Director of Scientific Affairs (Nephrology)

    • Full-Time
    • Remote
  • Fort Washington, PA
  • 140,000 - 160,000

Director, Scientific Affairs (Nephrology) – REMOTE
We are currently seeking qualified candidates for the position of Director, Scientific Affairs to be responsible for strategy development, content creation, and review for live and digital medical education activities. A critical function of the Director, Scientific Affairs is to identify and collaborate with external subject matter experts to create new content and review faculty-submitted materials. Our approach to digital media requires content that is both succinct and practical, that answers relevant practice-based questions, translates clinical evidence into patient care, and enhances decision making, and Director, Scientific Affairs is integral to the lifecycle of content development through production and outcomes. In addition, this role offers the opportunity to collaborate with the business development team to identify and develop educational strategies, including gaps analysis and needs assessment development, educational design, learning goals, content agendas, and outcomes analyses. The Director, Scientific Affairs will work directly with the Vice President, Scientific Affairs, other members of the Scientific Affairs team, as well as business development, project managers, editors, producers, production engineers, marketers, and subject matter experts representing cardiology as well as a broad range of medical specialty interests. Please review the job responsibilities and requirements below and apply if interested and qualified.

Director, Scientific Affairs (Nephrology) Responsibilities
⦁ Scientific account leadership in the Nephrology arena.
⦁ Accountable for timely completion of all project-related goals.
⦁ Work collaboratively with stakeholders on the development teams across editorial, CME, project management, and production categories.
⦁ Manage multiple projects simultaneously while completing tasks on time.
⦁ Develop/review content for needs assessments, learning objectives, and agendas used in CME grant proposals.
⦁ Develop content for live and enduring activities including discussion guides used during tapings, slides, and outcomes questions.
⦁ Review and edit transcripts of recorded activities and insert appropriate educational reinforcements (eg, on screen text, slides).
⦁ Review educational outcomes reports and interpret how results may impact healthcare provider knowledge, competence, or practice behavior.
⦁ Travel occasionally to monitor live events, attend scientific/medical conferences, and support business development teams in the field during commercial supporter visits.
⦁ Provide content development updates in regular team meetings.
⦁ Proactively seek opportunities to engage target audiences.

Director, Scientific Affairs (Nephrology) Requirements
⦁ Possess a scientific or clinical degree preferred (or equivalent professional experience). Six (year minimum experience in the CME or healthcare education/communication field recommended.
⦁ Experience writing needs assessments/gap analyses for CME grant proposals.
⦁ Experience developing content for live and enduring CME activities.
⦁ Experience working with subject matter experts, freelancers, supporters, and external partners.
⦁ Have a strong interest in the medical field and healthcare professional education.
⦁ Possess a keen eye for detail encompassing scientific content and editorial standards.
⦁ Possess exceptional written, verbal, and analytical skills.
⦁ Possess strong organizational skills and the ability to prioritize.
⦁ Understand content strategies and trends that will guide content development and learner engagement.
⦁ Exhibit strong leadership qualities.
⦁ Be flexible and independent while working in a fast-paced environment.
⦁ Communicate effectively with staff, subject matter experts, supporters and vendors.
⦁ Demonstrate proficiency in creating and adhering to timelines and budgets.
⦁ Be able to travel and work extended hours as needed.
⦁ Be proficient in MS Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.

Diversity and Equality:
Infinia Search is an equal opportunity employer, meaning all applicants will be considered for employment without attention to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, veteran, or disability status. We ensure that all individuals with disabilities are provided reasonable accommodation to participate in the job application and interview process, to perform essential job functions, and to receive other benefits and privileges of employment. Please contact us to request accommodation.

To apply for this job email your details to jake.hughes@infiniasearch.com