virtual conversations

Optimize patient centricity of Medical communications and deliverables, incorporating Health Literacy and cultural awareness principles to ensure that patients remain the ultimate focus

 

Field Medical Role Responsibilities

Deliver approved medical content about Pfizer medicines and relevant topics in the designated therapeutic area

Identify and seek medical engagement from priority customer segments in the designated therapeutic area

Provide truthful, accurate, and scientifically supported information in response to direct unsolicited medical requests from HCPs in a manner that complies with all applicable Pfizer guidelines, policies, and procedures

Field relevant inbound queries from HCPs via established triage process

In collaboration with Global Medical Affairs colleagues, partner with Worldwide Research & Development and Medical (WRD) and Global Product Development (GPD) in the identification of potential sites for Pfizer-sponsored clinical trials, including identification of sites serving under-represented patient populations in trials

Appropriately provide Medical support throughout the Investigator Sponsored Research (ISR) process

Cultivate research and therapeutic area expertise, including familiarity with latest congress data and disease state literature

Understand the principles of study design, methodology, data analysis, and interpretation and communicate these concepts with customers

Reactively and proactively communicate with local Patient Advocacy Group(s), as appropriate, in close collaboration with Corporate Affairs and HQ Medical Affairs

Deliver insights on local patient organization structure, capabilities, and patient population needs

Serve on Medical and/or Rare Disease and asset cross-functional committees, as appropriate

Represent Pfizer Medical Affairs leadership with clinical/professional associations and/or societies, consistently demonstrating medical professionalism in all interactions

 

Qualifications

Bachelor's degree in a health science required

PharmD, PhD, or equivalent terminal doctoral degree (e.g., Doctor of Nursing Practice, Doctor of Physical Therapy) highly preferred

Relevant experience required: 10 - 14 years with bachelor's degree; 7 or more years with terminal degree

Demonstrate a breadth of diverse leadership experiences and capabilities including the ability to influence and collaborate with peers and create business impact

Demonstrate excellent oral and written communication skills

Demonstrate excellent interpersonal skills: ability to understand and respond to multiple external and internal customers' demands and manage and handle conflict constructively.

Demonstrate ability to:

Manage a significant volume of projects developed in a remote environment, while exhibiting the ability to prioritize, successfully implement, and demonstrate excellent judgment skills and work in a continuous improvement... For full info follow application link.

 

EEO & Employment Eligibility:

 

Pfizer is committed to equal opportunity in the terms and conditions of employment for all employees and job applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, age, gender identity or gender expression, national origin, disability or veteran status. Pfizer also complies with all applicable national, state and local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment as well as work authorization and employment eligibility verification requirements of the Immigration and Nationality Act and IRCA. Pfizer is an E-Verify employer.

 

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Job Posting: 879406

Posted On: Dec 02, 2021

Updated On: Jan 01, 2022