SVP Medical Ops

Location United States of America
Discipline: Clinical Development, Medical & Pharmacovigilance, Regulatory Affairs
Job type: Permanent
Contact name: Sam Murphy

Contact email:
Contact phone: 6175951613
Job ref: 876543
Published: 24 days ago
Expiry date: 29 Apr 2024 23:59
Startdate: ASAP

Has direct responsibility for Pharmacovigilance, Regulatory Affairs, and Medical Affairs departments.  

Direct responsibility for building, leading, and mentoring teams while achieving departmental and organizational goals. 

Responsible for disposition of escalated safety concerns/signals for all products. 

Work closely with the CEO lead the overall scientific and clinical strategies by providing scientific, developmental perspectives for the portfolio of commercialized products supporting corporate objectives. 

Drive internal and external collaboration by continually seeking and implementing innovative solutions. 

Create a team culture that thrives on progress, innovation and results aligned with corporate objectives. 

Work closely with Commercial and Market Access in developing an integrated medical strategy to support company growth objective and product roadmap activities. 

As a key member of the Executive Team, collaborate with executive leaders in developing overall company strategy, meeting business objectives, and attracting, leading, and developing the overall team. 

Support key opinion leader relationships with top physicians to support product development objectives. 

Participate in and give input to regulatory strategies and interactions with Health Authorities. 

Lead interactions with academic thought leaders, investigators, cooperative groups, and other clinical stakeholders. 

Working with business development, help to identify other strategically for broadening company base of clinical programs (e.g. company pipeline or collaboration/in-licensed opportunity) 

Represent the company and its programs to external audiences, including the investment, medical and regulatory communities, as well as pharmaceutical or biotechnology industry as directed by the CEO. 

Serve as an advocate and champion for patients. 
Experience and Qualifications: A Medical Degree (MD, DO, or ex-US equivalent) is required. Experience or sub-specialty training in Endocrinology is highly preferred. A minimum of 15 years industry experience with evidence of progressive leadership experience. Functional experience in Medical Affairs, Regulatory Affairs and/or Pharmacovigilance required.