Amgen Regional Medical Liaison in Taipei, Taiwan

  • Engage with healthcare stakeholders to educate and communicate clinical and scientific data to advance the scientific platform as aligned with Amgen's corporate goals and objectives

  • Educate and communicate clinical value, outcomes, and economic data to payers, providers, key stakeholders, advocacy, and access enablers

  • Respond to unsolicited inquiries consistent with the RML compliance standards

  • Provide and/or present field observations and insights to internal stakeholders

  • Execute scientific engagement plan according to annual RML goals and metrics

  • Develop and implement local OL plans in line with scientific engagement plan

  • Support speaker training as requested and ensure the speakers are updated on new data

  • Support Amgen sponsored research

  • Liaise with potential investigators in non‐sponsored clinical research

  • Lead and/or participate on project teams that support RML strategies and tactics as delegated by RML leadership

  • Advance RML value proposition, identify gaps, achieve results, and set an example for others to follow by consistently demonstrating Amgen values and leadership attributes. Demonstrate tact and professionalism when communicating and interacting with others.

  • Lead and support congress activities as aligned with strategy

  • Compliantly collaborate with cross‐functional colleagues. May serve as main of point of contact

  • Maintain clinical acumen and expertise and timely completion of assigned training.

Qualifications:

  • Master, Doctorate, Pharm.D., Ph.D., M.D. or D.O. (Other Doctoral Degrees considered), study in life science, pharmacy or science related field

  • 1 year focused on clinical practice, clinical research, or medical research. Experience in a medically related field can include post-doctoral training (i.e., residencies and/or fellowships).

  • 2+ years in a medical/science liaison role in a biotech or pharmaceutical company

  • Experience in Scientific Affairs or Medical Affairs experience at a biotech or pharmaceutical company

  • Experience within the Cardiovascular (CV) therapeutic areas

  • Excellent communication, interpersonal, organizational, time management, and project planning skills with strong ability for self-direction.

  • Demonstrated track record of strategic execution in a matrix environment with limited supervision.

  • The ability to work in teams and interface in a dynamic environment across corporate functions.

  • Understanding of disease landscape and clinical data to enable critical analysis of scientific literature and communicate implications cross-functionally.

  • Native in Mandarin Chinese, fluent in English.