Senior Medical Advisor - Eosinophilic Diseases (m/f/d)



Munich, Germany
Posted on Saturday, February 10, 2024

GSK’s portfolio spans three product areas: vaccines, specialty and general medicines and our focus is to deliver better and faster for patients globally. Our unrivalled vaccine portfolio targets infectious diseases at every stage of life, helping to reduce the burden of disease for hundreds of millions of people. GSK has exceptional capabilities in vaccine science and technologies, including adjuvant/protein and mRNA. In specialty medicines, we are at the forefront of HIV prevention and treatment, and we are building our presence in key therapeutic areas such as oncology and immuno-inflammation. General medicines include our inhaled medicines for asthma and COPD, antibiotics, and medicines for skin diseases.

By 2031, we aim to deliver more than £33 billion in annual sales – a step-change in performance and growth which will significantly increase the positive impact we can have on the health of billions of patients around the world. And we’re confident in our future. Our pipeline of 21 vaccines and 43 medicines includes many with potential to be first or best-in-class opportunities for patients.

Senior Medical Advisor - Eosinophilic Diseases (m/f/d)

The Senior Medical Advisor - Eosinophilic Diseases is an office-based, field directed medical professional who uses medical knowledge and medical insights to develop and execute the country medical affairs plan under the general supervision of the Medical Affairs Lead. The senior Medical Advisor is responsible for the pipeline and portfolio strategy and engages in senior management communication, provides cutting edge scientific information to external stakeholders, and leads innovative projects to change the care situation for patients with eosinophilic diseases.

This is a position with focus on established and pipeline products within our respiratory portfolio. It offers an exciting opportunity for an individual with the ambition to apply science to shape healthcare and deliver solutions to improve care.

Key Responsibilities

This role will provide you the opportunity to lead key activities as follows:

  • Development and execution of the Medical Affairs plan in alignment with the global strategy while reflecting the specifics of the country e.g., different standards of care, reimbursement timeline
  • Planning and implementation of local Medical Affairs activities of established and pipeline products within agreed timelines and budgets
  • Establishing and maintaining strategic relationships with external experts, healthcare institutions and scientific societies
  • Planning and execution of advice seeking activities; contributing to GSK sponsored meetings and symposia, preparing and delivering scientific presentations
  • Mentoring and sparring for junior colleagues
  • Forward-looking, methodical and strategic thinking to develop innovative supply concepts with an entrepreneurial mind-set and creativity to recognize and explore innovative new paths
  • Close collaboration with marketing functions for the development of promotional and educational materials in line with the Pharmaceutical Law, GSK Code of Practice and other standards
  • Collaboration with the global therapeutic area team for scientific exchange and co-creation of the disease area strategy and tactics

Qualifications & Skills

We are looking for professionals with these required skills to achieve our goals:

  • Advanced medical or life science degree (e.g., MD, PhD, PharmD)
  • Several years’ experience within the pharmaceutical industry, including Medical Affairs and launch experience
  • Ability to interpret the results of studies in line with Evidence Based Medicine (EBM) principles
  • Growth mindset with the willingness and ability to challenge the status quo
  • Ambitious for patients, accountable for impact, agile in execution
  • Experience in the following therapeutic areas is highly desirable: respiratory diseases, chronic inflammatory diseases
  • Flexibility to travel in Germany; international travel may be required too
  • Excellent written/verbal communication skills in German and English

Find out more:

Annual Report 2022

Product Pipeline


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