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General and Administrative Positions



Paralegal
(Ref# P0714GB)

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Provide legal support to the legal department
  • Manage multiple projects within required timelines
  • Review, revise and draft contracts and amendments and interpret contract provisions
  • Conduct legal research, prepare memoranda and other documents under the supervision of an attorney
  • Typical agreements would include contractor agreements, vendor agreements, CDAs, manufacturing agreements, etc.
  • Assist the company attorneys in developing procedures and systems to ensure compliance with designated laws, regulations and company policies

Experience and Education Qualifications:

Bachelor's degree, Associates degree or certificate program in paralegal studies. Three years of prior work experience as a paralegal or in the legal profession, preferable specializing in drafting agreements and contract agreements. Must possess:

  • Knowledge of basic legal concepts, legal terminology, principles and procedures
  • Contract review and use of legal resources experience required
  • Ability to conduct manual and computer-assisted legal research and conduct contract review; excellent written and oral communication skills, including the ability to diplomatically investigate sensitive facts and follow detailed procedures
  • Solid Microsoft Office skills
  • Knowledge of or experience in the Biotech/pharmaceutical industry highly desired

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Director of Compliance
(Ref# DC0714GB)

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Assist the VP General Counsel & Chief Compliance Officer in the development, implementation and management of the company's corporate compliance program
  • Resolve highly complex ethics and compliance matters
  • Identify compliance risk and provide proactive compliance guidance on tactical initiatives
  • Provide leadership and guidance on business programs
  • Work with business clients to mitigate risk and implement solutions

Experience and Education Qualifications:

Juris Doctor Degree. Eight years of progressively responsible compliance experience with Sales, Marketing, Commercial Operations, Medical Affairs and Clinical Operations in pharmaceuticals or biotechnology. Must possess:

  • Legal expertise with regulatory and compliance issues, including FDA regulations, False Claims Act, Anti-Kickback Statute, OIG guidance, the PhRMA Code, the Sunshine Act, Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and competition law in connection with product labeling, promotional and promotional activities, marketing strategies, sales compensation, government reimbursement
  • Past interactions with healthcare professionals are essential for this role
  • Demonstrated experience in developing and implementing program-wide policies and procedures, conducting investigations, and identifying and resolving operational issues

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Development Positions



Senior Director, U.S. Medical Affairs
(Ref# SDUSMA0614RM)

The Senior Director, U.S. Medical Affairs will provide strategic and medical oversight for marketed products as well as input into projects under late phase of development.

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Provides strategic medical affairs leadership and direction for marketed products in the USA
  • Assists with post-marketing pharmacovigilance processes in accordance with standard operating procedures for adverse event and general safety reporting consistent with FDA regulations
  • Provides broad scientific/medical support for late stage( IIIb/IV) clinical development programs
  • Develops and manages relationships with Key Opinion Leaders (KOLs)
  • Actively participates/leads and supports company clinical and marketing advisory boards and participates in local/regional/national research symposia upon request
  • Leads the Company's review and assessment of investigator-initiated study proposals
  • Represents Medical Affairs for review of promotional materials
  • Assists publication activities, including the development of abstracts and manuscripts in collaboration with Marketing
  • May provide medical/clinical/scientific information and expertise to all internal departments, including marketing, sales training, commercial, business development, regulatory, manufacturing, and investor relations
  • Directs and oversees the activities of the U.S. medical science liaison group
  • Develops relationships with the medical/scientific community including physicians and medical centers, by communicating product-related information
  • Determines resource needs for the function, and manages Medical Affairs to ensure company goals are met
  • Works with QA to develops and implement relevant SOPs
  • Performs all duties in keeping with the Company's core values, policies and all applicable regulations
  • Cultivates a high-performing team through the creation of a practical vision, specific goals and concrete metrics to achieve success, meeting changing business demands and delivering consistent results in challenging environments
  • Develops and mentors team members to support individual and team success
  • Serves as a representative of the organization to both internal and external groups and ensures information communicated is accurate and up to date
  • Ensures department's adherence to company policies as well as other legal and regulatory directives

Experience and Education Qualifications:

