Associate Director, Integrated Area Lead (Rare Diseas), Germany South
The Integrated Area Lead (IAL) is field based and acts as the customer facing single point of contact for all stakeholders involved the patient journey of cholangiocarcinoma (CCA) patients.
Educating physicians, pathologists and other stakeholders on disease awareness, biomarker testing and new targeted therapy in CCA.
Developing and executing local activities to support cross functional collaboration of stakeholders in multidisciplinary teams.
Being part of a larger European network, which is building an innovative omni-channel customer centric model located in country x (potentially across borders)
Mapping and profiling of all stakeholders involved in the patient journey of Cholangiocarcinoma (CCA) patients : treating physicians like oncologists, GI physicians, as well as pathologists, surgeons etc
Educate on the disease and value of testing amongst physicians treating patients with CCA (centers of excellence)
Develop and execute the local Diagnostic (Dx) strategy : identify key centers of excellence, support operationalization of testing at priority labs, identify and educate referral labs to develop and manage relationships with the laboratory network
Develop a network of all involved stakeholders and support scientific collaboration across stakeholders within Multi-Disciplinary Teams (MDT’s)
Educate and provide scientific information to all involved stakeholders on the disease intrahepatic Cholangiocarcinoma (iCCA) and the need to test in order to identify patients, who may benefit from targeted therapies
Collect insights from the field and inform Product Strategy
Identify right channels for broader disease awareness and education
Respond to and document unsolicited requests for medical information in a compliant manner as per Incyte SOPs
Provide clinical / scientific information to support patient access
Provide medical / scientific presentations to external groups and clinical / scientific input and training to internal functions within regulatory guidelines.
Planning and execution of local advisory board meetings and support of investigator meetings in alignment with Clinical Operations
Represent the company at local medical meetings and congresses
Support Clinical Operation Team on sponsored clinical trials as needed
Organize and conduct local Medical Education meetings for physicians and pathologists and support x-functional collaboration (MDT’s)
Documentation and reporting of daily activities, routine administration, finances etc
Develop and execute stakeholder plans including laboratories and execute related projects
Proactive education about Incyte’s targeted therapy to healthcare professionals within compliance and legal requirements
Build professional relationships with Patient Advocacy Groups where applicable
Member of the European Brand Team, and responsible for establishing and maintaining close collaboration within the Regional cross-functional Team as well as with local affiliates (General Managers, Medical Directors, and Commercial Directors) being responsible for the therapy area in the relevant markets.
Adhere to corporate SOPs and ensure vigilant compliance with relevant legal and regulatory guidelines governing scientific interactions with physicians and healthcare professionals across all activities, including those related to clinical trials, scientific interactions with internal and external groups, promotion and responses to unsolicited requests for medical / scientific information.
Maintain clinical, scientific, and technical expertise in relevant product and disease state areas.
Share best practice experiences with colleagues.
Embrace and demonstrate the Incyte Corporate Values
Contribute positively to a strong culture of business integrity and ethics
Act within compliance and legal requirements as well as within company guidelines
MD, PharmD, PhD, or degree in life sciences
Oncology expertise is a requirement with Rare Disease and liver cancer preferable
Long standing experience in the pharmaceutical industry and 8+ years of relevant working experience
Experience in diagnostic / biomarker setting / pathology and lab setting
Excellent communication skills
Interacts directly and virtually with external key experts
Experience in key account management
Manages internal and external stakeholders
Learns quickly and takes on new challenges
Covers large geographical areas which require frequent travel with occasional overnight stays
Fluent in English and local language, ideally multilingual