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Medical Advisor, EU
Genmab is focused on the creation and development of innovative and differentiated antibody products, with the aim of improving the lives of cancer patients.
Genmab are seeking a field-based Medical Advisor to join our European Field Medical Affairs (FMA) team and cover the Netherlands, Belgium, and the Nordic countries, ideally based either in the Netherlands or Denmark.
Our Medical Advisors are scientifically trained, field-based medical affairs professionals with strong clinical/scientific backgrounds and excellent communication skills, responsible for liaising with leaders and healthcare professionals in academic and clinical centres, conducting scientific exchange, and contributing to data generation.
Members of the Genmab FMA team are required to manage across a global organisation to drive quality planning and timely communication of key scientific/clinical information for Genmab products within Haematology and Oncology. The Medical Advisors act as therapy area and product experts for both internal and external stakeholders, contributing to medical affairs strategy development and engaging with members of the healthcare community.
This is an exciting opportunity to be part of the passionate, high-profile, high-impact Global Medical Affairs team, and work in a highly dynamic and collaborative setting.
Regional and international travel will be required (60% of working time).
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
Establish and maintain enduring relationships with HCPs, professional societies and institutions, and patient advocacy groups.
Develop expert understanding of disease state and current medical and/or regulatory issues related to company products. Contribute therapeutic expertise during protocol design.
Collaborate on the development of medical affairs strategy, driving towards defining solutions for challenging issues. Share best practices across therapeutic areas.
Build relationships with both internal cross-functional teams and external global experts to advance medical knowledge/understanding of company products and pipeline data, contribute to clinical/scientific development, and ensure optimal benefit for patients.
Work with investigators on company-sponsored studies, including in-house and CRO-managed trials to support study recruitment, investigator meetings, and steering committees.
Work with investigators to evaluate IST proposals, assessing study methodology, scientific rigor, and potential impact. Coordinate submission for internal review.
Work with external vendors/service providers to assist with medical affairs tactics including, but not limited to, creation of materials, support of advisory boards, and provision of medical education.
Provide medical input on speaker briefings for symposia, congresses, and medical education activities as appropriate.
Contribute to the development of (and updates to) the yearly global publications plan for assigned product(s) and ensure optimal plan execution based on regional needs.
Ensure that key data, strategically aligned scientific communications, and other internal guidance and resources are incorporated appropriately in internal/external materials, with accurate, fair/balanced statements and conclusions supported by suitable data.
Contribute as requested to the development/editing of materials supporting Medical Affairs activities, which might include briefing documents, written communications, Frequently Asked Question documents, etc.
Participate in relevant cross-functional teams and task forces to represent the Global Medical Affairs team. Make presentations to colleagues and senior management as needed.
Provide guidance on the development of strategies to demonstrate the value of disease/products within Medical Affairs with a focus on outcomes meaningful to payers and clinical decision-makers.
Participate in discussions regarding the creation of departmental SOPs addressing processes and procedures necessary to achieve organizational objectives and comply with government regulations and company policy. Ensure adherence to policies/procedures.
Support training of Genmab colleagues, enhancing their knowledge and understanding of clinical data and our medicines as required.
Perform other responsibilities as requested by company leadership.
Experience & Skills:
Scientific or Medical Degree (Pharm D, PhD, MD) required.
Minimum 5 years of pharmaceutical industry experience required ideally in Medical Affairs, preferably in Haematology/Oncology.
Demonstrated ability to lead strategically, drive performance, build alignment, inform, negotiate, and collaborate.
Knowledge of local pharmaceutical Code of Practice and FCPA/GPIHP, relevant SOPs.
Ability to create strategic, long-range plans that are aligned with organisational objectives and implement successfully.
Ability to work with multidisciplinary teams.
Excellent written, verbal and interpersonal communication skills.
Flexible, with positive attitude, strong ability to multi-task, prioritise effectively and communicate at all levels within the company.
Our commitment to bringing new medicines to the market to improve patients’ lives is a strong motivation for employees at Genmab. Our aim is to foster a culture of excellence and innovation where employees are focused on clear priorities and are passionate about innovation. We work cross-functionally and internationally as one team to gain the most from all competencies.
Genmab employees work with determination and with respect for each other to achieve our tasks and common goals. We give individuals and teams the autonomy to drive development of innovative products and solutions, knowing that integrity is a core value throughout our company.
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Genmab employees work with determination and with respect for each other, consistent with our core values, to achieve our common goals. We give individuals and teams the autonomy to drive development of innovative products and solutions, knowing that integrity is a core value throughout our company. Genmab will offer the successful application a challenging position, where the right candidate will have the opportunity to work with highly specialised people across functions in an informal, multicultural culture, all aiming to make a difference for cancer patients.
Teamwork and respect are central pillars of Genmab’s culture and we therefore ensure an inclusive, open, and supportive professional work environment across our international locations. We believe that fostering workplace diversity across social, educational, cultural, national, age and gender lines is a prerequisite for the continued success of the company. We are committed to diversity at all levels of the company and strive to recruit employees with the right skills and competences, regardless of gender, age, ethnicity, etc.
Please note that if you are applying for a position in the Netherlands; Genmab’s policy for all permanently budgeted hires in this location is to offer a temporary agreement for one year, followed by a contract for indefinite time regardless of seniority.