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Since our inception in 1891, Merck has pushed the boundaries of science with the hope and expectation that advancing scientific knowledge will lead to major advances in health. Merck has changed the world repeatedly through our history – from the development of the first vaccines for measles and mumps and the first vaccine for HPV that causes cervical and other cancers, to the development of ground-breaking medicines for heart disease, osteoporosis, diabetes, tuberculosis, HIV and melanoma, just to name a few.

Merck Oklahoma City, OK, USA
Jan 10, 2020
The Virology (HIV) Regional Medical Scientific Director is a credentialed (i.e., MD, PhD, or PharmD) therapeutic and disease area expert who engages in both scientific exchange and research support, when requested, with external scientific leaders and investigators in the medical and scientific community. Virology RMSDs provide Scientific Leaders (SLs) balanced, factual, scientific information about non-product areas of interest to our company and responds to scientific questions from SLs, including questions about our company products and our company data. Virology RMSDs are responsible for facilitating and developing peer-level relationships with scientific leaders in the external medical/scientific community including those investigators who have potential interest in participating in our company research studies. Virology RMSDs provide support for data generation activities including our company sponsored trials and our company Independent Investigator Study Programs as prioritized and requested by our Research & Development Division leadership. Virology RMSDs reports to the Regional RMSD Team Leader within US Medical Affairs, Global Clinical Development, our Research & Development Division. Primary Activities:  · Identify, establish and manage collaborative professional relationships with national, regional and clinical practice scientific leaders (SLs) and investigators to identify and address scientific needs and to ensure access to medical and scientific information on areas of therapeutic interest and our company data or products· Conduct peer-level scientific discussions and maintain a reliable presence to ensure SLs have our Research & Development Division/ Medical Affairs contact within our company· Engage in proactive non-product discussions regarding scientific issues (e.g., disease states, diagnosis, epidemiology, unmet medical need, and population health, etc) that are intended to enhance scientific discussions or inform/guide our Research & Development Division/GMA and HH strategy or our Research & Development Division research programs"· Facilitate appropriate scientific exchange of information with SLs, including integration of scientific knowledge with actionable insights to inform our Research & Development Division and HH strategies"· Communicate external stakeholder opinions, insights and feedback on new data, clinical trends and the evolving vaccine landscape to Medical Affairs HQ teams to enhance scientific understanding and inform internal our Research & Development Division strategies"· Represent our Research & Development Division at scientific meetings and congresses and contribute to our Research & Development Division debriefs, insight discussions and post-congress reports"· Develop and execute territory plans in alignment with global Virology strategy"· Support data generation activities when requested by our Research & Development Division leadership, including the our company Investigator Study Program (MISP), by acting as the primary liaison to investigators interested in developing and performing investigator-initiated research"· When requested by our Research & Development Division leadership, work to identify potential investigators for consideration of participation in phase II-IV clinical development programs and provide scientific support for our Research & Development Division sponsored trials as needed"· Provide in-depth scientific support to Health Systems Teams within USMA"· Demonstrate and maintain in-depth knowledge of the assigned disease and therapeutic area(s) through educational efforts, including attendance at relevant conferences, scientific workshops and review of key journals"· Fully comply with all company policies and applicable laws, regulations, and ethical standards   Minimum Requirements:  • A minimum of 3 years prior experience in the biotech/pharmaceutical or healthcare environment and; • A minimum of 3 years of clinical and/or research experience (beyond that obtained in the terminal degree program) in Virology (or related therapeutic area, e.g. infectious diseases, immunology, preventative medicine)  and demonstrated scientific excellence in either Virology or the related therapeutic area.  • Excellent interpersonal, communication, networking and presentation skills • Ability to travel up to 50% of the time overnights and reside in the coverage region     Skills Required: • Deep therapeutic competency; abreast of trends and new information Virology • Ability to network and partner with important external customers, including scientific leaders, investigators, clinical practice leaders and academic affiliated institutions, including treatment guideline members (as permitted) • The ability to consolidate and understand complex data sets, plan and/or execute data analyses, summarize or synthesize data and objectively interpret results  • Knowledge of national and society treatment guidelines, clinical research processes, FDA regulations, and OIG, HIPAA and other ethical guidelines, laws, and regulations relevant to the pharmaceutical industry and its external stakeholder environment • Must be able to organize, prioritize, and work effectively in a constantly changing environment     Preferred capabilities: • Recognition for scientific excellence in Virology as demonstrated by sustained contributions to Virology via strong clinical, academic and/or translational/basic science research experience in Virology.  Experience in both clinical Virology and owner of independent research and publication in Virology is highly desirable (i.e., experience in late stage clinical research as an investigator or key study personnel conducting outcomes research, company sponsored trials, or investigator-initiated trials). • 5+ years of prior pharmaceutical industry experience (MSL or other clinical, medical or research related position) in Virology • Prior working experience within the coverage region and established relationships with Virology stakeholders • Demonstrable effective leadership skills (by example and through accomplishments), and the ability to step forward to handle challenges within scope of authority • Strong working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite (Word, PowerPoint, Excel)
Merck Wichita, KS, USA
Jan 10, 2020
The Virology (HIV) Regional Medical Scientific Director is a credentialed (i.e., MD, PhD, or PharmD) therapeutic and disease area expert who engages in both scientific exchange and research support, when requested, with external scientific leaders and investigators in the medical and scientific community. Virology RMSDs provide Scientific Leaders (SLs) balanced, factual, scientific information about non-product areas of interest to our company and responds to scientific questions from SLs, including questions about our company products and our company data. Virology RMSDs are responsible for facilitating and developing peer-level relationships with scientific leaders in the external medical/scientific community including those investigators who have potential interest in participating in our company research studies. Virology RMSDs provide support for data generation activities including our company sponsored trials and our company Independent Investigator Study Programs as prioritized and requested by our Research & Development Division leadership. Virology RMSDs reports to the Regional RMSD Team Leader within US Medical Affairs, Global Clinical Development, our Research & Development Division. Primary Activities:  · Identify, establish and manage collaborative professional relationships with national, regional and clinical practice scientific leaders (SLs) and investigators to identify and address scientific needs and to ensure access to medical and scientific information on areas of therapeutic interest and our company data or products· Conduct peer-level scientific discussions and maintain a reliable presence to ensure SLs have our Research & Development Division/ Medical Affairs contact within our company· Engage in proactive non-product discussions regarding scientific issues (e.g., disease states, diagnosis, epidemiology, unmet medical need, and population health, etc) that are intended to enhance scientific discussions or inform/guide our Research & Development Division/GMA and HH strategy or our Research & Development Division research programs"· Facilitate appropriate scientific exchange of information with SLs, including integration of scientific knowledge with actionable insights to inform our Research & Development Division and HH strategies"· Communicate external stakeholder opinions, insights and feedback on new data, clinical trends and the evolving vaccine landscape to Medical Affairs HQ teams to enhance scientific understanding and inform internal our Research & Development Division strategies"· Represent our Research & Development Division at scientific meetings and congresses and contribute to our Research & Development Division debriefs, insight discussions and post-congress reports"· Develop and execute territory plans in alignment with global Virology strategy"· Support data generation activities when requested by our Research & Development Division leadership, including the our company Investigator Study Program (MISP), by acting as the primary liaison to investigators interested in developing and performing investigator-initiated research"· When requested by our Research & Development Division leadership, work to identify potential investigators for consideration of participation in phase II-IV clinical development programs and provide scientific support for our Research & Development Division sponsored trials as needed"· Provide in-depth scientific support to Health Systems Teams within USMA"· Demonstrate and maintain in-depth knowledge of the assigned disease and therapeutic area(s) through educational efforts, including attendance at relevant conferences, scientific workshops and review of key journals"· Fully comply with all company policies and applicable laws, regulations, and ethical standards   Minimum Requirements:  • A minimum of 3 years prior experience in the biotech/pharmaceutical or healthcare environment and; • A minimum of 3 years of clinical and/or research experience (beyond that obtained in the terminal degree program) in Virology (or related therapeutic area, e.g. infectious diseases, immunology, preventative medicine)  and demonstrated scientific excellence in either Virology or the related therapeutic area.  • Excellent interpersonal, communication, networking and presentation skills • Ability to travel up to 50% of the time overnights and reside in the coverage region     Skills Required: • Deep therapeutic competency; abreast of trends and new information Virology • Ability to network and partner with important external customers, including scientific leaders, investigators, clinical practice leaders and academic affiliated institutions, including treatment guideline members (as permitted) • The ability to consolidate and understand complex data sets, plan and/or execute data analyses, summarize or synthesize data and objectively interpret results  • Knowledge of national and society treatment guidelines, clinical research processes, FDA regulations, and OIG, HIPAA and other ethical guidelines, laws, and regulations relevant to the pharmaceutical industry and its external stakeholder environment • Must be able to organize, prioritize, and work effectively in a constantly changing environment     Preferred capabilities: • Recognition for scientific excellence in Virology as demonstrated by sustained contributions to Virology via strong clinical, academic and/or translational/basic science research experience in Virology.  Experience in both clinical Virology and owner of independent research and publication in Virology is highly desirable (i.e., experience in late stage clinical research as an investigator or key study personnel conducting outcomes research, company sponsored trials, or investigator-initiated trials). • 5+ years of prior pharmaceutical industry experience (MSL or other clinical, medical or research related position) in Virology • Prior working experience within the coverage region and established relationships with Virology stakeholders • Demonstrable effective leadership skills (by example and through accomplishments), and the ability to step forward to handle challenges within scope of authority • Strong working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite (Word, PowerPoint, Excel)
