Medical Science Liaison- SE (Florida or Texas)

Location: Florida or Texas

Job Description:


The MSL will primarily work within an assigned territory. She/he is responsible for maintaining monthly expenses to assigned budget parameters. She/he is responsible for accurate and timely documentation of his/her activities. The MSL is required to conduct all field scientific support activities under the direction of Medical Affairs leadership and in accordance with current regulatory and healthcare compliance guidelines.

Essential Duties/Responsibilities:

  • Identify and develop relationships with international, national, regional, local, and emerging medical / scientific Thought Leaders (TLs), academic centers, and researchers consistent with the strategy and objectives of Revance Medical Affairs

  • Act as a liaison for international, national, regional, local, and emerging TLs and researchers to align mutual interests, discuss research and medical information, and facilitate clinical research with Revance investigational products

  • Engage in scientific exchange and education about current and emerging therapies in Aesthetic Medicine

  • Identify and communicate medical/scientific insights and trends that are relevant to Revance and its stakeholders (e.g., the competitive landscape, unmet needs of investigators, researchers, and physicians, etc.)

  • Capture and document strategic and novel insights from the field to aid in refining company strategies

  • Develop and maintain scientific, clinical, and aesthetic expertise in areas related to botulinum toxin that include, but are not limited to, glabellar lines

  • Develop and maintain Revance product knowledge and stay up to date with emerging science and medical trends

  • Follow agreed-upon processes for effective, compliant, medically-sound information tools and resources to support the safe and effective use of company-marketed products

  • Identify aesthetically-focused medical or scientific concepts that can be used for product differentiation of neuromodulators and participate in scientific content development in accordance with Revance policies

  • Provide appropriate scientific, clinical, and educational support for internal and external customers

  • Support interactions with investigators and potential investigators in conjunction with ongoing and planned clinical trials

  • Represent the company at continuing medical education events, programs, medical congresses, roundtable discussions, and advisory board meetings

  • Lead congress planning efforts for select medical congresses

  • Support commercial operations by participating in TL Speaker and Internal Stakeholder Training (e.g., field sales)

  • Assist TLs as needed in supporting the submission of investigator-initiated trials

  • Ensure compliance with corporate policies and procedures as well as U.S. healthcare laws and regulations

  • Lead/contribute to special project teams as necessary

  • Complete other activities as assigned by Medical Affairs leadership


  • PhD, MD, PharmD, DO or other recognized doctorate level education


Minimum Required: Minimum of 3 years MSL experience (5 years preferred); preferably with expertise in neuromodulators (botulinum toxin/neurotoxins), Dermatology, Aesthetic Plastic Surgery and/or other relevant specialties, and minimum of 5 years post professional degree, practice, or relevant transferrable experience (e.g., clinical practice, academic research, regulatory/scientific)


  • Has the experience, desire, and initiative to deliver superior services to internal and external stakeholders

  • Knowledge of customer segments and market dynamics within Dermatology, Plastics, and Reconstructive Surgery

  • Highly-developed interpersonal skills and demonstrated ability to develop and maintain credible medical / scientific relationships with TLs in Dermatology, Plastics, and Reconstructive Surgery,

  • Capability to work independently or in a cross-functional team structure and to adjust effectively to work within new structures, processes, requirements, or cultures

  • Working knowledge of drug development, regulatory approval processes, clinical trial methodologies, and guidelines

  • Knowledge of PhRMA, OIG, and other regulatory guidelines relating to compliant medical and scientific communications

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

  • Exceptional interpersonal skills and high scientific and clinical acumen.

  • High credibility and the ability to communicate complex information clearly and confidently to diverse audiences.

  • Drive results for the company and contribute to core corporate goals.


  • Scientific and pharmaceutical knowledge and/or experience

  • Outstanding interpersonal skills and ability to develop and maintain effective professional relationships

  • Excellent communication and presentation skills, both written and oral

  • Strong team player with leadership skills and ability to work both independently and collaboratively

  • Well-developed organizational, planning, and project management skills

  • Ability to effectively learn, teach, and convey clinical and non-clinical technical information

  • Proficiency in Excel, PowerPoint, Word, and Customer Relationship Management (CRM) software

  • Ability to travel > 50% (including overnight travel)

  • Valid U.S. driver’s license

Arlene Jordan