Careers

Theratechnologies is continually seeking talented, energetic people that share our values. If you want to join an exceptional team in a dynamic and respectful work environment with exciting new challenges that motivate people to excel and go above and beyond for healthcare professionals and patients, we invite you to submit your resume.

Even if there is no currently available position that corresponds to your experience, we invite you to submit your resume for future opportunities.

Embracing Diversity and Inclusion

Theratechnologies understands and values the uniqueness of each individual and recognizes the importance of diversity in the workplace. Our team members originate from all over the world: Asia, Europe, South America, North America, the Caribbean and the Middle East. We nurture an empowering environment to make each individual feel safe, appreciated and respected.

The ethnocultural, racial and age diversity within Theratechnologies makes our teams stronger and brings innovative ideas and new perspectives to the table. Therefore, we are committed to providing our employees with equitable treatment and respecting the unique nature of each individual, experience and tradition; and this is achieved by:

 

 

Establishing a sense of belonging for our employees

 

Ensuring that every person is heard and respected

 

Maintaining a supportive leadership style to help each team member thrive

Careers

Job Opportunities

Send your application to cv@theratech.com

Key Responsibilities

  • Manage the CRM system, partner with vendor for record accuracy and manage fields for warehouse extracts
  • Deliver on Call Planning & Alignment Operations
  • Manage Field Validation Process and Business Rule Management
  • Build monthly reports while managing KPI tracking
  • Partner with training to lead POA process and team on logistics
  • Drive and make recommendations on alignment, targeting and territory mapping process
  • Ensure appropriate Field Force Size & Structure and Alignment workload audits
  • Own the Sales force incentive design and payout tracking communications
  • Manage and report on Speaker programs and key programming events
  • Own business, process, outline and manage Semester/Quarterly Planning Process & Execution
  • Coordinate with Reporting, IC, Sales Force enablement, Marketing and Sales insights
  • Partner with vendor on Fleet program and act as liaison to internal functional teams
  • Ensure adherence to compliance/legal regulations
  • Direct and manage contract resources to ensure that resources are aligned with business priorities and are delivering according to plan
  • Strong analytical skills and attention to detail with the capability to appropriately define issues, questions, and data
  • Experience, knowledge, and skills related to deploying action plans, determining future capabilities, and business operations
  • Ability to consolidate and present key findings to relevant parties, explain complex concepts clearly to a variety of audiences

Qualifications Required

  • Bachelor’s Required
  • 5 years’ experience in sales operations
  • Background in Pharmaceutical or Biotech Mandatory
  • Experience with incentive compensation, field reporting, customer segmentation, field force sizing and business planning
  • Ability to effectively prioritize and meet deadlines, adaptability during execution
  • Presentation skills and ability to provide executive updates

Personal Qualities for all Staff

  • Ability to set goals and meet deadlines
  • Ability to prioritize
  • Ability to generate ideas and find solutions
  • Ability to work both alone and in a team
  • Team spirit and tendency to help each other
  • Versatility and flexibility
 

Position Summary

The candidate ensures executional excellence in the management of all aspects of the clinical projects (Phases I-IV) from study concept to final report, while respecting the approved budgets and established timelines. Participates in the selection, activation and management of clinical sites. Responsible for management of different vendors and supervision of CRO’s activities.

Key Responsibilities

  • Planning and managing preclinical projects for different programs
  • Establishes project budget & timelines and develops strategies/scenarios to meet them
  • Participates in the study site selections (in collaboration with Medical Science Liaisons), site activations, site management, conduct of the study and reporting of the study within the established budget and timelines
  • Leads the cross-functional study team for the entire duration of the study
  • Creates and updates Study Project Plan(s)
  • Proactively resolves challenges that could have an impact on quality, budget or timelines
  • Responsible for the selection and management of vendors
  • Approves the Monitoring Plan and sets CRO performance standards
  • Anticipates study execution problems; develops and executes coping and remediation strategies
  • Supervises CROs to ensure performance standards in terms of timelines and quality are met
  • Creates study management tools
  • Reviews and approves study documents
  • Organizes investigators’ meeting(s)
  • Approves study budgets and manages invoices
  • Co-monitors sites with the assigned monitoring CRO
  • Supports other cross-functional teams (e.g., regulatory affairs, quality assurance, supply chain/pharmaceutical development) in respect of documents required for regulatory filings to FDA, Health Canada and the European Medicines Agency
  • Elaborates and updates presentations to share study progress internally and externally
  • Supports all clinical activities related to company product(s)
  • Performs any other related functional tasks as assigned by management

