Program Leader, Early Clinical Development

Bristol-Myers Squibb Lawrence Township, NJ

About the Job

Description:

Early Clinical Program Lead (ECPL) An Early Clinical Program Lead (ECPL) has four key roles\:

1) Manager\: The ECPL serves as a manager to Asset Leads and Senior Asset Leads. As manager, the ECPL is responsible for the hiring, mentoring and development of reports.

2) Senior Clinical member of EDT\: The ECPL serves as the Senior Clinical representative to the EDT. In this role, the ECPL is accountable for the clinical contribution to the development of each asset strategy driven by the Asset Leads. Likewise, the ECPL is accountable for the design, execution, and analyses of each study led by Asset Leads.

3) Represent Early Clinical Development\: As a core member of an EDT and as a senior member of Early Clinical Development, the ECPL is expected to be able to represent Early Clinical Development in both internal and external forums. As such, the ECPL is expected to be familiar with the overall development plans and status of all programs within Early Clinical (not limited to the specific assigned EDT). Representation of Early Clinical may include but is not limited to participation in internal cross-functional working groups, business development due diligence activities, and both internal and external speaking engagements.

4) Partner pro-actively with the Oncology Clinical Program Lead (OCPL) to optimize the time and strategy to the registration trial.

Desired Background and Experience

• MD, MD/PhD, or PhD • Pharmaceutical, biotech firm and or relevant academic experience, including demonstrated strong investigative medicine skills and experience.

• Track record of productive scientific management experience is required

• Experience in directing diverse investigative medicine studies/projects as investigator or as study director

• Experience in applying experimental medicine principles towards drug development

• Proven experience identifying and building relationships with thought leaders

• Proven experience as a matrix leader or leading in a matrix environment including study teams

• Prior experience or potential as evidenced by prior successful matrix team leadership to be a people manager and/or developer of talent • Proven experience conducting oral presentations

Qualification:

Early Clinical Program Lead (ECPL) An Early Clinical Program Lead (ECPL) has four key roles\:

1) Manager\: The ECPL serves as a manager to Asset Leads and Senior Asset Leads. As manager, the ECPL is responsible for the hiring, mentoring and development of reports.

2) Senior Clinical member of EDT\: The ECPL serves as the Senior Clinical representative to the EDT. In this role, the ECPL is accountable for the clinical contribution to the development of each asset strategy driven by the Asset Leads. Likewise, the ECPL is accountable for the design, execution, and analyses of each study led by Asset Leads.

3) Represent Early Clinical Development\: As a core member of an EDT and as a senior member of Early Clinical Development, the ECPL is expected to be able to represent Early Clinical Development in both internal and external forums. As such, the ECPL is expected to be familiar with the overall development plans and status of all programs within Early Clinical (not limited to the specific assigned EDT). Representation of Early Clinical may include but is not limited to participation in internal cross-functional working groups, business development due diligence activities, and both internal and external speaking engagements.

4) Partner pro-actively with the Oncology Clinical Program Lead (OCPL) to optimize the time and strategy to the registration trial.

Desired Background and Experience

• MD, MD/PhD, or PhD • Pharmaceutical, biotech firm and or relevant academic experience, including demonstrated strong investigative medicine skills and experience.

• Track record of productive scientific management experience is required

• Experience in directing diverse investigative medicine studies/projects as investigator or as study director

• Experience in applying experimental medicine principles towards drug development

• Proven experience identifying and building relationships with thought leaders

• Proven experience as a matrix leader or leading in a matrix environment including study teams

• Prior experience or potential as evidenced by prior successful matrix team leadership to be a people manager and/or developer of talent • Proven experience conducting oral presentations