he Rare Disease Content and Education Lead is responsible for leading and overseeing the Content & Education team and overseeing medical content strategy and creation, ongoing training, communications, budget management, and process documentation and improvement for select Rare Disease products in support of Global Medical, U.S. Field Medical, and country medical as applicable, including materials for the Pfizer medical website.
In addition, this role is responsible for strategizing and liaising with Digital on implementation of key technology and innovative solutions for medical material management, medical training, interactive and dynamic content development for various platforms, and other systems as identified in support of the Medical organization.
Oversees and manages team of Content & Education Directors and Project / Program Manager(s) in support of Global and US Medical content and education activities
Collaborates with broad Global and regional stakeholders on creation of Content & Education strategic plan for medical materials, including materials for the Pfizer medical website
Responsible for strategic creation and implementation of global framework for medical content material development, review, and training aligned with BM3.3 and overall transformation of Pfizer content development strategies
Responsible for strategy and relationship with Digital on implementation of key technology and innovative solutions for medical material management, training, interactive and dynamic content development for various platforms, and other solutions in support of Medical teams
Oversees strategy and execution of ongoing customer facing medical scientific training for assigned Rare Disease assets
Oversees strategy, creation and execution of congress external medical materials and internal training
Responsible for strategy and relationship with the Global and US Medical Leadership Teams on overall therapeutic training and content development needs
Oversees process documentation and improvement, as applicable
Champions internal training materials and external medical communication resources through appropriate medical review processes
Demonstrates mastery of all Pfizer and alliance (if applicable) SOPs and work instructions related to medical review
Oversees the coordination of external vendors, in alignment with Medical Strategies, in the creation of medical materials for external communications (e.g. Customer Facing Medical HCP interactions)
Oversees Global and US Rare Disease Medical Content & Education budget planning and maintenance.
Works with Global Medical TAs & Global Content Team on the analysis of Strategic Insights that inform utility of and future needs for fieldresources, HQ team members, and evolving HCP needs
Foresees future content needs and prioritizes focus areas (or scales team) toappropriately meet needs
Liaise with legal, compliance and governance on processes and issues related to Content & Education deliverables
Stays current on Global and local regulations and guidance that impact interactions with and delivery of medical information to external healthcare professionals and patients
Stays current on and recommends new and innovative content creation formats and approaches, including digital formats, interactive and dynamic formats, and modular content approach, etc.; act as champion for innovative and omnichannel solutions and ensure appropriate expertise available on team
Stays current on all relevant Pfizer SOPs and guidance documents.
Serve on Rare Disease Medical and cross-functional, cross divisional and cross business unit committees as needed.
Represent Pfizer Medical Affairs with external MD-based professional associations and/or societies.
Contribute expertise and insights to content teams, brand teams and other cross-functional workstreams as a trained physician
10+ years of pharmaceutical industry experience required
Previous people management experience preferred
Proven experience in developing content strategies and creative ideas
Multimedia and omnichannel experience preferred
Ability to create digital content included using an interactive PDF format, A/V (video, podcasts, etc.) and other dynamic content preferred
Demonstrated ability to rapidly adopt and utilize new digital technology and other resources (e.g. iPad, Acronis, WEBEX, on-demand video-conference, OneMED)
Experience working with data visualization tools, such as D3.js, Qlik, Tableau, etc. a plus
Demonstrated ability to train other health-care personnel preferred
Previous Rare Disease / TA experience is preferred
Customer Facing medical experience preferred
Previous scientific communication experience preferred
Excellent written and oral communication skills
Strong strategic, analytical and interpersonal skills
Ability to work independently with shown flexibility and organizational awareness
Ability to create & oversee complex projects, including budget management & fiscal awareness
Ability to effectively collaborate across multiple functions including Medical (Customer Facing and HQ), Medical Information, Corporate Communications, Digital, and Commercial
Must be decisive, exercise good judgment in decisions, organized and with the ability to prioritize a large workload.
Ability to manage resources, programs and multiple projects.
Is a role model of Pfizer's Values of Courage, Excellence, Equity and Joy
Flexibility to travel 20% of the time, including potentially international travel
Candidate demonstrates a breadth of diverse leadership experiences and capabilities including: the ability to influence and collaborate with peers, develop and coach others, oversee and guide the work of other colleagues to achieve meaningful outcomes and create business impact
NON-STANDARD WORK SCHEDULE, TRAVEL OR ENVIRONMENT REQUIREMENTS
Domestic and/or international travel up to 20% of time likely.
NYC/East Coast work hours coverage preferred.
Pfizer requires all U.S. new hires to be fully vaccinated for COVID-19 prior to the first date of employment. As required by applicable law, Pfizer will consider requests for Reasonable Accommodations.
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