Your tasks and responsibilities
The primary responsibilities of this role, Director Medical and Clinical Affairs Radiology MD, are to:

Sets the medical strategy the MRI portfolio including MR contrast Media (Gadovist, Primovist) as well as MR devices;
Defines and is responsible for global Phase IIIb and IV programs/ studies for the MR portfolio to support the commercial success of R&I and directs and oversees the design, conduct, analysis, reporting and publication of those studies;
Provides strategic review and approval of ISS and PMS studies;
Is member of the Global Project Team and/or member of the Global Brand team, representing Global Medical & Clinical Affairs;
Is responsible for the Medical portion of the MAR related brand plans;
Is responsible for the ongoing risk-benefit assessment of a compound in a main country. Analyses incoming clinical data, relevant medical and scientific information and initiates actions or decisions as appropriate;
Provides medical expertise to Global Strategic Marketing (for marketed MR products) and Strategic New Product Marketing (for MR development projects) and defines together with the Marketing Manager/SNPM Manager the publication strategy;
Approves publications and ensures consistency of publications with clinical data and publication strategy. Contributes to Opinion Leader development, publications strategy and global medical congress activities with implementation detail;
Plans and conducts Medical Advisory Boards;
Provides medical assessment of in- and out-licensing opportunities of development projects;
Approves domestic study concepts to ensure compliance with global strategy. Allocates studies to the D&C countries together with the global heads of Clinical Operations and Biometry, including patronage countries as needed;
Plans and conducts scientific advisory boards with key opinion leaders and external customers. Represent Radiology viewpoint on products to key opinion leaders, scientific advisors, health authorities and to other external stakeholders;
Provide medical review and approval of promotional material from the GBT for global use e.g. product monographs, brochures, field communications.

Who you are

Your success will be driven by your demonstration of our LIFE values. More specifically related to this position, Bayer seeks an incumbent who possesses the following:

Required Qualifications:

The incumbent is a highly successful M.D with extensive professional and academic experience;
M.D. and board certification in a relevant therapeutic area is required;
In-depth understanding of the drug development and commercialization process with a base experience of 5+ years in Medical Science and drug development. Disease or Therapeutic Area knowledge in either pharmaceutical development and/or device and/or interventional therapy;
Proven leadership, motivational and interpersonal skills;
Must provide clear vision, direction, and purpose in the different cultures present within the global Medical Organization;
Incumbent must embrace change and be able to work in a changing environment;
Strong communication skills to ensure that project plans and status are transparent, and that risks, issues, and results are clear to all involved parties;
A matrix structure requires additional skills in gathering decision information, negotiation and communicating decisions and action;
Experience of effectively managing risk and compliance issues;
Experience of managing teams across cultures and geographies;
Executes his/her responsibilities with knowledge, accuracy, persistence, resilience and creativity seeking to work both independently and collaboratively

Associated topics: aseptic, biopharmaceutical, clinical, food scientist, metabolism, microbiology, pharmacometrics, protein, therapeutic, transfection

* The salary listed in the header is an estimate based on salary data for similar jobs in the same area. Salary or compensation data found in the job description is accurate.

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