ISMPP Job Board

July Listings

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Position Titles:

Associate Director, Publications Mgmt

Director - Publications Planning

Medical Writer/Communicator 

Sr. Manager, Scientific Publication Writer - Medical Affairs

Senior Publication Manager

Senior Publication Manager

Stellar Client Solutions Lead


Position: Associate Director, Publications Mgmt
Company: Regeneron Pharmaceuticals
Location: Tarrytown, NY

This position requires strong scientific and extensive publication management experience. Work with company scientists and other internal stakeholders, study investigators and authors, external pharmaceutical company partners, and medical communication agencies in leading cross-functional publication teams for one or more therapeutic areas for the development of scientific publication plans (covering research manuscripts and conference presentations) and their execution. Demonstrated ability to work with stakeholders in a pharma company setting and manage publication vendors is required. Ability to write manuscripts is a must.

Responsibilities:

  • Lead cross-functional publication teams (together with other pharma partners) to develop, manage and execute the publication plan of one or more therapeutic areas. This involves the development and submission of clinical manuscripts, abstracts, and scientific meeting presentations with company teams, publication vendors, external collaborators, scientists, and medical experts.

  • Understand the science of the assigned therapeutic areas. Guide and oversee publication vendors, contract writers and editors, draft budgets, and travel to scientific conferences as needed.

  • Write manuscripts, abstracts, posters on behalf of authors.

Requirements:

  • At least 6 years in medical communications or publications management, of which 2-3 years must have been spent in independently leading cross-functional publication teams to develop and execute therapeutic area-specific publication plans. Some or all of this experience must be from a pharmaceutical company; additional experience in a medical communication agency is a plus. Experience in medical writing required.

  • Quickly develop a firm scientific understanding of the therapeutic area(s) covered; should possess an understanding of clinical study design, statistics, and pharmaceutical research and development. Familiarity with statistical analysis plans and clinical study reports.

  • Must be able to write manuscripts, abstracts, posters on behalf of authors. Oversee publication vendors, contract writers and editors, drafting publication budgets. Prior use of publication software (e.g., Datavision) a plus.

  • Excellent knowledge of and compliance with Good publication practices, ICMJE guidelines, CONSORT, Sunshine Act

  • Strong project management skills, with demonstrated ability to work on multiple projects efficiently are important. Excellent written and oral communication skills are required. Additionally, exemplary professional interaction with internal stakeholders and external authors is expected.

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Position: Director - Publications Planning
Company: Intercept Pharmaceuticals
Location: U.S. - New York (US Headquarters)

The Dir. Publication leads and provides direction to the Publication Leads who are responsible for the strategic and tactical publication projects in alignment with the medical strategies in PBC and NASH. The Dir. Publication and his/her team create and update the Global Publication Plans and related tactics (e.g. abstracts, congress presentations, manuscripts) and support the cross-functional teams involved in publication activities. The Dir. Publication also will provide appropriate directions to external agencies/consultants to support timely, in a cost-effective manner, various project. He/she will communicate regular status updates to internal stakeholders. The Dir. Publication will apply disease-area and product expertise to a wide variety of cross-functional projects including the adoption of publication-related best practices, management systems and processes across the entire organization.

  • Responsible for the execution of the medical strategies and objectives into an actionable Global Publication Plan (GPP) for Ocaliva across liver diseases.

  • Optimize partnerships to ensure all congress planning activities reflect medical strategies. Ensure broad cross-functional alignment, execute an all-inclusive annual publication planning meeting to address and revisit unmet needs, gaps, SWOT, assessment of the scientific/competitive landscape.

  • Ensure the overall oversight, update and execution of the strategic and tactical GPP in alignment with the approved medical strategies, data availability, changes in the regulatory and access landscapes globally and in markets of interest. Gain endorsement of the GPP by governance bodies per company process prior to plan execution.

  • Establish efficient and user-friendly processes to removing unnecessary silos and bottle necks.

  • Develop publication key performance indicators (KPIs), generate analytic reports related to publication projects.

  • Serve as subject matter expert and demonstrate deep understanding of various disease areas, medical strategies and objectives required to provide input and guidance on matters related to publication planning and data disclosure.

  • Demonstrate disease state expertise and knowledge of current medical and/or regulatory issues related to company products, provide scientific/clinical direction.

  • Oversee the overall publication budget and resource utilization, monthly reporting, forecasts and budget plans. Collaborate with Procurement for periodical vendor business reviews and RFP assessments.

