Scientific Director (Publication Planning)

Full Time in Healthcare Communications , in MedComms
  • New Jersey, United States View on Map
  • Salary: $120,000.00 - $180,000.00 / Annually
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Scientific Director (Publication Planning)

Location: Hoboken, NJ / 100% Work from Home, Hybrid, or Office if Preferred

Salary: Competitive salary, comprehensive benefits package, 401k match

 

Scientific Director (Publication Planning)

Publications/Publication Planning – Medical/Healthcare Communications – Medical Affairs

 

Job Duties and Responsibilities

  • Strong background and foundation in Publications & Publication Planning and/or Medical Affairs
  • Participating in the development of concepts and planning for assigned client/account projects, working with clients, and staff management, interact with KOLs & faculty
  • This position is responsible for QA/QC, directing/leading/mentoring a team in the development of editorial content, and maintaining the scientific integrity of all medical communication deliverables produced for assigned client(s)/account(s)
  • Providing scientific and strategic insight for content development
  • Providing scientific support towards organizational business development activities
  • Creating, executing, and ensuring compliance of scientifically sound publications & publication planning activities within assigned account(s)
  • Understanding of current industry guidelines
  • Ensuring client projects & tasks are completed on time and within budget
  • Initiative to gain necessary background on product and/or therapeutic category

 

Qualifying for this position requires the following:

  • At least five (5) or more years of agency medical communications experience (required)
  • Publications- Publication Planning or Medical Affairs experience is required
  • CMPP certification is a plus
  • Advanced degree in the Life Sciences (PhD, PharmD, MD)
  • Experience utilizing online medical resources
  • Experience mentoring and managing staff/direct reports a plus
  • Strong scientific acumen and ability to remain up-to-date on the therapeutic landscape
  • A team player with the ability to lead by example with strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Organizational and time management
  • Computer proficiency in Microsoft Office

 

If you’re dreaming of better days and you’d like to explore this or other companies to work for, then get in touch!

 

Apply today or alternatively, you can contact me Erick Semerene at Albion Rye Associates

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