Senior Medical Affairs Manager (Resp)

Basic qualifications:

  • Medical degree in clinical medicine
  • Knowledge of clinical development process, and regulatory requirements
  • At least 5-8 years experience in medical practice or industry medical team.
  • Good command of English (written and spoken);
  • Knowledge of PC (WORD, EXCEL, POWERPOINT);
  • Interpersonal communication skill;
  • Team player
  • Presentation skill
  • Project Management
  • Leadership and people management

Preferred qualifications:



Provides medical and scientific support to the TA Business Units of Rx, most notably, sales and marketing. Ensures that all company scientific, promotional and commercial activities respects internal, national and international ethical guidelines.

Provide medical advice and input in the development and implementation business strategies related to TA business.

Manage the development and implementation of the medical plan which is consistent with the country business plan for TA Business Unit

Ensure adequate medical information and customer support for health care professionals in the daily usage of GSK brands.

Develop and facilitate relations with key opinion-leaders and key authorities and within the industry in general at a country level.

Optimise cross-functional support needs in the organisation, ensuring effective communication between direct reports and the Marketing and Sales teams.

Direct and control all activities of the TA Medical Affairs Team, ensuring that staff is qualified and competent, properly coached, given the opportunity to develop in the company and continually motivated to handle the demands of their jobs and achieve their objectives.

Provide business development support as appropriate, in terms of giving technical advice and input on all product development and licensing opportunities.

Ensuring compliance and medical governance in:

oTraining on relevant SOPs

oEnsuring promotional/training materials are in compliance with internal and external regulatory requirements

oManaging issues that arise that may adversely affect business.

oAssuring compliance with corporate standards and procedures for conduct of clinical activities, including studies and research grants.

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