  • MD or Pharm D with a minimum of 15 years of progressively responsible and related experience within the pharmaceutical industry; a minimum of 10 years in a leadership role
  • Successful track record of leading and building a medical affairs department
  • Knowledge of the regulatory framework for approval and post-marketing commercial activities (FDA, DDMAC)
  • Experience with literature information databases
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills at a professional medical level
  • Management and supervisory experience (minimum five years) including experience with contractors and medical information service providers
  • Leadership, coaching and mentoring skills
  • Ability to manage budgets, multiple projects, and timelines
  • Ability to collaborate cross-functionally across teams and across the organization (clinical, development, commercial)
  • U.S. pharmaceutical experience from pre-launch through commercial/development lifecycle
  • Experience of supporting product launches
  • Publication and manuscript preparation experience
  • Full understanding of all stages of pharmaceutical drug development process
  • Neurology experience desired

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Director, Commercial Regulatory Affairs
(REF#DCRA0414HW)

The Director, Commercial Regulatory Affairs will provide regulatory leadership in support of the commercialization of products at ACADIA. The incumbent will review proposed advertising and promotional materials for regulatory compliance; provide advice to the Development, Commercial and Executive Management teams relative to regulatory and promotional issues involving pharmaceutical products, and partners in the development of systems to assure corporate compliance with the post-marketing regulatory environment.

Experience and Education Qualifications:

  • Bachelor's degree in a scientific discipline; an advanced degree preferred.
  • A minimum of 10 years' progressively responsible pharmaceutical industry or health authority experience including a minimum of 5 years in a Regulatory Affairs role with a minimum of 3 years direct related experience in advertising, promotion and labeling.
  • A minimum of six years a leadership role.
  • Knowledge and understanding of U.S. as well as global regulatory regulations and guidelines.
  • Previous experience interacting with the FDA.
  • Ability to work in a cross-functional team environment and manage competing priorities
  • Strong interpersonal skills, attention to detail and excellent organizational, computer, and documentation skills

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Director, Clinical Science
(REF#DCS0414RM)

The Director, Clinical Science will play a key role in the future development for pimavanserin. They will be responsible for various aspects and oversight for clinical trials. This activity includes but is not limited to abstract submission, investigator meetings and Scientific Advisory Boards. The incumbent will report to the EVP Development and CMO, who has direct responsibility for the overall development strategy.

Experience and Education Qualifications:

  • PharmD, MD, or PhD or equivalent combination of education and applicable job experience. A minimum of 10 years' progressively responsible related experience with a minimum of 6 years' in a leadership role. A minimum of 3 years progressively responsible experience in clinical research. Experience of Neurology, Psychiatry or Psychology would be advantageous.
  • Knowledge, experience, and skills typically developed by a strong track record of accomplishment in the field of clinical research.
  • Excellent scientific written and oral communication skills.
  • A proven ability to work highly effectively with multiple departments.
  • The ability to work with attention to detail in a time sensitive environment.
  • Excellent technical/scientific communication skills (both verbal and written).
  • Excellent interpersonal skills with ability to lead, interact with, focus, resolve conflict and drive consensus among individuals from a variety of cultures, and disciplines.

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Senior Director, Drug Safety and Pharmacovigilance
(REF#DDS0414RM)

The Senior Director of Pharmacovigilance and Clinical Safety provides strategic leadership, oversight and management of pharmacovigilance and clinical safety. The position reports to the Exec VP Development and Chief Medical Officer

Experience and Education Qualifications:

  • M.D.
  • At least 2 years of clinical experience post-qualification
  • High level of medical competence and judgment, with an ability to balance this with industry standards to achieve business goals
  • At least 10 years of Drug Development/Patient Safety experience (the majority of which should be in industry in Patient Safety) with clear evidence of delivery
  • Pre- and post-approval experience
  • Understanding of US and EU drug safety and pharmacovigilance requirements
  • Experience of managing change
  • General medical/therapeutic area knowledge
  • Ability to acquire and assimilate knowledge in different disciplines, disease and therapeutic areas
  • Ability to influence while maintaining independent and objective views
  • Excellent communication, interpersonal and organizational skills
  • Attention to detail
  • Delivery focused
  • Good leadership qualities and ability to summarize and communicate clinical issues to a lay audience.
  • Skilled in collaborative working relationships
  • Proficiency with pharmacovigilance systems and computerized programs
  • Proficiency in compiling and writing NDA documents (ISS).

