Senior Medical Director - Immuno-oncology, Early Phase Development

Location United States
Discipline: Medical & Pharmacovigilance
Job type: Permanent
Salary: £Salary: $300,000 Per annum + Bonus, benefits
Contact name: Stuart Gilboy

Contact email:
Contact phone: 16179821238
Job ref: 20768(i)
Published: 29 days ago
Expiry date: 12 April 2021

​The company has an impressive pipeline of first in class assets and requires a very experienced pharma physician to develop this further.

The Senior Director, Clinical I/O Early Phase Development will support Clinical and Medical assets by successful execution of clinical development programs and deliverables in partnership across the organization; with external vendors; and with external academicians and collaboration partners.

As a leader in the organization, the incumbent will be accountable to jointly develop clinical program strategy and help assure that activities are executed within expected scope, budget and timelines. The incumbent will play a key role the establishment and growth of Clinical Research functions to assure best-in-class global capabilities and execution. Specifically, the incumbent will work closely with colleagues in clinical development, program leadership, biometrics, clinical operations, safety/pharmacovigilance, regulatory, molecular diagnostics, and translational research.

Early Development Responsibilities:

  • Seamless transition of drug candidates from research to early clinical development

  • Effective integration of in-licensed drug candidates into early clinical development portfolio

  • Effective development of early asset's according to stringent criteria and applied across all early programs

  • Effective transition of assets' programs from early to late clinical development

  • Engagement with KOL's and Collaborators

  • Training of clinical team and other functional teams, as appropriate

  • Assessment of Investigator Initiated & Collaborator Research programs

Education Required: MD or DO degree required.

Experience Required:

  • Minimum of 8 to 12 years of experience and success within other biotech/pharmaceutical companies or equivalent experience in academia, with 5 or more years in clinical development areas, is required.

  • Professional knowledge and skills working in oncology therapeutics is required

  • Strategic leader with demonstrated success building, managing and developing individuals and teams

  • Working knowledge of applicable International Compliance guidelines and regulations is expected

  • Experience working in global environment is required

  • Experience with the development and support of related SOP's and policies is expected

  • Experience with partnerships and strategic alliances is expected

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Salary: $300,000 Per annum + Bonus, benefits