Bausch Health is a diverse pharmaceutical company that is committed to focusing on our key stakeholders while delivering consistently high performance. Our values provide the overall direction for our company, and provide us with the tools necessary to rise to any challenge by leveraging our collective hard work and effort along with our unwavering competitive spirit. These values help us set goals based on our organization’s potential and what we hope it will become.
The Medical Science Liaison (MSL) plays a crucial role in Medical Affairs at Bausch Health, being part of an exclusive field-based team of medical scientific experts that partner with national, regional, and local key opinion leaders (KOLs). Thus, the MSL has significant responsibility and is expected to provide in-depth scientific, clinical and educational support to KOLs, as well as to internal clinical, sales and marketing teams. In addition, the MSL provides scientific insights back to Medical Affairs management.
This specific MSL position should be based in an area that complements the existing team. Possible sites are to be determined.
The MSL should have an in-depth understanding of areas related to Addiction and Pain. Further, the MSL should have experience in the appropriate exchange of scientific information related to products with boxed warnings and REMS programs in place. Two years of MSL experience or more are required for this role.
Directly Supervises: N/A
Indirectly Supervises: N/A
Confidential Data: Yes
Working Conditions: Home office, 60-70% travel required, significant air travel is required.
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