Medical Science Liaison Regional Director - Nephrology - East
Professional Diversity Network
Atlanta, GA, USA
Medical Science Liaison Regional Director - Nephrology
Join our New and Growing MSL Management Team Now
Residence near a major airport hub is required
We are seeking high performing, Medical Science Liaison First Line Field Managers to join our new MSL team. Strong leaders possessing previous MSL Team Management, Medical Affairs, Clinical Educator, are encouraged to apply.
Be part of new MSL team utilizing your MSL/Medical Affairs first line management experience in anticipation of a new drug launch in 2020. Our client is focused on non-absorbed therapies for patients with chronic kidney disease in new and novel ways.
In your role you will have significant impact during this important stage of our client's growth managing a new team of Nephrology MSL's. As part of this inaugural MSL team, you will provide direction and leadership, including some hiring, of new MSL's. As an Amplity employee, you will work closely with our client and multiple stakeholders within our organization.
Our Regional Directors will enjoy a generous base salary, bonus potential, auto allowance, attractive benefits package including 401K, medical, dental, vision, LTD, STD, Vacation, and Paid Holidays.
If you want to be a part of building and growing a new team, while impacting patients suffering with CKD partnering with a top biotech organization, please respond immediately. We are moving rapidly, building our new team.
The Regional Director is responsible for performance standards of assigned MSLs. In their region The RD is responsible for managing various aspects of the Medical Affairs employment experience (recruiting and hiring, performance management and corrective action, administrative, reconciliation and expense management, employee relations related issues). The MSL RD works closely with Client management to support all project goals, removes barriers to successful achievement of desired results and recognizes and responds to client's needs.
Essential Duties/ Responsibilities:
Translate program requirements into operational tasks for successful execution of contractual deliverables, and delivery of results manage MSLs in all areas of their employment. Plan, organize and monitor team member assignments, collaborative efforts with Client contacts, activities and projects to achieve client objectives
Effectively plan and facilitate required meetings
Monitor team members' territory performance and productivity/metrics, workload and outputs while ensuring compliance with policies and processes and addressing issues through corrective action process as they arise
Interview and select qualified candidates for vacancies on the team utilizing Amplity recruiting guidelines
Monitor employee compliance with all company policies and procedures and engage/work with Amplity Compliance to resolve issues and follow up with disciplinary action when needed
Be budget conscious respecting spending limit guidelines where appropriate
Provide all co-employment administrative oversight -manage team members' attendance, approve time off, schedules, expense reports, etc.
Fully comply with, and ensure that all direct reports fully comply with all local, state and federal laws, regulations and Amplity and Client Policies, Code of Conduct, PhRMA Guidelines, and all privacy and data guidelines
Assist team with utilization of all technology requirements, if applicable: CRM use, expense and OSIM reporting, activity reports, and other reports as needed
Perform special projects and assignments as directed by the manager
Key Working Relationships:
Reports to Amplity Management
Frequent collaboration with Amplity on aspects pertaining to supervision of MSLs
Frequent collaboration with Client teams on MSL activity and progress
Collaborates with Amplity Project Manager and other Amplity home office support
Maintains a positive working relationship with all Client and Amplity contacts
Minimum Bachelor's degree Required, RN/MSN/PA or Terminal Degree strongly preferred
2+ years of prior experience in a pharma role (e.g. MSL, CSL, etc.)
3-5 years of pharmaceuticalexperience managing a field based clinically focused team
Ability to travel within the assigned region (car and air travel). As needed-up to 70% travel including related meetings and functions (including overnights, weekends and/or international as opportunities demand).
Live near a major airport
A valid driver's license and safe driving record
Possess a valid passport
Working proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook.
MSL Management experience
CSO Management experience
Project Management experience
Pre-PDUFA Product Launch
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
Excellent people management/supervisory skills; strong ability to develop medical professionals, and ability to lead and mentor the team
Demonstrated coaching skills
Ability to recruit, retain and develop high performing talent; ability to manage turnover and vacancy process
Strong process facilitation, problem solving and analytical thinking abilities to make sound business decisions
Strong rapport building and active listening skills
Good organizational, planning skills, strong attention to detail and accuracy in recording/handling client and project information
Excellent verbal, written and interpersonal communication skills.
Highly flexible and able to successfully operate in a fast-paced environment.
Must be able to deal with people at all levels inside and outside of the company.
If you enjoy leading others to success, have a strong clinical acumen and want to be part of a growing organization, please apply at once.
We do not recruit away from our active clients.
A true partner to global healthcare companies, Amplity Health builds transformational solutions by challenging boundaries and the status quo. Amplity Health has the expertise, infrastructure, and insights to help clients overcome any healthcare commercialization hurdle. With wide-ranging capabilities such as patient identification solutions, multichannel messaging, inside sales and service resourcing, field sales, campaign planning and execution, and more, we have what it takes to maximize commercialization efforts and set strategies up for success.
When you join Amplity Health, you have the opportunity to work with and learn from leaders in the health care industry. Our commitment to a team-oriented culture and value-based leadership model provides an environment where our employees can work to their full potential.All opportunities with offer competitive compensation including a comprehensive medical benefits package, 401-k benefits, and the opportunity to grow with us.
A goal of ours is to continuously drive innovation through our people by creating an open, respectful, inclusive and trustworthy work environment. We encourage and support equal employment opportunities for all associates and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, creed, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, gender expression, national origin, ancestry, citizenship status, marital status, medical condition as defined by applicable state law, genetic information, disability, military service and veteran status, pregnancy, childbirth and related medical conditions, or any other characteristic protected by applicable federal, state, or local laws and ordinances. Employment decisions are evaluated based on an individual's skills, knowledge, abilities, job performance and other qualifications. We do not condone or tolerate an atmosphere of intimidation or harassment.
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