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Development Program Manager
(REF#PM0414FLH)

The Development Program Manager will work with the project leader and team members to ensure timely, efficient, and effective management of team activities. Coordinate and facilitate timeline deliverables with clear understanding of functional interdependencies and critical path activities. Support various development functional areas on the project, attend/coordinate sub-team meetings; organize ad hoc working groups as needed to move project activities forward in a timely and cost-effective way. Help set-up contracts for vendors and consultants, and manage budget. Assist in the compilation, review and editing of Project Team documents associated with all areas of development (preclinical, CMC, clinical, regulatory and commercial). Communicate project status and issues, and help ensure project team goals and NDA submission deliverables are met. Anticipate obstacles and, in concert with other relevant team members, devise and implement solutions to achieve project goals.

Experience and Education Qualifications:

  • Bachelor's degree and minimum 5 years of progressively responsible, relevant experience. Equivalent experience and education may be considered. Must possess:
  • Experience managing cross-functional project teams.
  • A solid understanding of the drug development process and the principles, concepts, practices, and standards of pharmaceutical project management.
  • Familiarity with FDA and/or EMA Regulations, ICH Guidelines, and GXPs governing the conduct of clinical trials is desirable.
  • Excellent interpersonal, organizational, written and verbal communication skills.
  • Ability to support multiple project teams simultaneously, be well organized and have strong time management skills and attention to detail.
  • In-depth knowledge and skill with Microsoft Project, Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, and other reporting and tracking tools.
  • Ability to work under limited supervision, determine personal work plan, and schedule tasks and activities accordingly.
  • Ability to accommodate shifting priorities, demands and timelines.
  • Ability to elicit cooperation from a wide variety of sources and to be persuasive, encouraging and motivating.
  • Ability to learn, understand and apply new technologies, strategies and approaches that enhance the team's ability to achieve goals and meet timelines/deliverables.
  • Late stage drug development/NDA experience preferred.

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Clinical Data Manager
(REF#CDM10514AM)

The Clinical Data Manager will be part of the Data Management team and responsible for study- specific data management activities, including assisting with study set-up and performing maintenance, data review and database closure.

Experience and Education Qualifications:

  • BS preferably in Life Sciences or Mathematics with two years of related experience in clinical data management
  • Equivalent education and experience may be considered
  • Hands on training and experience in clinical trial methodology and Good Clinical Practice
  • Basic understanding of all aspects involved in the data management responsibilities throughout a clinical trial
  • Experience with, and practical understanding of, at least one clinical data management system (e.g., Medidata Rave, Inform, Clintrial)
  • Good organizational and documentation skills
  • Knowledge of regulatory guidance and regulations (e.g., ICH, 21CFRpart11, etc.)
  • Must be a team player who works effectively with other disciplines

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Senior Clinical Study Manager
(Ref# SCSM0614JH)

The Senior Clinical Study Manager will lead, design, plan, and potentially monitor clinical trials (Phases I –IV) to ensure that studies are carried out according to the protocol, SOPs, applicable regulations and principles of Good Clinical Practice.

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Leads clinical project teams and represents clinical operations on multi-function projects teams internally/externally
  • Assists in the design/review of clinical protocols and trial case report forms
  • Oversees external consultants including contract research organizations and Clinical Research Associates/Assistants
  • Prepares or reviews (if CRO engaged) all applicable documents required for the conduct of the study (Project Plan, Risk Management, Monitoring Plan, TMF) etc.
  • Liaises with other functional groups to ensure that timelines, budgets and study objectives are met
  • Provides clinical trial status updates to project teams and management
  • Manages the clinical study budgets

Experience and Education Qualifications:

  • Bachelor's degree in a relevant discipline with 5+ years of experience
  • Experience in project management
  • Experience in clinical research
  • Business communication skills
  • Knowledge of pharmaceutical regulations

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Director, Medical Science Liaison (MSL) – San Diego
(REF#DMSL0214BK)