Merck Arkansas, USA
Jan 10, 2020
The Virology (HIV) Regional Medical Scientific Director is a credentialed (i.e., MD, PhD, or PharmD) therapeutic and disease area expert who engages in both scientific exchange and research support, when requested, with external scientific leaders and investigators in the medical and scientific community. Virology RMSDs provide Scientific Leaders (SLs) balanced, factual, scientific information about non-product areas of interest to our company and responds to scientific questions from SLs, including questions about our company products and our company data. Virology RMSDs are responsible for facilitating and developing peer-level relationships with scientific leaders in the external medical/scientific community including those investigators who have potential interest in participating in our company research studies. Virology RMSDs provide support for data generation activities including our company sponsored trials and our company Independent Investigator Study Programs as prioritized and requested by our Research & Development Division leadership. Virology RMSDs reports to the Regional RMSD Team Leader within US Medical Affairs, Global Clinical Development, our Research & Development Division. Primary Activities:  · Identify, establish and manage collaborative professional relationships with national, regional and clinical practice scientific leaders (SLs) and investigators to identify and address scientific needs and to ensure access to medical and scientific information on areas of therapeutic interest and our company data or products· Conduct peer-level scientific discussions and maintain a reliable presence to ensure SLs have our Research & Development Division/ Medical Affairs contact within our company· Engage in proactive non-product discussions regarding scientific issues (e.g., disease states, diagnosis, epidemiology, unmet medical need, and population health, etc) that are intended to enhance scientific discussions or inform/guide our Research & Development Division/GMA and HH strategy or our Research & Development Division research programs"· Facilitate appropriate scientific exchange of information with SLs, including integration of scientific knowledge with actionable insights to inform our Research & Development Division and HH strategies"· Communicate external stakeholder opinions, insights and feedback on new data, clinical trends and the evolving vaccine landscape to Medical Affairs HQ teams to enhance scientific understanding and inform internal our Research & Development Division strategies"· Represent our Research & Development Division at scientific meetings and congresses and contribute to our Research & Development Division debriefs, insight discussions and post-congress reports"· Develop and execute territory plans in alignment with global Virology strategy"· Support data generation activities when requested by our Research & Development Division leadership, including the our company Investigator Study Program (MISP), by acting as the primary liaison to investigators interested in developing and performing investigator-initiated research"· When requested by our Research & Development Division leadership, work to identify potential investigators for consideration of participation in phase II-IV clinical development programs and provide scientific support for our Research & Development Division sponsored trials as needed"· Provide in-depth scientific support to Health Systems Teams within USMA"· Demonstrate and maintain in-depth knowledge of the assigned disease and therapeutic area(s) through educational efforts, including attendance at relevant conferences, scientific workshops and review of key journals"· Fully comply with all company policies and applicable laws, regulations, and ethical standards   Minimum Requirements:  • A minimum of 3 years prior experience in the biotech/pharmaceutical or healthcare environment and; • A minimum of 3 years of clinical and/or research experience (beyond that obtained in the terminal degree program) in Virology (or related therapeutic area, e.g. infectious diseases, immunology, preventative medicine)  and demonstrated scientific excellence in either Virology or the related therapeutic area.  • Excellent interpersonal, communication, networking and presentation skills • Ability to travel up to 50% of the time overnights and reside in the coverage region     Skills Required: • Deep therapeutic competency; abreast of trends and new information Virology • Ability to network and partner with important external customers, including scientific leaders, investigators, clinical practice leaders and academic affiliated institutions, including treatment guideline members (as permitted) • The ability to consolidate and understand complex data sets, plan and/or execute data analyses, summarize or synthesize data and objectively interpret results  • Knowledge of national and society treatment guidelines, clinical research processes, FDA regulations, and OIG, HIPAA and other ethical guidelines, laws, and regulations relevant to the pharmaceutical industry and its external stakeholder environment • Must be able to organize, prioritize, and work effectively in a constantly changing environment     Preferred capabilities: • Recognition for scientific excellence in Virology as demonstrated by sustained contributions to Virology via strong clinical, academic and/or translational/basic science research experience in Virology.  Experience in both clinical Virology and owner of independent research and publication in Virology is highly desirable (i.e., experience in late stage clinical research as an investigator or key study personnel conducting outcomes research, company sponsored trials, or investigator-initiated trials). • 5+ years of prior pharmaceutical industry experience (MSL or other clinical, medical or research related position) in Virology • Prior working experience within the coverage region and established relationships with Virology stakeholders • Demonstrable effective leadership skills (by example and through accomplishments), and the ability to step forward to handle challenges within scope of authority • Strong working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite (Word, PowerPoint, Excel)
Merck Kansas City, MO, USA
Jan 10, 2020
The Virology (HIV) Regional Medical Scientific Director is a credentialed (i.e., MD, PhD, or PharmD) therapeutic and disease area expert who engages in both scientific exchange and research support, when requested, with external scientific leaders and investigators in the medical and scientific community. Virology RMSDs provide Scientific Leaders (SLs) balanced, factual, scientific information about non-product areas of interest to our company and responds to scientific questions from SLs, including questions about our company products and our company data. Virology RMSDs are responsible for facilitating and developing peer-level relationships with scientific leaders in the external medical/scientific community including those investigators who have potential interest in participating in our company research studies. Virology RMSDs provide support for data generation activities including our company sponsored trials and our company Independent Investigator Study Programs as prioritized and requested by our Research & Development Division leadership. Virology RMSDs reports to the Regional RMSD Team Leader within US Medical Affairs, Global Clinical Development, our Research & Development Division. Primary Activities:  · Identify, establish and manage collaborative professional relationships with national, regional and clinical practice scientific leaders (SLs) and investigators to identify and address scientific needs and to ensure access to medical and scientific information on areas of therapeutic interest and our company data or products· Conduct peer-level scientific discussions and maintain a reliable presence to ensure SLs have our Research & Development Division/ Medical Affairs contact within our company· Engage in proactive non-product discussions regarding scientific issues (e.g., disease states, diagnosis, epidemiology, unmet medical need, and population health, etc) that are intended to enhance scientific discussions or inform/guide our Research & Development Division/GMA and HH strategy or our Research & Development Division research programs"· Facilitate appropriate scientific exchange of information with SLs, including integration of scientific knowledge with actionable insights to inform our Research & Development Division and HH strategies"· Communicate external stakeholder opinions, insights and feedback on new data, clinical trends and the evolving vaccine landscape to Medical Affairs HQ teams to enhance scientific understanding and inform internal our Research & Development Division strategies"· Represent our Research & Development Division at scientific meetings and congresses and contribute to our Research & Development Division debriefs, insight discussions and post-congress reports"· Develop and execute territory plans in alignment with global Virology strategy"· Support data generation activities when requested by our Research & Development Division leadership, including the our company Investigator Study Program (MISP), by acting as the primary liaison to investigators interested in developing and performing investigator-initiated research"· When requested by our Research & Development Division leadership, work to identify potential investigators for consideration of participation in phase II-IV clinical development programs and provide scientific support for our Research & Development Division sponsored trials as needed"· Provide in-depth scientific support to Health Systems Teams within USMA"· Demonstrate and maintain in-depth knowledge of the assigned disease and therapeutic area(s) through educational efforts, including attendance at relevant conferences, scientific workshops and review of key journals"· Fully comply with all company policies and applicable laws, regulations, and ethical standards   Minimum Requirements:  • A minimum of 3 years prior experience in the biotech/pharmaceutical or healthcare environment and; • A minimum of 3 years of clinical and/or research experience (beyond that obtained in the terminal degree program) in Virology (or related therapeutic area, e.g. infectious diseases, immunology, preventative medicine)  and demonstrated scientific excellence in either Virology or the related therapeutic area.  • Excellent interpersonal, communication, networking and presentation skills • Ability to travel up to 50% of the time overnights and reside in the coverage region     Skills Required: • Deep therapeutic competency; abreast of trends and new information Virology • Ability to network and partner with important external customers, including scientific leaders, investigators, clinical practice leaders and academic affiliated institutions, including treatment guideline members (as permitted) • The ability to consolidate and understand complex data sets, plan and/or execute data analyses, summarize or synthesize data and objectively interpret results  • Knowledge of national and society treatment guidelines, clinical research processes, FDA regulations, and OIG, HIPAA and other ethical guidelines, laws, and regulations relevant to the pharmaceutical industry and its external stakeholder environment • Must be able to organize, prioritize, and work effectively in a constantly changing environment     Preferred capabilities: • Recognition for scientific excellence in Virology as demonstrated by sustained contributions to Virology via strong clinical, academic and/or translational/basic science research experience in Virology.  Experience in both clinical Virology and owner of independent research and publication in Virology is highly desirable (i.e., experience in late stage clinical research as an investigator or key study personnel conducting outcomes research, company sponsored trials, or investigator-initiated trials). • 5+ years of prior pharmaceutical industry experience (MSL or other clinical, medical or research related position) in Virology • Prior working experience within the coverage region and established relationships with Virology stakeholders • Demonstrable effective leadership skills (by example and through accomplishments), and the ability to step forward to handle challenges within scope of authority • Strong working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite (Word, PowerPoint, Excel)
Merck Oklahoma City, OK, USA
Jan 10, 2020
