Bristol Myers Squibb Associate Director Project Management Integrated Oncology in Princeton, New Jersey
Associate Director Project Management Integrated Oncology
We are passionate about our mission to discover, develop and deliver innovative medicines that help patients prevail over serious diseases and we are looking for talent that shares that passion to join our team. We need drivers who want to progress the science across a tightly integrated continuum of discovery, translational medicine, development and commercial. We work as a nimble team, making fast informed decisions because today, the science is moving faster than ever before and we are determined to leverage every advancement to get medicines to our patients when they need. We are seeking individuals who are creative and resilient with an innovative spirit willing to work with our drug development teams to enable our progress in oncology development.
Integrated Oncology Strategy and Operations Project Management is focused on driving new drug development through facilitating cross-functional insight generation and optimizing paths to decisions through expert project management of drug development and the portfolio governance that oversees them. The Project Manager utilizes a variety of project management tools to build and sustain high-performing cross-functional teams. The Project Manager provides all project management support to the teams and works closely with the team leaders. The Project Manager ensures optimal execution against the plan. This requires an understanding of both scientific and commercial issues, as well as efficient resource utilization in a multi-project environment. The Project Manager maintains all project timelines and is responsible for communicating changes to the approved plan. Responsibilities include creating and maintaining integrated cross-functional project timelines, preparing internal team documents, authoring development plans and monthly reports. This specific project management role may work closely with a key strategic alliance partner for projects that are being jointly developed.
MS, MBA, PhD, PharmD or other advanced degree in a physical or natural science with 7 or more years of experience in the pharmaceutical industry in areas such as biology, chemistry, translational medicine, clinical development, pharmaceutical development, or regulatory affairs. Strong basic science understanding, familiarity with drug development, biomarkers and diagnostics. Excellent oral and written skills are required, and PMP certification is desirable. Level will be commensurate with final candidate's experience.
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