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12/3/20 Intern - Corporate Groups - Corporate Relations Entry Level South San Francisco, California

Duration: 

12 weeks

Target Start Date: 6/15/2021

Target End Date: 9/10/2021

**Given the current uncertainty of the global pandemic and work from home situation for 2021, this internship is currently planned to be virtual with the option for interns to work remotely from within U.S. Borders.  We will keep candidates informed if this changes.

 

Overview: 

Genentech Corporate Relations is a multi-disciplinary group that focuses on nurturing and upholding the reputation and culture of Genentech. We strive to define and elevate Genentech’s impact on world health and contribution to society. We do this by engaging with people, telling the stories of our people, science, medicine, and company, and inspiring belief in the company’s purpose. We support employee engagement through exciting communications and employee experiences. We celebrate and communicate our cutting-edge science and the launch of our medicines. We empower our communities through our charitable giving, award winning signature programs and employee volunteerism. And we have fun doing it. 

Key Responsibilities:

We are seeking 3-5 summer interns to support Corporate Relations projects and initiatives across multiple functions (Internal/External/Science Communications, Digital Strategy & Channels, Corporate & Employee Giving, and Business Operations).

This internship cohort will gain cross-functional experience across Corporate Relations to better understand how we drive effective communications with Genentech’s many target audiences, both internal and external. This cohort will have peer-to-peer support, networking opportunities and career development in the fields of corporate communications and philanthropy.

Preferred Qualifications:

Corporate Relations Intern Ideal Candidate Profile:

  • Bachelor’s degree work (at least Junior Level) or recent graduate
  • Ability to interact successfully and influence peers sometimes without direct authority
  • Good communication skills to convey information clearly, listen effectively and ask appropriate questions
  • Strong attention-to-detail and project management skills
  • Outstanding time management and organizational skills
  • Able to be agile and adapt to shifting priorities and needs
  • Excellent writing and editorial skills



Internal/External/Science Communications:

  • Strong story-telling skills, excellent editorial judgment, a passion for language and a dislike for corporate speak
  • Strong creative ability, knowing how to use creative design effectively to enhance employee understanding of business strategies and engagement
  • Experience in media relations a plus



Digital Strategy and Channels:

  • Experience with social media platforms (Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, Instagram)
  • Familiarity with AP and Chicago style guides a plus



Corporate & Employee Giving:

  • Strategic professional who engages with a partnership approach and drive toward excellence
  • Strong communication and presentation skills. Ability to communicate concisely and translate complicated topics into lay language relevant across a variety of audiences.
  • Demonstrable analytical rigor and passion for the priority focus areas for Corporate & Employee Giving
  • Familiarity with grantmaking and/or community relations a plus



Business Operations:

  • Project management and strategic planning experience
  • Financial acumen, along with flawless attention to detail
  • Aptitude for problem-solving and innovative and critical thinking to challenge the status quo
  • Organizational agility and interpersonal skills
12/3/20 Clinical Scientist - Early Clinical Development Individual contributor South San Francisco, California

Genentech’s Research and Early Development (gRED) Early Clinical Development (ECD) organization is responsible for developing and executing early development clinical strategies and plans to provide proof-of-concept data with respect to safety, efficacy, and the utility of biomarkers for new molecular entities. The role participates in the development of clinical strategies for assigned molecules and indications, and is responsible for developing and ensuring effective and efficient execution of the Clinical Development Plan (CDP). Responsibilities include:

  • Acts as a standing member of the Clinical Science Team or ad hoc member of relevant sub-teams and may regularly present and lead discussion of clinical data updates

  • Effectively represents Clinical Science on the Execution Teams of assigned molecule(s)/indication(s), and helps ensure cross-functional integration, coordination and alignment to enable effective and efficient CDP execution including regular review and analysis of protocol deviations, authoring of study start-up documents and review of all study documents requiring clinical expertise

  • Contributes to clinical documentation of study execution including management of regulated documents, response to IRBs and Health Authorities, registry disclosures, and notes of clinical decisions and study conduct that are considered permanent record