The Virology (HIV) Regional Medical Scientific Director is a credentialed (i.e., MD, PhD, or PharmD) therapeutic and disease area expert who engages in both scientific exchange and research support, when requested, with external scientific leaders and investigators in the medical and scientific community. Virology RMSDs provide Scientific Leaders (SLs) balanced, factual, scientific information about non-product areas of interest to our company and responds to scientific questions from SLs, including questions about our company products and our company data. Virology RMSDs are responsible for facilitating and developing peer-level relationships with scientific leaders in the external medical/scientific community including those investigators who have potential interest in participating in our company research studies. Virology RMSDs provide support for data generation activities including our company sponsored trials and our company Independent Investigator Study Programs as prioritized and requested by our Research & Development Division leadership. Virology RMSDs reports to the Regional RMSD Team Leader within US Medical Affairs, Global Clinical Development, our Research & Development Division. Primary Activities:  · Identify, establish and manage collaborative professional relationships with national, regional and clinical practice scientific leaders (SLs) and investigators to identify and address scientific needs and to ensure access to medical and scientific information on areas of therapeutic interest and our company data or products· Conduct peer-level scientific discussions and maintain a reliable presence to ensure SLs have our Research & Development Division/ Medical Affairs contact within our company· Engage in proactive non-product discussions regarding scientific issues (e.g., disease states, diagnosis, epidemiology, unmet medical need, and population health, etc) that are intended to enhance scientific discussions or inform/guide our Research & Development Division/GMA and HH strategy or our Research & Development Division research programs"· Facilitate appropriate scientific exchange of information with SLs, including integration of scientific knowledge with actionable insights to inform our Research & Development Division and HH strategies"· Communicate external stakeholder opinions, insights and feedback on new data, clinical trends and the evolving vaccine landscape to Medical Affairs HQ teams to enhance scientific understanding and inform internal our Research & Development Division strategies"· Represent our Research & Development Division at scientific meetings and congresses and contribute to our Research & Development Division debriefs, insight discussions and post-congress reports"· Develop and execute territory plans in alignment with global Virology strategy"· Support data generation activities when requested by our Research & Development Division leadership, including the our company Investigator Study Program (MISP), by acting as the primary liaison to investigators interested in developing and performing investigator-initiated research"· When requested by our Research & Development Division leadership, work to identify potential investigators for consideration of participation in phase II-IV clinical development programs and provide scientific support for our Research & Development Division sponsored trials as needed"· Provide in-depth scientific support to Health Systems Teams within USMA"· Demonstrate and maintain in-depth knowledge of the assigned disease and therapeutic area(s) through educational efforts, including attendance at relevant conferences, scientific workshops and review of key journals"· Fully comply with all company policies and applicable laws, regulations, and ethical standards   Minimum Requirements:  • A minimum of 3 years prior experience in the biotech/pharmaceutical or healthcare environment and; • A minimum of 3 years of clinical and/or research experience (beyond that obtained in the terminal degree program) in Virology (or related therapeutic area, e.g. infectious diseases, immunology, preventative medicine)  and demonstrated scientific excellence in either Virology or the related therapeutic area.  • Excellent interpersonal, communication, networking and presentation skills • Ability to travel up to 50% of the time overnights and reside in the coverage region     Skills Required: • Deep therapeutic competency; abreast of trends and new information Virology • Ability to network and partner with important external customers, including scientific leaders, investigators, clinical practice leaders and academic affiliated institutions, including treatment guideline members (as permitted) • The ability to consolidate and understand complex data sets, plan and/or execute data analyses, summarize or synthesize data and objectively interpret results  • Knowledge of national and society treatment guidelines, clinical research processes, FDA regulations, and OIG, HIPAA and other ethical guidelines, laws, and regulations relevant to the pharmaceutical industry and its external stakeholder environment • Must be able to organize, prioritize, and work effectively in a constantly changing environment     Preferred capabilities: • Recognition for scientific excellence in Virology as demonstrated by sustained contributions to Virology via strong clinical, academic and/or translational/basic science research experience in Virology.  Experience in both clinical Virology and owner of independent research and publication in Virology is highly desirable (i.e., experience in late stage clinical research as an investigator or key study personnel conducting outcomes research, company sponsored trials, or investigator-initiated trials). • 5+ years of prior pharmaceutical industry experience (MSL or other clinical, medical or research related position) in Virology • Prior working experience within the coverage region and established relationships with Virology stakeholders • Demonstrable effective leadership skills (by example and through accomplishments), and the ability to step forward to handle challenges within scope of authority • Strong working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite (Word, PowerPoint, Excel)
Merck Ann Arbor, MI, USA
Jan 10, 2020
The Virology (HIV) Regional Medical Scientific Director is a credentialed (i.e., MD, PhD, or PharmD) therapeutic and disease area expert who engages in both scientific exchange and research support, when requested, with external scientific leaders and investigators in the medical and scientific community. Virology RMSDs provide Scientific Leaders (SLs) balanced, factual, scientific information about non-product areas of interest to our company and responds to scientific questions from SLs, including questions about our company products and our company data. Virology RMSDs are responsible for facilitating and developing peer-level relationships with scientific leaders in the external medical/scientific community including those investigators who have potential interest in participating in our company research studies. Virology RMSDs provide support for data generation activities including our company sponsored trials and our company Independent Investigator Study Programs as prioritized and requested by our Research & Development Division leadership. Virology RMSDs reports to the Regional RMSD Team Leader within US Medical Affairs, Global Clinical Development, our Research & Development Division. Primary Activities:  · Identify, establish and manage collaborative professional relationships with national, regional and clinical practice scientific leaders (SLs) and investigators to identify and address scientific needs and to ensure access to medical and scientific information on areas of therapeutic interest and our company data or products· Conduct peer-level scientific discussions and maintain a reliable presence to ensure SLs have our Research & Development Division/ Medical Affairs contact within our company· Engage in proactive non-product discussions regarding scientific issues (e.g., disease states, diagnosis, epidemiology, unmet medical need, and population health, etc) that are intended to enhance scientific discussions or inform/guide our Research & Development Division/GMA and HH strategy or our Research & Development Division research programs"· Facilitate appropriate scientific exchange of information with SLs, including integration of scientific knowledge with actionable insights to inform our Research & Development Division and HH strategies"· Communicate external stakeholder opinions, insights and feedback on new data, clinical trends and the evolving vaccine landscape to Medical Affairs HQ teams to enhance scientific understanding and inform internal our Research & Development Division strategies"· Represent our Research & Development Division at scientific meetings and congresses and contribute to our Research & Development Division debriefs, insight discussions and post-congress reports"· Develop and execute territory plans in alignment with global Virology strategy"· Support data generation activities when requested by our Research & Development Division leadership, including the our company Investigator Study Program (MISP), by acting as the primary liaison to investigators interested in developing and performing investigator-initiated research"· When requested by our Research & Development Division leadership, work to identify potential investigators for consideration of participation in phase II-IV clinical development programs and provide scientific support for our Research & Development Division sponsored trials as needed"· Provide in-depth scientific support to Health Systems Teams within USMA"· Demonstrate and maintain in-depth knowledge of the assigned disease and therapeutic area(s) through educational efforts, including attendance at relevant conferences, scientific workshops and review of key journals"· Fully comply with all company policies and applicable laws, regulations, and ethical standards   Minimum Requirements:  • A minimum of 3 years prior experience in the biotech/pharmaceutical or healthcare environment and; • A minimum of 3 years of clinical and/or research experience (beyond that obtained in the terminal degree program) in Virology (or related therapeutic area, e.g. infectious diseases, immunology, preventative medicine)  and demonstrated scientific excellence in either Virology or the related therapeutic area.  • Excellent interpersonal, communication, networking and presentation skills • Ability to travel up to 50% of the time overnights and reside in the coverage region     Skills Required: • Deep therapeutic competency; abreast of trends and new information Virology • Ability to network and partner with important external customers, including scientific leaders, investigators, clinical practice leaders and academic affiliated institutions, including treatment guideline members (as permitted) • The ability to consolidate and understand complex data sets, plan and/or execute data analyses, summarize or synthesize data and objectively interpret results  • Knowledge of national and society treatment guidelines, clinical research processes, FDA regulations, and OIG, HIPAA and other ethical guidelines, laws, and regulations relevant to the pharmaceutical industry and its external stakeholder environment • Must be able to organize, prioritize, and work effectively in a constantly changing environment     Preferred capabilities: • Recognition for scientific excellence in Virology as demonstrated by sustained contributions to Virology via strong clinical, academic and/or translational/basic science research experience in Virology.  Experience in both clinical Virology and owner of independent research and publication in Virology is highly desirable (i.e., experience in late stage clinical research as an investigator or key study personnel conducting outcomes research, company sponsored trials, or investigator-initiated trials). • 5+ years of prior pharmaceutical industry experience (MSL or other clinical, medical or research related position) in Virology • Prior working experience within the coverage region and established relationships with Virology stakeholders • Demonstrable effective leadership skills (by example and through accomplishments), and the ability to step forward to handle challenges within scope of authority • Strong working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite (Word, PowerPoint, Excel)
Merck Cincinnati, OH, USA
Jan 10, 2020
