Manager, Strategic Planning, Medical Affairs – Pharmaceutical
The position will require time spent in the Princeton Headquarters 2-3 days per week, with flexibility for the rest of the time, to work from home. All roles for this client will require the consultant to provide proof of COVID-19 vaccination.
As the Manager, Strategic Planning, you will;
- Focus heavily on strategy and budget planning and tracking, and prioritize other initiatives to develop standard framework and project management to improve efficiency.
- Manage, drive, and report progress to identify and assess fiscal and executional risks related to assigned Medical Affairs plan tactics, and discuss identified risks and the corresponding mitigation plans with MA team.
- Drive and ensure timely implementation of assigned Medical Affairs functional projects (i.e. technology platform rollout and implementation from a project management perspective around IITs, IME and Medical Information).
- Manage Statements of Work (SOW), contracts, and supporting documents to assess potential risks to delivery of Medical Affairs tactics and projects within budget and on time.
- Manage the planning and implementation of Medical Affairs, national meetings, conference and scientific meetings planning including medical information booths from a project management perspective to ensure an effective and efficient process is established.
- Manage protocol governance activities to ensure strategic alignment with Medical Affairs plans.
- Support the planning and conduct of advisory board meetings and focus groups by developing a framework from a project management perspective to drive efficiency in planning and implementing these meetings.
- Assess Medical Affairs operational efficiencies to improve ways of working and implement change management.
- Support the Senior Director of Strategic Planning Medical Affairs with Medical Affairs plan, annual and quarterly budget forecasting process through Planning, and departmental projects through project management for completion of the tactical plan.
- Responsible for the monthly Medical Affairs accrual process with Finance.
- Support head of Medical Affairs on key projects as needed
- Travel up to 20%. Domestic and international travel may include spending time at cancer trial sites/institutions, conference center, offices, and hotels.
Your background will include:
- Bachelor’s degree (e.g., BS, BA) is preferred. Associate’s degree with equivalent pharmaceutical experience.
- Minimum of 2-3 years of related Strategic Planning and Project Management experience within the pharmaceutical industry; oncology experience preferred