Nordic MSL/Medical Advisor, Respiratory, Chiesi Nordic

Do you want to work as Medical Advisor/MSL in a Nordic company with an entrepreneurial and value driven culture? 

We are now searching for a professional and engaged Medical Advisor/MSL to support the Nordic team at Chiesi.


The role as Nordic MSL/Medical Advisor Respiratory requires a blend of strong scientific/clinical expertise and a high level of communication skill.  In addition, it is essential that you are a self-starter with a high level of motivation, whilst possessing the ability to work both independently or as part of a team as the situation demands.  A working knowledge of the pharma industry and a thorough understanding of the wider Healthcare system environment is highly desirable. You must have excellent communication and interpersonal skills as you will be dealing with a variety of internal and external customers on a daily basis.

This is a temporary assignment, initially until September 2026. You will be employed by Dedicare Denmark.


  • Provide fair and balanced field-based medical and scientific support in response to specific requests from healthcare professionals
  • Identify, develop and maintain professional and credible relationships with the health care community, especially Key Opinion Leaders (KOLs) and academic centres
  • Develop and maintain working relationships with the relevant patient organisations
  • Review and approve material developed by Marketing and Sales 
  • Collaborate crossfunctionally with commercial, market access, as well as all other relevant functions, including regulatory and safety
  • Develop and maintain in-depth knowledge of relevant products and relevant disease area in order to act as an expert medical resource
  • Project management of investigator initiated trial (IIT) applications 
  • Provide local input into company sponsored Phase II-IV clinical development activities, as required
  • Attend relevant national and international scientific meetings/congresses to ensure up-to-date knowledge of therapy area, gather competitive intelligence, and respond to any specific enquiries from healthcare professionals.
  • Produce and update scientific and clinical presentations for assigned therapeutic area
  • Provide support and training to the sales force and other departments
  • Contribute to the development of the Medical Affairs strategic plan, playing a lead role in the organisation and execution of advisory boards and symposia
  • Ensure compliance with all statutory requirements, internal processes and procedures for Pharmacovigilance.

Role requirements:

  • Medical, pharmacy, or higher science degree
  • Minimum two year experience in pharma industry
  • Proven relationship building skills with key opinion leaders
  • Proven knowledge of Compliance and business ethics in Denmark
  • Good working knowledge of the clinical trial process, including the regulations pertaining to phase III/IV clinical study management and conduct
  • Good understanding of Good Clinical Practice (GCP), and Good Pharmacovigilance Practice
  • Understanding of the wider Healthcare environment and key opportunities for pharma and the NHS to partner effectively within the scope of the ABPI Code of Practice
  • IT skills, including but not limited to use of MS Office software
  • Fluent in spoken and written Danish and English

Key competencies include:

  • Flexible and positive attitude
  • Experience in the respiratory area  is an advantage.
  • Significant experience in similar roles in the pharmaceutical industry (minimum two years)
  • Organisational and project management skills and experience
  • Excellent interpersonal, communication and presentation skills
  • Ability to work effectively both independently as well as part of a team, as the situation demands
  • Ability to interpret and present complex clinical data in a clear manner to a variety of audiences
  • Drive to continuously expand medical and scientific knowledge
  • Strong Medical Affairs skills
  • Strong external stakeholder engagement skills
  • Ability to recognize links between clinical development and commercial opportunities
  • Willingness to travel

I this is of interest to you, please get in touch with us at your earliest convenience or apply on the link. Interviews will be conducted on an ongoing basis and the position may be filled ahead of last date of application.

Chiesi is an international, research-focused biopharmaceuticals group with over 85 years of experience that develops and markets innovative therapeutic solutions in respiratory health, rare diseases, and critical care. The company´s mission is to improve people´s quality of life and act responsibly towards both the community and the environment. We are proud to have been awarded B Corp Certification, a recognition of high social and environmental standards.
The Nordic organisation started its journey in 2014 and today we engage around 100 employees across Sweden, Denmark, Finland and Norway. The Nordic office is located in the central part of Stockholm, together with a Research & Development site next to the KI campus.
We are committed to embrace diversity, inclusion and equal opportunities. In fact, we are a global family made up of different cultures, genders, generations, ethnicities, abilities, sexual identities and many other enriching diversities.

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