  • Originates clarifications to protocols and the initial draft of protocol amendments, and ensures any protocol amendment and corresponding Informed Consent Forms are completed as meets study team needs

  • Authors in collaboration with a Medical Writer any clinical sections of regulatory documents that support on-going or concluded clinical trials

  • Contributes to eCRF development and conducts medical data reviews, including collaborating with Data Management to ensure all queries submitted to sites by Clinical Science have been appropriately addressed

  • Collaborates with the Visual Analytics team to tailor Spotfire’s clinical and safety data displays to assigned studies

  • Trains study site personnel, including preparation of training decks and other materials, and acts as a first point of contact for protocol-related inquiries from internal  colleagues and external sites, and addresses queries or triages as appropriate

  • Collaborates with Safety Science to identify and track any potential safety events within a given trial

QUALIFICATIONS

We are seeking candidates with the following skills, abilities and experience. The level of the position will depend on the qualifications of the selected candidate.

Education and Experience

  • Bachelor’s degree in a scientific discipline; advanced degree such as a PhD, PharmD, MSN or MPH is strongly preferred

  • 2+ years relevant pharma/biotech industry experience OR relevant equivalent clinical or laboratory research experience OR relevant advanced academic experience

Skills and Abilities

  • Outstanding written communication skills with the ability to understand technical content such as complex regulatory documents, biologic rationale and information related to the drug development process

  • Experience working with the principles and techniques of data analysis and interpretation

  • Strong computer skills

  • Outstanding attention to detail

  • Business acumen and excellent project management skills

  • Strong interpersonal, verbal communication and influencing skills with the ability to drive discussions and decisions toward desired end-results

  • Strong presentation skills with the ability to effectively summarize and present key considerations and decision-points

  • Excellent teamwork skills with the ability to complete deliverables by working effectively with colleagues

Preferred Qualifications

  • Demonstrated understanding of Phase I-II drug development

  • Working knowledge of the medical aspects of GCP, ICH, FDA, EMEA, NICE and other relevant guidelines and regulations

12/3/20 Scientist, Preclinical and Translational Pharmacokinetics and Pharmacodynamics Individual contributor South San Francisco, California

The Position

The Preclinical and Translational PKPD (PTPK) department is seeking a scientist who is driven to understand the pharmacokinetics (PK) and pharmacodynamics (PD) of novel drug candidates and delivery systems. The candidate will be responsible for investigating PKPD in preclinical models to guide design, delivery, and development of novel therapeutics, and for translating preclinical PKPD to ensure appropriate dose/regimen decisions using state-of-the-art experimental and quantitative approaches. The candidate will work in a highly collaborative, cross-functional environment, with partnerships across Research, Drug Delivery, Development Sciences, Clinical Sciences, Biostatistics, and Regulatory, to represent PTPK at cross-functional teams, department meetings, review committees, and conferences.

Who you are:

We are looking for individuals who are inspired by our mission and who would fit in well with the collaborative, rigorous, and entrepreneurial spirit of company culture.

  • A Ph.D. in Pharmacokinetics, Pharmaceutical Sciences, Pharmacology, Biomedical Engineering, or related discipline; persons without formal degree who have comparable depth and breadth of training and experience, and who meet job-specific criteria, are eligible for consideration.
  • Minimum of 0+ years (for Associate Scientist), 3+ years (for Scientist), and 7+ years (for Senior Scientist) of relevant PKPD experience and demonstrated impact on drug development and/or the PKPD scientific landscape.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Strong knowledge and experience in oncology and immunology are highly desirable.
  • Strong knowledge and experience in PKPD of protein and/or RNA therapeutics are highly desirable.
  • Working knowledge of PKPD software (e.g., WinNonlin, R, NONMEM, ADAPT II, SimBiology, etc.) and the ability to analyze and critically assess PKPD data is essential.
  • The candidate should have experience working on cross-functional teams, demonstrate excellent communication skills, and have the ability to work independently and effectively.