Qualifications Required

  • Bachelor’s degree in a scientific discipline
  • Minimum of 6 years experience in clinical research within the biopharmaceutical industry, with more than 3-6 years of independently managing clinical trials
  • Experience in managing FDA trials; experience in managing EU trials an asset
  • Highly computer-literate

Personal Qualities Specific to Position

  • Fluency in French and English, written and spoken
  • Good oral presentation skills
  • Autonomy, entrepreneurship and initiative
  • Good communication skills and team spirit
  • Excellent writing skills and aptitude for creating scientific reports
  • Good planning, organizational and management skills
  • Good vendor (CRO) management

Personal Qualities for all Staff

  • Ability to set goals and meet deadlines
  • Ability to prioritize
  • Ability to generate ideas and find solutions
  • Ability to work independently
  • Able to work well in a team environment and communicate well
  • Versatility and flexibility

Personal Qualities Specific to Position

  • Interpersonal ability and diplomacy
  • Attention to detail
  • Good stress management
  • Ability to influence others
  • Multi-tasking
  • Interpersonal leadership
  • Planning and organizational skills
  • Available for occasional business travel

Key Responsibilities

  • Lead a field-based team of TLL and partner with cross functional members to integrate holistic account plan
  • Manage a team 4 to 5 TLLs plus have KOL engagement field responsibilities for a key HCP and partners.
  • Provide leadership and strategic direction to TLLs in-order-to achieve performance objectives
  • Oversee the TLL team in cultivating current and future thought leaders in academic and clinical medicine at the local, regional, and national levels in the field.
  • Monitor progress toward team’s execution of marketing initiatives and activities
  • Create and coach to individualized territory and development plans for the TLLs on the team
  • Create and execute short & long term regional commercial plans
  • Plan and execute regional meetings as well as participate in the development and execution of commercial marketing strategies
  • Conducting business discussions related to on-label product information, disease state, and general corporate overviews
  • Coordinates KOL Executive Encounters and Engagement; Work with MSLs to plan and execute KOL engagements and executive encounters at local, regional, and national conferences, POAs, in field engagements, and other venues as directed in a compliant manner
  • Execute unique, approved programming, such as disease state and product programming to identified champions and special channels
  • Conduct substantial business on-label conversations, at appropriate venues, in and outside the office setting
  • Act as a liaison between thought leaders and home office cross-functional teams
  • Assisting with on-label key thought leader development, including speakers, with approved decks and materials
  • Collaborating and communicating cross-functionally with respect to assigned Thought Leaders to ensure strategic and tactical cohesiveness
  • Plan and execute key thought leader engagements and senior executive encounters at local, regional, and national conferences, POAs, in field engagements, and other venues in a complaint manner
  • Facilitating certain speaker logistical and scheduling activities and working cross functionally to ensure timely communication
  • Providing feedback on brand-related marketing strategies/materials to commercial leadership
  • Providing ad board participant recommendations, and attending ad boards where needed, while additionally providing speaker recommendations
  • Facilitate speaker bureau management, including contracting when requested
  • Follow and be knowledgeable of all laws, regulations, and corporate policies

