Vice President US Medical Affairs, Neuroscience

Johnson & Johnson

4.2

(92)

Hopewell Township, NJ

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    Position summary

    ng support, regulatory affairs, pharmacovigilance, medical compliance and scientific affairs) aligned to regional medical strategies and global guidance to maximize value of products in pipeline. He/she will lead the design, development and implementation of programs related to educational, promotional and reporting materials for products related to related to Phase IIIb, Phase IV trials, solicited and non-solicited studies, and publications for the Neuroscience current and future portfolio. This leader will manage a large organization of office, field-based, and contract professionals and will report directly to the US president of Janssen Neuroscience.

    This position is responsible for developing and delivering all US Neuroscience Medical Affairs (MA) strategic objectives and plans in support of overall company objectives, such as:

    • Ensure the provision of high-quality Medical Affairs activities including Therapeutic Area and Product Medical Strategy, Scientific Communications, Medical Education, Real-World Evidence Generation, and Pharmacovigilance across US in support of strategic objectives

    • Lead the development and execution of medical affairs strategies, plans, projects, and product support

    -Study concept preparation and approval

    -Medical affairs product lifecycle management and launch readiness plans

    -Medical affairs plans, including identification of critical paths and budget tracking of projects

    • Provide strategic leadership for all Medical Affairs activities, as well as develops and executes initiatives for compounds in pipeline

    • Design efficient and targeted investigator-led research and collaborative studies and/or real-world studies and leads approval process

    • Ensure appropriate medical input and review of compound development strategies, tactics, and relevant clinical programs

    • Leverage clinical knowledge, industry relationships, and experiences to understand standards of care, unmet needs and how product portfolio and innovations can help address those unmet needs. Congress, symposium, key medical society, and one-on-one peer engagement is a key component.

    • Identify opportunities to strengthen and build organizational capabilities to ensure that innovations such as technological advancements are incorporated into medical affairs activities

    • Drive consistency and alignment of Medical Affairs strategies, goals and activities within US, improving the quality of MA activities and enhancing compliance

    • Provide US Medical Affairs input into brand value teams' plans and strategies to leverage clinical value, data and evidence

    • Facilitate effective partnerships with other US functions and organizations (for example, R&D, V&E Leadership team, Strategic Customer Group, In-line Brand Marketing, etc.), and with key opinion leaders across the country

    • Represent the medical community as a member of the Neuroscience Commercial Leadership team and the North American Scientific Affairs Leadership Team

    • Maintain oversight of finance and operational support for US Medical Affairs; Responsible for a multi-million dollar budget

    • Lead both a home office-based multi-functional team and field-based MSL team

    • Attract, develop, and manage core talent and build medical affairs skills to help create a diverse, high performing medical organization

    Qualifications

    • Clinical or research-focused advanced degree is required, with very strong preference for an MD or DO degree
    • A minimum of 12 years of pharmaceutical industry R&D/Medical Affairs experience or an equivalent combination of clinical practice/academic research and industry experience is required
    • A minimum of 5 years of experience in the pharmaceutical industry is required
    • A minimum of 6-8 years managing people, including at some point medically trained individuals is required
    • Neuroscience therapeutic area experience is highly preferred
    • Strong communication and presentation skills is required
    • Demonstrated success fostering close partnerships across functions (e.g., marketing, payer, R&D, etc.) is required
    • Experience setting medical strategy in collaboration with Medical Science Liaison teams is preferred
    • Experience with real-world evidence generation is preferred
    • Understanding of US healthcare environment and dynamics is required
    • Domestic Travel of 25-30%

    The anticipated base pay range for this position is $242,000 - $446,200.

    Johnson & Johnson is an Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, national origin, or protected veteran status and will not be discriminated against on the basis of disability.

    Why you should apply for a job to Johnson & Johnson:

  • Ranked as one of the Best Companies for Women in 2020
  • 4.2/5 in overall job satisfaction
  • 4.2/5 in supportive management
  • 71% say women are treated fairly and equally to men
  • 88% would recommend this company to other women
  • 85% say the CEO supports gender diversity
  • Ratings are based on anonymous reviews by Fairygodboss members.
  • Global parental leave for all new parents (maternal, paternal, adoptive or surrogacy-assisted).
  • Global exercise reimbursement.
  • Two weeks off (one of them fully paid) for volunteer work.