  • Responsible for the development, maintenance, rollout and adherence to corporate policies, SOPs, WPs describing Intercept’s publication practices. Proactively provide expertise and train stakeholders on publication-related best practices and industry trends to optimize adoption.

  • Support publication standardization to ensure consistent and compliant practices across cross-functional teams involved in publication activities (e.g. Affiliates, Market Access, etc.) and as per company process.

  • Partner with Ex. Dir. SciCom and Compliance/Legal to design, conduct internal quality inspections, monitor, and develop audit readiness procedures.

  • Scientific or graduate level degree (PhD, PharmD, DO, MSc, NP, PA, etc.).

  • Minimum of 8 years of industry experience (preferably in Scientific Communications or Publication Agency).

  • Global, pre and post-product launch experience.

  • Member of a professional society is a plus.

  • Ability to prioritize concurrent projects with tight deadlines and operate in a highly compliance-driven environment.

  • Expertise with relevant publication-related recommendations and guidelines (e.g. ICMJE, GPP3,etc.).

  • Ability to interpret and synthesize complex clinical/scientific findings, statistical reports, translate findings and adapt messages for diverse audiences.

  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office applications and hands-on experience with various management systems.

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Position: Medical Writer/Communicator
Company: Eubio
Location: Remote

Are you great at medical writing? Do you love publications? Do you get a thrill from engaging with clients and earning their trust? How about travel — is it high on your “must do” list?

If so, you may be the perfect candidate to join a vibrant team of medical communicators who are committed to serving clients with both scientific integrity and joy!

Eubio is seeking medical writers/communicators to be part of our innovative team. To support our high standards and the exemplary work that our clients expect, we are looking for a team member who possesses the following traits:

  • Scientific expertise

  • Strong commitment to client satisfaction

  • Impeccable integrity

  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills

  • Ability to work in a team environment and interact at all levels

  • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills

  • Capacity to manage time effectively

Job Requirements:

Applicants must have a minimum of a master’s degree in a science-related discipline with 2-3 years of work experience, great attention to detail, stellar interpersonal and communication acumen, and a sincere desire to serve clients with the goal of making their lives easier.

These are remote, contract (per project, as needed) positions and applicants with significant experience working as independent contractors will be given preference.

Apply via Email: Resume and work samples can be sent to [email protected].

Due to the high volume of applicants, only those selected for interviews will be contacted.

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Position: Sr. Manager, Scientific Publication Writer - Medical Affairs
Company: Corcept Therapeutics
Location: Menlo Park, CA

Job Description:

Provide scientific, operational, and medical writing support to Medical Affairs through various means and activities. Primarily responsible for the development of high-quality scientific/clinical abstracts, posters, and manuscripts. Accountable for the management and prioritization of workload to ensure timely and high-quality deliverables.

Responsibilities:

Scientific Writing
  • Interpret, analyze, and develop high-quality scientific content for medical affairs-led publication initiatives (including abstracts, posters, manuscripts and presentations).

  • Maintain advanced therapeutic area and product expertise through proactive review and analysis of available and emerging scientific/clinical evidence to produce publications that are scientifically accurate, relevant and timely.

  • Develop and execute the plan to appropriately communicate/disseminate abstracts, posters, manuscripts, oral presentations and other documents to inform/educate Corcept personnel and external audiences.

Publication Planning

  • Perform literature searches and gap analyses to develop a robust publications plan in close collaboration with cross-functional Corcept stakeholders.

  • Ensure alignment of the publications plan with all corporate policies and industry guidelines (ICMJE, GPP3).

  • Project Management

  • Manage all administrative/operational requirements of the publications plan, including chairing cross-functional publications steering committee meetings and managing the publications budget.

  • Lead and manage the execution of publication plans across the product portfolio.

  • Establish credibility and build trust with external authors, internal stakeholders and cross-functional Team members in data management, biostatistics, regulatory affairs, and medical affairs to produce timely and high-quality publications.

Policies and Procedures

  • Ensure publications are developed, reviewed and approved according to Corcept’s policies and procedures.

  • Maintain familiarity with current industry practices and regulatory requirements and guidelines that affect medical writing and publications.

  • Develop, enhance, and implement Medical Affairs policies, procedures, and processes necessary to achieve organizational objectives and ensure compliance with Corcept and external (e.g., government, institutional) regulations.

Preferred/Required Education and Experience:

  • Advanced scientific degree (e.g. M.S., D., PharmD) preferred.

  • 6+ years of related work experience in the pharmaceutical industry in medical affairs, publications, and/or medical communications.

  • Experience with preparing scientific publications (abstracts, posters, manuscripts and presentations).

