Development Program Lead, Prostate Cancer (ARLDD)
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Job Title: Development Program Lead, Prostate Cancer (ARLDD)
Functional Area Description: Global Development, Transition Assets
Position Summary / Objective:
The Development Program Lead (DPL) serves as a leader of the cross-functional Development Lead is accountable for leading the vision and growth strategy for new oncology assets entering full development, In this role, they are also accountable for driving the execution of the strategy. Through leading a matrix team, they will assess business opportunities informed by scientific, regulatory, clinical and commercial aspects. This role will be a member of the Oncology Leadership Team
Strategy and Execution
Creates and delivers the vision and strategy for development of oncology asset
Shapes products for competitive profiling to support our value story
Holistically assessing and filling the data need for Registrational and Non-Registrational Data Generation across various markets
Partners with Early Development team matrix to ensure seamless transition to Transition Assets to maximize knowledge sharing and potential for GT4/5 success.
Serves as the Development Team leader, representing the scientific/development lead of the program
Oversees and adheres to the Product Development and Commercialization (PD&C) processes for the selected asset and achievement of key milestones
Proactively identifies potential risks and drives the execution of mitigation strategies Interpret and communicate key clinical trial results and regulatory milestones to appropriate governance boards
Develop a data generation strategy that addresses both regulatory and reimbursement needs globally
Partner with internal teams to develop and execute a Publications Strategy for primary and secondary publications
Leadership and Matrix Management
Sets a vision for the Development Team and engages the matrix team on that vision
Manages performance across the matrix team, in collaboration with the functional leaders, including Early Development
Secures required headcount and budget to achieve global PD&C plan and drives allocation and prioritization of activities across Research and Development, including Regulatory, Worldwide Medical, etc.
Oversees relevant sub-teams and ensures clear goals and performance standards are in place, provides feedback and coaching, and holds sub-team leaders accountable for key deliverables
Demonstrates peer-to-peer influence across R&D functional leadership
Stakeholder Engagement and Communication
Manages communications with key stakeholders across all BMS functional and market areas to ensure alignment while minimizing risk
ESSENTIAL LEADERSHIP CAPABILITIES
Ensures appropriate decisions are made in a timely manner and agreed with the appropriate levels to drive PD&C milestones
Builds and manages relationships with external stakeholders (Opinion Leaders, Strategic Alliance Partners, Patient Advocacy Leaders, Health Authorities)
Development of an overall communication strategy as well as the publications strategy and plan, PR plan and Broad internal communications
Supporting Public Affairs and Investor Relations in managing external BMS communications
MD/PhD/PharmD/secondary scientific degree preferred
Oncology experience is preferable
A minimum of 8+ years in the pharmaceutical industry, Health Authorities and/or academic experience, with proven progression in relevant R&D roles and significant experience in related therapeutic area
Key Competency Requirements
Extensive working knowledge in the drug development process, along with expertise in one or more of the relevant areas (e.g. clinical, regulatory, program management, project planning and management, medical)
Experience in managing/leading high performance, cross-functional teams (Matrix) or complex organizations successfully
Working knowledge of regulations in the Pharmaceutical industry (US and Global preferred)
Demonstrated ability to successfully and effectively collaborate, cooperate and work across boundaries (e.g. R&D, disease mgt., marketing, external development) and building strong external relationships
Ability to navigate through a complex and dynamic healthcare environment
Abreast of scientific issues as they impact business development and strategic planning
Success in situations requiring rigorous, analytical problem solving and the ability to determine scientific opportunity and commercial targets
Broad understanding of domestic and international issues relative to the pharmaceutical industry
Proven agility in prioritizing and navigating competing demands
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