CME Medical Director - Only if you have enthusiasm and passion!

Location: Cranbury, NJ
We are looking for a strong CME Medical Director in the Medical Affairs space who wants to work for the most passionate medical communications agency on earth!
Top Must-Haves for the CME Medical Director – VP Medical Director
  • Advanced professional degree (PharmD, MD, PhD) with at least 10 years of experience in Medical Communications or Pharmaceutical industry equivalent experience
  • Must have a history of Management experience in a fast-paced environment, with many direct reports working on multiple projects and priorities
  • Strategic understanding of the role CME has in the overall medical communication plan of pharma grantors
  • Ability to analyze major therapeutic areas and determine specific clinical and educational gaps that justify the rationale for CME programming
  • Ability to work on several projects at once while balancing multiple and overlapping timelines
  • Ability to assess workload and suggest prioritization to senior staff
  • Knowledge of regulations relevant to medical writing and CME guidelines
  • Careful attention to detail and accuracy
  • Must be computer literate and proficient in Microsoft Word and PowerPoint
Day-to-Day Activities for the CME Medical Director – VP Medical Director
Leads content development for assigned programming, including live educational events and ancillary activities; develops educational Needs Assessments (Medical Gap Analyses) for inclusion in grant proposals for solicitation of funding of continuing education programming; and provides relevant outcomes reports for activity evaluation. Drives implementation of content to ensure the highest quality.
  • Supports the Medical Affairs team in content strategy and execution
  • Provides high-level scientific input in planning/developing educational programming and grant proposals with key opinion leaders in oncology
  • Determines outcomes measures for proposals that are program- and grantor-specific and assures outcomes of executed programs are delivered as promised for secured grants
  • Creates outcomes questions and write medical summaries that analyze and report outcomes
  • Identifies areas of clinical and educational need for CME programming, writing Medical Gap Analyses for inclusion in educational grant proposals, medical educational program-related tasks, and fact checking highly scientific educational program content. May also draft text for educational materials (e.g. copy and slides) used in CME programming
  • Identifies project needs, tracks project timelines and implements program faculty requests
  • Interacts with internal and external clients
  • Takes responsibility for managing day-to-day workload for assigned tasks
  • Keeps abreast of current data, trends, medical writing/regulatory knowledge, developments and important advances in therapeutic areas for which the company focuses its educational programming and proposals for grant funding
  • Complies with Company SOPs and participates in the implementation of new SOPs.
Top Reasons to Work for this Medical Communication Client
  • Friendly, collaborative, transparent culture with easily-accessible leadership
  • Double digit growth last year
  • Doer culture – “If you dream it, we will do it”
  • Strong healthcare, benefits, vacation, and 401K
Competitive Base Salary Commensurate with Experience
**Candidates must have MEDICAL COMMUNICATIONS AGENCY experience to be considered for this role.**

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