Sanofi Group Thought Leader Liaison, U.S. Hematologic Oncology and Transplant, Mid-Atlantic/Southeast in Raleigh, North Carolina
Thought Leader Liaison, U.S. Hematologic Oncology and Transplant
Sanofi-Genzyme’s Thought Leader Liaison is expected to possess a high level of clinical and customer knowledge, have experience with both field and headquarters protocols and procedures, and possess drive and spirit to engage and influence health care professionals to help build educational platforms and inform the execution of current and future brand and disease-state strategies.
The Thought Leader Liaison (TLL), U.S. Hematologic Oncology and Transplant role is a field-based, marketing role that works closely with multiple myeloma Key Opinion Leaders (KOLs) to ensure cross-functional commercial resources are made available as appropriate. The TLL will also work closely, and within approved SOPs, with the other field professionals, including but not limited to RBDs (Regional Business Director), ABMs (Area Business Manager) and MSLs; in addition to home office based colleagues in Marketing, Medical Affairs, Sales, and Market Access.
Behaviors that are critical for success in this role are collaboration, communication, planning, relationship building, and the ability to execute tactical initiatives and provide timely feedback. TLLs will report to the U.S. Hematologic Oncology and Transplant Lead.
JOB RESPONSIBILTIES: The TLL job responsibilities are focused in three key areas. All TLL interactions are on-label and consistent with commercial compliance, legal and regulatory guidelines.
KOL Engagement and Advocacy Development
Align with cross functional teammates, to orchestrate resources with the top KOLs, as determined by Brand Team through influence and centers of excellence mapping
Identify, profile, cultivate and maintain long-term relationships with KOLs within the oncology community
Engage in on-label conversations focused on topics such as product, disease state, and company, at appropriate venues
Execute unique, on-label, and approved KOL programming (e.g. disease state and product) as directed by leadership
Compliantly collaborate and communicate with the field team on each assigned KOL, to ensure strategic and tactical cohesiveness
Serve as single point of contact to resolve KOL issues
Execute a customer centric needs based approach with targeted KOLs
Plan and execute KOL engagements and executive encounters at local, regional and national conferences; POAs; field visits, and other venues as directed in a compliant manner
Capture feedback derived from brand needs through live interactions with targeted customers and KOLs
Work with targeted KOLs to obtain feedback on new and existing brand-related marketing strategies/materials (all materials and programs a TLL will request feedback will be approved by legal, compliance and regulatory)
Participate as member of cross-functional brand team(s) to provide feedback on strategy, messaging, and tactical execution and novel programming ideas and concepts
Provide competitive intelligence gained through interactions to help shape strategy.
Facilitate cross-functional planning, recruitment, and execution of regional and national advisory boards, capturing feedback to inform brand decisions.
Identify, align, and recruit appropriate HCP consultants to engage to meet the need profiled by marketing leaders to meet the organizational goal for each project.
Speaker Bureau Operations and Content
Assist with on-label KOL development, including identification and/or training/coaching of promotional speakers with approved slide decks and materials
Assist in the execution of speaker contracting when requested, including but not limited to completion annual budget plan, recommendations and nominations, tiering, debarring, FMV, and contract execution
Compliantly train speakers on approved promotional slide decks, and assist with completion of annual compliance training
Plan and execute annual speaker training summit, and ensure speakers are updated on any content changes prior to program execution
Attend all live HCP TLL region programming to observe, coach, and remediate the speaker where necessary to ensure compliant execution of content
Assist with new content creation and existing content updates and annual renewals
Manage monthly reporting on Speaker Program KPIs and field force performance
Serve as the single point of contact for high volume speaker logistic / scheduling and working cross functionally to ensure appropriate communication
Lead planning, execution and pull-through of GPO in-practice programs
A minimum of five years of work experience in one or more of the following: field sales, product marketing, or medical / clinical experience in the same or related therapeutic area within the pharmaceutical / biotech industry
Demonstrated leadership skills
Ability to assemble and lead cross-functional teams toward a shared vision of success
Ability to present ideas effectively to individuals or groups, targeting presentation to the needs of the audience
Strong organizational skills
Strong project management experience, including superior analytical and planning skills
Ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously
Ability to execute against strategic and tactical plans under tight timelines
Ability to travel to meetings/trainings/programs as necessary
Valid driver's license
Must reside within the geographic area of the assigned territory, or within a reasonable distance as determined by leadership
60% - 80% travel likely; could be less based on geography
Master's degree in related field
Multiple myeloma experience
Infusion product experience a plus
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