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Associate Medical Director or Medical Director, Clinical Science, Neuroscience Therapeutic Area, Takeda Development Center Japan

応募後で応募 求人ID R0019904 掲載日 05/26/2020 Location:Osaka, Japan

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Job Description

Introduction of Takeda

Takeda is unwavering in our commitment to patients. With the patient at the center of everything we do, we continue to innovate and drive changes that will better their lives - we’re looking for like-minded professionals to join us.

Today, we are the number one pharmaceutical company in Japan and a global industry leader, with approximately 30,000 employees around the world. We are united by our four priorities (patient, trust, reputation and business) and Takeda-ism (Integrity, Fairness, Honesty and Perseverance) , and strive towards better health and a brighter future for people worldwide.

タケダでは、常に患者さんを中心に考え、その生活を豊かにするためにイノベーションを推進しています。そして、従業員一人ひとりにそれぞれの能力と熱意に応じた成長の機会を提供することにも組んで取り組んでいます。私たちと一緒に、世界中の人々のいのちに貢献し、さらなる成長と活躍を目指しませんか。

タケダは約3万人の従業員が、世界中の国や地域で働くグローバルな企業です。すべての従業員が世界中の人々の生活をより良いものにしたいという信念をもち、そしてタケダイズム(誠実:公正・正直・不屈)を日々の業務で体現しています。私たちは、237年の研究開発型の製薬企業としての伝統のもと団結し、優れた医薬品の創出を通じて、人々の健康と医療の未来に貢献することをミッションとして掲げています

Job Description / Role Profile

OBJECTIVES/PURPOSE

  • The Associate Medical Director/ Medical Director leads and drives strategy for Japan and may lead the overall global (US/EU/Japan) clinical development taking into consideration the medical, scientific, regulatory and commercial issues for assigned Takeda pipeline compounds.
  • Leads a multi-disciplinary, multi-culture, matrix team through highly complex decisions. This individual has the ultimate responsibility for development decisions assessing and integrating the input from various disciplines to create, maintain, and execute a Japan clinical development within global clinical development plan that will result in the regulatory approval of the assigned compound.
  • Applies clinical/medical decision making to clinical development issues.
  • This individual interacts with and influences senior leadership decision-making for the projects by setting strategic direction. Success or failure directly translates to the ability of the Neuroscience Therapeutic Area Unit to meet its corporate goals and for Takeda to have future commercial products.

ACCOUNTABILITIES

  • Clinical Development team participation and leadership
    • Leads Japan Development Team from clinical perspective for a given product. May represents Clinical Science on the Global (US/EU/Japan) Development Team to ensure that activities are aligned with the global strategy. 
    • Establishes and drives Development Team strategy and deliverables producing the Development Strategy, Clinical Development Plan and Clinical Protocols.  Recommends scope, complexity and size, and influence the budget of all aspects of a program.  Provides continual critical evaluation of the development strategy to maintain a state-of-the-art development plan that is competitive and consistent with the latest regulatory requirements, proactive identification of challenges, and development of contingency plans to meet them.
    • Responsible for high impact global decisions: monitoring and interpreting data from ongoing internal and external studies, assessing the medical and scientific implications, and making recommendations that impact regional and global development such as “go/no go” decisions or modification of development plans or study designs that may have a significant impact on timelines or product labeling.  A significant error in judgment may result in loss of approvability and commercial viability of a product.
  • Synopsis / Protocol Development, Study Execution, & Study Interpretation
    • Drives clinical science activities relating to the preparation / approval of synopses, protocols and the conduct of clinical studies.  Serves as an advisor to other clinical scientists involved in these activities, and is accountable for the successful design and interpretation of clinical studies.  Presents study conclusions to Management and determine how individual study results impact the overall compound strategy.
    • Interprets data from an overall scientific standpoint as well as within the context of the medical significance to individual patients.
  • Trial Medical Monitoring
    • Responsible for medical monitoring activities, assessing issues related to protocol conduct and/or individual subject safety.  Assesses overall safety information for studies and compound in conjunction with Pharmacovigilance.  Oversees non-medical clinical scientists with respect to assessment of these issues.
  • External Interactions
    • Directs activities involved in interactions with regulatory authorities / agencies and clinical development activities undertaken to establish and maintain strong relationships with key opinion leaders relevant to assigned compounds and therapeutic areas.  These responsibilities include leadership roles in meetings with the regulatory organizations or key opinion leaders, establishment of strategy for assigned compounds, and the direction of clinical scientists involved in developing documents required to outline the Company positions on research programs or regulatory applications (e.g. briefing reports), materials used for meeting presentations, and formal responses to communications received from the regulatory organizations or opinion leaders.  Lead roles will also be taken on the incorporation of advice / recommendations received into the design of clinical studies / programs as appropriate; accountable to senior leadership for the successful completion of related objectives.
  • Due Diligence, Business Development and Alliance Projects
    • Responsible for identification and evaluation of potential business development opportunities, conduct due diligence evaluations, and development and negotiation of clinical development plans for potential alliances and or in-licensing opportunities.  Assesses scientific, medical, and development feasibility, evaluating strategic fit with overall portfolio, evaluating complete or ongoing clinical trials, assessing regulatory interactions and future development plans, interacting with upper management of potential partner/acquisition companies during DD visits and alliance negotiations, and representing clinical science on internal assessment teams.
    • May serves as clinical contact point for ongoing alliance projects and interface with partner to achieve Takeda’s strategic goals while striving to maintain good working relationship between Takeda and partner.
  • Leadership, Task Force Participation, Upper Management Accountability
    • Interacts directly with research division based on pertinent clinical and development expertise and with commercial to provide knowledge / understanding of market environment in line with status as scientific content matter expert for assigned compounds.  May represent clinical science on multidisciplinary task forces across divisions    Lead internal teams and may lead global cross-functional teams, as appropriate.

