Are you bold, energetic and resourceful, and looking to climb to a new level in your career? PEAK Pharma is reinventing the way products and services are being introduced to healthcare professionals in Canada. Enjoy working in a dynamic environment with full resources and established processes, and relish the many opportunities provided by our diverse and broad client base. If you have talent and passion for communicating product value and building lasting relationships in the healthcare industry, PEAK Pharma wants to hear from you!


Join a game-changing organization that is reinventing the way products and services are being introduced to the healthcare market in Canada. Our partner team have a combined 50+ years of experience to this space, giving you the rare and valuable opportunity of exposure to both start-up organizations as well as established healthcare companies. Plus, you’ll be teaming up with some of the most talented professionals and organizations in the industry.


PEAK offers you the chance to grow your career with a company committed to transparency, integrity and accountability. PEAK offers you more than just a single pharmaceutical sales role – the diversification and breadth of our client portfolio and professional network creates a multitude of career paths and opportunities. Enjoy working in a dynamic environment where you will be supported with comprehensive resources and simplified processes. As an equal opportunity employer, we celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees.

  • Competitive compensation
  • Potential for commission and bonus options
  • Full-time and part-time opportunities
  • Terms of varying lengths, with options to renew
  • Potential to transition to a permanent role
  • Diverse pharmaceutical and medical sales jobs
  • Allowances for expenses as needed
  • Potential for HR benefits
  • Dedicated training and support
  • Opportunity to partner with both start-ups and established organizations


You’re bold, energetic and very resourceful, especially when results are at stake. You have what it takes to succeed – a competitive drive coupled with the exceptional ability to communicate the value behind our clients’ products. You are committed to building lasting business relationships. You have the talent and passion required for intriguing pharmaceutical and medical sales job roles.

  • Ability to collaborate
  • Able to multi-task in a fast-paced environment
  • Action-oriented work ethic
  • Engaging manner
  • Entrepreneurial spirit
  • Innovative ideas
  • Passion for self-development
  • Results-oriented mindset
  • Self-assurance
  • Strong leadership skills



From day one PEAK has provided a trusting and friendly work environment. I have felt more like a partner in business, than an employee of the company. I have been given the freedom to manage my own territory without question but also provided an open door when support and guidance is needed. Their extraordinary knowledge of the business has helped me many times to excel in my career. I am grateful to work for an employer that helps me grow to new heights and supports me in many ways.

– S.O., Pharmaceutical Sales Representative, Ontario


I’ve been working with Jennifer Meldrum and Rich Adamson of PEAK Pharma with various clients since 2007. As an employee, it has been the best experience of my career. You will have their personal cell phones, and will quickly feel that you work with Peak Pharma, instead of for them. Both keep current, active, and adaptable to this ever-changing industry and are recognized professionally in the highest regard among clients and employees. Jenn and Rich have created a dynamic environment: free of politics, and full of support, open communication, respect and trust. It is the combination of all these traits that set them apart, and have contributed to their success. I look forward to many more years working with Jenn and Rich at Peak Pharma Solutions!

– V.D., Pharmaceutical Sales Representative, Ontario


Great company to work for! Management is fantastic: they provide a very positive & supportive working environment because they genuinely care. They work with a wide range of partners so great opportunity to work for some of the top tier pharma companies to promote great products and gain invaluable experience. Whether you’re new to the industry or experienced and looking for a contract role, Peak Pharma Solutions is the way to go. Being a seasoned rep, my own personal experience in working with them has been nothing but positive so would highly recommend them! A big thank you to Jenn & Rich for the invaluable experience and opportunity for work with a great team!

– S.S., Specialty Sales Representative, Ontario, Canada

Job Posting


Associate Medical Director – Canada


Experience Needed: Years

Location: Canada (Remote)