Qualifications Required

  • BA/BS Degree or higher in business, marketing, or life sciences with a mix of field and home office experience highly preferred
  • 10+years of success in pharmaceutical, biotech, or hospital (HIV or rare disease preferred)
  • Understanding of specialty drug and buy bill preferred
  • Ability to travel 60-80%
  • Ability to communicate clearly and effectively with a variety of styles, professional and educational levels
  • Strong project management experience, including superior analytical and planning skills.
  • Ability to assemble and lead cross-functional teams toward a shared vision of success.
  • Clinical expertise and skill in working with Key Opinion Leaders.
  • Foundational knowledge of marketing functions and processes.
  • Understanding and support of compliance with OIG and regulatory requirements.
  • An understanding of the economics of health care at both the private and public level of payment and delivery.
  • Driving is an essential duty of the job; candidates must have a valid driver’s license to be considered

Personal Qualities for all Staff

  • Ability to set goals and meet deadlines
  • Ability to prioritize
  • Ability to generate ideas and find solutions
  • Ability to work both alone and in a team
  • Team spirit and tendency to help each other
  • Versatility and flexibility

Position Summary

The incumbent is responsible for the liaison and coordination as well as providing scientific support to internal and external partners in terms of international preclinical projects management, including follow-ups. The incumbent also has to ensure that related timelines and budgets are met, activities are properly executed, and adequate resources are allocated.

Key Responsibilities

  • Planning and managing preclinical projects for different programs
    • Plan preclinical projects and contribute to their budget elaboration, resource allocation, and update timelines as required, with the contribution from team members
    • Participate in the selection and qualification of external suppliers, and in the execution of related agreements (e.g. services agreement, quality agreement, data transfer)
    • Approve monitoring plan for external suppliers and performance requirements
    • Plan and anticipate upcoming difficulties in plan execution, prepare contingency plans and strategies to overcome these difficulties
       
  • Activities Execution
    • Perform follow-ups and supervision related to assigned preclinical projects with internal and external partners
    • Provide technical/scientific support to internal and external partners
    • Review literature associated with development of preclinical projects
    • Stay informed of regulatory procedures, guidance documents, standards, and changes in regulatory and quality environment for preclinical studies
    • Prepare scientific and non-scientific documentation required to execute preclinical projects
    • Review and approve documents related to preclinical projects such as instructions, methods, protocols, and reports
    • Participate in the preparation and revision of standard operating procedures (SOPs) and to the change control process
    • Prepare and present progress report and tables or diagrams of projects (e.g. Gantt Chart, presentations)
    • Prepare and chair preclinical project meetings, and write meeting minutes
    • Approve expenses for activities under his/her responsibility
       
  • Assume Project Ownership
    • Ensure that projects are running smoothly
    • Follow-up on timelines with other team members
    • Discuss encountered difficulties with team members and/or management, and obtain support as required
    • Discuss performance deficiencies with team members, and if required, with supervisor
       
  • Perform other tasks and activities as required by management

External Customers

  • External partners or service providers involved in preclinical projects such as academic laboratories, research institutions, analytical or bioanalytical testing laboratories, contract research organizations (CROs), consultants, warehouses, transporters, etc.

Required Qualifications

  • University degree in sciences such as chemistry, biology, biochemistry, microbiology, or pharmacology
  • Minimum of 5 years of experience in clinical project management in at least one of these fields: clinical development, analytical or bio-analytical method development and validation, toxicology and/or pharmacokinetics studies, in vitro diagnostic tests
  • Excellent knowledge of the Good Laboratory Practices (GLPs)
  • Experience in managing external partners is an asset
  • Basic knowledge of drug regulations
  • Good knowledge of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook and Teams
  • Knowledge of MS Project or Smartsheet considered as an important asset
  • Fluency in French and English, written and spoken

Personal Qualities for all Staff

  • Leadership and accountability
  • Ability to manage multiple priorities in a fast-paced environment
  • Proactive and results-oriented with a positive attitude
  • Good planning and organizational skills
  • Resourceful and has initiative
  • Ability to troubleshoot and solve problems, as well as critical thinking
  • Ability to negotiate and influence others
  • Excellent communication skills (written and oral)
  • Excellent interpersonal skills with a strong ability to effectively collaborate cross-functionally
  • Available to travel occasionally

