Senior Manager Strategic Marketing
- Experience Level
- Experienced (non-manager)
Global Marketing Manager – Renal Diseases
I’m partnered with a global pharmaceutical company, whom are world leaders within the CVRM space with multiple blockbuster products both marketed and new innovations. We’re seeking an expert with a pipeline strategy marketing background and expertise working on renal diseases such as Chronic Kidney Disease and more.
Tasks & Responsibilities:
- Lead all strategic marketing activities for renal disease assets
- Drive commercialization activities: from SOD to Proof of Clinical Concept (PoCP),
- Potential for ownership over agreed assets
- Activities include Patient, customer and competitive insight development
- Product positioning, e.g. target product profile shaping, evidence plan development,
- Stakeholder mapping, patient and therapeutic flow assessments, competitive positioning assessments, patient flow assessments, advisory board preparation, co-leading primary research efforts with insights managers, etc.
- Product strategy planning, e.g. shaping of desire patient flow in an area without therapeutic precedence,
- Go-to-market modeling, shaping of patient advocacy strategy, forecasting, early brand planning, etc.
- Represent own assets in regular reviews of disease-area strategy, as well as in the shaping of portfolio strategy in the disease area.
- Life science degree, ideally MBA or MS
- >5 years experience in the pharmaceutical industry working in strategic marketing
- Experience working in renal diseases or the CVRM space
- Product launch experience at minimum regional level, global is desirable
- Strong communicator, confident in ability to produce work at a high standard
- Can drive and lead, contribute new strategic ideas
- English is a must, a secondary language is advantageous
For more information please get in touch with Amy Jenkins or Antonia Davis from Barrington James. As this position has received a high volume of applicants, it is likely we will close the position early. With this in mind I strongly advise, not to delay submitting an application.