Who We Are:

A member of the Roche Group, Genentech has been at the forefront of the biotechnology industry for more than 40 years, using human genetic information to develop novel medicines for serious and life-threatening diseases. Genentech has multiple therapies on the market for cancer & other serious illnesses. Please take this opportunity to learn about Genentech where we believe that our employees are our most important asset & are dedicated to remaining a great place to work.

Genentech is an equal opportunity employer & prohibits unlawful discrimination based on race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity/expression, national origin/ancestry, age, disability, marital & veteran status. For more information about equal employment opportunity, visit our Genentech Careers page.

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12/3/20 GDL Senior Medical Director/Ass Group Medical Director, Hematology (Multiple Myeloma) South San Francisco, California

Roche’s Clinical Development organization is structured by therapeutic area and is responsible for developing and executing the late development (Phase IB – III) clinical strategies and plans that deliver medically differentiated therapies that provide meaningful improvement to patients. The PD Global Development Leader (GDL) is a core member of the Lifecycle Team Leadership Team (LCT LT) and is responsible for overseeing and developing global Clinical Development (CD) molecule and disease strategies and ensuring effective and efficient execution for one or more molecules/indications/programs. PD f the assigned therapeutic/disease area(s), including therapeutic area scientific strategies and plans,including acting as a key collaborative partner with gRED, pRED, Chugai, and partner companies.

JOB DESCRIPTION – PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

1. Cross Functional Team Leadership:

  • A key member of the Lifecycle Team’s LT (GDL, LCL and IBL), representing Product Development (PD) 
  • Leads cross-functional, fit-for-purpose team(s) with a focus on product development, molecule or disease strategy (Development Working Groups, Clinical Science Team CST, as appropriate and assigned by the LCT LT)
  • Represents PD/CD for assigned portfolio at the highest management/expert levels inside and outside Roche; includes championing and sponsoring the work of his/her staff
  • Represents PD/CD on cross-functional strategic workstreams and initiatives as well as with internal (REDs, PD functions) and external (Business Development, Partnering, Scientific and Medical Societies, Therapeutic Area Experts, Regulatory Authorities) interactions
  • Oversees multiple Clinical Development Plans (CDPs), disease strategies, molecules and/or indications, as well as associated clinical trial programs and studies. Guides direct reports to ensure cross-functional integration, coordination, and alignment to enable effective and efficient CDP execution
  • As member of the LCT Triad, provides input and leadership regarding key decisions for molecules, Disease Areas, and Therapeutic Areas, including decisions regarding prioritization of activities.
  • Ensures direct reports and their staff are actively and appropriately aligning with sub-teams (e.g., Study Management Teams), to ensure on-time and on-target results
  • As needed, provides leadership guidance and direction in ongoing enhancements/development of core and sub-team processes, structures, systems, tools and other resources

2. Staff Leadership and Development

  • Works with manager and peers to identify and ensure the appropriate infrastructure – clear roles and responsibilities, learning and development, technology, other tools, vendor partners and operating budgets
  • Where applicable, may participate in the negotiation with and commissioning of external vendor partners to support certain elements of the therapeutic area’s CD function
  • Assigns direct reports their projects and programs and guides direct reports in their assignment of projects and programs across their staff
  • Cascades strategic and other relevant goals and objectives as well as expense budgets to direct reports
  • Leads recruitment, hiring and training for his/her staff member roles
  • Provides direct reports with ongoing coaching, development and leadership; includes holding regular staff meetings, check-ins, and 1:1 meetings
  • Oversees staff members’ work to ensure on-time, on-target and within-budget results
  • Plays a leadership role in all formal and informal performance management and career development activities for his/her staff members
  • Actively participates in leadership and skill development programs for continued professional development
  • Initiates and develops cross-functional projects, programs or other initiatives that can carry broad and important impact to multiple Product Development objectives and activities
  • Consistently complies with all governing employment laws, regulations and company HR policies & procedures and ensures the same across his/her staff

