The Clinical Nurse Educator (CNE) will represent our client and its pipeline product, currently under investigation for treatment of ALK-positive Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer (NSCLC). The CNE is responsible for promoting the safe and effective use of the Client’s products and the growth of the company. Specifically, the CNE will provide peer to peer product and disease state knowledge to community-based oncology care providers.
The educational sessions, clinical in-services and product training provided by the CNE will support the safe and effective utilization and demand for the product. The CNE will collaborate with the field sales teams to identify and prioritize activities in key accounts to advance the outcomes of patients.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Provide clinical in-services and scientific education to academic and community-based oncology nurses and related HCPs in target offices and hospital systems about managing treatment emergent adverse effects (TEAE) and the correct use of the product
Develop peer relationships with stakeholders and establish rapport through highly effective interactions and engagements
Build authentic relationships based on value of experience, expertise and delivery of service to community based oncologists and related HCPs
Demonstrate clinical, scientific and technical expertise in the oncology therapeutic areas
Develop, coordinate and assure implementation of corporate, scientific and clinical strategies within the specific cancer community
Respond to requests from field-based sales to interact with community-based HCPs to provide described educational sessions
Collect and communicate customer insights to inform development of effective customer education tools to enhance safe and effective use of the product
Discover and communicate relevant customer information to support medical and commercial strategies as appropriate
Educate colleagues on products, pathways of care, barriers to safe and appropriate use, techniques to overcome barriers, etc. as appropriate
May deliver “speaker slide decks” at Speaker Programs as needed
Represent the company and support select local and regional scientific meetings. Interpret and report findings with recommendations for action to relevant internal stakeholders.
Collect and communicate clinical insights and intelligence on the market environment, clinical strategies, competition and other developments relevant to the company’s success
As requested, assist in the creation of educational and presentation materials in support of customer needs
Work toward meeting established program metrics, complete all administrative responsibilities consistent with SOPs and departmental guidelines including but not limited to required training, field activity documentation, expense reporting and other assigned tasks
Participate in and successfully complete all internal education / training on SOPs, policies and relevant products; as well as all compliance training and regulatory education relevant to pharmaceutical industry
Manage travel and local expenses in accordance with company policies
Bachelor’s Degree Required (BSN). Advanced Practice Nurse preferred (MSN, NP)
Active nursing license in good standing
3 years clinical nurse experience required
1 year hematology or oncology experience required
Pharmaceutical industry experience preferred (field based medical, clinical educator, medical information, sales)
A working knowledge of regulatory and compliance requirements is needed
Exceptional organizational and time management skills are required to effectively carry out the responsibilities of this position
Ability to build productive work relationships both internally and externally
Individuals must possess strong interpersonal skills including excellent verbal and written communication
Computer skills including Excel, Word, PowerPoint and programs such as Adobe ® are expected
A willingness to travel frequently within assigned geographical territory, including overnight travel. May be requested to travel out of territory to attend meetings and assist with coverage
The Medical Affairs Company (TMAC) is a leading provider of comprehensive medical affairs solutions for the pharmaceutical industry. We provide pharmaceutical, medical device and diagnostic industries a complete array of strategic and tactical medical affairs solutions, including outsourced and consultative field-based medical (Nurse Educator, Nurse Liaison, Medical Science Liaison, HEOR) programs..., field-medical knowledge management solutions and medical communications services. All TMAC programs are managed by highly credentialed directors with industry experience leading medical affairs activities.
Our leadership team understands and monitors important trends in the pharmaceutical industry. Founded by the creators of the first Contract Medical Organization (CMO) in 1997, The Medical Affairs Company (TMAC) quickly emerged and has maintained its leadership position providing biopharmaceutical and medical device Clients with strategically aligned, flexible and customized field- based medical programs. The TMAC team has partnered with over one hundred clients across myriad therapeutic areas deploying field-based medical teams who engage in the full spectrum of scientific exchange, including new approaches to disease management, new product introductions, product expansions and medically-accepted practice issues.
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