Medical Director, Nordics (remote working Nordics)

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Jazz Pharmaceuticals plc (NASDAQ: JAZZ) is a global biopharmaceutical company whose purpose is to innovate to transform the lives of patients and their families. We are dedicated to developing life-changing medicines for people with serious diseases - often with limited or no therapeutic options. We have a diverse portfolio of marketed medicines and novel product candidates, from early- to late-stage development, in neuroscience and oncology. We actively explore new options for patients including novel compounds, small molecules and biologics, and through cannabinoid science and innovative delivery technologies. Jazz is headquartered in Dublin, Ireland and has employees around the globe, serving patients in nearly 75 countries. For more information, please visit www.jazzpharmaceuticals.com and follow @JazzPharma on Twitter.

Are you a Medical Director with leadership experience within the Nordic countries in the pharmaceutical industry? Do you want to make a meaningful difference to the patients we serve and their families by taking part of our exiting pursuit as we build our Nordic organisation and strive to serve many more patients with rare diseases in the Nordics?

Brief Description:

Reporting to the General Manager, Nordics, the Medical Director is responsible for the development and delivery of the Nordic and country Medical affairs strategy and programs that support the successful commercialisation of in-market and future Jazz Pharma products.

As a key partner to the GM, the incumbent will lead the Nordic Medical Affairs department and be positioned as the Medical lead to both internal and external audiences. The role will demand strong leadership qualities, high levels of cross-functional collaboration and the ability to influence across all levels of the organisation. The incumbent will need to balance the requirement for strong strategic thinking with a need to execute in a fast-moving organisation.

The incumbent is responsible for ensuring all activities are executed in accordance with local regulatory and legal frameworks as well as Jazz Pharmaceuticals policies and healthcare compliance procedures.

Essential Job Functions:

Leadership of the Medical Affairs Department

  • Lead, develop and build a high-performing, fully integrated Medical Affairs department.
  • Manage, coach, and develop Medical Affairs personnel (direct and indirect reports).
  • Ensure that the “voice of the patient” is strongly represented within departmental thinking.
  • Act as a role model who demonstrates consistent ethical and professional behaviour, exemplifying Jazz Cultural values.
  • Accountable for all legal aspects relating to local Medical activities.
  • Is seen as a strongly credible medical expert by internal and external customers
  • Ensures close collaboration with Market Access and Corporate/Governmental Affairs to support scientifically the local P&R processes
  • Strategic and Tactical Planning

  • Ensure development and delivery of the Medical Affairs strategy and country plans in close collaboration with business partners.
  • Establish and maintain strong business partnership with Commercial and other functions to drive overall business strategy.
  • Set departmental SMART objectives and track, measure and report progress of plans and budgets.
  • Manage Medical resource allocation and budget planning aligned with the strategy.
  • Ensure the country needs are effectively communicated to partners in the regional team, so that there is alignment on strategy and plans at all levels.
  • Ensure clinical programs provide the commercial organisation with timely, practical scientific data and publications which ultimately contribute to the wellbeing of patients
  • Demonstrates the patient benefit and value of our portfolio through data generation and impactful medical data dissemination
  • KOL Management

  • Develops and sustains excellent professional relationships with academic groups and key thought leaders
  • Oversees Medical Advisory Boards with membership of national and international KOLs together with his/ her team
  • Contributes to progress disease management by overseeing the local compassionate use processes of Jazz products in various indications according to unmet medical needs and compliant to local regulations
  • Clinical Development:

  • Guarantee excellent and high level of medical and scientific interactions with investigators of Jazz-sponsored studies in the affiliate
  • Works with Clinical Operations to ensure high quality Medical Scientific interactions with local investigators to support their commitment to engage and complete Jazz-sponsored studies.
  • Oversees country and site selection for Jazz sponsored studies in the Nordics according to Jazz global CRD processes on CRO-affiliate partnership.
  • Safety:

  • Ensure optimal safety of the use of Jazz products and provide medical support to safety reporting
  • Is accountable for the safe use of Jazz products in the country across indications by ensuring optimal safety and clinical overview provided by associates in all activities, with full compliance of local and global regulatory requirements
  • Compliance

  • Ensures that the employees of the medical department of the affiliate’s Medical organization are in compliance with the rules and regulations of regulatory agencies (not limited to drug safety), that company policies and procedures are being followed, and that behaviour in the organization meets the Company’s Code of Conduct.
  • Works in close collaboration with Regulatory affairs, HealthCare compliance & Quality Assurance to ensure compliance across all activities in the country
  • Systems, Processes and Ways of Working

