Bristol-Myers Squibb Company

Manager, Triage Department

Princeton, NJ
May 23, 2019
Clinical, Science/R&D
Required Education
Bachelors Degree
Position Type
Full time
  • Assist and support the Associate Director, Triage for the identification and the implementation of standards and best practices for Triage.
  • Conduct thorough and careful analysis of project requirements and deliver quality solutions to critical business projects.
  • Inspires co workers to pursue excellence, motivate team members to work together in the most efficient manner and consistently acknowledge and appreciate each team member's contributions
  • Contribute to the creation of a high performance culture through effective leadership and communication with the different functional areas within GPV&E.
  • Proactively identify key project issues and identify potential solutions to effectively streamline processes as well as work effectively with project teams, business partners, vendors and colleagues to ensure solutions are implemented in a timely and concise manner.
  • Exercise a high degree of adaptability in dealing with an ambiguous and complex work environment which includes demands from respective project teams and business partners.
  • Based on project plans and goals, establishes strong working relationships and responsibility within GPV&E.
  • Deliver creative, value-added business results through superior execution.
  • Mentors, trains, builds consensus opinion and shares best practices through open and constructive dialogue with colleagues in all aspects of daily work.
  • Manage day to day operational aspects of a project and scope including but not limited to keeping the team well informed of updates and changes.
  • Effectively communicate relevant project information to team members and superiors.
  • Manage the process of innovative change effectively.
  • Communicate effectively with business partners and vendors to identify needs and evaluate alternative business solutions.
  • Responsible for 6 direct reports.


Bachelor's degree and a minimum of 5 years of experience in processing serious adverse events from clinical studies and from post-marketing reports.
Demonstrates ability to analyze and interpret complex problems/data gathered from a variety of sources and, through effective decision-making and planning, delivers superior business solutions.
Demonstrates ability to work with a range of technically and culturally diverse people, influencing them to accomplish common goal.
Experience of being able to successfully and productively supervise a team of individuals.
Demonstrates ability to effectively communicate to a diverse audience, at multiple levels within the company, through various formats, i.e. presentations, written proposals/reports/correspondence, leading meetings, face to face dialogue.
First-hand experience of working directly with customers, technical experts and professional staff.
Understanding of organizational structure, operating culture, effective work styles, and achieving results in a change environment.
Mastery of individual AE Processing steps, both internally and externally, as well as the ability to understand the impact of future changes within GPV&E.
Mastery of medical terminology and in depth understanding of all process steps.