The Virology (HIV) Regional Medical Scientific Director is a credentialed (i.e., MD, PhD, or PharmD) therapeutic and disease area expert who engages in both scientific exchange and research support, when requested, with external scientific leaders and investigators in the medical and scientific community. Virology RMSDs provide Scientific Leaders (SLs) balanced, factual, scientific information about non-product areas of interest to our company and responds to scientific questions from SLs, including questions about our company products and our company data. Virology RMSDs are responsible for facilitating and developing peer-level relationships with scientific leaders in the external medical/scientific community including those investigators who have potential interest in participating in our company research studies. Virology RMSDs provide support for data generation activities including our company sponsored trials and our company Independent Investigator Study Programs as prioritized and requested by our Research & Development Division leadership. Virology RMSDs reports to the Regional RMSD Team Leader within US Medical Affairs, Global Clinical Development, our Research & Development Division. Primary Activities:  · Identify, establish and manage collaborative professional relationships with national, regional and clinical practice scientific leaders (SLs) and investigators to identify and address scientific needs and to ensure access to medical and scientific information on areas of therapeutic interest and our company data or products· Conduct peer-level scientific discussions and maintain a reliable presence to ensure SLs have our Research & Development Division/ Medical Affairs contact within our company· Engage in proactive non-product discussions regarding scientific issues (e.g., disease states, diagnosis, epidemiology, unmet medical need, and population health, etc) that are intended to enhance scientific discussions or inform/guide our Research & Development Division/GMA and HH strategy or our Research & Development Division research programs"· Facilitate appropriate scientific exchange of information with SLs, including integration of scientific knowledge with actionable insights to inform our Research & Development Division and HH strategies"· Communicate external stakeholder opinions, insights and feedback on new data, clinical trends and the evolving vaccine landscape to Medical Affairs HQ teams to enhance scientific understanding and inform internal our Research & Development Division strategies"· Represent our Research & Development Division at scientific meetings and congresses and contribute to our Research & Development Division debriefs, insight discussions and post-congress reports"· Develop and execute territory plans in alignment with global Virology strategy"· Support data generation activities when requested by our Research & Development Division leadership, including the our company Investigator Study Program (MISP), by acting as the primary liaison to investigators interested in developing and performing investigator-initiated research"· When requested by our Research & Development Division leadership, work to identify potential investigators for consideration of participation in phase II-IV clinical development programs and provide scientific support for our Research & Development Division sponsored trials as needed"· Provide in-depth scientific support to Health Systems Teams within USMA"· Demonstrate and maintain in-depth knowledge of the assigned disease and therapeutic area(s) through educational efforts, including attendance at relevant conferences, scientific workshops and review of key journals"· Fully comply with all company policies and applicable laws, regulations, and ethical standards   Minimum Requirements:  • A minimum of 3 years prior experience in the biotech/pharmaceutical or healthcare environment and; • A minimum of 3 years of clinical and/or research experience (beyond that obtained in the terminal degree program) in Virology (or related therapeutic area, e.g. infectious diseases, immunology, preventative medicine)  and demonstrated scientific excellence in either Virology or the related therapeutic area.  • Excellent interpersonal, communication, networking and presentation skills • Ability to travel up to 50% of the time overnights and reside in the coverage region     Skills Required: • Deep therapeutic competency; abreast of trends and new information Virology • Ability to network and partner with important external customers, including scientific leaders, investigators, clinical practice leaders and academic affiliated institutions, including treatment guideline members (as permitted) • The ability to consolidate and understand complex data sets, plan and/or execute data analyses, summarize or synthesize data and objectively interpret results  • Knowledge of national and society treatment guidelines, clinical research processes, FDA regulations, and OIG, HIPAA and other ethical guidelines, laws, and regulations relevant to the pharmaceutical industry and its external stakeholder environment • Must be able to organize, prioritize, and work effectively in a constantly changing environment     Preferred capabilities: • Recognition for scientific excellence in Virology as demonstrated by sustained contributions to Virology via strong clinical, academic and/or translational/basic science research experience in Virology.  Experience in both clinical Virology and owner of independent research and publication in Virology is highly desirable (i.e., experience in late stage clinical research as an investigator or key study personnel conducting outcomes research, company sponsored trials, or investigator-initiated trials). • 5+ years of prior pharmaceutical industry experience (MSL or other clinical, medical or research related position) in Virology • Prior working experience within the coverage region and established relationships with Virology stakeholders • Demonstrable effective leadership skills (by example and through accomplishments), and the ability to step forward to handle challenges within scope of authority • Strong working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite (Word, PowerPoint, Excel)
Merck Detroit, MI, USA
Jan 10, 2020
The Virology (HIV) Regional Medical Scientific Director is a credentialed (i.e., MD, PhD, or PharmD) therapeutic and disease area expert who engages in both scientific exchange and research support, when requested, with external scientific leaders and investigators in the medical and scientific community. Virology RMSDs provide Scientific Leaders (SLs) balanced, factual, scientific information about non-product areas of interest to our company and responds to scientific questions from SLs, including questions about our company products and our company data. Virology RMSDs are responsible for facilitating and developing peer-level relationships with scientific leaders in the external medical/scientific community including those investigators who have potential interest in participating in our company research studies. Virology RMSDs provide support for data generation activities including our company sponsored trials and our company Independent Investigator Study Programs as prioritized and requested by our Research & Development Division leadership. Virology RMSDs reports to the Regional RMSD Team Leader within US Medical Affairs, Global Clinical Development, our Research & Development Division. Primary Activities:  · Identify, establish and manage collaborative professional relationships with national, regional and clinical practice scientific leaders (SLs) and investigators to identify and address scientific needs and to ensure access to medical and scientific information on areas of therapeutic interest and our company data or products· Conduct peer-level scientific discussions and maintain a reliable presence to ensure SLs have our Research & Development Division/ Medical Affairs contact within our company· Engage in proactive non-product discussions regarding scientific issues (e.g., disease states, diagnosis, epidemiology, unmet medical need, and population health, etc) that are intended to enhance scientific discussions or inform/guide our Research & Development Division/GMA and HH strategy or our Research & Development Division research programs"· Facilitate appropriate scientific exchange of information with SLs, including integration of scientific knowledge with actionable insights to inform our Research & Development Division and HH strategies"· Communicate external stakeholder opinions, insights and feedback on new data, clinical trends and the evolving vaccine landscape to Medical Affairs HQ teams to enhance scientific understanding and inform internal our Research & Development Division strategies"· Represent our Research & Development Division at scientific meetings and congresses and contribute to our Research & Development Division debriefs, insight discussions and post-congress reports"· Develop and execute territory plans in alignment with global Virology strategy"· Support data generation activities when requested by our Research & Development Division leadership, including the our company Investigator Study Program (MISP), by acting as the primary liaison to investigators interested in developing and performing investigator-initiated research"· When requested by our Research & Development Division leadership, work to identify potential investigators for consideration of participation in phase II-IV clinical development programs and provide scientific support for our Research & Development Division sponsored trials as needed"· Provide in-depth scientific support to Health Systems Teams within USMA"· Demonstrate and maintain in-depth knowledge of the assigned disease and therapeutic area(s) through educational efforts, including attendance at relevant conferences, scientific workshops and review of key journals"· Fully comply with all company policies and applicable laws, regulations, and ethical standards   Minimum Requirements:  • A minimum of 3 years prior experience in the biotech/pharmaceutical or healthcare environment and; • A minimum of 3 years of clinical and/or research experience (beyond that obtained in the terminal degree program) in Virology (or related therapeutic area, e.g. infectious diseases, immunology, preventative medicine)  and demonstrated scientific excellence in either Virology or the related therapeutic area.  • Excellent interpersonal, communication, networking and presentation skills • Ability to travel up to 50% of the time overnights and reside in the coverage region     Skills Required: • Deep therapeutic competency; abreast of trends and new information Virology • Ability to network and partner with important external customers, including scientific leaders, investigators, clinical practice leaders and academic affiliated institutions, including treatment guideline members (as permitted) • The ability to consolidate and understand complex data sets, plan and/or execute data analyses, summarize or synthesize data and objectively interpret results  • Knowledge of national and society treatment guidelines, clinical research processes, FDA regulations, and OIG, HIPAA and other ethical guidelines, laws, and regulations relevant to the pharmaceutical industry and its external stakeholder environment • Must be able to organize, prioritize, and work effectively in a constantly changing environment     Preferred capabilities: • Recognition for scientific excellence in Virology as demonstrated by sustained contributions to Virology via strong clinical, academic and/or translational/basic science research experience in Virology.  Experience in both clinical Virology and owner of independent research and publication in Virology is highly desirable (i.e., experience in late stage clinical research as an investigator or key study personnel conducting outcomes research, company sponsored trials, or investigator-initiated trials). • 5+ years of prior pharmaceutical industry experience (MSL or other clinical, medical or research related position) in Virology • Prior working experience within the coverage region and established relationships with Virology stakeholders • Demonstrable effective leadership skills (by example and through accomplishments), and the ability to step forward to handle challenges within scope of authority • Strong working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite (Word, PowerPoint, Excel)
Merck Grand Rapids, MI, USA
Jan 10, 2020