This position will report to the Executive Director, Medical Affairs. The primary responsibility is to serve as the Director of Medical Science Liaisons (MSLs), Neurology. The Director will, under the leadership of the Executive Director, Medical Affairs, hire, develop and manage ACADIA's MSLs. The Director is an office-based professional who will travel extensively to work with the MSL team. That individual will possess scientific, clinical and therapeutic area expertise and be responsible for supporting medical and scientific initiatives on behalf of ACADIA Pharmaceuticals in selected therapeutic areas, particularly Neurology, in the US headquarters in on-going activities (e.g., in-house committees) and special projects as warranted. The Director will be responsible for performing MSL activities in a designated section of the country while the department is being built out and may maintain responsibility for certain designated areas or groups following the full deployment of the MSL force.

Experience and Education Qualifications:

  • B.S. in life science with at least 15 years progressively-responsible experience in the biopharmaceutical industry with a focus on CNS or Neurological science, including at least 5 years as an MSL; an advanced degree in biological sciences (MD, PharmD, PhD) preferred. Equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered.
  • Minimum 5 years' experience as a Field-based Medical Scientist (MSL)
  • Minimum 5 years' experience as manager, preferably as MSL manager
  • Experience in preparation of materials for use by Medical Affairs and experience in review/editing Promotional materials; high skill level with relevant PC and software programs, including MS Office skills (Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint)
  • Skills as a poised and knowledgeable presenter of scientific information. This includes excellent writing capabilities and strong demonstrated presentation skills, including presentations within external formats such as physician gatherings, medical congresses, etc.
  • Ability to interact easily with all levels within the organization; tactful; mature; flexible
  • Ability to travel 60-75%

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Senior Medical Science Liaison (MSL) – East Coast/Midwest
(REF#SMSL0214BK)

The Sr. Medical Science Liaison (MSL) is a field-based professional with scientific, clinical and therapeutic area expertise responsible for supporting medical and scientific initiatives on behalf of ACADIA Pharmaceuticals in selected therapeutic areas. The Sr. MSL develops on-going professional relationships with national/regional healthcare practitioners and facilitates the education of these practitioners and their colleagues regarding current and forthcoming therapies developed and commercialized by the Company. The Sr. MSL ensures access to current medical and scientific information on ACADIA products and areas of therapeutic interest to targeted Key Opinion Leaders, Healthcare Professionals, and Decision Makers consistent with the objectives of ACADIA and the Medical Affairs, Clinical Development, and Marketing Departments.

Experience and Education Qualifications:

  • B.S. in life science with at least 8 years progressively-responsible experience in the biopharmaceutical industry with a focus on CNS or Neurological science, including at least 5 years as an MSL. An advanced degree in biological sciences (MD, PharmD, PhD) preferred. Equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered.
  • Expert scientific and pharmaceutical knowledge, with an emphasis in the CNS area
  • Knowledge of regulatory, compliance, commercial, and clinical issues affecting the pharmaceutical and managed care industries
  • Knowledge of customer segments and market dynamics
  • Excellent planning and organizational skills
  • Demonstrated leadership skills
  • Highly developed interpersonal skills
  • Ability to work independently and with cross-functional teams
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills, including in presentation and facilitation formats
  • Demonstrated expertise in drug information communication
  • Skills in instructional design, teaching, coaching and mentoring
  • High level of facility with relevant computer and software capabilities, including MS Office programs (e.g., Outlook, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint)
  • Ability to travel up to 75% of time

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Temporary Document QC Specialist
(REF#DQS0414MW)

The Temporary Document QC Specialist will be a quality-focused, detail-oriented individual who will perform quality control (QC) reviews of regulatory documentation. The role coordinates with all departmental functions in providing document QC services. This role requires expertise in reviewing, updating, and editing regulatory documentation for structural consistency, technical accuracy, and clarity to ensure Food and Drug Administration (FDA) compliance.

