Field Director Biopharm - Hemophilia Job

Organization
Novo Nordisk, Inc.
Job Location
Princeton, NJ
Job Description

Position can be based in any Major U.S. City in the East.

Position provides field coaching, mentorship and a managerial role to the field-based Medical Liaisons and develops and implements strategies that: optimally manage key opinion leader/academic institutions and other key health care provider/organization relationships, specifically with the provision of timely and up to date scientific information relevant to Novo Nordisk’s products or research activities; increase awareness and improve competitive positioning of NNI products; ensure personal development of the team and ensure coordination and cooperation between the field-based Medical Liaison team and other NNI units / personnel. Responsible for administrative and management support of field-based FMA Program at Novo Nordisk Inc (NNI). RELATIONSHIPS: Reports to Executive Director. Has direct supervisory responsibility for field?based Medical Liaisons in designated areas of the US. Works closely with the home office – Medical, Marketing, Human Resources and other field personnel. Also, works with Medical Liaisons and their contacts with physicians; nurse practitioners; pharmacists, blood bank staff; academic institutions; managed care organizations and HMOs, as needed.

COORDINATION/COMMUNICATION AND ADMINISTRATION:
Aid in the selection and profiling of potential contacts. Ensure that the most up-to-date information on the therapeutic area and NNI clinical plans and study results, product support letters, and the Marketing ...cont.

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