Oncology Scientific Advisor (MSL) Barcelona/Catalonia

Competitive salary and benefits
Jun 02, 2018
Aug 02, 2018
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Oncology Scientific Advisor (MSL) Barcelona/Catalonia

There is nothing conditional about what we do.
Or who we are.
Or how we treat you.
We do what’s right.
We put science for patients first,
disrupting the model to go beyond
the concepts of conventional care.
We don’t treat a condition.
We treat people & partners.
We care to change the future.

Your Impact at TESARO:

The Scientific Advisor will serve as a primary medical resource capable of conducting high level scientific and strategic interactions across multiple products and diseases with external thought leaders as well as internal TESARO customers. The SA is mainly responsible for supporting medical education and clinical research.  The SA ensures appropriate non-biased scientific exchange, develops peer relationships with Health Care Professionals (HCP) and provides scientific support to healthcare professionals on behalf of TESARO, and TESARO Medical Affairs in their geographic region. The SA has a deep understanding of the scientific trends within the acute care environment and routinely synthesizes their scientific field insights and communicates to the appropriate affiliate and headquarter based colleagues.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Leads thought leader development for the organization by fostering mutually productive relationships with HCPs & key decision makers across different types of healthcare organizations
  • Supports execution of clinical development programs with interactions with study teams and HCPs/researchers at all phases of research, assisting e.g. with protocol development, identification of experts, site selection, investigator identification, and clinical trial site scientific and subject enrolment support. Conducts strategic discussions regarding research to support investigator/customer initiated studies for medical and clinical research and health economics and outcomes research (HEOR)
  • Attends & participates in medical/scientific meetings & conferences for the purpose of maintaining clinical/scientific expertise & providing strategic insights into emerging scientific data & healthcare trends
  • Supports Market Access activities by providing scientific expertise for various stakeholders
  • Leads efforts across Medical Affairs to keep abreast of latest scientific, disease state, and healthcare landscape information and uses this information to provide value to both external and internal stakeholders
  • Contributes to or leads Medical Affairs projects at cluster or regional level
  • Leads development or communication of scientific data to diverse audiences including physicians, pharmacists, nurses, and other key stakeholders
  • Executes scientific support for commercial functions of the organization including scientific support to health care professionals and training for speakers and Key Account Managers as needed
  • Effectively communicates by expressing ideas and information clearly and accurately
  • Maintains cross-functional collaboration with internal & field teams to provide scientific expertise and functions as a scientific advisor with, Clinical Research, local MA Strategy, Commercial, etc.
  • Develops rapport and sustaining relationships with HCPs to deliver value
  • Supporting clinical, medical affairs, and health economics and outcomes research through numerous activities including:
    • Site identification, site feasibility and physician/nurse education for both marketed products and the pipeline products for company sponsored research 
    • Protocol development and study management in collaboration with clinical operations and clinical research teams for medical affairs sponsored studies


  • Advanced science degree 
  • Minimum 5+ years of pharmaceutical or biotech industry experience in related areas (Medical Affairs, Research & Development…)
  • Minimum 2 years as an Oncology Medical Scientific Liaison or field-based Medical/Scientific Advisor role,  in the Region of Catalonia / Basque Country & Balearic Islands
  • Experience leading projects and interacting with cross-functional teams is needed
  • Good practice of English

    TESARO is committed to equal opportunity in the terms and conditions of employment for all employees and job applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, age, gender identity or gender expression, national origin, disability or veteran status.