The SPM will support the business-related initiatives for his/her respective Therapeutic Area (TA). This individual will work closely with his/her respective Medical Program Lead (MPL) and TA Global Medical Team (GMT), both internally and with our collaborative Alliance partner (when applicable), to support the operational execution of LCM-related initiatives as well as various programs including launch deliverables depending on the LCM of the product. The individual in this role, while working in a matrix team of people and resources, will support the TA-specific Medical Program Lead and GMT to ensure alignment of key activities outlined in the Global Medical Plans.
Key Responsibilities Include:
Provide Program Management support for his/her respective TA in close partnership with his/her respective MPL
Partner with respective Global Medical Director to operationalize Global Medical Team(s)
Partner with respective Global Medical Director, Brand team and functional leads in the Global Medical Planning process (Plan generation, tracking and updating)
Provide Program Management support relative to LCM management including overall processes, timelines, budget and coordination thereof for the following:
Financial – provide YTD updates for Medical teams and partner with TA Medical team and Finances to facilitate financial exercises throughout the year
Medical Study Prioritization process
CSS – SRC approval coordination and central source in Medical for CSO communications and partnerships
ISS – SRC approval process owner and management of Visiontracker system through the SRC review process
Partner with key functional key stakeholders to capture all operational details of ISS, RWE, study data milestones, and budget specific to all studies defined in the Medical plan
Compliance reporting for CSS
Optimize communication and decision-making by ensuring cross-functional representation at relevant team meetings as well as various Medical Affairs’ programs.
Support all operational activities to ensure work flow and processes are efficient and compliant with internal SOPs and external guidelines.
Manage portfolio & operational level activities via a harmonized Program Management Tool to be used across the SG MPM organization
Build and maintain strong and collaborative partnerships with internal and external parties. Serve as an advocate for the overall collaboration with our alliance partners (where applicable) and its objectives.
Provide Program Management support for various initiatives specific to TA
The ideal candidate will have background in biotech/pharmaceutical industries as well as direct experience in Project/Program Management; scientific background and Medical Affairs experience preferred
Bachelor of Science (BS) required, advanced degree in science preferred, MBA is a plus
At least 5+ years of project/program management or relevant experience in biotech/pharma or clinical/scientific environment
Ability to lead project and implement strategy into tactical plan
Thorough understanding of project/program management techniques and methodology
Ability to foster teamwork and collaboration coordinating cross-functional teams (matrix environment)
Ability to manage projects with minimum supervision from end to end
Ability to establish and provide frequent reporting dashboards with key metrics utilizing harmonized methodologies within our organization
Strong interpersonal and communication experience with the ability to effectively interface across all levels of the organization, strong organizational skills
Ability to multitask and maintain tight timelines and priorities in a highly professional manner
Excellent knowledge of MS Office; working knowledge of program/project management software
Act for Change- embrace change and innovation to initiate new and improved ways of working.
Cooperate transversally- collaborate effectively with peers, stakeholders and partners across the organization, within and across GBUs, to positively impact business results.
Strategic Thinking & Decision Making – ability to think and plan broadly and long-term to inspire excellence in execution and timely decision making based on information available.
Location: Headquarters – Cambridge, MA
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