Personal Qualities Specific to the Position

  • Results-oriented
  • Ability to negotiate and to influence others
  • Capable to establish priorities
  • Ability to multi-task with ease
  • Ability to learn quickly and demonstrate curiosity
  • Excellent attention to detail and quality in all matters
  • Fluency in written and oral expression
  • Discretion
  • Creativity
  • Rigor in tasks
  • Available for occasional business travel

Position Summary

The incumbent is responsible for the liaison and coordination as well as providing scientific support to internal and external partners in terms of international preclinical projects management, including follow-ups. The incumbent also has to ensure that related timelines and budgets are met, activities are properly executed, and adequate resources are allocated.

Key Responsibilities

  • Responsible for the design, development, and implementation of training materials for current and future products.
  • Identify, develop, and implement advanced learning programs focused on clinical acumen, skill development, strategic partnerships, and account management designed to improve the effectiveness of all field teams.
  • Establish learning & development objectives and initiatives that translate strategy into actionable, goal-oriented behaviors of high performing commercial field teams.
  • Work with sales Leadership and other cross-functional departments to support new hires from onboarding, completion of new hire training and ongoing skill development
  • Demonstrate a high level of collaboration with leadership including sales, marketing teams, commercial operations, market access, human resources, and information technology to ensure efficient onboarding processes are in place and increase the speed to competency.
  • Deploy learning programs across onboarding, home study curricula, live/virtual training programs, area/regional meetings and national sales meetings/POAs.
  • Proactively assesses knowledge gaps within field teams in collaboration with appropriate colleagues, seeks opportunities to address gaps through training initiatives and programs.
  • Learn new disease state materials and be prepared to implement training of these materials in a timely fashion.
  • Evaluate the competency levels of training class participants providing detailed evaluations and feedback in a timely manner.
  • Work with sales management to formulate a development plan
  • Ensure that all activities and materials are compliant with internal regulatory and legal requirements.
  • Partner effectively with Sales, Medical/Clinical, Legal, Regulatory, and any other strategic partners to develop and deliver training as needed.
  • Collaborate with cross functional partners to guide, manage LMS (Learning Management System) administrator and any distance learning technology for commercial field team.
  • Efficiently manages vendor partners from selection through content development and deployment.
  • Collaborate with medical and commercial teams to conduct presentation skills training for speakers.
  • Participate in research to assist in development of future materials to enhance training.

Required Qualifications

  • 3-5 years’ experience in a Sales Training role within the Pharmaceutical or Device industry.
  • Experience in HIV or rare disease
  • Pharmaceutical/Device experience a plus
  • Experience delivering training to a variety of audiences in a corporate setting
  • Preferred experience selling and/or training
  • Bachelor’s degree required
  • Ability to command a strong classroom presence, understand the pharmaceutical / device industry, and display the ability to convert concepts, skills, and knowledge into a learning context for participants
  • Fundamental knowledge of adult learning principles preferred
  • Strong platform / presentation / facilitation skills
  • Proficient in Word, Excel, and PowerPoint
  • Project management abilities
  • Adept at learning new technical, clinical, and medical product and disease state knowledge
  • Willingness to travel and overnight availability

Personal Qualities for all Staff

  • Ability to set goals and meet deadline
  • Ability to prioritize
  • Ability to generate ideas and find solutions
  • Ability to work both alone and in a team
  • Team spirit and tendency to help each other
  • Versatility and flexibility

Position Summary

The incumbent will be responsible for supporting the development and scale-up of pharmaceutical process at third party suppliers. Preparing and reviewing technical reports to support the development activities.

Key Responsibilities

  • Keep appropriate records of any delegated duties
  • Support deviations, investigations and other quality issues are investigated and resolved.

