The Scientific Liaison is a key field-based role that brings our MSA strategy to life for lab stakeholders and clinicians. You bring a scientific, technical lens to everything you do. You are the primary interface between your assigned Customer Area and the customer, effectively delivering knowledge to patients/clinicians/lab partners within your assigned geographic region.
You will work hand in hand with the technical-minded Scientific Partners and medical/clinical-minded Disease Area Partners to develop the technical and clinical focus for our integrated strategic medical plan for a given customer area leveraging external stakeholder generated insights/needs to ensure faster access with better outcomes for more patients. You will also facilitate and develop the relationships with key members of the medical/scientific community and laboratory organizations serving as a consistent liaison for these high value stakeholders. You may be called on by the Strategic Healthcare Partnerships team to share your insights, experiences, expertise, and connections to drive strategies to engage with key stakeholders in a deeper way.
While you may bring specialized and in-depth experience within a particular disease area to the team, you are also comfortable expanding that knowledge into adjacent areas as required as our priorities evolve. This role requires constant learning, the regular use of originality and ingenuity.
KEY ROLES & RESPONSIBILITIES
Bring field-based insights to all MSA team conversations
Contribute field-based insights to integrated medical strategy plans with Scientific Partners and Disease Area Partners
Deliver scientific exchange and educational solutions for clinicians and laboratorians that have a high impact for patient care, while creating efficiencies for Roche MSA, both in person and virtually as required
Working with the Field Partner and Scientific Partners and other MSA stakeholders, create a tool box of educational tools for the relevant Customer Area so that no one is developing “one off” work. This may be traditional slide decks but you will also need to use less traditional educational tools (podcasts, social media)
Develop a robust network outside of the company that can be strategically tapped for speakers, advocacy work, scientific insights
Review outputs of internal partners for scientific/technical accuracy and patient centricity
provide coaching and mentorship to Medical Scientific Associates, as assigned
Your role involves both office work and significant field effort. You will be required to regularly collaborate with your Field Partner, Scientific Partners, Disease Area Partners, DANL, Strategic Healthcare Partners and others to prioritize where your efforts will have the biggest impact.
Must maintain knowledge of applicable research and literature
May respond to unsolicited requests for information about unapproved products or uses, or off-label information.
Bachelor's Degree and 5+ years clinical/practice/industry experience OR Masters Level Degree in Science + 3 years of related clinical/practice/industry experience OR Doctorate level degree + 1 year of related clinical/practice/industry experience
ADDITIONAL PREFERRED REQUIREMENTS
Ability to develop and maintain collegial relationships with Physicians, Nurses, Laboratory and other healthcare Professionals
Ability to understand, interpret and present a wide range of scientific and medical topics
Ability to lead, direct, influence and empower multi-discipline teams and individuals in a matrixed organization
Ability to successfully interface with senior management (within and external to company) ∙ Capacity to manage conflict
Excellent oral and written communication skills.
CO applicants not eligible
Ability to prioritize work
Strong analytical and problem solving skills
Strong judgment and decision making skills
Ability to develop and maintain deep relationships with thought leaders and customers
Ability to quantify metrics
Locations: Region 1 (Washington DC/New York) Region 4(Seattle, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Phoenix, Dallas)