EDUCATION, BEHAVIOURAL COMPETENCIES AND SKILLS

  • MD or internationally recognized equivalent plus 5 years of clinical research experience within the pharmaceutical industry, CRO health-related consulting company, or biomedical/clinical experience within academia (or a combination of afore mentioned).
  • Previous experience successfully leading a clinical development team/matrix team with responsibility for studies.
  • NDA/MAA/Submission experience preferred.
  • Skills
    • Superior communication, strategic, interpersonal and negotiating skills
    • Ability to proactively predict issues and solve problems
    • Ability to drive decision-making within a multi-disciplinary, multi-regional, matrix teams
    • Diplomacy and positive influencing abilities
  • Knowledge
    • Therapeutic area knowledge in Neurology area.
    • Regional/global Regulatory requirements
    • GCP/ICH
    • Emerging research in designated therapeutic area

TRAVEL REQUIREMENTS

  • Ability to travel to various meetings or client sites, including overnight trips. Some international travel may be required.
  • Requires approximately 10 - 20% travel.

Allowances: Commutation, Housing, Overtime Work etc.

Salary Increase: Annually

Bonus Payment: Twice a year
Working Hours: Headquarters (Osaka/ Tokyo) 9:00-17:30, Production Sites (Osaka/ Yamaguchi) 8:00-16:45, Research Site (Kanagawa) 9:00-17:45
Holidays: Saturdays, Sundays, National Holidays, May Day, Year-End Holidays etc. (approx. 123 days in a year)
Paid Leaves: Annual Paid Leave, Special Paid Leave, Refresh Leave, Maternity Leave, Childcare Leave, Family Nursing Leave, Philanthropy Leave.

Flexible Work Styles: Flextime, Telework

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待遇

諸手当:通勤交通費、借家補助費、勤務時間外手当など

昇給:原則年1回 

賞与: 原則年2回

勤務時間:本社(大阪市中央区・東京都中央区)9:00~17:30 、工場(山口県光市・大阪市淀川区)8:00~16:45 、研究所(神奈川県藤沢市)9:00~17:45

休日:土曜、日曜、祝日、メーデー、年末年始など(年間123日程度)

働き方関連制度:フレックスタイム制、テレワーク勤務制導入(対象社員)

休暇:年次有給休暇、特別有給休暇、リフレッシュ休暇、産前産後休暇、育児休暇、

子の看護休暇、介護休暇、フィランソロピー休職制度

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Locations

Osaka, Japan

Worker Type

Employee

Worker Sub-Type

Regular

Time Type

Full time

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