Camurus is a Swedish research-based pharmaceutical company committed to developing and commercializing innovative and long-acting medicines for the treatment of severe and chronic conditions, including opioid dependence, pain, cancer and endocrine disorders. New drug products are based on our proprietary FluidCrystal ® drug delivery technologies with the purpose to deliver improved quality of life, treatment outcomes and resource utilization. The company’s share is listed on Nasdaq Stockholm under the ticker “CAMX”. For more information, visit camurus.com.
At Camurus you will get the opportunity to work with highly knowledgeable colleagues in a fantastic team, where the colleagues support and care for each other. Camurus is an innovative and research-driven company where your contribution can make life easier for many patients.
In this position you will report to Medical Director Neuroscience and be part of the Medical Affairs team. You will work very close with your Neuroscience Brand Team and your responsibility will be the Nordic countries, with a special focus on Sweden and Denmark.
As Medical Advisor, you will provide medical and scientific support, externally to customers and internally to other functions in the organization within all Nordic and Baltic countries. You will meet for example doctors, nurses, and other functions in opioid dependence treatment teams.
Your responsibility includes, but is not limited to:
Timely and high-quality deliverables from Medical Affairs including medical and scientific support.
Responsible for Medical Affairs strategy, including budget of the region.
Representing the medical function in relevant internal and external cross-functional meetings in the Nordics and Baltics.
Management of key external experts in the region.
Ensure internal and external medical expertise is provided to the company to set-up and govern medical education, scientific exchange, and scientific communication activities in the region, in collaboration with Global Medical Affairs and other relevant functions.
Act as a medical contact for company sponsored clinical trials and real-world evidence activities in the Nordics and Baltics.
Assist the global Medical Affairs organization as needed at international meetings and conferences.
This role involves frequent traveling within the Nordic countries, mainly Sweden and Denmark. Preferably, you will be based close to an international airport, and you are able to work on a fully remote basis.
We are looking for a candidate with a minimum of 3 years’ experience from Medical Affairs. You have a Master of Science degree, or equivalent medical related degree, preferably combined with a PhD.
You have experience from working with field-based customer facing activities and you are able to travel up to 50% of your time. Driving license will be required.
You possess excellent communication and interpersonal skills, which means you can develop strong relationships with key opinion leaders and external stakeholders. You have demonstrated skills in delivering high quality and trustworthy scientific presentations and you are familiar with relevant product related compliance requirements in the region. This position requires an ability to work with autonomy and independence, as well as cross-functional collaboration.
A good level of spoken and written English is required. Fluency in Swedish or Danish is considered a strong merit.
This is a great time to join a highly innovative and dynamic company during a very exciting phase of growth. Camurus has been very successful in bringing pharmaceutical products to the market – and the ambitions are not to be lowered. With a diversified project portfolio in different stages, the commercial potential is considerable. The position offers an international work environment in a research-driven company, with the possibility make a real difference for the patients. You will have great opportunities to influence, and you will work together with extremely knowledgeable colleagues.
Camurus has approximately 200 employees with the head office located in Lund. The corporate culture is driven by innovation, strong collaboration internally and externally, ownership, quality, and passion about realizing ideas to achieve a patient-centric vision.
For more information about this job-opening, please contact recruitment consultant Tobias Lorentzon at TOBLOR Consulting, phone: +46 735 11 10 60. You apply for this position through TOBLOR’s career site, https://career.toblor.se/, by uploading your CV and personal letter. For more information about Camurus, please visit: https://www.camurus.com/.
We are looking forward to seeing your application!