Nestlé Health Science invests in every employee to make certain each person can reach their greatest potential and works in an environment rooted in respect, diversity and teamwork. We focus on empowering the patients and consumers we serve to live healthier lives through industry leading nutrition and nutrition-enabling solutions by keeping their needs at the center of everything we do. We make quality and innovation our highest priorities when delivering our trusted brands such as BOOST®, Carnation Breakfast Essential®, Peptamen®, Compleat Organic Blends®, Zenpep®, and many more.
We are a globally recognized leader in the field of nutrition science with our US headquarters in Bridgewater, NJ, and have over 5000 employees around the world. Come join the Nestlé Health Science family and experience exciting opportunities!
Nestlé Health Science offers employees in eligible roles the opportunity to work remotely up to 100% of time, in an environment where they feel most comfortable to achieve the best possible results. With our Flex Fit Policy, our employees are empowered with the choice of working remotely or working in our office, or both!
Position Summary: Field based execution of the global and local medical strategy to meet business objectives. Develop and reinforce Nestlé’s credibility as science leaders to win the trust of our stakeholders through the initiation and execution of scientific activities, gathering insights to inform the business and providing scientific expertise to the field force.
Key Responsibilities: •Identify, engage, develop and manage field-based relationships with medical and scientific stakeholders including key HCP’s, payer thought leaders, and medical decision makers, • Develop and manage stakeholder engagement plan aligned with business objectives (including base business, programs, and launches). • Identify and engage appropriate stakeholders to participate in company sponsored programs and activities. • Collect and communicate insights from the field to inform business activities • Collaborate and participate with field sales team in clinically focused opportunities to help advance strategy and account plans
Medical Information and Communication • Respond appropriately and compliantly to medical and scientific inquiries from external customers, HCPs and internal stakeholders. • Present accurate, unbiased, balanced and non-misleading science and results to various audiences.
Medical Education • Develop and implement regional/field based and/or sales initiated external medical education programs/scientific events for healthcare professionals to advance business strategies.
Evidence Generation • Gathers insight from external stakeholders to identify gaps in evidence. • Shares gaps in evidence with Medical Affairs Managers to be incorporated into business strategy. • Field monitoring of evidence generation programs and liaise as necessary with Medical Affairs.
Qualifications: Experience and Education Requirements: • RD, Pharm D, or PhD in nutritional sciences, bioscience, or related field • Minimum 5 years of experience in combination of clinical (patient care) and industry. • Advanced practical nutritional skills and knowledge • Involvement in academic / research is preferable • Worked in a matrix environment • MSL experience preferred • Relationship with medical and scientific circles and be recognized as having credible experience in nutrition Preferred Skills: • Ability to work in a matrixed environment • Understand the healthcare landscape • Ability to communicate at all levels, including CMO, payer decision makers.
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