The Director/Senior Director, Medical Affairs is responsible for providing strategic and operational leadership to the Medical Affairs function for the respective country or region of responsibility to support marketed and pipeline products. The incumbent is responsible for adapting global and regional medical affairs strategies to ensure they are fit for purpose at the local/regional level.
The incumbent supports and represents PTC and its products with, and to, key opinion leaders (KOL’s), clinicians, academic institutions, patient associations and professional organizations within the assigned country or region. They address the specific needs of these clients by responding to unsolicited requests for information about PTC marketed and developing products.
As the clinical and medical expert on PTC’s products, they build long term relationships and establishes rapport with local PAGs and clinicians in hospitals, clinics, and academic centres through highly scientific product and disease state discussions that support or expand current therapeutic concepts and ensures safe and effective utilization of products.
The incumbent works cross-functionally with internal departments and external resources on Medical Affairs related issues.
The Director/Senior Director, Medical Affairs ensures adherence to relevant regulatory requirements, local Codes of Practice, and company Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) as appropriate.