The Director of Global Publication will be responsible for overseeing the planning and development of scientific publications and presentations. This position will report directly to the Vice President of Medical Affairs.
Lead the Medical and Scientific Affairs Publications Team in the preparation of peer-reviewed journal articles and congress abstracts, posters, and presentations for Immunomedics-sponsored clinical trials
Responsible for developing a scientific platform, slide decks, and cross functional training material
Creates and implements departmental SOPs, guidelines, and procedures necessary to achieve organizational and compliance objectives.
Work with internal stakeholders, external authors and medical writers on oral presentations, posters, abstracts, and manuscripts
Coordinate internal, partner and external reviews of publication materials
Adjudicate reviewer comments with internal and external authors
Attend medical and scientific conferences to support sponsored speakers and presentations.
Proactively review and interpret pertinent and emerging scientific literature
Ensure publications convey accurate and non-misleading messages or impressions of the product
Ensure developed publications are reviewed and approved according to Immunomedics SOPs
Supervise the work of vendors for medical writing, ensuring work is high quality and developed on time and within budget
Other duties as assigned
Experience in publications and medical writing in Oncology
Excellent communication, organizational, negotiation and time management skills with individuals and groups
Ability to work across multi-disciplinary groups and within a matrix environment
Ability to summarize complex information and present in a clear, concise, and scientifically accurate manner to a range of audiences
Familiarity with good publication practices and guidelines (GPP2, ICMJE)
Experience in preparing abstracts, posters, presentations, and manuscript
Strong problem solving, decision-making, influencing, and negotiation skills
Effectively build relationships and work with global medical thought leaders
Ability to think strategically and apply knowledge and analytical skills in a highly regulated environment.
Advanced medical degree (Pharm D, MD, D., RPh) required
Experience in Breast Cancer and Hematology/Oncology
Minimum of 8 years of experience in the biotechnology, pharmaceutical or medical device industries
Demonstrated record of leadership and staff management expertise
Excellent written, verbal and interpersonal communication skills
Willingness to travel to represent Immunomedics at medical conferences, advisory boards, presentations, and other publication meetings