3. Global Clinical Development Leadership

  • Stays abreast of internal and external developments, trends and other dynamics relevant to the work of CD to maintain, at all times, a fully current view and perspective of internal/external influences and/or implications for the assigned therapeutic and disease area(s).  Ensures the same across his/her staff
  • Provides CD leadership guidance and direction regarding competitive intelligence and/or other market/industry assessment activities and projects
  • Maintains the highest standards and levels of scientific and clinical knowledge in the specific therapeutic and disease area(s) of assignment. Ensures the same across his/her staff
  • Educates others internally and externally on relevant clinical developments as these may implicate the assigned therapeutic area’s CD strategies, plans and programs
  • Collaborates with a variety of internal and external partners and stakeholders, such as HAs, clinical investigators, clinicians, scientists and key opinion leaders (KOLs). Has extensive interactions with these external parties, subject matter experts and influencers. Supports his/her direct reports and/or other CD staff members in their communications and interactions with these external parties
  • Works across Roche at all levels and with various groups and functions, such as other groups in PD, research, business development, manufacturing, commercial operations, legal, etc.; providing ongoing leadership expertise and guidance on the assigned therapeutic area’s clinical strategy
  • Plays a leadership role in providing clinical science input into the relevant therapeutic area clinical scientific strategy, as well as into relevant cross-functional and enterprise-wide plans, strategies and initiatives. Helps Research and PD groups to ensure consistency of scientific and late-development strategies with target label claims and corporate goals. As appropriate/needed, performs or delegates clinical assessments on relevant drug discovery projects
  • As needed, ensures his/her staff members support internal partners in transitioning new drugs/indications into Phase IIIB or publication studies. Expected to provide expert leadership CD guidance, when needed, on Phase IIIB and Medical Affairs protocols
  • Consults to, and/or assigns staff members to consult to, pharma partnering on relevant acquisitions, joint ventures or other strategic partnerships, as these potentially relate to the assigned therapeutic/disease area(s). Serves on joint executive committees, which include other Roche functions as well as external partner personnel, and/or assigns such responsibilities to direct reports
  • Leads global CD strategy development for the assigned portfolio. Acts as a regular reviewer/presenter to various internal committees
  • Acts as an expert advisor and consultant to various internal committees, other Roche management and teams regarding CD strategies, priorities, implementation and the like. Leads interactions with internal and external fit-for-purpose Advisory Forums and groups, in close collaboration with other LCT LT members.
  • Leads global development of clinical science input into annual and strategic Lifecycle Plans (LCPs) and the Integrated Development Commercialization Plan (IDCP).  Acts as an expert advisor to others regarding CD strategic alignment with and implications for LCPs for the assigned portfolio
  • Oversees creation and implementation of global CD plans for all molecule(s)/indication(s) and/or other programs across the assigned portfolio:
    • Accountable to ensure strategic and operational alignment of CD plans with the relevant CD strategy, Disease Area Strategy and LCPs
    • Guides CSTs in developing all CD plan components (e.g., analytics/data strategy, KOL development, publications strategy, etc.)
    • Reviews budget and other resource requirements necessary to implement and execute CD plans. Provides leadership guidance and direction to ensure the optimal use of resources
    • Supports direct reports, as needed, to ensure they gain alignment with various internal partners/stakeholders on goals and resource needs.  Includes guiding direct reports and other team leads

QUALIFICATIONS & EXPERIENCE:

