General Electric Global Medical Director, Cardiology in Unspecified, Greece
Job Description Summary
Responsible to provide scientific and medical expertise and advice on the Cardiology diagnostic products and related imaging modalities.
The job holder will be accountable for defining and managing the Medical Affairs Strategy for the launch and life cycle management of GE Healthcare’s portfolio in Cardiology. This includes scientific support for marketing and commercial programs, support for clinical programs, relationships with Scientific Societies, KOL advocacy plans, strategy & publication plans for PMS and investigator initiated studies and training/education for Regional Medical Affairs teams
This position is focused to provide strategic scientific and medical guidance in Cardiology by partnering with Global Product Leader, Global Marketing Team, Clinical and preclinical R&D, and Regulatory Affairs, while most of the operational activities must be implemented by the medical expert team and the regional Medical Affairs teams
Responsibilities include (but are not limited to):
Creation, oversight and governance of the Cardiology Global Medical Affairs Strategy
Provide high quality medical expertise and strategic support to the life cycle management of the Cardiology portfolio as well as other functions within GE Healthcare Pharmaceutical Diagnostics (e.g. Regulatory, Pharmacovigilance, R&D, HEOR, etc.)
Collaborate with brand team in defining the Cardiology Global strategy and executing the main Medical Affairs programs
Participation at scientific meetings with active role in presenting key clinical evidence to referral groups and KOL. Development of relationships with key medical opinion leaders in Cardiology and Nuclear Medicine and act as the medical interface for medical societies, health authorities and advocacy groups
Responsible of the Global KOL Plan including KOL and scientific societies advocacy and interactions, Conference strategy and Advisory Boards.
Lead and participate in Medical and Scientific forums (i.e., advisory boards and educational) that involve scientific leaders
Define and lead the Publication Plan according to medical and communication strategy
Define the external research strategy and assess/support strategic activities related to investigator sponsored trials
Lead Post Marketing Surveillance Studies and collaborate with Clinical development providing feedback to the development plans
Input to campaign strategy and brand positioning/messaging for key marketing programs and review and approval of Core Global materials for scientific content
Oversight and support the creation of clinical summaries, training materials and medical information activities
The candidate must be medically qualified and hold a M.D. degree with specialization in Cardiology and postgraduate clinical experience in clinical Cardiology
At least 3-5 years’ experience in Pharmaceutical Industry in a similar Medical Affairs role
Good understanding of the added value that Medical Affairs can provide to a dynamic, competitive and growing organization. Business knowledge and understanding of commercial and scientific needs
Basic experience in clinical research with ability to assess study proposals and publications
Ability to travel up to 40% of the time (domestic and international)
Highest ethical standards in corporate medical governance
Strong leadership skills; able to create a dynamic environment that fosters transparency, collaboration and innovative thinking.
Able to work, connect and influence in a highly matrixed environment
Proven ability to translate and appropriately align commercial and scientific goals and objectives and to interact productively with both commercial and scientific colleagues
Demonstrated project management skills to establish strategic goals and to prioritize, plan, delegate and evaluate deliverables. Self-starting; able to focus and complete objectives
Effective and comfortable presenting scientific information internally and externally. Excellent verbal and written communication and presentation skills.
Ability to build long-term, deep KOL relationships
Strong problem solving and negotiation skills; ability to influence and make recommendations at multiple levels of the company and to work in a virtual environment
Relocation Assistance Provided: No