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Director Program Strategy and Execution

Agriculture and Forestry

Soil And Plant Scientist


East Hanover, New Jersey, United States

Director Program Strategy and Execution<br>Bringing life-changing medicines to millions of people, Novartis sits at the intersection of cutting-edge medical science and innovative digital technology. As a global company, the resources and opportunities for growth and development are plentiful including global and local cross functional careers, a diverse learning suite of thousands of programs & an in-house marketplace for rotations & project work. With a strong medicines pipeline our current transformation will not just deliver growth for our business but continue to allow us to bring innovative medicines to patients quickly.<br>Your responsibilities Include, but are not limited to:<br>Position Summary<br>This role will closely and proactively partner with HEOR, RWE (Real World Evidence), PHAM (Population Health Account Management), and Medical teams to shape and execute impactful population health projects, where Novartis collaborates with external organizations (such as Health Systems, Physician Practices, Payers, Professional Societies, and Quality Organizations) to co-develop innovative and scalable care-delivery solutions toward advancing population health and health equity. Scalable population health solutions often involve integrating and processing digitized healthcare data, thus expertise with EMR systems and related data is a critical success factor.<br><br>Job Description<br><br>1. Shaping and Executing Population Health Research Collaborations – Closely collaborate with HEOR, RWE, PHAM, Medical, Compliance & Legal, and Procurement teams, among others, to shape effective and compliant collaborative research projects—e.g., Implementation Science or Quality Improvement Initiatives, EHR-enabled Registries, customer data integration and analytic solution development, or other types of Research Collaborations (RCs)—in priority disease states. This role assumes the primary or co-primary (with HEOR and Medical teams) responsibility for developing and executing research content, processes, and appropriate solutions (including data, technology, and analytics) in collaboration with external organizations, to ensure population health impact and compliance of those RCs.<br>2. Quality & Innovation – Responsible for partnering with other functions to develop and/or execute robust RC practices to ensure rigor, quality, credibility and transparency. Encourage and enable creative, innovative and scalable research methods and data sources for efficiency and impact. <br>3. HEOR Cultural and Functional Leadership – Act and lead in line with company cultural aspiration – “Unbossed,” “Curious,” and “Inspired.” Contribute to continuous improvement and development of HEOR function through participation in functional initiatives and change management. <br>4. Business Partnering – Effectively partner with internal stakeholders (HEOR, PHAM, Market Access, Medical, Legal/Compliance, Global, etc.) at strategic and tactical levels to shape population health external research collaborations; generate and disseminate robust RWE and solutions in support of external stakeholders. <br>Our selection process will prioritize US-based associates whose roles may be changing or may be impacted as a result of the Transforming for Growth reorganization. This is a US based position. No international relocation will be provided for this position.<br>This is a US based position. No international relocation will be provided for this position.<br>“This position can be based remotely anywhere in the U.S. (there may be some restrictions based on legal entity). Please note that this role would not provide relocation as a result. The expectation of working hours and travel (domestic and/or international) will be defined by the hiring manager. This position will require X% travel.”<br>