Early Asset Director, WW Immuno-Oncology

Bristol-Myers Squibb Princeton, NJ

About the Job

Description:

Position\: Early Assets Director, Oncology Commercialization 

Description\:  The Early Assets Director will be responsible for enhancing the partnership between commercial and R&D in support of development and commercialization of the next wave of Immuno-Oncology assets. This role will report to Early Assets Commercialization Lead and will include the following .

  • Partner with the cross-functional Early Asset Development Team to shape the short and long-term strategy for each asset
  • Define and update Target Opportunity profile (TOP), Expected Product Profile (EPP)  for a given asset in a given indication to guide R&D  in their choice for first indication and LCM indications
  • Liaise closely with members in each WWBT tumor lead group to assure a consistency of TOP / SOC pofile and consistency with the tumor strategy   
  • Obtain customer insights on TOP / EPP  through collaboration with Market Research .
  • In partnership with Tumor Teams, create organizational view on how each tumor landscape will evolve over time.   
  • Liaise closely with Competitive Intelligence group to maintain a fully up-to-date MOA landscape for each MOA in BMS portfolio
  • Intergrate inputs from the dosing strategy developed by the Dosing Strategy Lead into the dosing approach for each MOA
  • Ensure biomarker strategy is explored and vetted for each asset.
  • Liaise with manufacturing and forecasting team to define produty profile and demand forecast
  • Provide input in financial forecast for each asset approaching DP5 ( Decision for registration )
  • Collaborate closely with a cross-functional, cross tumor and cross geography team  to streamline communication and gather market insight and integration within the tumor strategy  


Qualification:

Requirements   

  • BS/BA or equivalent required; an MBA or other advanced degree preferred
  • 10 + years of experience, with at least 6 years in marketing is sought
  • Prior country-level product commercial experience required
  • Experience in Oncology and/or Immuno-Oncology required
  • Experience across one or more global markets strongly desired
  • Proven track record demonstrating breadth and depth across marketing competencies, behaviors and exemplary achievement of performance objectives
  • Experience in mobilizing matrix team members, country partners, embracing teamwork and project management within a cross functional environment
  • Significant experience partnering with R&D and/or medical functions desired
  • Demonstrated analytical skills, with regards to market research, competitive data collection analysis, financial analysis and crystallization of key business insights
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills