Bristol-Myers Squibb Company

I-O Medical Scientist, GU Cancers

Location
Princeton, NJ, US
Posted
Oct 15, 2018
Ref
R1507991
Required Education
Doctorate/PHD/MD
Position Type
Full time
The I-O Medical Scientist and indication lead for GU cancers will provide leadership and direction to the US Medical team for GU cancers, works with colleagues on the the GU (RCC, Bladder, Prostate) and larger DA team and focus on strategy, planning, development, and implementation of an immuno-oncology program for GU cancers. In partnership with US Commercial and in collaboration with the HQ Medical and Development Teams, the I-O Medical Scientist and indication lead pursues a strategic vision for the product life-cycle. This position requires the ability to organize and simply communicate complex data, align others behind a medical strategy across a matrix and partnerships, and to create and energize high performing medical teams. This individual will set clear and challenging targets that allow skilled and empowered professionals to accomplish business objectives consistent with department/program goals. This position requires objective and effective decision making, and the ability to successfully manage integration points across all BMS functional and commercialization areas to ensure alignment. The I-O Medical Scientist GU will report to the I-O Medical Lead GU in US Medical.

Description:

The BMS Medical organization strives to be recognized throughout the world as the most accomplished and respected BioPharma Medical organization. In BMS Medical, you will have the ability to impact the lives of patients by developing and ensuring the safe and appropriate use of our medicines. The Medical organization plays a valuable and unique role in unlocking the full potential of our scientific and medical innovation. Medical bridges clinical development with clinical practice and gains broader knowledge of the healthcare industry.

The I-O Medical Scientist GU will provide leadership and direction to the US Medical team for GU cancers and focus on strategy, planning, development, and implementation of an immuno-oncology program for GU cancers. In partnership with US Commercial and in collaboration with the HQ Medical and Development Teams, the IO Medical Scientist GU pursues a strategic vision for the product life-cycle. This position requires the ability to organize and simply communicate complex data, align others behind a medical strategy across a matrix and partnerships, and to create and energize high performing medical teams. This individual will set clear and challenging targets that allow skilled and empowered professionals to accomplish business objectives consistent with department/program goals. This position requires objective and effective decision making, and the ability to successfully manage integration points across all BMS functional and commercialization areas to ensure alignment.

Critical Responsibilities include:

Developing a medical plan that is both product specific and disease area focused and in alignment with US Commercial (USC) and Headquarter Medical (HQM), translating appropriate Commercial and HQM strategies into effective US Medical launch and life cycle management activities.

Active leadership and participation as core member on the Headquarter Medical Team and closely collaborating and partnering with worldwide counterparts to craft the HQM plan that ensures US market needs are addressed.

Leadership of US cross-functional medical matrix teams (MMTs) which include USM data generation and knowledge transfer resources to drive timely and flawless execution.

Transparent communication and close collaboration with US Commercial & Access organizations to integrate medical perspectives into the commercialization process and ensure appropriate alignment between commercial and medical.

Externally focused and connected to high impact external influencers in order to identify and translate key insights and to appropriately drive adoption of BMS medicines.

Leadership of TA aligned field facing resources that provide them with the necessary coaching to ensure customer objectives are met.

Contributes when appropriate to shaping the competitive strategies around pricing and reimbursement by influencing a US perspective for the target product profile, label language and value considerations.

Continually measure and assess the execution of USM and tumor specific medical plans.

Requirements:

Advanced scientific degree (MD, PhD, PharmD)

Therapeutic area scientific & clinical expertise

Familiarity with all phases of oncology drug development, including clinical development, regulatory and life cycle management.

Healthcare landscape knowledge & insight

Proven impact and influence with high impact national TA leaders *

Launch expertise

Vision and strategic thinking

Business acumen

Partnering and collaboration

Influencing and persuasion- negotiation skills

Verbal & written communication skills

Change leadership

Ability to lead and manage a complex (e.g., cross-functional, matrix designed) project team

Experience within previous industry positions

Ability to build & lead diverse and results- oriented high performance teams *

Bristol-Myers Squibb is an equal opportunity employer. M/F/V/D

Qualifications: Doctorate, Pharmacy, Physician would be a pro. Candidate should have the ability to speak English. Should be experienced in Therapeutic Area and/or experience in Oncology for minimum 1 year.