About Aadi Bioscience

Aadi Bioscience Inc. (Aadi), is a rapidly growing biopharmaceutical company focused on the development and commercialization of precision medicines targeted to rare genomic alteration-driven cancers. Aadi’s lead asset, FYARROTM (sirolimus albumin-bound nanoparticles for injectable suspension), is an mTOR inhibitor targeting cancers driven by genetic alterations in mTOR pathway genes. Supported by leading healthcare investors, Aadi is currently preparing for launch of FYARRO in advanced malignant PEComa, a rare type of sarcoma with no previously approved therapies.

Aadi’s world class leadership team is comprised of industry veterans from top biotech companies who have proven track records of bringing blockbuster products to market. A science-first mindset and entrepreneurial spirit is in our genes. Aadi’s vision to become a leading precision oncology company is further supported by ongoing work in tumor-agnostic biomarker-driven populations (e.g., pan tumor TSC1/2 alterations) and novel combination trials.

Our culture emphasizes a deep passion for scientific innovation, collaboration, and commitment to improving patient outcomes in rare cancers. We are looking to hire proven functional leaders who can thrive in a fast-paced, rapidly evolving environment, and who aren’t afraid to roll up their sleeves to get things moving. Resourcefulness, comfort with ambiguity, a strong sense of ownership and a humble attitude are critical attributes for potential candidates.

Aadi Bioscience is proud to be an Equal Employment Opportunity employer committed to a diverse and dynamic workplace. We do not discriminate based upon race, religion, color, national origin, gender (including pregnancy, childbirth, or related medical conditions), sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, age, status as a protected veteran, status as an individual with a disability, or other applicable legally protected characteristics.


Title: Medical National Field Director

Position Overview

The National Field Director (NFD) will lead a national team of Medical Science Liaisons (MSLs) in the area of oncology with a focus on soft tissue sarcomas.  This role will require a deep understand of disease state, clinical treatments and the ability to understand and synthesize novel molecular pathways and apply that to clinical practice.  The NFD is responsible for performance and compliance standards of the team nationally. The NFD manages various aspects of the employment experience including, but not limited to: recruiting and hiring, performance management and corrective items, reconciliation and expense management, and employee relations related issues.  The NFD will work closely with the Head of Medical Affairs to achieve all project goals, while actively working to develop efficiencies and remove any barriers to successful program implementation.

This position will report to the Senior Director and Head of Medical Affairs.

Key Responsibilities

  • Identify, interview, train, build and manage high-performance MSL team; providing supporting and strategic coverage to key national accounts as needed

  • Plan, organize and monitor employee assignments, territories, activities and projects to achieve program objectives

  • Work with Medical Affairs to translate program requirements into actionable field strategy plans that can be successfully delivered by field team members

  • Provide administrative oversight for the field medical team, including but not limited to, team members’ schedules, time off requests, and expense reporting and monitoring.

  • Evaluate field team territory performance and monitor productivity/metrics, workload and outputs while ensuring compliance with policies and processes and addressing issues through corrective action process as they arise; report field team KPIs to Head of Medical Affairs

  • Gain valuable insight and feedback from the field team on presented medical and scientific information and share this information with key internal stakeholders

  • Respond compliantly to escalated medical and clinical information requests from MSLs while ensuring all medical information responses are factual, fair and balanced, scientifically accurate and comply with compliance policies and local codes of practice, guidelines and laws to ensure the strictest requirements are met

  • Maintain expertise in the scientific/therapeutic areas assigned, as well as all therapeutic options, including but not limited to competitor drugs

  • Support clinical development activities and programs

  • Possess in-depth knowledge of the pathophysiology and treatment of soft tissue sarcomas

  • Maintain scientific knowledge in the treatment of soft tissue sarcomas and other disease areas as assigned

  • Ensure systems, processes, and enabling technology are in place to support field execution; assist field team with utilization of all technology requirements: CRM use, expense and OSIM reporting, activity reports, sales reports and other reports as needed

  • Ensure the compliant utilization of CRM tools by sales team and hold accountable for effective use 

  • Adhere, at all times, to corporate policies and guidance, as well as remain in compliance with all relevant Federal and State legal and regulatory guidelines


Key Qualifications and Skills



  • Advanced degree required (PhD preferred)

  • 3-5 years of pharmaceutical industry field/clinical management experience required with previous experience in oncology, ideally from a mix of mid-sized to large and small companies; experience with single-asset biopharma companies preferred

  • Must be able to successfully complete client training and meet training expectations in order to proceed to leading the team within the parameters of the program.

  • Willingness to travel to work related meetings and functions (including overnight and/or weekend) – anticipated 80%+ travel; residence near a major airport is preferred

  • Understanding of the biotechnology R&D process

  • Successful record of achieving and maintaining compliance with all applicable regulatory, legal, and operational rules

  • Can build productive relationships with external stakeholders including KOLs

  • Trustworthy with high level of integrity, possesses an enterprise mindset; strong process skills, sense of urgency; results-oriented, professionally driven, self-starter; resourceful, decisive and proactive

  • Excellent interpersonal communications, public speaking, and presentation skills

  • A valid driver’s license and safe driving record.

  • Successfully pass pre-employment background check including drug screen

  • Reside near a major airport

  • Demonstrated technical aptitude, working proficiency in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook and Teams) and Zoom/virtual meeting systems.


  • Experience with sarcoma and soft tissue tumors.

  • Experience working with pathologists.

  • 5+ years management experience in pharmaceutical healthcare/clinical/field medical, especially around oncology patient care.

  • CSO/CMO Management experience

To be considered for this position, please send your cover letter & resume to and name your desired position in the subject line.