  • Ensure systems, processes and ways of working are in place to facilitate:Effective execution of the Medical planExpert scientific knowledge of all Medical Affairs team members.Effective Key Account Planning with cross-functional partners.Effective planning and utilisation of national key opinion leaders.Data generation activities including Investigator Sponsored Studies.Appropriate positioning of Jazz Pharmaceutical medicines in medical guidelines.Ensure compliance with Standard Operating Procedures, as well as with legal and ethical standardsReview and approval of medical and marketing materials and activities in line with national regulations.Delivery of quality medical information to internal and external customers.
  • Maintain full compliance with Adverse Event reporting to meet local and European regulations
  • External Relationships

  • Develop influential relationships with national key opinion leaders.
  • Attend appropriate scientific congresses to stay abreast of developments and to support national KoL activities.
  • Support development of Jazz European and International team (EINT) positioning as the scientific authority on oncology and neurology and support national KOL advocacy through provision of scientific and clinical information via the MSL team.
  • Leverage External Expert relationships to identify potential lifecycle opportunities based on patient needs
  • Support Disease Area Specialists in developing strong networks with External Experts
  • Manage external communications when safety issues arise, with the wellbeing of patients being the goal
  • Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

  • Pharmaceutical industry experience in a comparable role: Strong preference for knowledge of Haematology/Oncology and/or neuroscience or rare diseases/specialty care pharma.
  • A proven track-record of building high performing Medical Affairs teams.
  • Deep understanding of the healthcare system in the Nordic markets
  • Must have experience of launching new products, market shaping and launch readiness activities.
  • Experience in establishing strong influential relationships with academic societies.
  • Strong leadership skills with demonstrable ability to influence at all levels of the organisation as well as with external customers
  • Excellent communication skills, including strong presentation skills.
  • Flexible, independent, and proactive working style.
  • Ability to critically analyse large volumes of complex data.
  • Excellent planning and organisational skills.
  • Strong inter-personal relationship building skills.
  • Strong collaboration and teamworking skills.
  • Ability to produce timely business management reports, budget tracking and audit data.
  • Willingness to travel frequently
  • Fluent English (spoken and written)
  • Required/Preferred Education and Licenses:

  • Strong preference for a Medical Doctor or
  • Scientific Graduate (ideally with a higher scientific qualification e.g. PhD or PharmD etc.)
  • Jazz Pharmaceuticals is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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    Medical Director, Nordics (remote working Nordics)

    Jazz Pharmaceuticals plc (NASDAQ: JAZZ) is a global biopharmaceutical company whose purpose is to innovate to transform the lives of patients and their families. We are dedicated to developing life-changing medicines for people with serious diseases - often with limited or no therapeutic options. We have a diverse portfolio of marketed medicines and novel product candidates, from early- to late-stage development, in neuroscience and oncology. We actively explore new options for patients including novel compounds, small molecules and biologics, and through cannabinoid science and innovative delivery technologies. Jazz is headquartered in Dublin, Ireland and has employees around the globe, serving patients in nearly 75 countries. For more information, please visit www.jazzpharmaceuticals.com and follow @JazzPharma on Twitter.

    Are you a Medical Director with leadership experience within the Nordic countries in the pharmaceutical industry? Do you want to make a meaningful difference to the patients we serve and their families by taking part of our exiting pursuit as we build our Nordic organisation and strive to serve many more patients with rare diseases in the Nordics?

    Brief Description:

    Reporting to the General Manager, Nordics, the Medical Director is responsible for the development and delivery of the Nordic and country Medical affairs strategy and programs that support the successful commercialisation of in-market and future Jazz Pharma products.

    As a key partner to the GM, the incumbent will lead the Nordic Medical Affairs department and be positioned as the Medical lead to both internal and external audiences. The role will demand strong leadership qualities, high levels of cross-functional collaboration and the ability to influence across all levels of the organisation. The incumbent will need to balance the requirement for strong strategic thinking with a need to execute in a fast-moving organisation.

    The incumbent is responsible for ensuring all activities are executed in accordance with local regulatory and legal frameworks as well as Jazz Pharmaceuticals policies and healthcare compliance procedures.

