The Scientific Communications (SciCom) Team is a critical group within Global Medical Affairs responsible for the strategy, development and execution of internal and external tactics. The SciCom Team is working closely with key internal and external stakeholders to optimize the publication projects including but not limited to abstracts, congress presentations, and manuscripts. The Sr. Publication Manager/Publication Manager will interpret scientific/clinical data, lead the development of key publications, and may be involved in the medical writing of some publication projects. The Sr. Publication Manager will drive the process and provide input into the global publication plan across disease settings. He/she will support the efficient planning, tracking and timely dissemination of key data while establishing strong partnerships with key medical leaders, investigators, and internal cross-functional stakeholders. The Sr. Publication Manager will provide appropriate directions to external agencies/consultants to support timely and cost-effective project management. He/she will communicate regular status updates to internal stakeholders. Additionally, Sr. Publication Manager will apply disease-area and product expertise to a wide variety of cross-functional projects. He/she will partner with the Dir. SciCom and Compliance/Legal Team to design, conduct internal quality inspections, monitor, and develop audit-readiness guidance documents.
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to execute each of the following essential functions:
Demonstrate disease state expertise and knowledge of current medical and/or regulatory issues related to company products.
Serve as subject matter expert on Ocaliva® and to the Medical Affairs Disease Teams to support cross-functional strategies and tactics.
Provide scientific/clinical direction, manage and deliver on global publication plan.
Establish relationships with both internal and external stakeholders while ensuring strong partnerships with key opinion leaders, researchers, and professional societies.
Manage projects, develop and/or oversee the development of abstracts, posters, oral presentations, manuscripts and other documents to ensure appropriate data dissemination.
Effectively manage simultaneously projects in a timely and cost-efficient manner.
Develop Key Performance Indicators (KPIs), generate analytic reports related to publication projects.
Provide frequent and ongoing status updates to management and internal
Support publication standardization to ensure consistent and compliant practices across cross-functional teams (e.g. Global, affiliates, etc.).
Attend medical conferences, other professional meetings.
Manage funds and resources appropriately.
Assist with the updating and development of policies, standard operating procedures (SOPs) as well as work practices (WPs).
Partner with Dir. SciCom and Compliance/Legal to design, conduct internal quality inspections, monitor, and develop audit readiness procedures.