Global Scientific Manager IBU Haematology

Job ID:  57877
Location: 

Lachen, CH

Job Level:  Professionals
Job Category:  Sales and Marketing
Employment Type:  Permanent position
Career Level: 

What's the best thing about working with us?

 

  • You help save lives - Every day is meaningful as we produce life-saving medicines
  • Family values - Long-term perspective for employees and relationships 
  • Be rewarded with market-related salary and benefits package
  • You will have a high level of influence where you can make a difference and leave your footprint
  • Work with skilled and fun colleagues in a relatively informal organization
  • Skills development - We offer various internal and external employee and leadership trainings, trainee programs and digital solutions

 

 

What will you be doing as Global Scientific Manager IBU Haematology? 

 

  • You are responsible for planning and execution of assigned clinical projects over the range of the portfolio.
  • You are responsible for the medical content of global marketing materials and communication elements.
  • You contribute to the international opinion leader communication and development.
  • You contribute to congresses /symposia by strategy planning and content development and to international and local marketing activities.
  • You are responsible for internal / external medical training.
  • You contribute to clinical life science management projects and to new product development projects. 

 

 

Who are you?

 

  • You have PhD in scientific discipline/clinical /MD/MBBS/PharmD 
  • You have previous 3-5 years of local or regional working experience in a related function and want to develop into a global responsibility, prior experience in Haematology is an advantage.
  • You have been working on successful projects in market launch, medical communication, key opinion leader management, clinical initiatives, medical marketing, and sales and marketing support.
  • You are a hands-on person who knows how to convince and to motivate your internal and external teams. 
  • You are a strong team player, internationally oriented, with cultural awareness and sensitivity, willing to travel (approximately 25%).

 

 

The International Business Unit Department

 

  • The International Business Unit department (IBU) is divided into three Business Units: IBU Haematology, IBU Critical Care and IBU Immunotherapy. 
  • The overall responsibility of the IBU department is to ensure long-term strategic development by enabling intelligent business decisions. 
  • As Global Scientific Manager IBU Haematology, you are committed to create the value for physicians and patients. In this role you will be responsible for planning, implementation and execution of post marketing medical and clinical projects and services for the Haematology portfolio.
  • You will collect customer insights and develop relevant projects addressing unmet medical needs, structure and execute medical training and prepare education to external and internal audience.
  • You will maintain a diverse portfolio of strategic clinical relationship, encouraging interest, study, support, and acceptance of products and services on the marketplace.
  • You will report to the SVP and Head of International Business Unit Haematology.

 

 

 

"Join a qualified and dynamic team where your contribution can make a real difference for the patients worldwide."
- Larisa Belyanskaya, SVP  IBU Haematology

 

 

Apply Today!

 

Please apply in English. If you have questions about the position, contact Ms. Claudia Vignau, Recruiter; +41 55 451 21 35.

 

 

If you proceed in the process

 

  • We will endeavor to review your profile as quickly as possible and provide you with feedback
  • The next step is to conduct a phone interview, which takes about 30 minutes.

 


Would you like to get to know us better? Learn more about us on our website and follow us daily on LinkedIn!

About Octapharma

Headquartered in Lachen, Switzerland, Octapharma is one of the largest human protein manufacturers in the world, developing and producing human proteins from human plasma and human cell lines. 

Octapharma employs nearly 12,000 people worldwide to support the treatment of patients in 118 countries with products across three therapeutic areas: Immunotherapy, Haematology and Critical Care. 

Octapharma has seven R&D sites and five state-of-the-art manufacturing facilities in Austria, France, Germany and Sweden, and operates more than 195 plasma donation centres across Europe and the US. Octapharma has 40 years of experience in patient care.

For more information, please visit www.octapharma.com