The Virology (HIV) Regional Medical Scientific Director is a credentialed (i.e., MD, PhD, or PharmD) therapeutic and disease area expert who engages in both scientific exchange and research support, when requested, with external scientific leaders and investigators in the medical and scientific community. Virology RMSDs provide Scientific Leaders (SLs) balanced, factual, scientific information about non-product areas of interest to our company and responds to scientific questions from SLs, including questions about our company products and our company data. Virology RMSDs are responsible for facilitating and developing peer-level relationships with scientific leaders in the external medical/scientific community including those investigators who have potential interest in participating in our company research studies. Virology RMSDs provide support for data generation activities including our company sponsored trials and our company Independent Investigator Study Programs as prioritized and requested by our Research & Development Division leadership. Virology RMSDs reports to the Regional RMSD Team Leader within US Medical Affairs, Global Clinical Development, our Research & Development Division. Primary Activities:  · Identify, establish and manage collaborative professional relationships with national, regional and clinical practice scientific leaders (SLs) and investigators to identify and address scientific needs and to ensure access to medical and scientific information on areas of therapeutic interest and our company data or products· Conduct peer-level scientific discussions and maintain a reliable presence to ensure SLs have our Research & Development Division/ Medical Affairs contact within our company· Engage in proactive non-product discussions regarding scientific issues (e.g., disease states, diagnosis, epidemiology, unmet medical need, and population health, etc) that are intended to enhance scientific discussions or inform/guide our Research & Development Division/GMA and HH strategy or our Research & Development Division research programs"· Facilitate appropriate scientific exchange of information with SLs, including integration of scientific knowledge with actionable insights to inform our Research & Development Division and HH strategies"· Communicate external stakeholder opinions, insights and feedback on new data, clinical trends and the evolving vaccine landscape to Medical Affairs HQ teams to enhance scientific understanding and inform internal our Research & Development Division strategies"· Represent our Research & Development Division at scientific meetings and congresses and contribute to our Research & Development Division debriefs, insight discussions and post-congress reports"· Develop and execute territory plans in alignment with global Virology strategy"· Support data generation activities when requested by our Research & Development Division leadership, including the our company Investigator Study Program (MISP), by acting as the primary liaison to investigators interested in developing and performing investigator-initiated research"· When requested by our Research & Development Division leadership, work to identify potential investigators for consideration of participation in phase II-IV clinical development programs and provide scientific support for our Research & Development Division sponsored trials as needed"· Provide in-depth scientific support to Health Systems Teams within USMA"· Demonstrate and maintain in-depth knowledge of the assigned disease and therapeutic area(s) through educational efforts, including attendance at relevant conferences, scientific workshops and review of key journals"· Fully comply with all company policies and applicable laws, regulations, and ethical standards   Minimum Requirements:  • A minimum of 3 years prior experience in the biotech/pharmaceutical or healthcare environment and; • A minimum of 3 years of clinical and/or research experience (beyond that obtained in the terminal degree program) in Virology (or related therapeutic area, e.g. infectious diseases, immunology, preventative medicine)  and demonstrated scientific excellence in either Virology or the related therapeutic area.  • Excellent interpersonal, communication, networking and presentation skills • Ability to travel up to 50% of the time overnights and reside in the coverage region     Skills Required: • Deep therapeutic competency; abreast of trends and new information Virology • Ability to network and partner with important external customers, including scientific leaders, investigators, clinical practice leaders and academic affiliated institutions, including treatment guideline members (as permitted) • The ability to consolidate and understand complex data sets, plan and/or execute data analyses, summarize or synthesize data and objectively interpret results  • Knowledge of national and society treatment guidelines, clinical research processes, FDA regulations, and OIG, HIPAA and other ethical guidelines, laws, and regulations relevant to the pharmaceutical industry and its external stakeholder environment • Must be able to organize, prioritize, and work effectively in a constantly changing environment     Preferred capabilities: • Recognition for scientific excellence in Virology as demonstrated by sustained contributions to Virology via strong clinical, academic and/or translational/basic science research experience in Virology.  Experience in both clinical Virology and owner of independent research and publication in Virology is highly desirable (i.e., experience in late stage clinical research as an investigator or key study personnel conducting outcomes research, company sponsored trials, or investigator-initiated trials). • 5+ years of prior pharmaceutical industry experience (MSL or other clinical, medical or research related position) in Virology • Prior working experience within the coverage region and established relationships with Virology stakeholders • Demonstrable effective leadership skills (by example and through accomplishments), and the ability to step forward to handle challenges within scope of authority • Strong working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite (Word, PowerPoint, Excel)
Merck Livonia, MI, USA
Jan 10, 2020
The Virology (HIV) Regional Medical Scientific Director is a credentialed (i.e., MD, PhD, or PharmD) therapeutic and disease area expert who engages in both scientific exchange and research support, when requested, with external scientific leaders and investigators in the medical and scientific community. Virology RMSDs provide Scientific Leaders (SLs) balanced, factual, scientific information about non-product areas of interest to our company and responds to scientific questions from SLs, including questions about our company products and our company data. Virology RMSDs are responsible for facilitating and developing peer-level relationships with scientific leaders in the external medical/scientific community including those investigators who have potential interest in participating in our company research studies. Virology RMSDs provide support for data generation activities including our company sponsored trials and our company Independent Investigator Study Programs as prioritized and requested by our Research & Development Division leadership. Virology RMSDs reports to the Regional RMSD Team Leader within US Medical Affairs, Global Clinical Development, our Research & Development Division. Primary Activities:  · Identify, establish and manage collaborative professional relationships with national, regional and clinical practice scientific leaders (SLs) and investigators to identify and address scientific needs and to ensure access to medical and scientific information on areas of therapeutic interest and our company data or products· Conduct peer-level scientific discussions and maintain a reliable presence to ensure SLs have our Research & Development Division/ Medical Affairs contact within our company· Engage in proactive non-product discussions regarding scientific issues (e.g., disease states, diagnosis, epidemiology, unmet medical need, and population health, etc) that are intended to enhance scientific discussions or inform/guide our Research & Development Division/GMA and HH strategy or our Research & Development Division research programs"· Facilitate appropriate scientific exchange of information with SLs, including integration of scientific knowledge with actionable insights to inform our Research & Development Division and HH strategies"· Communicate external stakeholder opinions, insights and feedback on new data, clinical trends and the evolving vaccine landscape to Medical Affairs HQ teams to enhance scientific understanding and inform internal our Research & Development Division strategies"· Represent our Research & Development Division at scientific meetings and congresses and contribute to our Research & Development Division debriefs, insight discussions and post-congress reports"· Develop and execute territory plans in alignment with global Virology strategy"· Support data generation activities when requested by our Research & Development Division leadership, including the our company Investigator Study Program (MISP), by acting as the primary liaison to investigators interested in developing and performing investigator-initiated research"· When requested by our Research & Development Division leadership, work to identify potential investigators for consideration of participation in phase II-IV clinical development programs and provide scientific support for our Research & Development Division sponsored trials as needed"· Provide in-depth scientific support to Health Systems Teams within USMA"· Demonstrate and maintain in-depth knowledge of the assigned disease and therapeutic area(s) through educational efforts, including attendance at relevant conferences, scientific workshops and review of key journals"· Fully comply with all company policies and applicable laws, regulations, and ethical standards   Minimum Requirements:  • A minimum of 3 years prior experience in the biotech/pharmaceutical or healthcare environment and; • A minimum of 3 years of clinical and/or research experience (beyond that obtained in the terminal degree program) in Virology (or related therapeutic area, e.g. infectious diseases, immunology, preventative medicine)  and demonstrated scientific excellence in either Virology or the related therapeutic area.  • Excellent interpersonal, communication, networking and presentation skills • Ability to travel up to 50% of the time overnights and reside in the coverage region     Skills Required: • Deep therapeutic competency; abreast of trends and new information Virology • Ability to network and partner with important external customers, including scientific leaders, investigators, clinical practice leaders and academic affiliated institutions, including treatment guideline members (as permitted) • The ability to consolidate and understand complex data sets, plan and/or execute data analyses, summarize or synthesize data and objectively interpret results  • Knowledge of national and society treatment guidelines, clinical research processes, FDA regulations, and OIG, HIPAA and other ethical guidelines, laws, and regulations relevant to the pharmaceutical industry and its external stakeholder environment • Must be able to organize, prioritize, and work effectively in a constantly changing environment     Preferred capabilities: • Recognition for scientific excellence in Virology as demonstrated by sustained contributions to Virology via strong clinical, academic and/or translational/basic science research experience in Virology.  Experience in both clinical Virology and owner of independent research and publication in Virology is highly desirable (i.e., experience in late stage clinical research as an investigator or key study personnel conducting outcomes research, company sponsored trials, or investigator-initiated trials). • 5+ years of prior pharmaceutical industry experience (MSL or other clinical, medical or research related position) in Virology • Prior working experience within the coverage region and established relationships with Virology stakeholders • Demonstrable effective leadership skills (by example and through accomplishments), and the ability to step forward to handle challenges within scope of authority • Strong working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite (Word, PowerPoint, Excel)
Merck Pittsburgh, PA, USA
Jan 10, 2020