External Customers

  • Suppliers related to manufacturing
  • Consultants 

Required Qualifications

  • Minimum of 4 to 5 years of relevant experience in a biotechnology/pharmaceutical/CRO environment/exposure to manufacturing environment, technical transfer activities.
  • Bachelor's degree in Chemistry or equivalent.
  • Good understanding of basic analytical chemistry.
  • Understanding of peptide chemistry (or organic chemistry or synthesis).
  • Data analysis, statistical, and trending proficiency.
  • Awareness of quality and regulatory requirements in the pharmaceutical industry.
  • Excellent communicator, and well-organized with superior presentation skills.
  • Knowledge of Word, Excel, Power Point and Outlook.

Personal Qualities for all Staff

  • Demonstrable communications skills (both oral and written)
  • Must be a detail-oriented individual with excellent organizational skills
  • Self-motivated with the ability to prioritize and meet multiple deadline
  • Proficiency with the English language
  • Ability to set goals and meet deadlines
  • Ability to prioritize
  • Ability to generate ideas and identify solutions
  • Ability to work both independently and in a team
  • Team spirit and excellent strategic and operational support to team members
  • Versatility and flexibility

Personal Qualities Specific to the Position

  • Results-oriented
  • Ability to negotiate and to influence others
  • Capable to establish priorities
  • Ability to multi-task with ease
  • Ability to learn quickly and demonstrate curiosity
  • Excellent attention to detail and quality in all matters
  • Fluency in written and oral expression
  • Discretion
  • Creativity
  • Rigor in tasks
  • Available for occasional business travel

Position Summary

The incumbent provides support to the regulatory team with all submissions filed to the health authorities aligned with the global regulatory strategies in support of these filings for new and approved products; assists with information requests for dossiers under active review; and ensures that marketing authorizations for company products are maintained as per applicable Federal Regulations and Guidance in various jurisdictions and throughout the product(s) lifecycle.  We are seeking a talented and experienced regulatory affairs subject matter expert who is excited to join a dynamic and growing organization and who is committed to deliver excellence in all projects under their responsibility.

Key Responsibilities

  • Support all regulatory activities related to company product(s)
    • Manages regulatory activities to obtain and maintain Marketing Authorizations from FDA, Health Canada, EMA and other health authority regulations as applicable for commercial products. 
    • Assists with the compilation, authoring, review and submission of dossiers to regulatory authorities and ensures documents meet applicable regulatory requirements.
    • Provides regulatory input to the development and implementation strategy for new products/projects. 
    • Assists to provide regulatory guidance regarding the documentation needed and requirements for regulatory submissions per applicable guidelines.
    • Assists to provide regulatory support and expertise for early phase clinical trials; and pre-IND/clinical development/scientific advice meetings with regulatory Agencies; and the filing of IND/NDA/BLA and related submissions to FDA, EMA, Health Canada and other health authorities as applicable.
    • Assists with/ coordinates the preparation of responses to information requests from health authorities; and subsequent follow-ups with regulatory agencies to maintain and update existing marketing authorizations.
    • Facilitates approval of new product licenses, indications and dosage strengths.
    • Supports regulatory activities relating to product launches; maintains compliance of existing assigned product licenses with applicable health authority regulations.
    • Participates and supports Global RA for applications filed under the EU systems, namely Mutual Recognition and Centralised procedures.
    • Maintains local RA databases and global compliance tracking systems to record license information (new indications, changes in indications, changes in product specifications, changes in licensing, new products and progress with development of new products).
    • Provides support to various partners, CROs and US/EU Agents to support registration of Theratechnologies’ product(s) and Market Authorizations in other territories/ countries; and liaises with the respective Health Authorities as needed.
    • For commercial products, reviews and approves proposed change controls from a regulatory perspective as per FDA, Health Canada and EMA regulations and guidance. 
    • Assists with the coordination of Product Recall activities and necessary regulatory actions.
    • Provides regulatory support and guidance to internal and external customers.
    • Analyzes product information, compiles and communicates annual notifications to Health Canada.
    • Maintains current knowledge of relevant ICH, FDA, Health Canada, EMA and other health authority regulations as applicable.
    • Ensures that regulatory guidance documents and regulations, as well as internal procedures are followed in order to maintain regulatory compliance.
    • Fosters good relations with the respective Health Authorities.
       
