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The Sr. Director, Corporate Communications is responsible for the design and execution of comprehensive investor relations and public relations programs that support the overall corporate strategy. This person will be responsible for implementing and managing internal and external communication across all audiences. The Sr. Director, Corporate Communications is responsible for utilizing a broad spectrum of communications tools such as the web, investor conferences, press releases, and internal corporate initiatives, to positively position the company to achieve its corporate goals.
The Associate General Counsel is the lead commercial and regulatory attorney providing business focused strategic counsel on a broad array of commercial related matters in support of the Company’s product portfolio and pre-launch initiatives including product labeling, promotional review, compliance, FDA pharmaceutical regulations and requirements, advertising, and educational programs. This position will report to the SVP and General Counsel and will work collaboratively with outside counsel while working cross-functionally with the leadership team. This position will have significant opportunity to expand his / her legal base within our rapidly growing business.
The Senior Manager of Quality Control will assist in the development, implementation and maintenance of global quality control strategies across all phases of drug development through product approval and the post marketing setting. Assure compliance with relevant regulations and guidelines. Serve as quality control representative on cross-functional teams. Communicate with and manage quality consultants, CROs, and other external vendors.
The QC Analytical Chemistry Data reviewer will review analytical data, technical reports, protocols, final reports, stability reports and other forms of documentation as required to ensure they are correct, complete and compliant. Communicate review observations to personnel responsible for the results to ensure all appropriate review observations are properly addressed and documented.
The Sr/Medical Science Liaison (MSL) is a scientific resource capable of conducting high level scientific and strategic interactions across product and disease states with external thought leaders as well as internal Tetraphase stakeholders. MSLs are responsible for supporting medical education, training, clinical, non-clinical and health economics and outcomes research for Tetraphase products. The MSL ensures appropriate scientific exchange, develops peer relationships with thought leaders and content experts and provides balanced scientific support to healthcare professionals on behalf of Tetraphase and Tetraphase Medical Affairs in their geographic region. The MSL has a deep understanding of the scientific trends within the infectious diseases and acute care environment and routinely synthesizes their scientific field insights and communicates to the appropriate headquarters-based colleagues (Medical Affairs, Senior Management, Corporate Communications, Clinical Research, Business Development, etc).