The Virology (HIV) Regional Medical Scientific Director is a credentialed (i.e., MD, PhD, or PharmD) therapeutic and disease area expert who engages in both scientific exchange and research support, when requested, with external scientific leaders and investigators in the medical and scientific community. Virology RMSDs provide Scientific Leaders (SLs) balanced, factual, scientific information about non-product areas of interest to our company and responds to scientific questions from SLs, including questions about our company products and our company data. Virology RMSDs are responsible for facilitating and developing peer-level relationships with scientific leaders in the external medical/scientific community including those investigators who have potential interest in participating in our company research studies. Virology RMSDs provide support for data generation activities including our company sponsored trials and our company Independent Investigator Study Programs as prioritized and requested by our Research & Development Division leadership. Virology RMSDs reports to the Regional RMSD Team Leader within US Medical Affairs, Global Clinical Development, our Research & Development Division. Primary Activities:  · Identify, establish and manage collaborative professional relationships with national, regional and clinical practice scientific leaders (SLs) and investigators to identify and address scientific needs and to ensure access to medical and scientific information on areas of therapeutic interest and our company data or products· Conduct peer-level scientific discussions and maintain a reliable presence to ensure SLs have our Research & Development Division/ Medical Affairs contact within our company· Engage in proactive non-product discussions regarding scientific issues (e.g., disease states, diagnosis, epidemiology, unmet medical need, and population health, etc) that are intended to enhance scientific discussions or inform/guide our Research & Development Division/GMA and HH strategy or our Research & Development Division research programs"· Facilitate appropriate scientific exchange of information with SLs, including integration of scientific knowledge with actionable insights to inform our Research & Development Division and HH strategies"· Communicate external stakeholder opinions, insights and feedback on new data, clinical trends and the evolving vaccine landscape to Medical Affairs HQ teams to enhance scientific understanding and inform internal our Research & Development Division strategies"· Represent our Research & Development Division at scientific meetings and congresses and contribute to our Research & Development Division debriefs, insight discussions and post-congress reports"· Develop and execute territory plans in alignment with global Virology strategy"· Support data generation activities when requested by our Research & Development Division leadership, including the our company Investigator Study Program (MISP), by acting as the primary liaison to investigators interested in developing and performing investigator-initiated research"· When requested by our Research & Development Division leadership, work to identify potential investigators for consideration of participation in phase II-IV clinical development programs and provide scientific support for our Research & Development Division sponsored trials as needed"· Provide in-depth scientific support to Health Systems Teams within USMA"· Demonstrate and maintain in-depth knowledge of the assigned disease and therapeutic area(s) through educational efforts, including attendance at relevant conferences, scientific workshops and review of key journals"· Fully comply with all company policies and applicable laws, regulations, and ethical standards   Minimum Requirements:  • A minimum of 3 years prior experience in the biotech/pharmaceutical or healthcare environment and; • A minimum of 3 years of clinical and/or research experience (beyond that obtained in the terminal degree program) in Virology (or related therapeutic area, e.g. infectious diseases, immunology, preventative medicine)  and demonstrated scientific excellence in either Virology or the related therapeutic area.  • Excellent interpersonal, communication, networking and presentation skills • Ability to travel up to 50% of the time overnights and reside in the coverage region     Skills Required: • Deep therapeutic competency; abreast of trends and new information Virology • Ability to network and partner with important external customers, including scientific leaders, investigators, clinical practice leaders and academic affiliated institutions, including treatment guideline members (as permitted) • The ability to consolidate and understand complex data sets, plan and/or execute data analyses, summarize or synthesize data and objectively interpret results  • Knowledge of national and society treatment guidelines, clinical research processes, FDA regulations, and OIG, HIPAA and other ethical guidelines, laws, and regulations relevant to the pharmaceutical industry and its external stakeholder environment • Must be able to organize, prioritize, and work effectively in a constantly changing environment     Preferred capabilities: • Recognition for scientific excellence in Virology as demonstrated by sustained contributions to Virology via strong clinical, academic and/or translational/basic science research experience in Virology.  Experience in both clinical Virology and owner of independent research and publication in Virology is highly desirable (i.e., experience in late stage clinical research as an investigator or key study personnel conducting outcomes research, company sponsored trials, or investigator-initiated trials). • 5+ years of prior pharmaceutical industry experience (MSL or other clinical, medical or research related position) in Virology • Prior working experience within the coverage region and established relationships with Virology stakeholders • Demonstrable effective leadership skills (by example and through accomplishments), and the ability to step forward to handle challenges within scope of authority • Strong working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite (Word, PowerPoint, Excel)
Merck Warren, MI, USA
Jan 10, 2020
The Virology (HIV) Regional Medical Scientific Director is a credentialed (i.e., MD, PhD, or PharmD) therapeutic and disease area expert who engages in both scientific exchange and research support, when requested, with external scientific leaders and investigators in the medical and scientific community. Virology RMSDs provide Scientific Leaders (SLs) balanced, factual, scientific information about non-product areas of interest to our company and responds to scientific questions from SLs, including questions about our company products and our company data. Virology RMSDs are responsible for facilitating and developing peer-level relationships with scientific leaders in the external medical/scientific community including those investigators who have potential interest in participating in our company research studies. Virology RMSDs provide support for data generation activities including our company sponsored trials and our company Independent Investigator Study Programs as prioritized and requested by our Research & Development Division leadership. Virology RMSDs reports to the Regional RMSD Team Leader within US Medical Affairs, Global Clinical Development, our Research & Development Division. Primary Activities:  · Identify, establish and manage collaborative professional relationships with national, regional and clinical practice scientific leaders (SLs) and investigators to identify and address scientific needs and to ensure access to medical and scientific information on areas of therapeutic interest and our company data or products· Conduct peer-level scientific discussions and maintain a reliable presence to ensure SLs have our Research & Development Division/ Medical Affairs contact within our company· Engage in proactive non-product discussions regarding scientific issues (e.g., disease states, diagnosis, epidemiology, unmet medical need, and population health, etc) that are intended to enhance scientific discussions or inform/guide our Research & Development Division/GMA and HH strategy or our Research & Development Division research programs"· Facilitate appropriate scientific exchange of information with SLs, including integration of scientific knowledge with actionable insights to inform our Research & Development Division and HH strategies"· Communicate external stakeholder opinions, insights and feedback on new data, clinical trends and the evolving vaccine landscape to Medical Affairs HQ teams to enhance scientific understanding and inform internal our Research & Development Division strategies"· Represent our Research & Development Division at scientific meetings and congresses and contribute to our Research & Development Division debriefs, insight discussions and post-congress reports"· Develop and execute territory plans in alignment with global Virology strategy"· Support data generation activities when requested by our Research & Development Division leadership, including the our company Investigator Study Program (MISP), by acting as the primary liaison to investigators interested in developing and performing investigator-initiated research"· When requested by our Research & Development Division leadership, work to identify potential investigators for consideration of participation in phase II-IV clinical development programs and provide scientific support for our Research & Development Division sponsored trials as needed"· Provide in-depth scientific support to Health Systems Teams within USMA"· Demonstrate and maintain in-depth knowledge of the assigned disease and therapeutic area(s) through educational efforts, including attendance at relevant conferences, scientific workshops and review of key journals"· Fully comply with all company policies and applicable laws, regulations, and ethical standards   Minimum Requirements:  • A minimum of 3 years prior experience in the biotech/pharmaceutical or healthcare environment and; • A minimum of 3 years of clinical and/or research experience (beyond that obtained in the terminal degree program) in Virology (or related therapeutic area, e.g. infectious diseases, immunology, preventative medicine)  and demonstrated scientific excellence in either Virology or the related therapeutic area.  • Excellent interpersonal, communication, networking and presentation skills • Ability to travel up to 50% of the time overnights and reside in the coverage region     Skills Required: • Deep therapeutic competency; abreast of trends and new information Virology • Ability to network and partner with important external customers, including scientific leaders, investigators, clinical practice leaders and academic affiliated institutions, including treatment guideline members (as permitted) • The ability to consolidate and understand complex data sets, plan and/or execute data analyses, summarize or synthesize data and objectively interpret results  • Knowledge of national and society treatment guidelines, clinical research processes, FDA regulations, and OIG, HIPAA and other ethical guidelines, laws, and regulations relevant to the pharmaceutical industry and its external stakeholder environment • Must be able to organize, prioritize, and work effectively in a constantly changing environment     Preferred capabilities: • Recognition for scientific excellence in Virology as demonstrated by sustained contributions to Virology via strong clinical, academic and/or translational/basic science research experience in Virology.  Experience in both clinical Virology and owner of independent research and publication in Virology is highly desirable (i.e., experience in late stage clinical research as an investigator or key study personnel conducting outcomes research, company sponsored trials, or investigator-initiated trials). • 5+ years of prior pharmaceutical industry experience (MSL or other clinical, medical or research related position) in Virology • Prior working experience within the coverage region and established relationships with Virology stakeholders • Demonstrable effective leadership skills (by example and through accomplishments), and the ability to step forward to handle challenges within scope of authority • Strong working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite (Word, PowerPoint, Excel)
Merck Kentucky, USA
Jan 10, 2020
