Project Manager-Scientific II (Associate)
126 E Lincoln Ave Rahway, NJ 07065 US
The Lead PM in Value Medical Project Management will lead the development, planning, and execution of the integrated Value and Implementation Plan. This role works closely with global cross-functional leads in CORE, BARDs and GMSA (e.g., VT, EDMA/GDMA) to ensure the seamless development, coordination and execution of all aspects of the V&I Plan. This includes aggregation and reporting of internal and external collected insights, tracking of evidence generating activities, planning and operations work for reimbursement/Health Technology Assessment (HTA) submissions/resubmissions and communication of data across different stakeholder groups to inform patient care. The Lead PM plays a critical role to collaborate with the VT and MT Teams to manage deliverables related to insights, evidence and communication as part of the V&I Plan. Value-Medical Lead Project Manager Roles and Responsibilities: Primary responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the following 5 key areas: Planning and prioritization: * Contribute strategic insights to drive operational excellence in the development and tactical execution of V&I Plans * Align and prioritize plans through cross-functional collaboration with key global and regional stakeholders in BARDS/CORE/GMSA * Lead the coordination and execution of launch planning activities e.g., country surveys and strategic workshops * Coordinate the planning, tracking and delivery of key components of the reimbursement/HTA submission dossiers. Support the preparation for HTA consultations in collaboration with local affiliates and the cross functional team. Communications Management: * Lead planning efforts related to internal global/regional team meetings including agendas, decisions, action items * Manage document repositories and systems used for the exchange of information with affiliates and internal / external collaborators e.g., EngageZone * Coordinate and facilitate interactions and communications with countries and ensure that key learnings are shared across markets and therapeutic areas; facilitate communication with alliance partners * Manage the V&I integrated book of business reports (including Non-Interventional Studies, MISP, publications, etc.) Stakeholder Management: * Collaborate with internal teams on the planning of deliverables related to scientific expert input and related activities; collaborate with alliance partners * Lead the planning and preparation for key product development stage gate interactions with MRL and HH senior leadership * Coordinate medically important activities requiring therapeutic area coordination, including Regional and Local Data Generation study planning cycle. Reporting and Tracking: * Establish and track key performance indicators and value metrics for the global & regional plans and reimbursement/HTA submission Plans * Provide financial stewardship, and milestone tracking of V&I Plan aligned global/regional activities and projects. Risk Management: * Manage risk register for the VT, MT and Value and Implementation Teams * Support internal and department processes and procedures, including global and local compliance, to ensure compliant execution of teams activities and projects * Collaborate extensively and troubleshoot issues by providing potential resolutions when necessary with internal and external partners to ensure timely management and dissemination of V&I deliverables and reimbursement/HTA dossier components
Education: Required: • Bachelor's degree required in a scientific, business, or related healthcare area. Preferred: • Master's degree in Public Health (or closely related discipline, such as health administration or biological sciences) preferred. • PMP or CAPM certification. Experience and Skills: Required: • Ability to lead and manage working teams without formal reporting structure • Ability to collaborate across functional areas and geographic boundaries • Five years of work experience in clinical/observational research within pharmaceutical industry, or equivalent experience • Excellent written and verbal communication and interpersonal skills and ability to collaborate with and influence a wide variety of stakeholders, with a capacity to work across cultures and hierarchical boundaries • Strong project management and prioritization skills with demonstrated ability to deliver on operational objectives for complex projects, portfolio planning and project management • Highly motivated, able to work independently and collaboratively, raising issues with recommendations for solutions. Preferred: • Basic knowledge of epidemiologic or outcomes research and statistics • Knowledge of Health Technology Assessment environment • Strong business acumen with ability to determine compliant path forward for new ideas and value-added solutions.
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