The Senior Associate, Medical Affairs provides operational and logistical support for Medical Affairs educational programs and facilitates opportunities for Medical Affairs and commercial client engagement. The primary role is to support the Molecular Tumor Board (MTB) Program which supports health care provider's knowledge and understanding of how cancer genomics, molecular diagnostic testing, and precision medicine converge to benefit cancer patient care. The role will work directly with institutions as well as a variety of internal cross-functional partners to execute molecular tumor board meetings effectively. The incumbent may work frequently with health care providers, compliance and legal functions, commercial team members, and external consultants and vendors.
Manage Multiple Institutional MTB Programs
Support requests from external clients for MTBs including the coordination of dates, times, and basic case details to be presented.
Lead all technical aspects of web-based MTB meetings, including calendar and Webex/Zoom meeting management.
Maintain communication and coordination across the many MTB stakeholders to ensure the success of their participation and input.
Collect, collate and disseminate information from internal and external sources as needed before, during, and after MTB meetings.
Coordinate interactions with FMI internal MTB team members and consultants for clinical coverage and full genomic information during each MTB.
Collect and collate materials, often under short deadline, to develop slide deck presentations.
Ensure proper execution in a timely manner of follow-up as needed on executed MTB meetings.
Maintain MTB metric trackers and recorded archives.
Process consultant invoices and assist in the budget management process.
Participate in the development and integration of automated MTB web-based application with strategic partners.
Support the initiation of new Institutional MTBs
Manage key strategic projects for MTB Program
Manage input from cross functional stakeholders
Develop process guidelines as needed
Develop communication strategy for relevant stakeholders
Be a resource to fellow team members
Contribute to broader projects within Medical Affairs as needed.
Other duties as assigned.
Bachelor's Degree in a health or science related field
3+ years of administrative or operational experience in a biotech, pharmaceutical, clinical research organization (CRO), or hospital
Master's degrees( MS in Scientific discipline)
Understanding of HIPAA and the importance of patient data privacy
Commitment to FMI's values: innovation, patients, collaboration, and passion
Prior professional experience in a customer service environment
Familiarity with cancer biology and/or genomics terminology
Exceptionally strong administrative and organizational skillset; ability to anticipate and act upon team needs
Strength in interpersonal communication skills (verbal and written)
Demonstrated ability to interact effectively within a department and cross functionally
Demonstrated history of direct interaction with a variety of healthcare clients, including previous interaction with medical practices in both the community and academic setting
Ability to work in a fast-paced health care environment
Ability to exercise good judgment in a variety of situations to maintain a realistic balance among multiple priorities, including with time management and prioritizing
Strong sense of professionalism
High level of integrity and strong work ethic
High level of detail orientation with a focus on quality
Ability to work well under pressure while maintaining a professional demeanor