  • Execution of regulatory dossier preparation, reviews and audits
    • Reviews and updates product labels, product monographs and labelling / packaging artwork.
    • Prepares and reviews INDs, NDAs, BLAs, PSURs/PADERs, Annual Reports, and updates to Investigational Brochures to Regulatory agencies.
    • Assists with the preparation of DEL amendments, Annual Licence Renewals, Notifiable Changes, and PMPRB forms for submission to Health Canada.
    • Assists with the preparation of post-approval variations, extensions and renewal of MAA/ market authorizations with EMA.
    • Assists the team with health authority inspections, internal and external audits according to the approved audit plan/schedule, and with supplier audits as necessary.
    • Reviews reports and other regulatory documentation from Contractual Research Organisations (CROs). 
       
  • Point of contact for regulatory documentation
    • Provides support to internal departments to ensure regulatory compliance with regulations in respect of company products. 
    • Produces, reviews and submits various documents/reports related to regulatory submission requirements.
    • Assists with the writing of Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) pertaining to the regulatory function and revisions thereof and ensures their adherence.
       
  • Performs any other related tasks as assigned by management

External Customers

  • Health Canada, US FDA, European Medicines Agency (EMA) and other government regulatory agencies 
  • US, Canada and EU Regulatory Agents and Contractual Research Organisation (CROs)
  • External Consultants

Required Qualifications

  • B.Sc./ Life Sciences University degree in a scientific field or equivalent, or other scientific background that is deemed appropriate 
  • Minimum 5 years of experience in regulatory affairs in pharmaceutical drugs and /or biologics in the pharma industry 
  • Regulatory experience in medical device industry is an asset
  • Excellent knowledge and comprehension of Canadian and US Regulations; good knowledge of European regulations is an asset
  • Regulatory affairs experience in HIV and Oncology is an asset, or other therapeutic areas 
  • Good understanding of preclinical and clinical research is an asset
  • Prior experience in regulatory audits is an asset 
  • Experience of managing external partners/CROs is an asset
  • Experience with eCTD publishing is an asset   
  • Good knowledge of Word, Excel, Power Point and Outlook
  • Ability to conduct Internet searches in respect of regulatory matters 
  • Demonstrated skill in managing multiple projects/priorities
  • Effective communication and negotiation skills
  • Bilingual in French and English, oral and written 

Personal Qualities for all Personnel

  • Ability to set goals and meet deadlines
  • Ability to prioritize
  • Ability to generate ideas and find solutions
  • Ability to work independently
  • Able to work well in a team environment and communicate well
  • Versatility and flexibility

Personal Qualities Specific to the Position

  • Interpersonal ability and diplomacy  
  • Attention to detail and quality
  • Good stress management
  • Ability to influence others 
  • Multi-tasking
  • Interpersonal leadership
  • Planning and organizational skills
  • Available for occasional business travel

Position Summary

The incumbent supports the Associate Director, Global Quality Assurance (QA) in order to ensure the consistency of the quality standards as per the Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) during the documentation review, including but not limited to the specifications, master documents, change control, complaints, audits, CAPAs, SOPs, etc; to approve or reject the release of Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients (APIs),finished drug product batches, and /or injection kits.  We are seeking a talented and experienced quality assurance subject matter expert who is excited to join a dynamic and growing organization and who is committed to deliver excellence in all projects under their responsibility.

Key Responsibilities

  • Support in the QA activities
    • Reviews specifications and acceptance criteria
    • Ensures that the products’ manufacturing, packaging and testing are defined, controlled and in conformity with GMPs
    • Reviews stability data and approves retest or expiry date
    • Evaluates the APIs and end-products’ quality and determines whether to withhold the batches or release them
    • Ensures that all manufacturing steps are followed and in conformity with GMPs
    • Participates in complaints’ evaluation in order to identify the causes and recommends corrective/preventive actions.
    • Evaluates incidents and provides corrective/preventive actions
    • Participates /supports regulatory audits
    • Reviews/evaluates change controls
    • Ensure timely completion of deviations, complaints, CAPAs, change controls, etc. as per established procedures
    • Contributes to the maintenance of the Quality System and the KPIs report
    • Escalates any deviation to GMPs, complaints or risk assessments that may impact the patients’ security or the product’s quality, integrity or purity
       
