Job DescriptionThe PositionWe have an exciting opportunity for an Senior Manager, Medical Affairs to join the cross-functional team for breast cancer in Gilead Sciences, Austria. The focus of the role will be on the indication of triple-negative breast cancer. The Senior Manager will focus on executing the medical strategy in Austria. This role requires very close collaboration with national and international colleagues from within Medical Affairs and the extended cross-functional team. The role is office-based in Vienna and requires national and international travel (including internal meetings and external scientific conferences) once travel restrictions are eased. The position will report to the Country Medical Director.Specific responsibilities:Executes Medical Affairs activities and scientific projects based on the medical strategy and Plan of Action and will be responsible for planning and development of the local Medical Affairs plan in the Therapeutic Area.Works collaboratively with Gilead personnel in Sales, Marketing, Market Access, Public Affairs, Pharmacovigilance, Clinical Research and global/regional Medical Affairs Teams.Develops and conducts medical education and communication activities, including digital, face-to-face and print.Is a company representative to groups of experts, medical professional groups, societies, patient representatives, regulatory groups and represents the company at national and international scientific meetings.Must be fully cognizant of all relevant complex scientific data and regulatory requirements.Responds to clinical inquiries regarding marketed or developmental Gilead products.Plans and conducts Advisory Boards as needed to obtain insights.Presents scientific and clinical data in a variety of different settings.Supports the generation of scientific data through collaboration with the Gilead personnel in R&D and Clinical Operations, site support in clinical trials, and by developing local clinical trials including study protocols, as needed.Is involved in supporting and coordinating Investigator Sponsored Trials - including collaboration with investigators and internal Gilead personnel.Requirements:Advanced scientific degree (i.e. MD, PharmD, PhD)Industry experience in a relevant medical/scientific role mandatory.Excellent clinical and scientific understanding of oncology, preferably solid tumours, including breast cancerAbility to embrace Gilead’s leadership commitments and patient-centric values, including highest ethical and compliance standardsStrategic mindset with a focus on collaboration and excellence.Excellent written and verbal communication skills are required, in German and English, along with the ability to understand, analyse and communicate medical concepts in a clear and concise way.Strong interpersonal and relationship building skills.Ability to successfully navigate fast and dynamic situations where there is ambiguity, uncertainty and change.Excellent organizational skills including the competence to manage highly complex multiple projects simultaneously.Ability to work in a cross-functional matrix .Anticipates complex obstacles and difficulties that may arise and resolves them in a collaborative manner.Committed to continuing education.Driving licenseThe minimum salary for this position is EUR - with a flexibility for higher salary based on qualification and experience.