The Virology (HIV) Regional Medical Scientific Director is a credentialed (i.e., MD, PhD, or PharmD) therapeutic and disease area expert who engages in both scientific exchange and research support, when requested, with external scientific leaders and investigators in the medical and scientific community. Virology RMSDs provide Scientific Leaders (SLs) balanced, factual, scientific information about non-product areas of interest to our company and responds to scientific questions from SLs, including questions about our company products and our company data. Virology RMSDs are responsible for facilitating and developing peer-level relationships with scientific leaders in the external medical/scientific community including those investigators who have potential interest in participating in our company research studies. Virology RMSDs provide support for data generation activities including our company sponsored trials and our company Independent Investigator Study Programs as prioritized and requested by our Research & Development Division leadership. Virology RMSDs reports to the Regional RMSD Team Leader within US Medical Affairs, Global Clinical Development, our Research & Development Division. Primary Activities:  · Identify, establish and manage collaborative professional relationships with national, regional and clinical practice scientific leaders (SLs) and investigators to identify and address scientific needs and to ensure access to medical and scientific information on areas of therapeutic interest and our company data or products· Conduct peer-level scientific discussions and maintain a reliable presence to ensure SLs have our Research & Development Division/ Medical Affairs contact within our company· Engage in proactive non-product discussions regarding scientific issues (e.g., disease states, diagnosis, epidemiology, unmet medical need, and population health, etc) that are intended to enhance scientific discussions or inform/guide our Research & Development Division/GMA and HH strategy or our Research & Development Division research programs"· Facilitate appropriate scientific exchange of information with SLs, including integration of scientific knowledge with actionable insights to inform our Research & Development Division and HH strategies"· Communicate external stakeholder opinions, insights and feedback on new data, clinical trends and the evolving vaccine landscape to Medical Affairs HQ teams to enhance scientific understanding and inform internal our Research & Development Division strategies"· Represent our Research & Development Division at scientific meetings and congresses and contribute to our Research & Development Division debriefs, insight discussions and post-congress reports"· Develop and execute territory plans in alignment with global Virology strategy"· Support data generation activities when requested by our Research & Development Division leadership, including the our company Investigator Study Program (MISP), by acting as the primary liaison to investigators interested in developing and performing investigator-initiated research"· When requested by our Research & Development Division leadership, work to identify potential investigators for consideration of participation in phase II-IV clinical development programs and provide scientific support for our Research & Development Division sponsored trials as needed"· Provide in-depth scientific support to Health Systems Teams within USMA"· Demonstrate and maintain in-depth knowledge of the assigned disease and therapeutic area(s) through educational efforts, including attendance at relevant conferences, scientific workshops and review of key journals"· Fully comply with all company policies and applicable laws, regulations, and ethical standards   Minimum Requirements:  • A minimum of 3 years prior experience in the biotech/pharmaceutical or healthcare environment and; • A minimum of 3 years of clinical and/or research experience (beyond that obtained in the terminal degree program) in Virology (or related therapeutic area, e.g. infectious diseases, immunology, preventative medicine)  and demonstrated scientific excellence in either Virology or the related therapeutic area.  • Excellent interpersonal, communication, networking and presentation skills • Ability to travel up to 50% of the time overnights and reside in the coverage region     Skills Required: • Deep therapeutic competency; abreast of trends and new information Virology • Ability to network and partner with important external customers, including scientific leaders, investigators, clinical practice leaders and academic affiliated institutions, including treatment guideline members (as permitted) • The ability to consolidate and understand complex data sets, plan and/or execute data analyses, summarize or synthesize data and objectively interpret results  • Knowledge of national and society treatment guidelines, clinical research processes, FDA regulations, and OIG, HIPAA and other ethical guidelines, laws, and regulations relevant to the pharmaceutical industry and its external stakeholder environment • Must be able to organize, prioritize, and work effectively in a constantly changing environment     Preferred capabilities: • Recognition for scientific excellence in Virology as demonstrated by sustained contributions to Virology via strong clinical, academic and/or translational/basic science research experience in Virology.  Experience in both clinical Virology and owner of independent research and publication in Virology is highly desirable (i.e., experience in late stage clinical research as an investigator or key study personnel conducting outcomes research, company sponsored trials, or investigator-initiated trials). • 5+ years of prior pharmaceutical industry experience (MSL or other clinical, medical or research related position) in Virology • Prior working experience within the coverage region and established relationships with Virology stakeholders • Demonstrable effective leadership skills (by example and through accomplishments), and the ability to step forward to handle challenges within scope of authority • Strong working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite (Word, PowerPoint, Excel)
Merck Ohio, USA
Jan 10, 2020
The Virology (HIV) Regional Medical Scientific Director is a credentialed (i.e., MD, PhD, or PharmD) therapeutic and disease area expert who engages in both scientific exchange and research support, when requested, with external scientific leaders and investigators in the medical and scientific community. Virology RMSDs provide Scientific Leaders (SLs) balanced, factual, scientific information about non-product areas of interest to our company and responds to scientific questions from SLs, including questions about our company products and our company data. Virology RMSDs are responsible for facilitating and developing peer-level relationships with scientific leaders in the external medical/scientific community including those investigators who have potential interest in participating in our company research studies. Virology RMSDs provide support for data generation activities including our company sponsored trials and our company Independent Investigator Study Programs as prioritized and requested by our Research & Development Division leadership. Virology RMSDs reports to the Regional RMSD Team Leader within US Medical Affairs, Global Clinical Development, our Research & Development Division. Primary Activities:  · Identify, establish and manage collaborative professional relationships with national, regional and clinical practice scientific leaders (SLs) and investigators to identify and address scientific needs and to ensure access to medical and scientific information on areas of therapeutic interest and our company data or products· Conduct peer-level scientific discussions and maintain a reliable presence to ensure SLs have our Research & Development Division/ Medical Affairs contact within our company· Engage in proactive non-product discussions regarding scientific issues (e.g., disease states, diagnosis, epidemiology, unmet medical need, and population health, etc) that are intended to enhance scientific discussions or inform/guide our Research & Development Division/GMA and HH strategy or our Research & Development Division research programs"· Facilitate appropriate scientific exchange of information with SLs, including integration of scientific knowledge with actionable insights to inform our Research & Development Division and HH strategies"· Communicate external stakeholder opinions, insights and feedback on new data, clinical trends and the evolving vaccine landscape to Medical Affairs HQ teams to enhance scientific understanding and inform internal our Research & Development Division strategies"· Represent our Research & Development Division at scientific meetings and congresses and contribute to our Research & Development Division debriefs, insight discussions and post-congress reports"· Develop and execute territory plans in alignment with global Virology strategy"· Support data generation activities when requested by our Research & Development Division leadership, including the our company Investigator Study Program (MISP), by acting as the primary liaison to investigators interested in developing and performing investigator-initiated research"· When requested by our Research & Development Division leadership, work to identify potential investigators for consideration of participation in phase II-IV clinical development programs and provide scientific support for our Research & Development Division sponsored trials as needed"· Provide in-depth scientific support to Health Systems Teams within USMA"· Demonstrate and maintain in-depth knowledge of the assigned disease and therapeutic area(s) through educational efforts, including attendance at relevant conferences, scientific workshops and review of key journals"· Fully comply with all company policies and applicable laws, regulations, and ethical standards   Minimum Requirements:  • A minimum of 3 years prior experience in the biotech/pharmaceutical or healthcare environment and; • A minimum of 3 years of clinical and/or research experience (beyond that obtained in the terminal degree program) in Virology (or related therapeutic area, e.g. infectious diseases, immunology, preventative medicine)  and demonstrated scientific excellence in either Virology or the related therapeutic area.  • Excellent interpersonal, communication, networking and presentation skills • Ability to travel up to 50% of the time overnights and reside in the coverage region     Skills Required: • Deep therapeutic competency; abreast of trends and new information Virology • Ability to network and partner with important external customers, including scientific leaders, investigators, clinical practice leaders and academic affiliated institutions, including treatment guideline members (as permitted) • The ability to consolidate and understand complex data sets, plan and/or execute data analyses, summarize or synthesize data and objectively interpret results  • Knowledge of national and society treatment guidelines, clinical research processes, FDA regulations, and OIG, HIPAA and other ethical guidelines, laws, and regulations relevant to the pharmaceutical industry and its external stakeholder environment • Must be able to organize, prioritize, and work effectively in a constantly changing environment     Preferred capabilities: • Recognition for scientific excellence in Virology as demonstrated by sustained contributions to Virology via strong clinical, academic and/or translational/basic science research experience in Virology.  Experience in both clinical Virology and owner of independent research and publication in Virology is highly desirable (i.e., experience in late stage clinical research as an investigator or key study personnel conducting outcomes research, company sponsored trials, or investigator-initiated trials). • 5+ years of prior pharmaceutical industry experience (MSL or other clinical, medical or research related position) in Virology • Prior working experience within the coverage region and established relationships with Virology stakeholders • Demonstrable effective leadership skills (by example and through accomplishments), and the ability to step forward to handle challenges within scope of authority • Strong working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite (Word, PowerPoint, Excel)
Merck Atlanta, GA, USA
Jan 10, 2020
Our Human Health Division maintains a “patient first, profits later” ideology. The organization is comprised of sales, marketing, market access, digital analytics and commercial professionals who are passionate about their role in bringing our medicines to our customers worldwide. Merck & Co., Inc., Kenilworth, New Jersey, USA is known as “Merck” in the United States, Canada & Puerto Rico. We are known as “MSD” in Europe, Middle East, Africa, Latin America & Asia Pacific. We are a global biopharmaceutical leader with a diverse portfolio of prescription medicines, oncology, vaccines and animal health products. We are driven by our purpose to develop and deliver innovative products that save and improve lives. With 69,000 employees operating in more than 140 countries, we offer state of the art laboratories, plants and offices that are designed to Inspire our employees as we learn, develop and grow in our careers. We are proud of our 125 years of service to humanity and continue to be one of the world’s biggest investors in Research & Development. In a world of rapid innovation, we seek brave Inventors who want to make an Impact in all aspects of our business, enabling breakthroughs that will affect generations to come. We encourage you to bring your disruptive thinking, collaborative spirit and diverse perspective to our organization. Together we will continue Inventing For Life, Impacting Lives while Inspiring Your Career Growth. Our Company is an equal opportunity employer, Minority/Female/Disability/Veteran, proudly embracing diversity in all of its manifestations.