  • Board-certified M.D. with relevant medical experience in same/similar therapeutic area required
  • 10 or more years pharma/biotech industry experience OR is a recognized expert in the field.  A minimum of 4 years industry experience is preferred
  • 4 or more years experience managing medical/clinical staff
  • 8 or more years experience with clinical trials
  • 2 or more years experience submitting NDAs/BLAs to regulatory authorities in Europe and/or the U.S.
  • 4 or more years experience authoring global clinical development plans
  • 4 or more years experience publishing results of clinical drug trials in referred journals (exact number of years depending on level)
  • In-depth understanding of Phase I – IV drug development Multidisciplinary experience in the pharma/biotech industry is strongly preferred (e.g., research, regulatory, clinical operations, business development, commercial operations, etc.)
  • Strong academic/teaching background is strongly preferred
  • Broad experience in the principles and techniques of data analysis, interpretation and clinical relevance (e.g., ISS, ISE, competitor data, etc.)
  • Comprehensive understanding of product and safety profiles
  • In-depth knowledge of medical aspects of GCP (Good Clinical Practice), ICH (International Conference on Harmonisation of Technical Requirements for Registration of Pharmaceuticals for Human Use), FDA, EMEA, NICE and other relevant guidelines and regulations
  • In-depth understanding of competitive activity in the field
  • Current or past leadership roles in major scientific and advocacy organizations and standard-setting bodies is preferred

ABILITIES:

  • Has impeccable ethics.  Demonstrates, or proven abilities to demonstrate, Roche Values
  • Clinical leadership: is recognized as a subject matter expert in his/her field (includes external recognition as an expert); able to evaluate, interpret and present highly complex data for a series of studies (prospective and retrospective); has made significant contributions to an organization’s drug development (whether for Roche or another organization); has identified and created clinical development strategies that have led to label-enabling product definitions
  • Has demonstrated outstanding leadership of multiple development projects and teams
  • Proven abilities to plan and resource multiple development projects on short-, medium- and longer-term bases
  • Outstanding organizational and time management skills; proven abilities to manage multiple, often complex and sometimes competing, objectives, goals and other priorities to effective and efficient conclusion
  • Strategic agility: has in-depth knowledge and broad experience in the pharma/biotech industry and is able to bring this to bear in accomplishing strategic goals and objectives
  • Outstanding judgment and decision-making skills; past results are indicative of consistently sound and effective business decisions
  • Considerable comfort around all levels of management; has regularly demonstrated the managerial courage necessary to succeed at higher-levels within the organization
  • Outstanding interpersonal skills; proven track record of building strong and sustainable relationships with internal & external partners/stakeholders
  • Strong influencing skills; proven abilities to get things done without formal authority 
  • Strong negotiation skills; is highly adept at identifying solutions that will meet the needs of all parties involved 
  • Strong communication & presentation skills; exhibits professional maturity, confidence and competence.  Knows how to summarize and communicate the key points and business case for others to effectively and expeditiously make important business decisions
  • Strong conflict management skills; proactively minimizes situations where conflict may arise
  • Strong conflict resolution skills; proven abilities to effectively and expeditiously reach satisfactory resolution among all involved parties
  • Outstanding financial acumen: has a proven track record of achieving qualitative and quantitative results across multiple, often large-scale and complex clinical development projects
  • Ability to travel globally (<30%)
  • Drug Development Expertise
  • Scientific Expertise
  • Medical Expertise
  • Disease Expertise
  • Leadership
  • Strategic Agility
  • Innovator and Competitive mindset
  • Creative Mindset
  • Collaboration and Communication
  • Portfolio/Enterprise View

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12/3/20 Data Scientist, Site Services Individual contributor South San Francisco, California

The Site Services Data Scientist will report to the Director of Digital Innovation & Analytics.  This role presents a unique opportunity to apply data science to help Genentech build the workplace of the future. The Data Scientist will support all Site Services business functions: Site Operations, Environment, Health & Safety (EHS), Workforce Services, Workplace Effectiveness, Security & Resilience and Strategy & Business Operations with insights gained from analyzing company data. Inform the design and operations of the Physical Work Environment,  Employee Services and Technology (e.g. advanced sensor technologies / IoT) so Genentech employees can be at their best when serving patients.  

The ideal candidate has experience applying data science to impact business outcomes, and enjoys pushing the boundaries to innovate. You will conduct analyses and develop models utilizing a variety of statistical, machine learning, pattern recognition, and artificial intelligence algorithms to support Site Services to make evidence based business decisions that ensure employee productivity and well-being as well as operational efficiency.

