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Oncology Senior Medical Manager


Dubai, Dubai
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The Oncology Senior Medical Manager is responsible for developing and executing the medical plan that supports the strategic operating goals for the oncology business, supports cross-functional projects, and is accountable for his/her medical and scientific initiatives related to oncology products. To develop strategic partnerships with key external stakeholders during the entire life cycle of Pfizer products, providing focused relevant information in response to customer-stated needs in order to maintain a therapeutic leadership position and drive business needs at the national, regional & corporate levels.


+ Develop and execute a medical strategy that supports the country operating plans with a specific focus on driving business growth through medical insights

+ Provide medical country perspective for the oncology assets at Oncology reviews and planning (together with country commercial, marketing, regulatory, legal, & other cross functions)

+ To interact with and develop enduring relationships with national opinion leaders, national advisors on clinical practice, contributors to national guidelines and management protocols

+ Dissemination of recent scientific knowledge/data on Oncology portfolio in approved indications

+ Communication of recent scientific knowledge/data on Oncology portfolio in off-label indications and on Oncology products in development upon request

+ To communicate customer feedback on product development and life-cycle strategies

+ Medical input into assigned brand cross functional team and where necessary into local Customer based marketing initiatives

+ To provide quality scientific presentations at internal and external meetings

+ Soliciting feedback on clinical trial programs and protocols (feasibility) from potential investigators for Oncology portfolio

+ Management of IIRs-presentation of proposal, internal scientific review, & conduct follow up.

+ Conception, management and implementation of observational (Non Interventional) studies

+ Collaborate with oncology medical teams to support development of a strategic regional/country publication plans.

+ Medical lead for local/national advisory boards:

+ - Advisory Boards conduct to gather expert guidance to advise medical planning. - Provide input into regional Advisory Board planning, support implementation and presentations (as needed).

+ Conduct of medical-to-medical local medical education activities

+ Provide medical support for formulary applications when needed

+ Provide country oncology medical leadership, support and guidance for label updates and responses to regulatory requests when needed.

+ Provide country medical support, analysis, and guidance for drug safety updates or issues pertaining to oncology portfolio.

+ Deal with customer enquiries on drug safety issues for oncology portfolio

+ Medical societies identification and collaboration relevant to Oncology BU

+ Medical support for other customer facing teams, including medical training

+ Provides a critical review and medical input into promotional materials and marketing strategy.

+ Partner with legal, regulatory and marketing colleagues to ensure compliant, accurate and high quality content of all promotional and training materials.


+ Medical Degree required

+ At least 3 years of Pharmaceutical Medical Affairs experience (Oncology Background Preferred).

+ Fluency in Medical & Business English, and local language.

+ An appropriate Oncology therapeutic knowledge is preferred as well as an understanding of the therapeutic context and of the products in the portfolio

+ People management experience

+ A good understanding of clinical research as well as the ability to critically evaluate clinical studies whether a protocol or a publication

+ An understanding of the national and regional health environment including its structure, policy, key members and scientific societies

+ An understanding of the process of drug development

+ Knowledge of the relevant and applicable Codes of Practice, SOPs, regulations and guidelines as they apply to the function.

+ Knowledge of pharmacovigilance and regulatory legislation and how it impacts the product portfolio

+ Strong business acumen- Knows the industry; knowledgeable in current and possible future trends, technology, and information affecting his/her business and organization; knows the competition; is aware of how strategies and tactics work in the marketplace.

+ HCP focused and always focused on patient safety first. Ability to establish and maintain effective relationships with healthcare professionals.

+ Organization alignment- Is aligned with the culture, values and mission; operates with the mission and values in mind; encourages others to act in a manner aligned with organizational culture, values and mission.

+ Results driven- Can be counted on to exceed goals successfully; steadfastly pushes self and others for results.

Pfizer is an equal opportunity employer and complies with all applicable equal employment opportunity legislation in each jurisdiction in which it operates.
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