Preclinical Operations (PCO) is seeking a Manager, Preclinical Operations to join the team. Using program management knowledge and experience in the drug development industry, this team member would provide operational Project Management leadership to Preclinical Development (PCD) and Drug Safety & Pharmacometrics (DSP) on assigned projects with minimal guidance. This team member would also provide guidance and input to cross-functional project teams to drive projects to completion.
As a Manager, Preclinical Operations, a typical day may include the following:
- Applies technical knowledge (e.g., functional, scientific, drug development, project management etc.) and frequently contributes to development and implementation of new and unique concepts, techniques, and standards.
- Leads development and alignment of PCD/DSP integrated cross-functional project deliverables, plans, timelines, resources, and budget forecasts to align with the overall project plan throughout the project lifecycle from preclinical through commercialization.
- Ensures effective execution of project plan to enable completion of PCD/DSP activities within agreed timeline, quality, and budgetary constraints.
- Effectively interprets and communicates progress and variance against the approved plan. Identifies and provides guidance on resolution of risks, issues, and obstacles.
- Ensures effective, accurate and timely communication across PCD, DSP and Project Teams.
- Enables and builds effective relationships to influence and gain cooperation of others.
- May provide operational Project Management support to PCD function(s), initiatives, collaborations etc. as needed.
- Independently identifies areas for process improvement. With minimal guidance, develops new and unique solutions and contributes to implementation. May lead implementation of solutions.
- Contributes to, supports, and may lead standardization of processes, metrics, and communication to build efficiencies within PCD and DSP.
- Provides input to the Team Leader to resolve any project or team issues.
- Independently collaborates across project teams, functions, and departments.
This role may be for you if:
- You enjoy working in a highly collaborative setting
- You have the ability to multi-task in order to drive multiple projects to completion
Typically requires a minimum of 8+ years of relevant R&D operational and/or project management experience in the drug development/pharmaceutical industry. Ability to lead, coordinate, and facilitate development, alignment, and execution of project plans and budget forecasts.
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