Merck Branchburg, NJ, USA
Jan 10, 2020
Our Human Health Division maintains a “patient first, profits later” ideology. The organization is comprised of sales, marketing, market access, digital analytics and commercial professionals who are passionate about their role in bringing our medicines to our customers worldwide. Merck & Co., Inc., Kenilworth, New Jersey, USA is known as “Merck” in the United States, Canada & Puerto Rico. We are known as “MSD” in Europe, Middle East, Africa, Latin America & Asia Pacific. We are a global biopharmaceutical leader with a diverse portfolio of prescription medicines, oncology, vaccines and animal health products. We are driven by our purpose to develop and deliver innovative products that save and improve lives. With 69,000 employees operating in more than 140 countries, we offer state of the art laboratories, plants and offices that are designed to Inspire our employees as we learn, develop and grow in our careers. We are proud of our 125 years of service to humanity and continue to be one of the world’s biggest investors in Research & Development. In a world of rapid innovation, we seek brave Inventors who want to make an Impact in all aspects of our business, enabling breakthroughs that will affect generations to come. We encourage you to bring your disruptive thinking, collaborative spirit and diverse perspective to our organization. Together we will continue Inventing For Life, Impacting Lives while Inspiring Your Career Growth. Our Company is an equal opportunity employer, Minority/Female/Disability/Veteran, proudly embracing diversity in all of its manifestations.
Merck Kenilworth, NJ, USA
Jan 10, 2020
Our Human Health Division maintains a “patient first, profits later” ideology. The organization is comprised of sales, marketing, market access, digital analytics and commercial professionals who are passionate about their role in bringing our medicines to our customers worldwide. Merck & Co., Inc., Kenilworth, New Jersey, USA is known as “Merck” in the United States, Canada & Puerto Rico. We are known as “MSD” in Europe, Middle East, Africa, Latin America & Asia Pacific. We are a global biopharmaceutical leader with a diverse portfolio of prescription medicines, oncology, vaccines and animal health products. We are driven by our purpose to develop and deliver innovative products that save and improve lives. With 69,000 employees operating in more than 140 countries, we offer state of the art laboratories, plants and offices that are designed to Inspire our employees as we learn, develop and grow in our careers. We are proud of our 125 years of service to humanity and continue to be one of the world’s biggest investors in Research & Development. In a world of rapid innovation, we seek brave Inventors who want to make an Impact in all aspects of our business, enabling breakthroughs that will affect generations to come. We encourage you to bring your disruptive thinking, collaborative spirit and diverse perspective to our organization. Together we will continue Inventing For Life, Impacting Lives while Inspiring Your Career Growth. Our Company is an equal opportunity employer, Minority/Female/Disability/Veteran, proudly embracing diversity in all of its manifestations.
Merck Macon, GA, USA
Jan 10, 2020
The Territory Representative is a key member of the field sales team and plays a critical role in supporting our customer centric business model.  This position is responsible for working in their respective territory to understand and identify veterinary clinic, shelter facility, and corporate account customer needs, by selling our company's products, supporting pull-through activities relative to the customer strategy, and ensuring that our company is viewed as bringing value and technical innovations aligned to our strategic focus the Science of Healthier Animals.   In addition, the Territory Representative demonstrates an understanding of the resources available across the company and our Distribution Partners. Primary Responsibilities Communicates about product in a way that's meaningful and relevant to each individual customer; customizes discussions and interactions based on understanding of customer's needs Primary point of contact for assigned customers, meet with key personnel/decision makers to understand practice structure, business model, key influencers (Owner/Practice Manager/Key Tech/Associate Vet/Front office staff), customer needs and identifies business opportunities. Develop customer strategy - outlining strategy for interactions/relationship, solutions, partner involvement and potential offerings for customer resulting in sales opportunities and account sales growth of our Animal Health products and services. Develop territory and specific account plans for all key customers.  Partners with National Account Managers, Corporate Account Team, and Distribution Field Partners to maintain strong focus on key accounts and corporate owned clinics to drive occupancy and sales growth.  Work collaboratively across all species teams to foster our approach to enhance knowledge of the entire Animal Health product portfolio. Shares with other team members within the region to foster growth and development within the team. Analyze sales results on a monthly basis and manage expenses within budget guidelines. Identifies and selects programs/services available within our Animal Health’s available resources to address customer needs and provide education & training opportunities to accounts. Works with leadership and Field Professional Services to develop and deliver relevant offerings that address desired customer needs. Develop current understanding of our Animal Health products, industry trends and competitor landscape. Articulates and communicates relevant customer, industry, product, and market trends appropriately through the organization. Responsible for developing and meeting learning and development objectives agreed upon with leadership. Territory Coverage:  Roswell, Alpharetta, Cumming and additional towns throughout North Georgia Education Minimum Requirements    Bachelor Degree Required Experience and Skills Minimum of 3 years of relevant sales experience is required. Excellent interpersonal/communication and presentation skills Demonstrated motivation and focus on achieving measurable, tangible results. Commitment to collaboration as the normal mode of working and resolving problems. Demonstrated understanding of positions’ contribution to the business goals and willingness to adopt changes to current processes to meet customer needs. Demonstrated ability to independently understand customers’ evolving needs and expectations and combines with knowledge of customers’ organization and culture to drive results. Effective application of selling techniques and approaches, simultaneously managing multiple customers/accounts at different stages of the sales process, articulating the value of our Company products using approved resources. Demonstrated ability to identify, develop and manage a diverse mix of accounts independently within a territory, including some complex accounts, and to develop plans based on unique opportunities and customer needs. Proficient computer skills including working knowledge of Word, Excel and PowerPoint and the ability to use an iPad. Ability to work independently and also as part of a team Ability to travel overnight and some weekend activity Preferred Experience and Skills Sales experience and/or experience within the Animal Health industry       ‏Knowledge of animal health biological and pharmaceutical products ‏Understanding or past experience working with distribution Fluency in Spanish is preferred but is not required
Merck Alpharetta, GA, USA
Jan 10, 2020
The Territory Representative is a key member of the field sales team and plays a critical role in supporting our customer centric business model.  This position is responsible for working in their respective territory to understand and identify veterinary clinic, shelter facility, and corporate account customer needs, by selling our company's products, supporting pull-through activities relative to the customer strategy, and ensuring that our company is viewed as bringing value and technical innovations aligned to our strategic focus the Science of Healthier Animals.   In addition, the Territory Representative demonstrates an understanding of the resources available across the company and our Distribution Partners. Primary Responsibilities Communicates about product in a way that's meaningful and relevant to each individual customer; customizes discussions and interactions based on understanding of customer's needs Primary point of contact for assigned customers, meet with key personnel/decision makers to understand practice structure, business model, key influencers (Owner/Practice Manager/Key Tech/Associate Vet/Front office staff), customer needs and identifies business opportunities. Develop customer strategy - outlining strategy for interactions/relationship, solutions, partner involvement and potential offerings for customer resulting in sales opportunities and account sales growth of our Animal Health products and services. Develop territory and specific account plans for all key customers.  Partners with National Account Managers, Corporate Account Team, and Distribution Field Partners to maintain strong focus on key accounts and corporate owned clinics to drive occupancy and sales growth.  Work collaboratively across all species teams to foster our approach to enhance knowledge of the entire Animal Health product portfolio. Shares with other team members within the region to foster growth and development within the team. Analyze sales results on a monthly basis and manage expenses within budget guidelines. Identifies and selects programs/services available within our Animal Health’s available resources to address customer needs and provide education & training opportunities to accounts. Works with leadership and Field Professional Services to develop and deliver relevant offerings that address desired customer needs. Develop current understanding of our Animal Health products, industry trends and competitor landscape. Articulates and communicates relevant customer, industry, product, and market trends appropriately through the organization. Responsible for developing and meeting learning and development objectives agreed upon with leadership. Territory Coverage:  Roswell, Alpharetta, Cumming and additional towns throughout North Georgia Education Minimum Requirements    Bachelor Degree Required Experience and Skills Minimum of 3 years of relevant sales experience is required. Excellent interpersonal/communication and presentation skills Demonstrated motivation and focus on achieving measurable, tangible results. Commitment to collaboration as the normal mode of working and resolving problems. Demonstrated understanding of positions’ contribution to the business goals and willingness to adopt changes to current processes to meet customer needs. Demonstrated ability to independently understand customers’ evolving needs and expectations and combines with knowledge of customers’ organization and culture to drive results. Effective application of selling techniques and approaches, simultaneously managing multiple customers/accounts at different stages of the sales process, articulating the value of our Company products using approved resources. Demonstrated ability to identify, develop and manage a diverse mix of accounts independently within a territory, including some complex accounts, and to develop plans based on unique opportunities and customer needs. Proficient computer skills including working knowledge of Word, Excel and PowerPoint and the ability to use an iPad. Ability to work independently and also as part of a team Ability to travel overnight and some weekend activity Preferred Experience and Skills Sales experience and/or experience within the Animal Health industry       ‏Knowledge of animal health biological and pharmaceutical products ‏Understanding or past experience working with distribution Fluency in Spanish is preferred but is not required