Medical Director in Titusville, NJ

  • Title: Medical Director
  • Code: RCI-65645
  • RequirementID: 109082
  • Location: Titusville, NJ 08560
  • Posted Date: 05/26/2023
  • Duration: 6 Months
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The Interim Medical Director, Schizophrenia has responsibility for the design and execution of US Medical Affairs Schizophrenia initiatives (i.e., medical education programs, advocacy initiatives, evidence dissemination, and evidence generation).

  • Strong collaboration with internal and external business partners including regulatory, brand marketing, Real World Value & Evidence (RW V&E), epidemiology, clinical investigators, advocacy organizations, and key external experts.
  • Responsibility for pharmacovigilance, medically important results assessments (MIRA) evaluations, promotional review committee assignment, label revisions, speaker and sales representative training, and other similar activities.

Provides clinical and scientific leadership through interaction with internal and external experts, including:

  • Partnership across Medical Affairs, RW V&E, JRD, Brand Marketing, Regulatory Affairs, Global Medical Affairs, New Business Development, Company’s Communications, and Company field based Medical Affairs personnel
  • Participates in promotional copy review and supports medical information services
  • Responsible for development and review of regulatory documents for FDA submission
  • Membership on Safety Management Team
  • Develop and fosters relationships with thought leaders, scientific societies, and patient advocacy groups
  • Education strategy and oversight of implementation of medical education and product training activities targeted towards Health Care Providers (HCPs)
  • Scientific engagement activities such as advisory boards, symposia, and congress activities
  • Medical responsibility for schizophrenia related department sponsored evidence generation related activities, ensuring SOP/compliant handling
  • Provide coaching/mentorship for other Medical Affairs team members


  • A minimum of an MD/DO/PhD/PharmD or equivalent doctorate is required
  • professional experience obtained in clinical practice, industry and/or academia is required
  • experience in the pharmaceutical industry is required
  • Schizophrenia, Psychiatry, or Neuroscience related training &/or experience is required
  • Clinical experience is strongly preferred
  • Indirect team leadership is strongly preferred
  • Demonstrated success leading a clinical/scientific cross functional team is preferred
  • Experience in neuroscience medical affairs is preferred
  • Understanding of US healthcare dynamics is strongly preferred
  • The candidate must have a mindset of prioritization, impact, decisiveness, and a sense of urgency


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