Head of Medical, Oncology

Oct 07, 2021

Job Description

4.200! This is the approximate number of patient whose lives are directly impacted in Hungary in Oncology.

Your key responsibilities:
Your responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

• As a key member of the Oncology Leadership Team (OLT), work with the leadership team to deliver the highest possible market presence and penetration of the Novartis products. Leads the Medical contribution to country and divisional strategy and ensures it takes full account of medical considerations and expertise.
• Works with Cluster, Regional and Global colleagues to input to Development and Medical Affairs plans both within the country and at Cluster/ Regional/Global level. Ensures dissemination of trial-generated medical information to educate medical, scientific and regulatory leaders.
• Provides a source of key medical knowledge on the company’s products, supports the teams in the development of the overall long-term strategy. Raises awareness of Novartis products / disease areas through the publication of manuscripts, presentations and training, according to P3 and local regulations.
• Participates in gathering clinical insights / needs / feedback from medical experts / customers and communicates to internal partners including Marketing and Global Drug Development teams and is accountable for adherence to safety standards, regulations and current legislation.
• Leads the Medical Affairs teams, interface with other Global Drug Development functions incl. TMO, represents country medical and scientific interests in internal and external (incl. ORE) Forums where relevant. Builds professional relationships with medical experts in the country and participates in cross-functional internal teams. Understands the pathways for the communication between the country and key Cluster/ Regional/ Global colleagues /product teams.
• Maintains and drives the standards of medical and scientific excellence through recruitment, training, deployment and development of associates and observes strictly any and all applicable internal and external regulations, acts and procedures, including, but not limited to: Internal Rules, Code of Conduct, Corporate Citizenship, P3, local industry codes etc.
• Responsible for accurate and compliant reporting of Adverse Events in order to fulfill all regulatory requirements and ethical obligations including timely forwarding of all spontaneous reports to local Drug Safety Responsible.
• Comply with the GxP quality requirements applicable to the area of responsibility, incl. but not limited to proper reporting of adverse events and customer complaints, samples handling as well as any incident that may adversely affect the quality, safety, identity, strength, purity, availability or efficacy of a commercial product or clinical trial material and/or may compromise the Novartis Quality System and the global Novartis reputation.

Diversity & Inclusion / EEO

Novartis is committed to building an outstanding, inclusive work environment and diverse team’s representative of the patients and communities we serve.

Minimum Requirements

Novartis is committed to building an outstanding, inclusive work environment and diverse team’s representative of the patients and communities we serve.
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Research & Development
Full Time

Head of Medical, Oncology

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