Associate Director, Therapeutic Project Manager

Location
Tarrytown, NY, United States
Posted
Oct 26, 2020
Ref
21360BR
Required Education
Bachelors Degree
Position Type
Full time

The Associate Director, Therapeutic Area Project Management (TAPM) provides project management leadership for the cross functional clinical development teams, ensuring targets are met on time and with quality. We are looking for a leader to be accountable for the assigned therapeutic area clinical portfolio. You will plan strategy and develop and supervise the program budget and timelines against the baseline. You facilitate decision-making, drive activities to completion, troubleshoot issues and identify and mitigate risks within the clinical program, and with external partners.

As an Associate Director, TAPM, a typical day might include the following:

  • Coordinating and driving the clinical strategy to completion across the various development phases within scope, timelines and budget
  • Working closely with equivalent portfolio functional leaders to ensure objectives are being met within the therapeutic area(s)
  • Encouraging a productive and positive team environment and collaborating closely with the development program manager, operations lead, clinical development lead and Therapeutic Area Head.
  • Facilitating clinical development team meetings and translating the strategic clinical goals into operational plans.
  • Driving the discussions related to early planning to develop the studies that will form the development plan and integrated clinical timelines.
  • Coordinating scenario planning to provide management with decision-making information, such as high-level timelines and costs.
  • Accountability for the budget development process and facilitating the budget approval process with the clinical study team managers.
  • Participating in the quarterly re-forecast cycle to ensure the clinical assumptions are current and accurate within the operational development plan documents.
  • Finding opportunities for standardization and providing leadership in resulting workstreams and initiatives.
  • Crafting and authoring functional Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs), guidance documents and onboarding/training.
  • Identifying trends for risks and developing mitigation strategies across portfolio.
  • Facilitating action follow-up and issue resolution within the matrix-environment in order to attain portfolio goals.
  • Leading and participating in Lessons Learned debriefs.
  • Serving as the main point of contact for assigned portfolio assets related to progress, objectives, clinical budgets and timelines.
  • Coordinating and supervising these related activities with the assigned TAPM staff in their portfolio remit.


This role may be for you if you have:

 

  • Demonstrated success working effectively within matrix environments in the drug development / pharmaceutical industry
  • Expert planning, organization and time management skills, including the ability to oversee multiple therapeutic areas and prioritize multiple projects.
  • Advanced knowledge of clinical/operational budgeting and timeline development with the ability to evaluate critical path and program interdependencies.
  • Are comfortable in a highly visible role that regularly interacts with executive levels on clinical project status and goals.
  • Are able to challenge yet at the same time engender trust, placing the needs of the organization/team before your own.


To be considered for this opportunity you must have

A BS/MS Degree with typically 10+ years of relevant project management experience in the pharmaceutical / biotech industry. Advanced degree (PhD, PharmD, MBA) preferred. PMP certification desired. A strong understanding of relevant laws and policies guiding the pharmaceutical industry (e.g. ICH/GCP Guidelines). Proven leadership and relationship building skills. Demonstrated ability to exert influence with senior management to reach desired outcomes. Ability to coach and mentor junior staff, serving as a role model for the function and organization. Proficient experience in relevant software: MS Excel, PowerPoint, Word, Project/OnePager. Willingness to travel up to 25%.

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