Experience and Education Qualifications:

  • Bachelor's Degree in life sciences; equivalent education and experience may be considered. Minimum of 3-5 years related experience in document quality control and knowledge of regulatory and industry standards and Good Clinical Practices (GCP).
  • Strong organizational skills and attention to detail.
  • Regulatory policies, procedures, and industry standards.
  • Experience and ability to follow Standardized Operating Procedures (SOPs).
  • Knowledge in use of spreadsheets and selected job specific software, including Adobe, and Microsoft Excel, Word, PowerPoint.
  • Working knowledge of database software, including an electronic publishing system and electronic document management systems (EDMS).
  • Ability to communicate clearly and concisely, both in writing & verbally, and with others in a professional manner.
  • Proven ability to navigate and extract information from information systems.
  • Problem solving skills.
  • High-motivation, dependability, and trustworthiness.
  • Ability to take initiative and consult the Regulatory Manager to make decisions in a fast-paced environment.
  • Experience with electronic data management systems preferred.

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Temporary Clinical Operations Associate
(REF#COA0214RM)

The Temporary Clinical Operations Associate will support Inspection Readiness activities for Clinical Operations; conduct gap assessments and risk mitigations for Trial Master Files at ACADIA, CROs and Investigator Sites; work with CROs and Clinical Vendors on vendor management and oversight related activities and partner with Clinical Operations and CRO personnel to resolve issues identified during GCP audits of investigator sites and clinical vendors. The incumbent will conduct pre-study and post-study document reviews and develop / closeout CAPAs. The individual will partner with Quality Assurance on all GCP QA Inspection Readiness related activities.

Experience and Education Qualifications:

  • B.S. in life science or related
  • Minimum 5 years related experience
  • High skill level with relevant PC and software programs, including MS Office skills (Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint)
  • Ability to interact easily with all levels within and outside of the organization; tactful; mature; flexible

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Commercial Positions



Director, Consumer Marketing
(Ref# DCM0614BK)

The Director, Consumer Marketing will direct the development of company e-commerce marketing programs and overall website strategy to maximize the brand presentation, consumer experience and support the integrated internet marketing strategy for the company for designated products. The patient/caregiver and patient advocacy leader will develop the marketing strategy and execute the tactical plan to raise the awareness of Parkinson's Disease Psychosis and increase adoption of Pimavanserin, and/or other products as assigned, in the US CNS market.

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Lead the digital strategy for consumer disease education and branded tactics
  • Represent consumer, marketing, and merchandising point of view to identify new business/content opportunities and effectiveness of programs
  • Manage the research, analysis, and monitoring of financial, technological and demographic factors, and design marketing plans to capitalize on market opportunities. Plan and execute marketing materials through online presence and manage creative agency
  • Plan and execute medical education activities such as webinars, peer to peer programs and patient/caregiver education seminars
  • Manage patient advocacy societies and develop innovative engagement strategies
  • Manage e-marketing strategies, disease awareness website and product website to optimize online marketing tools and programs
  • Lead all SEO/SEM activities to drive engagement
  • Monitors progress of plans and makes adjustments as necessary following in-depth analytics and ROI analysis
  • Develop patient/caregiver brand plans and budget
  • Monitor and ensure that all MLR processes are followed and all programs are compliant with legal guidance and corporate policies
  • Develop strong external relationships with KOLs and leadership within patient advocacy societies
  • Direct advertising tactics primarily utilizing digital and print media

Experience and Education Qualifications:

MBA required with emphasis in Marketing, Brand Management, Consumer Marketing or Consumer Market Research with a minimum of 8 years of progressively responsible experience and advancement within pharmaceutical or biotech industry. An equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered. A minimum of 6 years in a leadership role required. Additional requirements include:

  • Recent blockbuster brand experience, launch experience or major new indication launch experience
  • Strong Biopharm brand management and demonstrated multi-channel digital expertise
  • Experience forming online content partnerships, measuring web usage/trends and managing vendor relationships
  • Experience building and developing a team
  • Neurology therapeutic experience preferred but not required.
  • Demonstrated ability to work in a dynamic, fast paced, team-oriented environment
  • Willing to travel up to 30% of time

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Director, Healthcare Professional Marketing
(Ref# DHPM0614BK)

The Director, Healthcare Professional Marketing will develop and execute the marketing strategy, tactical plans and activities that support the sales and managed markets organizations. Provide marketing insight and direction to optimize new product launches. May act as a technical advisor for specific products. Will develop the marketing strategy and execute the tactical plan to raise awareness of Parkinson's Disease Psychosis and launch Pimavanserin, and/or other products as assigned, into the US CNS healthcare market.