  • Proficient with online literature searches using a variety of professional tools/databases.

  • Knowledge of GPP3 and ICMJE industry guidelines.

  • Experience in publication planning (ISMPP membership &/or CMPP certification desired).

  • Solid understanding of the US healthcare environment, clinical trial/drug development, FDA regulations and other relevant guidelines.

  • Previous experience in endocrinology preferred.

Preferred Skills, Qualifications, or Technical Proficiencies:

  • Work independently and collaboratively with cross-functional Teams and external experts in a dynamic.

  • Effectively adapt to changing business needs, conditions, and responsibilities.

  • Prioritize and manage multiple tasks/projects in the face of ambiguity and achieve results on time.

  • Excellent data analysis, synthesis, medical writing and editorial skills.

  • Strong problem solving, influencing, and negotiation skills to build effective working relationships within Corcept and with external experts.

  • Strong proficiency with Endnote (or equivalent), MS Office (Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint), scientific search engines (PubMed, Google Scholar), and online journal/conference submission systems.

  • Occasional travel for conferences and meetings

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Position: Senior Publication Manager 
Company: Intercept Pharmaceuticals
Location: San Diego, CA

The Sr. Publication Manager/Publication Manager will interpret scientific/clinical data, lead the development of key publications, and may be involved in the medical writing of some publication projects. The Sr. Publication Manager will drive the process and provide input into the global publication plan across disease settings. He/she will support the efficient planning, tracking and timely dissemination of key data while establishing strong partnerships with key medical leaders, investigators, and internal cross-functional stakeholders.

The Sr. Publication Manager will provide appropriate directions to external agencies/consultants to support timely and cost-effective project management. He/she will communicate regular status updates to internal stakeholders. Additionally, Sr. Publication Manager will apply disease-area and product expertise to a wide variety of cross-functional projects. He/she will partner with the Ex. Dir. SciCom and Compliance/Legal Team to design, conduct internal quality inspections, monitor, and develop audit-readiness guidance documents.

PREREQUISITES:

  • Scientific or graduate level degree (MS, PharmD, PhD, NP, PA, etc.).

  • Minimum of 3 years of industry-based experience.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
  • Demonstrate disease state expertise and knowledge of current medical and/or regulatory issues related to company products.

  • Serve as subject matter expert on Ocaliva and to the Medical Affairs Disease Teams to support cross-functional strategies and tactics.

  • Provide scientific/clinical direction, manage and deliver on global publication plan.

  • Establish relationships with both internal and external stakeholders while ensuring strong partnerships with key opinion leaders, researchers, and professional societies.

  • Manage projects, develop and/or oversee the development of abstracts, posters, oral presentations, manuscripts and other documents to ensure appropriate data dissemination.

  • Effectively manage simultaneously projects in a timely and cost-efficient manner.

  • Develop Key Performance Indicators (KPIs), generate analytic reports related to publication projects.

  • Provide frequent and ongoing status updates to management and internal stakeholders.

  • Support publication standardization to ensure consistent and compliant practices across cross-functional teams (e.g. Global, affiliates, etc.).

  • Attend medical conferences, other professional meetings.

  • Manage funds and resources appropriately.

  • Assist with the updating and development of policies, standard operating procedures (SOPs) as well as work practices (WPs).

  • Partner with Ex. Dir. SciCom and Compliance/Legal to design, conduct internal quality inspections, monitor, and develop audit readiness procedures.

QUALIFICATIONS/SKILLS:

  • Relevant therapeutic background/clinical experience is preferred.

  • Awareness of compliance issues and guidelines around medical education and publications practices (ICMJE, GPP3, HIPAA, GRDP, Sunshine Act, etc.).

  • Ability to interpret and synthesize complex clinical/scientific findings, statistical reports, ability to translate findings and adapt messages for diverse audiences.

  • Strong customer focus.

  • Ability to work with cross-functional teams, and to execute multiple projects simultaneously and in a timely, and cost-efficient manner.

  • Excellent written, verbal and interpersonal communication skills.

  • A global mindset and foreign languages are considered strong assets.

  • Flexibility of approach, a positive attitude, strong ability to prioritize projects effectively and communicate at all levels within the company.

  • Ability to manage external vendors and provide clear, concise guidance.

  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office applications, and system management experience (e.g. Datavision, SharePoint, Veeva Vault, etc.).

  • Some travel may be required to represent company at medical conferences, presentations, and other meetings.

