Director – Clinical Theranostics
Posted on 3/28/2024
Telix Pharmaceuticals

201-500 employees

Develops and commercialises theranostic radiopharmaceuticals globally.
Company Overview
Telix Pharmaceuticals Limited, a global biopharmaceutical company, stands out for its focus on the development and commercialisation of theranostic radiopharmaceuticals, addressing significant unmet medical needs in oncology and rare diseases. With its headquarters in Melbourne and commercial operations across the United States, Europe, and Japan, Telix demonstrates a strong international presence and industry leadership. The company's commitment to transparency and regular financial reporting, as evidenced by its upcoming release of the Appendix 4C Quarterly Cash Flow Report and Activities Report, further underscores its competitive advantage.
Biotechnology

Company Stage

N/A

Total Funding

$63.5M

Founded

2015

Headquarters

North Melbourne, Australia

Growth & Insights
Headcount

6 month growth

17%

1 year growth

48%

2 year growth

148%
Locations
Remote in USA
Experience Level
Entry
Junior
Mid
Senior
Expert
Desired Skills
Communications
Operations Research
CategoriesNew
Medical, Clinical & Veterinary
Diagnostics & Laboratory Professionals
Healthcare Administration & Support
Requirements
  • Bachelor's degree in a scientific or healthcare field required.
  • 5+ years field-based medical experience and 2+ years of management experience.
  • Experience working with clinical operations, R&D and/or medical affairs.
  • Strong experience with camera calibration, imaging parameters and optimization, image reconstruction, PET machines
  • Experience in radiopharmaceuticals preferred or oncology is an advantage.
  • Thorough understanding of all applicable regulatory requirements for field‐based scientific personnel.
  • Experience/expertise in interpretation of scientific data, market research, and competitive intelligence tools.
  • Track record of success in building, developing, and managing high-performing field-based teams.
  • Excellent communication skills: verbal, written and when giving presentations.
  • Demonstrated ability to develop medical affairs strategies and tactical plans.
  • Experience in building relationships with Clinical Operations team and aligning field-based roles and responsibilities.
  • Detailed knowledge of regulations and practices related to industry interactions with healthcare professionals.
  • Excellent organizational skills, planning abilities and budget management.
  • Ability to quickly understand: Complex disease areas, treatments, and clinical development plans; Healthcare landscape, hospitals, healthcare professionals, and patient journey.
  • Demonstrated ability to build productive collaborations with medical experts.
  • Able to thrive as part of a team and when working independently.
  • Proven track record of delivering results that meet or exceed targeted objectives.
  • Valid driver’s license.
  • Ability for 60% travel.
Responsibilities
  • Build, lead, develop, oversee, and operationalize the impact of the Clinical Theranostics Specialist (CTS) team.
  • Recruit, retain and develop CTS team.
  • Establish, communicate, and systematically review performance expectations and personal development plans.
  • Establish a vision and strategic leadership for CTS team, aligning strategy with cross-functional teams.
  • Establish a culture aligned to Telix, being science-based, seeking internal and external collaborations, ensuring a positive team culture of trust and a proactive and responsive attitude to ensure high-performance.
  • Optimize field strategy and determine tactical execution plan in supporting scientific and medical communications and building collaborative peer-to-peer relationships with external stakeholders supporting investigational and approved products.
  • Understand regional and national trends to inform and align with Medical Affairs and Telix objectives.
  • Quantify and report CTS team impact on Telix goals and medical objectives, assessing team effectiveness and cross-functional communication and collaboration.
  • Display fiscal accountability and efficient use of resources. Ensure high visibility and ongoing communication of team activities, achievements in addition to scientific and medical insights.
  • Systematically ensure CTS team identify and develop productive collaborations with Key Opinion Leaders, other important stakeholders, and organizations.
  • Establish expectations and tactics to support Telix clinical development and clinical operations, maintaining respective responsibilities and ensuring excellent communication to aid execution of Telix clinical studies.
  • Ensure the team is skilled in delivering high quality scientific/medical education in a variety of settings, and in gathering valuable feedback to be disseminated throughout the organization. Ensure comprehensive training to develop and maintain the highest scientific and medical expertise of all relevant diseases, products, development plans, so that CTSs are acknowledged internally and externally as experts.
  • Ensure comprehensive local, and national meeting and congress planning to gather intelligence, develop productive collaborations, assist personal education, and ensure insight is shared within Telix cross-functionally.
  • Maintain a high level of team knowledge of and appropriately implement current local pharmaceutical regulation and ensure implementation of Telix policies and procedures. Ensure all CTS activities, including external interactions, are conducted in accordance with Telix objectives, compliance policies and procedures as well as with legal and ethical standards.