PEAK Pharma Solutions Inc. is currently recruiting on behalf of a growing Canadian pharmaceutical organization: DOMPÉ CANADA. If you are experienced in leading a medical affairs team in the Canadian pharmaceutical industry, you will want to part of this exciting opportunity. This position is a full-time, permanent position directly with the client. PEAK Pharma Solutions Inc. is only acting as the recruiter. ABOUT DOMPÉ At Dompé, our success is rooted in our team and our history. We are a private, rapidly growing global biopharmaceutical company. Founded in Milan, Italy, we have a 165-year legacy of medical innovation. Dompé’s rich history has greatly influenced its priorities today: to innovate for the benefit of patients facing both everyday wellness needs and rare conditions. Dompé operates in two strategic areas in select markets around the world: Primary Care, which includes prescription and over-the-counter products; and Biotechnology and Rare Disease, which recently expanded into the United States. Today Dompé has 800 employees worldwide and we are excited to be scaling in Canada. YOUR ROLE AT DOMPÉ Under the guidance of the Director of International Medical Affairs, the Associate Medical Director of Medical Affairs for Canada is responsible for the development of the Canadian medical affairs strategy and tactics, medical operations, medical information, medical payer clinical strategy, medical training, medical education and scientific communications. The Associate Medical Director oversees the Medical Communications Manager and MSL Manager and sets all the KPIs for the department and oversees all the key responsibilities of medical affairs within Canada, while aligning with the global medical affairs teams. This roll is remote in Canada and will have some field-based time. MAIN RESPONSIBILITIES Canada Medical Affairs Operational Excellence: Develop global medical affairs strategy and tactics in alignment with cross functional teams and global medical affairs.Effectively manage budget agreed upon with re-prioritizing as required for new initiatives, and appropriate budget resets quarterly.Ensure operations are executed in compliance with all global and local policies.Effectively contribute to decision-making of global medical affairs. Internal and External Leadership: Lead the Medical Information/Operations/Communications teams in Canada.Create metrics and individual goals to track success of department.Provide appropriate mentoring and coaching to direct reports with respect to technical skills, business acumen/planning, and effective territory management.Establish and maintain scientific and clinical relationships with medical professionals, researchers, payor groups and other members of the scientific community.Manage external vendors supporting medical affairs activities, providing clear direction, and ensuring timely completion of key deliverables.Serve as the medical expert on the cross-functional commercialization team and serve as the voice for the medical affairs team representing Canada and the local needs.Contribute to pipeline strategy and develop corresponding medical affairs strategy and tactics for all existing and new R&D projects.Provide scientific input and participate in local medical and cross-functional initiatives to develop business strategy plans.Maintain awareness of and access to internal and external information sources available to support direct reports. Continue to gain expertise and knowledge to serve as the knowledge basis for the organization. Keep abreast of current medical literature and critical appraisal of scientific publications. Clinical Strategy Market Access: Develop and implement clinical strategy for payers (private and public) based on internal and external data and scientific positioning. Leverage global resources to support local payer presentations and create all payer presentation materials.Execute high priority managed care presentations and ensure continued clinical enhancements.Assign as needed proper medical affairs team members to cover clinical presentations and NAM clinical training.Develop and update clinical FAQs related to market access. Implement as needed clinical strategies to overcome policy restrictions for certain plans. Develop tactical plans for medical education materials needed for payers including the Dossier. Local Medical Information Management: Manage on-boarding medical information vendor in partnership with the Global Medical Information Director.Systematically identifies medical information needs based on incoming medical information request forms (MIRFs) received and develops related Standard Response Documents (SRDs).Medical research needs via PubMed and other databases, as well as primary analysis of the clinical study report (CSR) with our internal R&D team. Local Medical Communications: Abstract and Publication Strategy development: Creation and execution of annual publication plan for Canada. Work with all cross functional partners to gain agreement on medical publication and abstract plan yearly.Manage and onboard medical communications vendors and medical writers to ensure alignment to medical affairs strategy and clinical data.Writes and obtains internal reviews and approvals for posters and abstracts submitted for all major Ophthalmic conferences in a timely manner, planning for and adhering to deadlines.Serves to represent Canada on global publications committee. Leverages global data for local scientific needs in Canada. Materials: Lead strategy and manage the tactical execution of materials (e.g., slide decks, FAQs) for field medical personnel.Develops content for