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Vertex Pharmaceuticals
Boston, Massachusetts, United States
17 days ago

Description

The Director, Scientific Communications will be responsible for the development of disease state/program communication strategy, multi-channel plans (including publication plans) and all related materials. This includes the development of all medical content (booth and symposia) and reporting for top tiered congress. This role will collaborate with cross-functional stakeholders to ensure the development of a robust communication strategy that is based on insights and unmet medical needs. This work is critical in ensuring that communications are aligned throughout the company and pulled through all material development. As a people manager within the organization, this role may have financial accountabilities and human resource responsibilities for assigned staff.

Key Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Leads the development of the Global Scientific Communication Strategy
  • Leads the development of the multi-channel plan including the publication plan, the congress plan and any digital initiatives to support innovative communications
  • Oversees the development of all enduring communication materials including global scientific platform, global slide library, lexicon and the scientific narrative for the disease state
  • For pipeline disease states, oversees/leads the development of training materials, slide decks and FAQs
  • Oversees or leads/co-leads the development of all medical content and reporting for top tiered congress
  • Co-Leads the Cross-Functional Disease State Medical Meeting
  • Partners closely with the regional medical teams for the development of medical content including congress materials
  • Ensures alignment of medical communications and publications plans within the overall medical brand and development plan
  • Partners with clinical development groups to develop and maintain timely and relevant disease state/program knowledge
  • Maintains KPIs and metrics for all medical communication work
  • Plans and tracks all aspects of the medical communications budget, including managing vendor contracting/invoicing
  • Assists in the development/enhancement and implementation of policies, procedures, and processes for the department
  • Develops and mentors assigned staff
  • As a people manager within the organization, may have financial accountabilities and human resource responsibilities for assigned staff.


Requirements

Education and Experience:

  • Doctorate level, advanced degree (PharmD, M.D. or Ph.D.)
  • Typically requires 10 years of work experience and 3 years of supervisory/management experience, or the equivalent combination of education and experience

Knowledge and Skills:

  • Demonstrated leadership and experience in scientific communication framework and impactful materials development
  • Excellent written, oral and presentation skills to influence others internally/externally
  • Ability to think broadly about scientific communications and the impact on materials
  • Expert in health communication principles and knowledge of how to pull through material development
  • Proven experience in formally and informally teaching and mentoring team members on digital and health communications principles and how to implement in relevant work
  • Strategic mindset and demonstrated experience of effective collaboration between (and within) medical and other departments including commercial, compliance, corporate communications, patient advocacy and R&D
  • Proven leadership capabilities, ability to work within complex matrixes and without functional authority
  • Capable of setting priorities, dealing with ambiguity and remaining focused on goals
  • Ability to manage vendors
  • People/team management experience and demonstrated ability to serve as a mentor/coach
  • Experience in developing an impactful scientific communication strategy and multi-channel plans with KPIs and metrics
  • Experience in developing and implementing innovative strategies and deliverables to effectively communicate data and narratives
  • Relevant medical communications and/or publications experience

**Please note this opportunity is a hybrid position and will require being on-site 3 days a week in Boston, MA.**

Job Information

  • Job ID: 63775924
  • Location:
    Boston, Massachusetts, United States
  • Position Title: Director, Global Scientific Communications
  • Company Name For Job: Vertex Pharmaceuticals
  • Job Function: Other
  • Job Type: Full-Time
  • Job Duration: Indefinite
  • Min Education: Ph.D.
  • Min Experience: 7-10 Years
  • Required Travel: 0-10%

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