Field based Nordic Medical Advisor

Norgine Nordic

Scientific communication and patient engagement
The focus in this role is non-promotional activities and projects in the Nordic countries. Your primary task will be to drive and implement medical communication projects, local study-activities and patient engagement activities. Further to this, you will deliver tactical support to Sales and Market Access. The role is field based and you will report to the Nordic Medical Director.

The key to success in this role is to develop and maintain scientific relationships with key stakeholders e.g., Nordic KOLs, Nordic Key Account Managers, Nordic Market Access Manager and Global Medical Advisors.

Field based work during and after COVID
The COVID pandemic has led to significant changes in the way Norgine and their external stakeholders work, and this has led to a fast adoption of digital solutions in the business and both communications and interactions with healthcare. Many of these changes are expected to be permanent and to further change the way to work. It is critical that you can embrace and further develop these digital changes.

Teamwork
Effective cross functional teamwork is crucial to Norgine’ s success, and you will work in both formal and informal team structures with colleagues in the Nordic medical and commercial organisation. Depending on the project you will have the role as a team leader or as team member.

A responsive Nordic Medical Organisation
It is important in this role to understand the needs of your key stakeholders, engage with decision makers and influencers, seek the most relevant solutions and make decisions based on insights.

Patient engagement
Patients inspire Norgine in their work and Norgine has a strong focus on bringing the voice of the patient into the organisation to bring knowledge and understanding of the patient situation to all employees. You are expected to lead the planning and implementation of Norgine’ s voice of the patient activities and projects.

Extrovert personality with a strong scientific background
We expect you to have a scientific master’s degree combined with experience from pharmaceutical clinical research and/or medical affairs tasks. Preferably you come with experience from either gastroenterology, hepatology, obstetrics, or nephrology. In addition you have a very good understanding of the Nordic healthcare systems. You are used to acquire a strong product and disease knowledge, in order to have a strong impact and obtain trust from internal and external stakeholders.

Personally, you are an extrovert individual and have excellent communication and interpersonal skills. Furthermore, you have great project management skills with the ability to plan and be accurate in the execution of these. You also have a genuine interest in the use of digital technologies for communication and interaction.  The role can be filled by candidates living in Sweden, Norway, Denmark or Finland and it is expected that you able to travel within the region when needed. It is a requirement that you have a high level of written and oral English and in one of the Scandinavian languages.

Take the next step forward in your career
This is your opportunity for a highly interesting role with lots of responsibility and independence, and where you get to combine a strong scientific approach with interesting extrovert activities. The recruitment process is carried out in collaboration with the consulting company Compass Human Resources Group. If you want to learn more about this position before submitting your application, please do not hesitate to contact Director Life Sciences & Healthcare Tom Zehngraff, on tel.: +45 70 20 12 75.

Please submit your application and CV as soon as possible, if you are interested. Applications will be processed on an ongoing basis. Please note that all enquiries will be handled with confidentiality and that we will reply to the email address from which you send your CV.

About Norgine
Norgine is one of Europe’s leading Specialty Care pharmaceutical companies with a unique ability to integrate new products and treatment options and deliver these to the benefit of healthcare systems and patients through an agile and flexible approach. Norgine acquires, develops and commercialises specialist and transformative products to add value to healthcare systems and make a difference to patients. Norgine was founded in 1906 and is still privately owned. Norgine is headquartered in the Netherlands and has sites and offices in 15 countries. Norgine employs over 1.500 employees. In the Nordics Norgine is headquartered in Herlev (Valby from December 2020).

For more information, please visit www.norgine.com

Deadline for application: As soon as possible
Workplace: Field based, living close to airport and occasionally at HQ, Copenhagen/Valby
Reference: 2001.326
Company: Norgine Nordic

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