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    Do you want to work in a big pharmaceutical company? Do you have a first experience in Scientific Communications? You should then read the following lines! Our client, based in Basel, is looking for a Scientific Communications Leader for a one year mission. Background:This role will reside in the Haematological Malignancies Disease Area Team within PDMA. The focus will be to deliver publications and medical educational activities to support polatuzumab vedotin launch in DLBCL. You’re someone who wants to influence your own development. You’re looking for a role where you have the opportunity to pursue your interests across functions and geographies. Perfect Candidate:We are looking for a Scientific Communications Leader with a scientific education (PhD or PharmaD) and experience in publications. This person should have previous hands on in scientific communications already either in an agency or pharma. Finally, we are looking for someone with experience in vendor management, especially in budget management. General Information:• Start date: ASAP/ 01.10.2021• Latest start date: 01.11.2021• End date: 12 months• Extension: possible but not guaranteed• Work location: Basel• Workload: 100%• Home Office: currently yes, one day per week after Corona• Travelling: currently no, max. 5%• Team: 9 people, two other SCD’s in the Sub team• Used template: CH_Professional Scientific Communications Leader_LSW_CHF• Department: Lymphoma Lymphoid diseases (MDAJ) Tasks & Responsibilities:• Lead the development and delivery of polatuzumab vedotin publication plan in collaboration with cross-functional internal stakeholders and external authors• Collaborate with the medical team in planning and execution of various external and internal medical education activities, including, but not limited to, satellite symposia, and internal training materials and events• Be involved in planning and delivery of congress activities for polatuzumab vedotin as well as other molecules within the haematology therapy area• Drive excellence and innovation across the scientific communication activities in support of polatuzumab vedotin launch, including leading digital and social media initiatives• Provide strategic guidance to affiliates, where necessary, regarding scientific communication activities Must haves:• Strong scientific background with PhD or Pharmacy degree (****)• Min. 3-5 years of experience in hematological malignancies (****)• Experience in publication management and medical education is a must (****)• Hands on experience in scientific communications (either at a medical communications agency or working in a scientific/medical communications role in pharmaceutical industry) (****)• Experience in external agency management including handling budgets (****)• Fluent English is a must• Experience in gSuite is a plus, technical flair and open to learn new technologies• Proven ability to work closely and collaboratively with internal partners and external collaborators to deliver cross-functional initiatives• Cross-functional teamwork skills, including developing and maintaining trustful relationships, and productively resolving conflicts• Ability to operate successfully in a matrix environment with shared accountability and responsibilities• Very good communication and interpersonal skills, including inspiring and influencing as well as having a strong customer orientation and focus Do not waste any minutes, apply now!  We are looking forward to receiving your application.Please note that only candidates with a valid work permit or who are EU/EFTA citizens will be considered. 
    Do you want to work in a big pharmaceutical company? Do you have a first experience in Scientific Communications? You should then read the following lines! Our client, based in Basel, is looking for a Scientific Communications Leader for a one year mission. Background:This role will reside in the Haematological Malignancies Disease Area Team within PDMA. The focus will be to deliver publications and medical educational activities to support polatuzumab vedotin launch in DLBCL. You’re someone who wants to influence your own development. You’re looking for a role where you have the opportunity to pursue your interests across functions and geographies. Perfect Candidate:We are looking for a Scientific Communications Leader with a scientific education (PhD or PharmaD) and experience in publications. This person should have previous hands on in scientific communications already either in an agency or pharma. Finally, we are looking for someone with experience in vendor management, especially in budget management. General Information:• Start date: ASAP/ 01.10.2021• Latest start date: 01.11.2021• End date: 12 months• Extension: possible but not guaranteed• Work location: Basel• Workload: 100%• Home Office: currently yes, one day per week after Corona• Travelling: currently no, max. 5%• Team: 9 people, two other SCD’s in the Sub team• Used template: CH_Professional Scientific Communications Leader_LSW_CHF• Department: Lymphoma Lymphoid diseases (MDAJ) Tasks & Responsibilities:• Lead the development and delivery of polatuzumab vedotin publication plan in collaboration with cross-functional internal stakeholders and external authors• Collaborate with the medical team in planning and execution of various external and internal medical education activities, including, but not limited to, satellite symposia, and internal training materials and events• Be involved in planning and delivery of congress activities for polatuzumab vedotin as well as other molecules within the haematology therapy area• Drive excellence and innovation across the scientific communication activities in support of polatuzumab vedotin launch, including leading digital and social media initiatives• Provide strategic guidance to affiliates, where necessary, regarding scientific communication activities Must haves:• Strong scientific background with PhD or Pharmacy degree (****)• Min. 3-5 years of experience in hematological malignancies (****)• Experience in publication management and medical education is a must (****)• Hands on experience in scientific communications (either at a medical communications agency or working in a scientific/medical communications role in pharmaceutical industry) (****)• Experience in external agency management including handling budgets (****)• Fluent English is a must• Experience in gSuite is a plus, technical flair and open to learn new technologies• Proven ability to work closely and collaboratively with internal partners and external collaborators to deliver cross-functional initiatives• Cross-functional teamwork skills, including developing and maintaining trustful relationships, and productively resolving conflicts• Ability to operate successfully in a matrix environment with shared accountability and responsibilities• Very good communication and interpersonal skills, including inspiring and influencing as well as having a strong customer orientation and focus Do not waste any minutes, apply now!  We are looking forward to receiving your application.Please note that only candidates with a valid work permit or who are EU/EFTA citizens will be considered. 

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