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Publications Manager

Plainsboro, New Jersey

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Full Time

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NA

Plainsboro, New Jersey

Full Time

NA

May 30, 2024

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Job ID: KK_1378321_1717084632

May 30, 2024

Job ID: KK_1378321_1717084632

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JOB TITLE: Publications Manager

DURATION: 6 Months to start (July 8th)

LOCATION: Plainsboro, NJ (Hybrid)

**Open to candidates coming from medical writing and communicatoin agencies, pharma, and biotech companies, Regulatory affairs writing, medical information, product safety, and medical affairs


PURPOSE
The Manager - Publications works with minimal direction from a Director Level Team Member on the efficient and compliant development and execution of NNI publication plan(s) across assigned therapies and therapeutic areas.

This position tracks (database entry), updates, reports and communicates NNI publication projects and deliverables with minimal direction. The Manager, Publications leverages his/her technical experience and understanding of the organization and its processes to guide the successful completion of key publications.

RELATIONSHIPS
This position reports to a Director Level Team Member within Scientific Communications (SC), Medical Affairs.

The Manager-Publications is expected to develop and utilize a network of internal relationships with local and global publication stakeholders, including colleagues from Medical Affairs, Clinical Data Science & Evidence, legal, regulatory affairs, global publication team, and commercial publications colleagues from market access and marketing.

The Manager - Publications is also expected to network effectively with external resources (e.g., authors) and work closely with external vendors, stakeholders, and agencies.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS
GENERAL:
* Works with minimal direction; their manager conducts periodic reviews of progress and results.
* Functions at a proficient level.
* Participates in cross-functional project teams locally and/or globally.
* May act as a project leader with own manager oversight.
* Has the ability to identify and resolve problems related to publication projects, processes, or tasks, with management support as needed.
* Exercises judgment within defined procedures and policies
* Acts as a key contact point for publication activities for internal and external stakeholders for assigned therapeutic areas/therapies.
* Provides guidance/conducts training of internal and external stakeholders on publication planning and processes.
* Engages directly with external HCPs/KOLs that are potential authors.
* Applies their experience to the quality assessment of documents.
* Has knowledge of external publication and industry guidelines. Educates others as needed.
* Remains current with respect to assigned Novo Nordisk therapeutic areas and competitor products.
PUBLICATIONS:
* Drives the development and update of NNI publication strategies and publication plans for the assigned therapeutic area in alignment with global and NNI medical strategies and publication plans with minimal direction from a Director Level Team Member
* Drives the execution and reporting of publication plan activities
* Interacts with local and global publication groups, journals, editors, authors, and others as necessary to ensure the successful completion of publication projects.
* Manages agency partners and other external stakeholders involved in developing and submitting publications to peer-reviewed scientific journals and scientific/medical conferences.
Works closely with agency partners and consultants (as a day-to-day contact) to manage project status, publication drafts, author comments, NNI reviews/approvals, and maintains Datavision publication records and reporting.
* As needed, prepare and review manuscripts, meeting abstracts, scientific poster presentations, including digital solutions for publication support with support from a Director Level Team Member.
* May be responsible for planning author meetings.
* Participates as needed in PPG functions, prepares required PPG proposals, follows up on meetings, etc.
* Contributes to publication communication, e.g., newsletters, announcements, etc.
* Coordinates, prepares, manages, and tracks author engagements in HCP Rex and Datavision.
* Advanced level of system use of publication systems, Datavision, Medical Toolbox, etc. Develop training and guide authors, internal and external stakeholders, and vendors in the correct use of publication systems. Develops/aids in developing guidance documents and process descriptions to improve processes related to publication planning and execution at NNI.
* Manages, tracks, and reports publication budget and vendor deliverables for assigned therapeutic areas/therapies.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS
Physical Requirements 10-20% overnight travel required

QUALIFICATIONS
* An MS, MD, or PhD in a Life Science or a PharmD required.
* CMPP preferred but not required
* A minimum of 2+ years of relevant experience in pharma or a medical communication agency required with a PhD, MD, or PharmD, and 4+ years of relevant experience with an MS.
* Demonstrated experience in the preparation of publications.
* Basic disease and therapeutic area knowledge in diabetes, obesity, and rare diseases an added advantage
* General understanding of regulatory requirements and drug development processes.
* Demonstrated proficiency in the use and understanding of computer software (e.g., word processing, graphics, document management).
* Excellent project management and organizational skills, including the ability to plan, prioritize, and execute on competing projects and timelines.
* Ability to multitask and work both independently and within multi-disciplinary teams
* Strong interpersonal and written communication skills for effective professional communications, with demonstrated ability to cultivate strong working relationships, both with internal and external stakeholders

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