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Position: Senior Publication Manager
Company: Intercept Pharmaceuticals
Location: New York

The Sr. Publication Manager/Publication Manager will interpret scientific/clinical data, lead the development of key publications, and may be involved in the medical writing of some publication projects. The Sr. Publication Manager will drive the process and provide input into the global publication plan across disease settings. He/she will support the efficient planning, tracking and timely dissemination of key data while establishing strong partnerships with key medical leaders, investigators, and internal cross-functional stakeholders.

The Sr. Publication Manager will provide appropriate directions to external agencies/consultants to support timely and cost-effective project management. He/she will communicate regular status updates to internal stakeholders. Additionally, Sr. Publication Manager will apply disease-area and product expertise to a wide variety of cross-functional projects. He/she will partner with the Ex. Dir. SciCom and Compliance/Legal Team to design, conduct internal quality inspections, monitor, and develop audit-readiness guidance documents.
PREREQUISITES:

  • Scientific or graduate level degree (MS, PharmD, PhD, NP, PA, etc.).

  • Minimum of 3 years of industry-based experience.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
  • Demonstrate disease state expertise and knowledge of current medical and/or regulatory issues related to company products.

  • Serve as subject matter expert on Ocaliva and to the Medical Affairs Disease Teams to support cross-functional strategies and tactics.

  • Provide scientific/clinical direction, manage and deliver on global publication plan.

  • Establish relationships with both internal and external stakeholders while ensuring strong partnerships with key opinion leaders, researchers, and professional societies.

  • Manage projects, develop and/or oversee the development of abstracts, posters, oral presentations, manuscripts and other documents to ensure appropriate data dissemination.

  • Effectively manage simultaneously projects in a timely and cost-efficient manner.

  • Develop Key Performance Indicators (KPIs), generate analytic reports related to publication projects.

  • Provide frequent and ongoing status updates to management and internal stakeholders.

  • Support publication standardization to ensure consistent and compliant practices across cross-functional teams (e.g. Global, affiliates, etc.).

  • Attend medical conferences, other professional meetings.

  • Manage funds and resources appropriately.

  • Assist with the updating and development of policies, standard operating procedures (SOPs) as well as work practices (WPs).

  • Partner with Ex. Dir. SciCom and Compliance/Legal to design, conduct internal quality inspections, monitor, and develop audit readiness procedures.

QUALIFICATIONS/SKILLS:
  • Relevant therapeutic background/clinical experience is preferred.

  • Awareness of compliance issues and guidelines around medical education and publications practices (ICMJE, GPP3, HIPAA, GRDP, Sunshine Act, etc.).

  • Ability to interpret and synthesize complex clinical/scientific findings, statistical reports, ability to translate findings and adapt messages for diverse audiences.

  • Strong customer focus.

  • Ability to work with cross-functional teams, and to execute multiple projects simultaneously and in a timely, and cost-efficient manner.

  • Excellent written, verbal and interpersonal communication skills.

  • A global mindset and foreign languages are considered strong assets.

  • Flexibility of approach, a positive attitude, strong ability to prioritize projects effectively and communicate at all levels within the company.

  • Ability to manage external vendors and provide clear, concise guidance.

  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office applications, and system management experience (e.g. Datavision, SharePoint, Veeva Vault, etc.).

  • Some travel may be required to represent company at medical conferences, presentations, and other meetings.

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Position: Stellar Client Solutions Lead
Company: Eubio
Location: Remote

Are you thoughtful and genuinely considerate of the needs of others? Does making others smile make your heart happy? Do you possess superstar vision, that allows you to see opportunities and inspire both clients and team members, as you help them achieve their goals?

Eubio is an innovative and growing firm that creates valuable scientific communications developed by physicians, scientists, and nurses with the mission of sharing information that inspires us all to live our most healthful lives!

We are opening our doors to one remarkable person who:

  • Is driven to innovate and implement solutions that benefit clients and team members alike

  • Operates with the utmost integrity

  • Thrives in a fast-paced, team-oriented culture

  • Enjoys and excels at organizing and inspiring teams to exceed client expectations, and achieve shared goals

  • Is a superstar at discovering new ways to delight clients and nurture and grow Eubio accounts

  • Possesses the tech savvy to optimize productivity tools within a remote environment, including the Microsoft Office and Google Suite products

Our Stellar Client Solutions Lead will Build, Serve and Lead our amazing team of people. To learn more visit www.eubio.com for the full job description.

Apply via Email: with resume to [email protected].

This is a remote, full-time position. Eubio values our team members and offers competitive salaries and a benefits package that is built with happiness in mind.

Resume and work samples should be sent to [email protected]

Due to the high volume of applicants, only those selected for interviews will be contacted.

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