CSL Behring

(Senior) Medical Affairs Manager – Rare Diseases (m/f/x)

CSL Behring

Hattersheim
Medizin, Gesundheit, Pflege
Vollzeit

Join our dynamic Medical Affairs team in Hattersheim, greater Frankfurt area, and become an essential part of our mission as we prepare to launch an innovative treatment for Hereditary Angioedema (HAE). We're seeking a passionate and experienced

(Senior) Medical Affairs Manager – Rare Diseases (m/f/x)

(Fulltime / permanent)

The Opportunity

As a key member of our launch team, you'll spearhead the implementation and management of crucial medical affairs projects for our upcoming HAE treatment. Your role will be instrumental in executing Medical Affairs strategies and tactics on a local level in Germany.

The Role

  • Craft and execute the medical affairs strategy for the assigned portfolio, aligned with broader therapeutic area objectives.
  • Keep abreast of therapeutic trends and opportunities, collaborating closely with local functions, global R&D;, and regional commercial teams.
  • Develop and execute strategies for scientific engagement with the medical community, including key opinion leaders and patient advocacy groups.
  • Coordinate investigator-led studies and research collaborations, ensuring adherence to Good Publication Practice.
  • Collaborate with the Real-World Evidence generation lead on company-sponsored non-interventional studies, from development to analysis and publication of results.
  • Provide medical consultation to marketing, market access, commercial, and research project teams, contributing to promotional and educational materials.
  • Establish annual medical affairs budgets for the assigned portfolio and actively manage and monitor financial forecasts.

Your Skills and Experience:

  • Medical degree (MD or equivalent) is essential.
  • Preferably 5+ years of experience in the pharmaceutical or healthcare industry.
  • Previous experience supporting products or devices in Rare Diseases, particularly Hereditary Angioedema, is highly preferred.
  • Clinical experience is advantageous.
  • Proven track record of working in international or global teams.
  • Strong background in Medical Affairs.
  • Language skills: Fluent in German (required), fluent in English (required).

Our Benefits

  • Our benefit plan offers our employees numerous choices including such options as a retirement plan and flexible working hours

Reporting Relationships:

Role that this position reports to:

Associate Director Medical Affairs Immunology

If you're ready to make a meaningful impact in the field of Rare Diseases and be part of an innovative team, we encourage you to apply and join us in our mission to improve patients' lives.

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Our Benefits

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About CSL Behring

CSL Behring is a global leader in developing and delivering high-quality medicines that treat people with rare and serious diseases. Our treatments offer promise for people in more than 100 countries living with conditions in the immunology, hematology, cardiovascular and metabolic, respiratory, and transplant therapeutic areas. Learn more about CSL Behring.

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