Medical Science Liaison

Date: Oct 15, 2021

Location: remote – N/A, US, 19067

Company: Heraeus

Medical Science Liaison
Location remote – N/A
Full Time

Imagine a job where you will have the opportunity to do exciting and challenging work, while collaborating with extraordinary colleagues. A company that invests in you and your career, providing the training, mentoring, development and support you need to be successful now and in the future. If you want a career without limits with a market-leading family-owned, global company where you can make an impact, then imagine an opportunity at Heraeus. Every day, our worldwide team of around 14,800 employees are bringing forward new ideas and solutions that are impacting and transforming everything from healthcare to renewable energy to e-mobility to high-tech and telecommunications.


The following challenges await you:
Job Summary - The Medical Science Liaison role will collaborate (US and Outside US) with physicians and other medical experts to support trial enrollment, provide program and protocol training and ensure that health care professionals have the most up to date information as the clinical development programs mature.  This role will also focus on developing and maintaining peer-to-peer relationships with key medical experts, leading clinical studies as well as working with the Education and Marketing Team assessing, developing and training clinical education.
•  Develop and maintain peer-to-peer collaborations and relationships with key medical experts

•  Support clinical development initiatives including site identification, trial recruitment, registry, and presentation of final approved data

•  Collaborate with HCPs on medical affairs initiatives including publications, advisory boards, medical education opportunities, training, and speaker development

•  Serve as scientific peer-to-peer resource to external experts and internal stakeholders

•  Support the medical community with up-to-date medical information, robust disease expertise, and product information

•  Communicate clinical insights on new data associated within orthopedics

•  Assist with training internal stakeholders on key scientific and medical topics in relevant therapeutic area

•  Develop an understanding of the regional landscape including specialties involved in care of patients

•  Maintain effective and appropriate communication among internal stakeholders while maintaining full compliance with relevant requirements

•  Generate plans to provide needs based, value-added support of the medical and scientific community in-line with company goals

•  Uses systems to strategically map, identify, profile and prioritize thought leaders in line with the medical plan and goals

•  Maintain accurate reporting and documentation of MSL activities
Your Profile
Bachelor’s Degree in a related field of study

•  Demonstrate a high level of integrity, professionalism and reliability; exhibit a high level of motivation and initiative with the ability to meet deadlines 

•  Existing relationships with leading hip and knee surgeons preferred

•  Prior orthopedic clinical experience, Medical License preferred

•  The equivalent combination of education and experience will also be considered


Nearest Major Market: Philadelphia