Sr. Manager Alliance and Project Management応募後で応募 求人ID R0034480 掲載日 06/15/2021 Location:Boston, Massachusetts; San Diego, California
Are you looking for a patient-focused, innovation-driven company that will inspire you and empower you to shine? Join us as a Senior Manager, Alliance and Project Management in our Cambridge, MA or San Diego, CA office.
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Here, you will be a vital contributor to our inspiring, bold mission.
Reporting to the Head of GI Discovery Alliance Management in the Gastroenterology Drug Discovery Unit (GI DDU), this role will be responsible for alliance and project management of multiple collaborations across the GI DDU hybrid drug discovery model (externalized and internal research). This role will work to support a robust alliance and project management infrastructure serving the global team. Candidates will be energetic, flexible, thorough, and comfortable working in a fast-moving, matrixed drug discovery group.
Lead discovery research alliance management activities for assigned industrial and academic alliances in collaboration with Scientific Project Leaders based in Boston and San Diego
Initiate and manage highly collaborative cross-functional relationships within Takeda and outside with Takeda partners and service providers in support of GI DDU alliances and projects.
Lead project management activities for assigned projects to support project execution covering reporting, project planning, documentation workflow, budgeting, and risk management.
Plans ahead with Scientific Leaders to put in place all elements of Scientific Plans and all components that will go into the future portfolio strategy documents for each assigned GI DDU project
Be a proactive voice and the “single source of truth” for monitoring and reporting of alliance and project issues, plans, budgets and resources.
Energetically engage with the entire DDU team to assure visibility of all DDU key performance indicators and make critical contributions to alliance and project operations to accelerate delivery and meet overall DDU performance goals
Manage the alliance lifecycle for all assigned alliances in collaboration with Scientific Project Leaders following R&D Partnership Center of Excellence guidelines.
Collaborates with external and internal key stakeholders to establish a strong working relationship, manage key issues, ensure effective governance, drive successful execution of our partnered assets, and further establish Takeda as a preferred strategic partner of choice.
Proactively monitor contractual obligations and deliverables for both Takeda and its alliance partner to ensure responsibilities are met. Understands the relevant contractual agreement(s) in detail, including, strategic intent, obligations, including potential changes in partnership agreements and renegotiations.
Responsible for ensuring contractual changes are appropriately documented and for managing invoicing and payments for assigned alliances and projects.
Proactively identify risks and prepare risk mitigation action plans with internal and external stakeholders to maintain productive collaborations.
Lead governance and project meetings, including the creation and distribution of meeting agendas and minutes, and drive completion of action items. Ensure good meeting disciplines are continuously maintained (with supporting documentation) so that there is a clear logical record of events for each project or partnership.
Track progress against alliance/project plans and ensures project teams/stakeholders have the tools necessary to deliver assays/contracts/decisions etc
Manage all alliance/project reporting and documentation for assigned alliances/projects using available tools and databases. Ensure deliverables are provided on schedule and data integrity to support accurate reporting and communications.
Coach and support Scientific Project Leaders to drive alliances/projects and to minimize out of scope or out of budget situations.
Ensure smooth cross-functionally liaisons with critical functions for project success (Legal, Finance, Sourcing, HR, and across all scientific functions as necessary). Be accountable for good budgetary disciplines and adherence to contractual commitments.
Drive continuous improvement activities for all alliance and project management processes.
DIMENSIONS AND ASPECTS
Demonstrates technical knowledge in alliance and project management
Demonstrates the ability to coach and support others in alliance and project management best practices
Demonstrates the ability to influence others without authority
Decision-making and Autonomy
Demonstrates sound judgement and understanding of decision-making processes
Regularly interacts with internal teams and external alliance partners
Receives general instructions on routine work; detailed instructions on new assignments
EDUCATION, BEHAVIORAL COMPETENCIES AND SKILLS:
Sound scientific knowledge with Bachelor’s degree (or higher) in Science or Management related discipline with 5-9 years of experience in the biotechnology or pharmaceutical industry or research focused academic environment, with a demonstrable broad understanding of drug discovery & development practices.
Minimum 2 years of experience in a collaboration role working directly with alliance partners as part of an alliance or account team
Process oriented, logical thinker with a high level of discipline and thorough attention to detail who drives for results and focuses on bigger picture/departmental objectives.
Ability to communicate complex information succinctly in verbal and written updates and provide analysis to support recommendations and decisions
Confident communicator, utilizing tact and diplomacy up/down hierarchy and across matrix.
Proactive problem solver with strong project planning skills who can advocate for and negotiate win-win scenarios
Self-motivated and self-directing to deliver the core responsibilities of the role and motivated to learn and expand skillset beyond the scope of the role
Solid financial knowledge of cost-based budgeting (internal and external costs) and ability to seek out savings/efficiencies
Strong presentation skills with competence in using PowerPoint, MS Project, and Excel to above average proficiency.
Competent using video conferencing programs/technologies to run meetings
Excellent written and verbal communication skills in English required
Takeda Boston or San Diego office based.
Hybrid office model with work from home multiple days a week
Occasional before or after work hours for collaboration meetings in differing time zones.
Occasional travel to other Takeda sites and partner meetings may be required
WHAT TAKEDA CAN OFFER YOU:
401(k) with company match and Annual Retirement Contribution Plan
Company match of charitable contributions
Health & Wellness programs including onsite flu shots and health screenings
Generous time off for vacation and the option to purchase additional vacation days
Community Outreach Programs
This posting excludes CO applicants.
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