Executive Director, Global Scientific Communications

The Executive Director of Scientific Communications will report to the Vice President of Scientific Affairs. S/he will be responsible for strategic planning and execution of scientific communications deliverables including advisory board planning, congress planning and coverage at Agenus.
Full Time Remote in United States Medical Communications
Annually: USD 0 - 0
(UTC-05:00) Eastern Time (US and Canada)
Scientific Communications Director
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We are a dedicated group of scientists, physicians, and businesspeople working together toward one goal: to discover and develop therapies that can unleash the power of the body’s immune system to treat and potentially cure cancer. We are passionate about the work we do every day at Agenus to deliver on the promise of immuno-oncology. If you’re looking for an inspired environment, passionate colleagues, and a culture that nurtures learning, innovation and team success, we invite you to join us.

The role:

The Executive Director of Scientific Communications will report to the Vice President of Scientific Affairs. S/he will be responsible for strategic planning and execution of scientific communications deliverables including advisory board planning, congress planning and coverage at Agenus, be a leader in the Medical and Scientific Affairs department, and be an integral team member in preparation for a commercial launch.

In the role you will:

  • Establish the Scientific Communications capability within Medical Affairs
  • Lead the development of an annual integrated advisory board meeting plan, congress planning and coverage.
  • Execute global medical affairs advisory board meetings in support of the Agenus pipeline products and therapeutic areas of interest.
  • Partner with cross functional leaders including but not limited to clinical development, medical affairs, market access.
  • Contribute to clinical content for advisory boards and investigator meetings
  • Provide clinical and scientific information, input and interpretation as needed
  • Lead the development of a compendia and treatment guideline plan
  • Create congress materials (briefing books, content analysis, etc); congress session coverage and reporting plan and post congress executive summary report, in collaboration with the competitive intelligence team
  • Provide support for various pathway initiatives and interactions
  • Participate in a cross functional team on the development of the Global Value Dossier
  • Manage the Scientific Communication budget
  • Directly manage vendors where required

Qualifications: About You

  • Advanced Clinical/Scientific degree required (Pharm.D. or Ph.D preferred)
  • 10+ years of experience in scientific communications in a pharmaceutical company and/or relevant experience in the pharmaceutical industry
  • Oncology therapeutic area experience and knowledge required
  • Ability to create and present scientific and clinical data
  • Experience on promotional and medical review committee
  • Experience leading ad board meeting
  • Excellent presentation skills
  • Experience managing vendors and a budget
  • Working knowledge of legal and regulatory guidelines in the pharmaceutical industry
  • Team oriented and ability to work collaboratively
  • Excellent written communication skills
  • Ability to lead and run effective cross-functional meetings
  • Ability to manage multiple projects within defined timelines
  • Strong computer and technical skills with proficiency in various technology platforms, such as Medical Information database systems, SharePoint, Veeva, PowerPoint, etc.
  • Travel maybe required up to 30% of your time (congress attendance, internal business meetings)

Posted 6 months ago

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