Please note:  You must have prior experience working in the Medical department at a Pharmaceutical Advertising agency.

What you do:

  • Serving as medical point person on assigned accounts providing input on scientific/medical strategy while working cross-functionally and with a high level of independence
  • Responsible for ensuring high quality with regard to scientific content, organization, clarity, accuracy, format, consistency, and adherence to regulatory and internal guidelines, styles, and processes
  • Support the creation of comprehensive, integrated, strategic promotional content for assigned brands and develop highly credible clinical and scientific content for certain projects, including development of Promotional Speaker Decks
  • Must be prepared to participate in discussions with clients, HCPs, and internal team members regarding strategic planning and content development
  • Should demonstrate comfort articulating strategic and tactical recommendations, as well as clinical and therapeutic information, for multiple clients and in multiple therapeutic categories

 

Responsibilities

  • Work closely with Account, Copy, and Editorial to ensure scientific and therapeutic accuracy and appropriateness in all promotional and medical content
  • Support in the development of content for a variety of promotional materials across several therapeutic indications and ensure they meet the communication objectives and strategic imperatives
  • Add value to current project quality and client needs by demonstrating in-depth technical expertise of assigned therapeutic catergory areas and up-to-date knowledge of all assigned brands
    • Keep abreast of trends in medical/scientific community, monitoring and understanding the competitive landscape and key studies
  • Participate in internal team meetings and client meetings, providing clinical knowledge and timely interpretation of data, as well as strategic and tactical recommendations
    • Providing medical insights and contributing original ideas during brand planning and strategic development meetings
    • Leading discussion of medical content and strategy with pharmaceutical clients
    • Attending medical, legal, and regulatory review meetings
  • Present effectively to internal teams and to clients, able to engage with and relate to different audiences
  • Participate in preparation of new business pitches, eventually becoming a member of the pitch team
  • Participate in congresses and industry events
  • Participating in all job-related meetings, including project kick-off meetings, weekly status meetings, and team meetings
  • Execute aspects of administrative responsibilities (time sheets, project timelines, creative manager) in a detailed and timely manner

 

Your Qualitfications

  • Advanced degree (PhD, MD, or PharmD)
  • 2-5 years of experience in a healthcare advertising agency
  • Understanding of marketing principles

 

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