Recruitment Fraud Alert
Takeda has received reports that there are instances of identity thieves posing as Takeda employees in an attempt to steal personal information from job seekers. In these cases, identity thieves visit job-related websites and invite candidates to online chats. During the chat, they press job seekers to provide bank account information and personal identification numbers. If you receive unexpected offers of employment from people claiming to work for Takeda, we suggest you do not correspond with them, do not click any hyperlinks and do not open any attachments.
At Takeda, we will never ask for personal financial information during any step of the interview nor do we charge job seekers fees as part of the recruitment process. Takeda’s recruiting correspondence will be sent by a recruiting representative with an @takeda.com email address – not @gmail.com, @yahoo.com, @hotmail.com or any other email domain service.
If you believe you have been contacted by an unauthorized person, please contact your local law enforcement agency immediately.
Head of Medical Affairs
1.To align with the organization’s business strategy and objectives, lead Medical Affairs department to develop China medical strategy and oversee the development and implementation in the fast growing market.
2.Manage a complex web of professional and business-related interactions with a variety of individuals both within and outside the company, including physicians, industry organizations and KOLs to achieve commercial objectives.
3.Provide medical and scientific support for all licensed pharmaceutical products based on customer needs, market goals, medical issues as well as the ongoing activities related to the efficacy and safety of these products.
4.Check and validate the scientificalness of information provided to the medical fraternity with the aim of maximizing their scientific and commercial impact.
5.Ensure compliance with global Takeda, FDA healthcare guidelines and local regulations in China.
6.Ensure compliance with local/global safety responsibilities.
7.Assist External Affairs in handling media issues, particularly those medical related.
8.Compose and publish high quality and impactful publications complying with the appropriate standards and regulations.
9.Provide medical support to pre-launch studies.
10.Ensure all products on Chinese market comply with all applicable laws and regulations.
11.Coach and develop team members.
Level of Education
Medical Doctor Degree or Master degree (or equivalent) majored in Science, Clinical, Medicine or business related.
Working Experience in Relevant Field
12+ years of medical affairs experiences in pharmaceutical companies, at least 5 years experiences in managing sizeable team, experienced in clinical trial and other medical affairs.
Professional Knowledge and Skills
Excellent oral and written communication skills.
Strong interpersonal skills of interaction with physicians and clients.
Must be able to handle multiple projects and demands concurrently.
Has a proven track record of accomplishing objectives in a fast paced environment.
Good management skills.
Fluent in English both in oral & written.