Janssen Scientific Affairs, L.L.C., a division of Johnson & Johnson's Family of Companies is recruiting for an Associate Director, Medical Education Grants in U.S. Medical Affairs (USMA) for Oncology located in Horsham, PA.
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The Associate Director, Medical Education Grants will provide strategic and operational leadership in the management of continuing medical education (CME) grants for USMA. This individual will review the education grants to ensure that the proposed educational objectives are aligned with the USMA medical education strategy. This position will support all tumor types in the USMA Oncology portfolio and will work in close collaboration with therapeutic area leadership teams as well as alliance partners. The Associate Director, Medical Education Grants will develop and present CME strategy, budget, and programming to leadership and may serve as a delegate for the Senior Director or Director during meetings as needed.
Develop and execute the Strategic Medical Education plan that is aligned with need assessments for all oncology therapeutic areas
Review submitted grants for scientific rigor, in-depth knowledge of the area, and education objectives
Collaborate with Scientific Communications, Medical Directors, and Medical Science Liaison colleagues to identify educational gaps that could be addressed through grants
Ensure that all grants submitted to Janssen Biotech, Inc fulfill all required compliance checks
Lead grant committee review meetings, providing vital background information and recommendations to reviewers for efficient discussions within timelines
Oversee monitoring of CME programs for compliance as well as being scientifically sound and fair-balanced as described in grant submissions;
Manage and track the CME budget across all oncology therapeutic areas
Develop strong working relationships with external partners from medical education companies, academic institutions, or medical societies, and develop a deep understanding of their capabilities in the delivery of educational programs
Challenge the status quo by identifying innovative ways to improve execution of grants and stakeholder engagement and experience
Ensure proper training of team members regarding CME policies, particularly around monitoring and program attendance
Lead the development and approval of requests for proposals, as needed
Johnson & Johnson is an Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, national origin, or protected veteran status and will not be discriminated against based on disability.
Bachelor's Degree with 10 years of related (pharmaceutical) work experience
Master’s Degree with 8 years of related (pharmaceutical) work experience
Advanced degree (PhD, PharmD, MD) with 4 years of related (pharmaceutical) work experience
Demonstrated project management skills to handle a high-volume of work under demanding deadlines
Excellent oral and written communication, presentation, conflict management and problem-solving skills
Experience working with internal, cross-functional teams
In-depth knowledge of Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) guidelines
Scientific acuity and experience in the oncology therapeutic area
Experience in adult learning theory, design and/or training
Experience working with external partners from medical education companies, academic institutions and/or medical societies