  • Support in the compliance-related activities
    • Ensures that policies and procedures are written and revised to ensure their conformity with regulatory standards
    • Reviews all documents, packaging and labels to ensure conformity
    • Participates in the preparation and presentation of the Annual GMP training
    • Supports regulatory audits
       
  • Key resource person for Quality Assurance matters
    • Acts as the representative of the quality team in the various committees and working groups
    • Evaluates and ensures the disposition of returned product
       
  • Documentation, procedures and systems 
    • Reviews/approves masters, including specifications, manufacturing and packaging master batch records, protocols, validation reports and any other GMP documents
    • Verifies temperature data during the transportation of the products and determines their status/disposition
    • Determines the disposition of a nonconforming product and proposes the necessary solutions
    • Evaluates/approves change controls, audits, out of specifications  investigations and external suppliers’ deviations
    • Reviews the manufacturing documentation and the investigations for customers’ complaints related to product manufacturing and packaging
    • Drafts and/or approves external procedures, specifications, risk assessments, deviations, preventive/corrective measures, change controls, etc.
    • Prepares forms, memos, lists and reports as required.
       
  • Performs any other task as requested by management

External Customers

  • Contracted Partners
  • Suppliers

Required Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree in Pharmacy, Chemistry, Biology or Chemical Engineering
  • Training in Quality assurance
  • 5-8 years of quality assurance experience in the pharmaceutical industry, ideally with sterile products, pharmaceutical a/o biological products
  • Good understanding or experience in laboratory research, pre-clinical and/or clinical research is an asset
  • Experience with regulatory inspections, supplier audits and internal audits
  • Experience in policies and procedures related to the pharmaceutical compliance program
  • Excellent knowledge of the GMP, GLP, GDP, as well as the pharmaceutical industry’s guidelines and regulations in Canada and United States
  • Knowledge of the pharmaceutical industry guidelines and regulations in Europe is an asset
  • Knowledge in Good Clinical Practice is an asset
  • Knowledge of Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook
  • Previous experience working with databases
  • Bilingual French and English, spoken and written
  • Excellent English authoring/writing skills 

Personal Qualities for all Personnel

  • Ability to define objectives and meet timelines
  • Ability to determine priorities
  • Ability to bring ideas and find solutions 
  • Can work alone or in a team
  • Team spirit and collaborative
  • Flexibility

Personal Qualities Specific to the Position

  • Leadership and accountability
  • Result-oriented
  • Ability to negotiate and influence others
  • Multitasking
  • Analytical capabilities and ability to synthesize information
  • Planning and organizational skills
  • Good stress management
  • Attention to detail and quality
  • Verbal and written proficiency
  • Thoroughness in accomplishing tasks
  • Available for occasional business travels

Job Description

The Medical Advisor is responsible for the scientific integrity of the clinical development program and the translation of scientific information for tesamorelin into business concepts. The Medical Advisor will support the medical community and develop advocacy for the product. The Medical Advisor will also support the elaboration of abstracts and manuscripts for publication.

Key Responsibilities

  • Responsibilities of the Medical Advisor Endocrinology are covering different therapeutic areas (including NASH and HIV) and also different life cycle management
  • Provides deep medical/scientific expertise and medical affairs leadership and supports various functional areas.
  • Provides expert product and therapeutic area medical expertise, as well as relevant scientific information in response to customer-stated needs.
  • Develops customer advocacy to support brand business objectives and gathers insights to inform future brand strategies.
  • Contributes to the brand strategy and develops a medical strategy to be executed as defined.
  • Elaborates scientific rationale for medical and commercial projects and review new clinical study protocols and investigator-initiated research proposals.
  • Participated to abstracts and manuscripts writing for publication.
  • Manage clinical study(ies) and medical project(s).
  • Supports the development of symposia and continuing medical education initiatives.
  • Support clinical study feasibility, site mapping, identification and participation and provide support with resolving any pending issues with the study sites.
  • Collaborate with the project manager to manage clinical studies and write clinical study documentation.
  • Supports Regulatory Affairs and Pharmacovigilance department to establish program/product regulatory strategies that best support product medical and commercial objectives. Leads key cross-functional initiatives relating to Regulatory submissions.
  • Be an internal scientific resource and trained commercial and medical colleagues.