    Essential Job Functions:

    Leadership of the Medical Affairs Department

  • Lead, develop and build a high-performing, fully integrated Medical Affairs department.
  • Manage, coach, and develop Medical Affairs personnel (direct and indirect reports).
  • Ensure that the “voice of the patient” is strongly represented within departmental thinking.
  • Act as a role model who demonstrates consistent ethical and professional behaviour, exemplifying Jazz Cultural values.
  • Accountable for all legal aspects relating to local Medical activities.
  • Is seen as a strongly credible medical expert by internal and external customers
  • Ensures close collaboration with Market Access and Corporate/Governmental Affairs to support scientifically the local P&R processes
  • Strategic and Tactical Planning

  • Ensure development and delivery of the Medical Affairs strategy and country plans in close collaboration with business partners.
  • Establish and maintain strong business partnership with Commercial and other functions to drive overall business strategy.
  • Set departmental SMART objectives and track, measure and report progress of plans and budgets.
  • Manage Medical resource allocation and budget planning aligned with the strategy.
  • Ensure the country needs are effectively communicated to partners in the regional team, so that there is alignment on strategy and plans at all levels.
  • Ensure clinical programs provide the commercial organisation with timely, practical scientific data and publications which ultimately contribute to the wellbeing of patients
  • Demonstrates the patient benefit and value of our portfolio through data generation and impactful medical data dissemination
  • KOL Management

  • Develops and sustains excellent professional relationships with academic groups and key thought leaders
  • Oversees Medical Advisory Boards with membership of national and international KOLs together with his/ her team
  • Contributes to progress disease management by overseeing the local compassionate use processes of Jazz products in various indications according to unmet medical needs and compliant to local regulations
  • Clinical Development:

  • Guarantee excellent and high level of medical and scientific interactions with investigators of Jazz-sponsored studies in the affiliate
  • Works with Clinical Operations to ensure high quality Medical Scientific interactions with local investigators to support their commitment to engage and complete Jazz-sponsored studies.
  • Oversees country and site selection for Jazz sponsored studies in the Nordics according to Jazz global CRD processes on CRO-affiliate partnership.
  • Safety:

  • Ensure optimal safety of the use of Jazz products and provide medical support to safety reporting
  • Is accountable for the safe use of Jazz products in the country across indications by ensuring optimal safety and clinical overview provided by associates in all activities, with full compliance of local and global regulatory requirements
  • Compliance

  • Ensures that the employees of the medical department of the affiliate’s Medical organization are in compliance with the rules and regulations of regulatory agencies (not limited to drug safety), that company policies and procedures are being followed, and that behaviour in the organization meets the Company’s Code of Conduct.
  • Works in close collaboration with Regulatory affairs, HealthCare compliance & Quality Assurance to ensure compliance across all activities in the country
  • Systems, Processes and Ways of Working

  • Ensure systems, processes and ways of working are in place to facilitate:Effective execution of the Medical planExpert scientific knowledge of all Medical Affairs team members.Effective Key Account Planning with cross-functional partners.Effective planning and utilisation of national key opinion leaders.Data generation activities including Investigator Sponsored Studies.Appropriate positioning of Jazz Pharmaceutical medicines in medical guidelines.Ensure compliance with Standard Operating Procedures, as well as with legal and ethical standardsReview and approval of medical and marketing materials and activities in line with national regulations.Delivery of quality medical information to internal and external customers.
  • Maintain full compliance with Adverse Event reporting to meet local and European regulations
  • External Relationships

  • Develop influential relationships with national key opinion leaders.
  • Attend appropriate scientific congresses to stay abreast of developments and to support national KoL activities.
  • Support development of Jazz European and International team (EINT) positioning as the scientific authority on oncology and neurology and support national KOL advocacy through provision of scientific and clinical information via the MSL team.
  • Leverage External Expert relationships to identify potential lifecycle opportunities based on patient needs
  • Support Disease Area Specialists in developing strong networks with External Experts
  • Manage external communications when safety issues arise, with the wellbeing of patients being the goal
  • Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

  • Pharmaceutical industry experience in a comparable role: Strong preference for knowledge of Haematology/Oncology and/or neuroscience or rare diseases/specialty care pharma.
  • A proven track-record of building high performing Medical Affairs teams.
  • Deep understanding of the healthcare system in the Nordic markets
  • Must have experience of launching new products, market shaping and launch readiness activities.
  • Experience in establishing strong influential relationships with academic societies.
  • Strong leadership skills with demonstrable ability to influence at all levels of the organisation as well as with external customers
  • Excellent communication skills, including strong presentation skills.
  • Flexible, independent, and proactive working style.
  • Ability to critically analyse large volumes of complex data.
  • Excellent planning and organisational skills.
  • Strong inter-personal relationship building skills.
  • Strong collaboration and teamworking skills.
  • Ability to produce timely business management reports, budget tracking and audit data.
  • Willingness to travel frequently
  • Fluent English (spoken and written)
  • Required/Preferred Education and Licenses:

  • Strong preference for a Medical Doctor or
  • Scientific Graduate (ideally with a higher scientific qualification e.g. PhD or PharmD etc.)
  • Jazz Pharmaceuticals is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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