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Lead the brand strategy for the launch of designated products and product lines
  • Plan and execute marketing materials to support face to face Neuroscience Specialty sales representative promotion to Neurologists, Movement Disorder Specialists and Psychiatrists
  • Develop and manage the US promotions budget
  • Assist in the development of short and long-range strategies for inclusion into brand plan
  • Oversee market analysis, monitor competitive activity, and identify customer needs
  • Monitor progress of plans and makes adjustments as necessary based upon in-depth analytics and ROI analysis
  • Interpret and translate scientific clinical data into commercial implications, which may impact life cycle planning for future FDA approved indications
  • Lead the development and execution of promotional speaker's bureaus as well as other peer to peer educational programs and tactics
  • Partner with sales training and the sales leadership and managed markets team to optimize the development and utilization of promotional materials for roll out at sales meetings
  • Manage all activities related to medical conventions, exhibits and trade shows
  • Monitor and ensure that all MLR processes are followed and all programs are compliant with legal guidance and corporate policies
  • Develop and deliver presentations as needed to commercial management and other internal groups
  • Develop strong external relationships with KOLs

Experience and Education Qualifications:

MBA with emphasis in Marketing, Brand Management, Healthcare marketing or Market Research with a minimum of 8 years of progressively responsible experience and advancement within pharmaceutical or biotech industry. An equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered. A minimum of 6 years in a leadership role required. Additional requirements include:

  • Recent blockbuster brand experience, launch experience or major new indication launch experience
  • Strong Biopharmaceutical brand management experience and demonstrated multi-channel tactical expertise
  • Experience interfacing with Product Development, Production and Manufacturing to develop new products or enhance existing products or product lines
  • Experience building and developing a team
  • Neurology therapeutic experience preferred but not required
  • Demonstrated ability to work in a dynamic, fast paced, team-oriented environment
  • Willing to travel up to 30% of time

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Regional Sales Manager – Various Locations
(Ref# RSM0614JH)

The Regional Sales Manager (RSM) is responsible for managing a team of specialty sales representatives who interface directly with customers in the field. This includes hiring, developing, coaching, evaluating, and leading them toward successful sales results. The RSM serves as a resource to the team as an expert in disease state and product knowledge, as well as the selling process and regional payer environment. Responsibility also includes business management, such as budgeting and action planning – as well as overseeing execution of all elements of sales implementation, including routing, call activity, and programming. Positions will be geographically based.

Primary Responsibilities:

Lead the Team
  • Recruit, interview, and hire sales specialists
  • Build a winning, customer-centric culture - and model it by establishing strong relationships directly with important customers
  • Motivate and inspire a team toward a common vision
  • Plan and execute effective sales meetings
  • Contribute to the oversight and guidance of ACADIA, and represent well its mission and values
  • Ensure compliance with all company policies
Coach Sales Specialists
  • Complete field visits on a regular basis and coach sales specialists on selling skills and customer interactions
  • Evaluate sales specialist behaviors - providing recognition or identifying development areas as appropriate
  • Handle personnel issues in a timely fashion as they arise
  • Train and develop staff toward improved skills and success in their roles
Manage the Business
  • Create clear expectations and hold the team accountable to them
  • Establish alignment through a business planning and review process
  • Develop and adhere to a budget
  • Monitor and analyze business results and make necessary adjustments
  • Meet or exceed sales expectations

Experience and Education Qualifications:

Bachelor's degree, MBA preferred. A minimum of two years progressively responsible experience in pharmaceutical or medical sales management, with a focus on neuroscience preferred. Must possess:

  • Demonstrated leadership and field coaching ability
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
  • Ability to build and maintain lasting relationships with key customers and build networks within the medical community
  • Ability to anticipate future business opportunities and customer needs
  • Ability to complete verbal and written evaluations of others
  • Organization, initiative, and self-motivation
  • Professionalism, integrity, and the ability to comply to strict policy, work in a highly regulated environment, and maintain confidential information and data
  • Valid driver's license and acceptable driving record
  • Must live within the boundaries of the region or a directly neighboring region, and near a major airport
  • Significant overnight travel may be required

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