Job Qualifications and Requirements

  • Doctoral degree (MD, PharmD, PhD) in a medical/scientific discipline
  • At least 5 years in the pharmaceutical industry
  • Experience in clinical research is an important asset
  • Fluency in English, written and spoken, Spanish is an asset
  • Good oral presentations skills, writing skills and aptitude for creating reports
  • Autonomy and initiative
  • Good team communication skills and team spirit
  • Good planning and organizational skills
  • Good leadership skills.
  • Clinical trials/research experience a strong asset

Personal Qualities for all Staff

  • Ability to communicate scientific and clinical information clearly and credibly verbally and in writing
  • Interpersonal: ability to interact easily with all levels within the organization in a tactful, mature and flexible manner
  • Must act ethically and with integrity
  • High level of collaboration and influencing skills
  • Ability to work independently and within cross-functional teams
  • Excellent people leadership and organizational skills
  • Ability to make sound and compliance guided judgments
  • Must be a self-motivator with strong drive for result driven success
  • Versatility and flexibility.

Job Description

The incumbent will be responsible for establishing and managing all the supply chain related activities for the clinical projects at Theratechnologies Inc. Please note that this position may be based in Dublin, Ireland, or Montreal, Quebec, Canada, depending on the location of the successful candidate.

Required Qualifications

  • Bachelor's degree in science or equivalent
  • 5 years of team management experience
  • 5 years of relevant experience in a supply chain role
  • 5 years of experience in a pharmaceutical or biotechnology company
  • Good knowledge of European guidelines, laws, regulations, and regulatory practices (Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP), Good Distribution Practices (GDP))
  • Excellent communicator, and well-organized with superior presentation skills
  • Understand the quality mechanisms for releasing batches of manufactured drugs.
  • Knowledge of Word, Excel, Power Point, Outlook, and Project

Job Description

Under the supervision of the Manager, Chemistry, the Drug Discovery Scientist is responsible for managing a variety of activities, including the synthesis and purification of new anti-cancer molecules, and the development and validation of analytical methods. He/She will develop protocols and carries out experiments using medicinal chemistry and appropriate laboratory equipment; carry out tests on pharmaceutical substances, pharmaceutical products and stability samples in support of the development and manufacturing of drugs; collect and interpret analytical data and draft reports in conformity with the laboratory’s SOPs.

Required Qualifications

  • Education/Experience: Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in Chemistry or a related scientific field with 3 to 5 years of experience in analytical chemistry/development/method validation
  • Skills in synthesis or combination chemistry
  • Technical skills: Ability to use AKTA, HPLC, UPLC, LC-MC, UV-VIS spectrophotometer, PH meter, and other modern analytical equipment
  • Problem solving: Ability to solve technical problems and provide a timely and satisfactory resolution
  • Verbal communication: Communicate efficiently with other team members of various departments, and with clients in a clear and concise manner
  • Written communication: Complete documents and journals in a clear and exact manner; draft clear and precise technical documents
  • Experience in a pharmaceutical laboratory or an equivalent combination is required
  • Ability to draft reports and effectively present the information
  • Reasoning skills: Ability to determine problems, collect data, establish facts and draw valid conclusions; interpret, mathematically or in the form of a diagram, a big variety of technical instructions and process several abstract and concrete variables
  • Computer skills: To successfully undertake this work, a person should have basic computer skills with a knowledge of MS Suite products and the ability to effectively and securely use the Internet tools