Medical Director, Clinical Development, Oncology (Solid Tumors)

Tarrytown, New York, United States of America
Jul 24, 2021
Required Education
Position Type
Full time
The Medical Director, Clinical Sciences, Oncology is a qualified physician, with pharmaceutical industry and/or academic experience in oncology drug development. She/he will work closely with other members of Global Clinical Development, contributing to the creation of Clinical Development Plans that meet international regulatory standards. She/he will serve as Scientific and Medical Lead for clinical trials according to GCP. She/he is responsible for the design of clinical study concepts leading to clinical trial protocols and also for the medical/scientific supervision of individual clinical trials, accountable for all deliverables of clinical trials under her/his direct responsibility. She/he contributes to scientific advisory boards, study steering committees and safety monitoring boards.

A typical day in the life may include the following activites:
• Reviews and finalizes the medical and scientific portions of clinical trial protocols
• Accountable, along with CTM, for timely clinical trial execution and quality of deliverables
• Leads and supervises the work of Clinical Team to produce high quality program deliverables on schedule
• Identifies program risks, creates and implements mitigation strategies
• Maintains and develops relationship with key program investigators
• Organizes clinical advisory boards, steering committees and data safety monitoring boards as required
• Responsible for the medical content of clinical study reports
• Reviews and finalizes clinical study concepts for presentation to Therepeutic Area Head and Development Teams
• Accountable, along with trial manager, for timely clinical trial execution and quality of deliverables

This job may be for you if you:
• Have expertise in oncology drug development
• Have working knowledge of GCP, ICH, US FDA and EMEA regulations
• Have successfully conducted exploratory clinical and/or confirmatory development
• Have rigorous work ethics with focus on details and high-quality results
• Can work in matrix environment (""dotted- line"" authority)
• Have superior written and oral communication skills
• Can develop original ideas

To be considered for this position, an M.D. or M.D./Ph.D. is required with strong preference for formal clinical training in medical oncology or relevant area with a minimum of 1-2 years of industry experience or significant experience in academic clinical research.

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