presentations at scientific meetings, including Medical Affairs Advisory Board Meetings and Medical Symposia supported by the company.Performs regular literature surveillance, informs appropriate individuals about general literature of interest, and creates detailed alerts upon identification of high interest new literature in a timely manner.Supports medical affairs initiatives as needed and perform other related duties as required by position.Provides fair and balanced medical and scientific communications that are not misleading and adheres to the highest ethical standards. PRC and MLR: Represents the Medical Affairs function on the Promotional Review Committee (PRC), reviewing all pieces for medical accuracy and ensures pieces reviewed follow all OPDP and regulatory standards for the first 6 months of launch.Train and onboard medical communications manager to lead PRC reviews.Lead for medical legal review committee (MLR) for all medical affair materials.Ensure SOP alignment and training for all medical team members involved in reviews. Medical Operations and Training Management: Leads the development and maintenance of medical affairs departmental processes, operations, policies, SOPs, and associated documents.Manage strategic focus and timely execution of deliverables. This includes initiating team building activities, managing timelines and deliverables, leadership of team projects and progress monitoring, and collaborating cross-functionally to ensure smooth program operations.Provide operational efficiencies by implementing process improvements, providing guidance and support to team members, quickly identifying resolutions to issues, and developing communication plans to engage key stakeholders and increase program-related communication across the organization.Ensure management of Medical affairs compliance approvals, physician contracting, CDAs, vendor contracts.Development and maintenance of local medical affairs training programs by leveraging global medical affairs training materials and partnering with global training manager. MAIN AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITIES COMMON TO PEOPLE MANAGER: Develop goals/metrics and ensure strategy development and execution by Canadian medical affairs teams.Ensure goal and KPI execution of direct reports, conducting continuous check ins and quarterly performance reviews.Team hiring, field training, evaluations, motivation, and performance enhancement activities in alignment with the company’s corporate strategies and objectives.Work with direct reports to identify professional development goals and opportunities to ensure continued communication, motivation, and cultural alignment. RELATIONSHIPS WITH AREAS INTERNAL TO THE COMPANY Global Medical AffairsSalesOperations (Medical and Commercial)Legal, Ethics and ComplianceRegulatoryHRMarketingLegal & ComplianceMarket Access RELATIONSHIPS WITH BODIES/COMPANIES EXTERNAL TO THE COMPANY Key opinion leaders, HCPsPayers and other managed care stakeholdersPatient advocacy groupsRegional policy makers EDUCATION An advanced degree in life sciences (MD, PharmD or PhD or equivalent)Working knowledge and understanding of Medical Affairs compliance in Canada YOU COULD BE THE PERFECT FIT IF YOU HAVE: 2-3 years of experience in Medical Affairs either pharmaceutical industry or agency levelExpertise in Ophthalmic, with launch experience is preferredExcellent organizational skills and strong attention to detail; and ability to prioritize effectively and handle multiple tasksStrong interpersonal skills including verbal and written communication are essential in this collaborative work environmentAble to work in a global cross-functional environment, travel internationally with valid passport and licenseAble to travel domestically via air and car as needed SKILLS YOU’LL NEED FOR SUCCESS: TECHNICAL Superior written and verbal communication skillsStrong writing, editing, proofreading, layout and design, professional printing/publishing skills are essential, including ability to present concepts verballyAble to manage challenging medical questions to develop SRDs that are clear and conciseExperience with Veeva is preferredDevelop and update knowledge of applicable pharmaceutical guidelines and regulations,Code of Ethical Practices, and company policiesAbove average computer skills (MS Office, databases, etc.) SKILLS YOU’LL NEED FOR SUCCESS: PERSONAL Able to work effectively in virtual and multi-disciplinary teams globally.Self-motivated and has a positive attitude has a winning attitude and demonstrates a commitment to goals.Highly motivated and self-directed with ability to think innovatively & strategically, skillfully plan, manage, and prioritize multiple projects independently; demonstrates resilience and flexibility. Exceptional time management skills BENEFITS OF JOINING OUR TEAM: Comprehensive medical benefits: we value access to healthcare for our patients as well as our employeesGenerous vacation / holiday time off: we care about our employees and encourage a balanced lifestyleCompetitive 401(K) matchingA super cool team who’s excited to transform lives through innovative therapies Job Type: Full-time, Permanent Salary: $260,000.00-$280,000.00 per year If you would like to apply for this role please click on the link below Associate Medical Director – Canada We thank everyone that applies. If we feel your qualifications suit our current opportunity, we will be in touch with you. Please keep correspondence to email at this time. PEAK Pharma Solutions is an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees.

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