Open Position

Title: Associate Director/Director Scientific Communications

Location: Remote/New York City

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If you are interested in the below position, please send your resume to [email protected] and REFERENCE THE POSITION TITLE within the subject line.


The AD/Director Scientific Communications is a professional with scientific, clinical and therapeutic area expertise responsible for providing medical support for TG Therapeutic products and compounds in development. This role functions internally as the product expert to lead the execution of key medical strategies and tactics that align with our corporate objectives and work collaboratively with other functions. The successful candidate will lead content development for medical affairs activities and assist in cross-functional medical review of materials.

Key Responsibilities

Lead the development of resources for use by the Field Medical teams including external content and internal training materials such as strategic medical briefs and Q&As

Development and maintenance of Medical Affairs training curriculum and field medical resources (training modules, slide decks)

Provide support for the Medical management of congresses, including development and management of medical symposiums, congress strategy, booth content development, and congress summaries

Produce, coordinate and manage medical and scientific content including medical and strategic review of all deliverables produced by vendor agencies

Drive advisory boards and work closely with Field Medical on insight-gathering initiatives

Implementation and maintenance of scientific communications platforms, and ensuring cross functional alignment and use of key messages

Collaborate with cross functional team on approaches to fill identified data and/or communication gaps in alignment with overall strategic objectives

Work cross-functionally in the development of high-visibility scientific abstracts, posters, presentations, and manuscripts

Rigorously evaluate medical literature as well as write, review, edit, and approve medical content to ensure appropriate clinical context and accuracy.

Serve as the disease area expert and providing support to cross functional team members, including onboarding and review of materials

Professional Experience/Qualifications

Oncology experience required; Hematology experience strongly preferred

Experience with medical affairs training/teaching strongly preferred

Proven ability to review, interpret and present complex scientific data

Demonstrated ability in project management and vendor management

Strong leadership skills, including demonstrated ability to lead a cross-functional team, and influence at all levels of an organization

Outstanding written and verbal communication and interpersonal skills.

Highly organized, detail-oriented, self-motivated, and able to work independently as well as within cross-functional teams in a fast-paced environment.

Proactive, hands-on approach and action-oriented – able to “get things done” within the organization.

Ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously, thinks critically, and adheres to deadlines.

Ability to travel (US and International, as needed) up to 30% for internal and external mtgs


Advanced degree in biosciences strongly preferred (i.e., MPH, MS, PhD, MD or PharmD) and 3+ years of experience within medical affairs and/or medical communications