You will partner with data engineers in IT on designing and implementing our data and data pipeline architecture, optimizing data flow and collection across Site Services, as well as evolving our IoT strategy. 

     

 

Responsibilities

  • Leverage data to discover patterns and solve strategic analytic business problems

  • Execute sophisticated analyses and advanced modeling that result in actionable recommendations

  • Collaborate with subject matter experts across Site Services and the business 

  • Lead and contribute to data integrity and data forensics efforts

  • Provide coaching and training on use and interpretation of data / metrics

  • Define requirements and work with local and global Informatics (IT) to design, build and maintain the Site Services Analytics platform 

  • Design and implement self-service reporting tools (e.g. Tableau)

  • Build AI / machine learning solutions that capitalize on data to drive employee productivity / well-being and operational efficiency 

  • Support selection or development of apps that turn data into tools for employees

  • Design and implement data driven automation efforts

Requirements: 

  • BA/BS degree in Computer Science, Data Science, Analytics, Engineering, Psychology, Statistics, or technical field or equivalent experience

  • Business Experience 2+ years of experience in data related fields - experience with research programs that seek practical/predictive (rather than only statistical) significance is particularly valued

  • Experience working with large, complex data systems to aggregate, organize, and prepare data for use in business analysis 

  • Extensive background in data mining, statistical analysis, machine learning, and predictive modeling to drive insights from data 

  • Demonstrated experience in bridging business requirements and technical development

  • Good communication skills - ability to communicate on technical content and data with non-technical business stakeholders

     

Specialized Knowledge / Skills 

  • Data-oriented scripting (e.g. SQL) and statistical programming (e.g., Python / R)

  • Classical statistics and machine learning approaches to fitting models (e.g., ensembles, bootstrapping) and estimating their performance (e.g., cross-validation)

  • Developing shared code (e.g., version control, programming patterns, libraries/packages) and creating data pipelines

  • Experience working with AWS (S3, EC2, Redshift, Sagemaker, Forecast, etc.), and big data toolkits

  • Experience with computer vision and  natural language processing

  • Experience working with Tableau, Qlikview a plus

  • Experience with table design joins, data aggregation, data validation

Desirable (not required)

  • Experience working with Facilities data / smart building technologies

  • Experience working with HR / organizational people data

  • Experimental design and analysis, including validating questionnaires, designing surveys

  • Architecture background/experience working with architects, space planners and interior design specialists

  • Publicly available examples of code (github, etc) or projects (websites, decks, publications)

12/3/20 Executive Director Finance Executive (Director/VP) South San Francisco, California

Genentech CMG Finance is excited to hire an Executive Director to lead the OMNI Finance team and provide ecosystem support for the Mid-Atlantic (Ecosystem) Region.



The Executive Director reports into the Genentech CFO, is an engaged member of the Genentech Finance Community and a member of OMNI Therapeutic Area (Squad) Leadership. The Executive Director will be a strong financial and strategic thought partner to the OMNI BU SVP and Mid-Atlantic Regional (Ecosystem) VP. The OMNI BU represents 8 Squads, with ~ $14B in net sales and total OpEx of ~$2.3B.



This position is preferably located in South San Francisco, CA, however, we welcome candidates from all US territories as working remotely is a possibility.



Key Position Responsibilities:

  • Lead the OMNI Finance Team, set the vision, coach the Squad CFOs in addition to other CMG Finance/business priorities as needed

  • Coach and mentor Finance team members across the CMG “Tripod” (Squads (TAs), Functions, and Customer Engagement (Ecosystems))

  • Coach and mentor the Medical Finance Team

  • Lead the strategic planning, business planning, economic analysis, people development, and overseeing and participating in operational activities

  • Dependable in and comfortable with an environment of emergent change

  • Act as an economic advisor to stakeholders by providing financial expertise and context to support stakeholders in decision-making, trade-off discussions, business cases, and strategic context

  • Provide financial transparency, analytics & insights while working with business partners and Finance

  • Assist on various ad hoc financial requests pertaining to CMG Organization (US Leadership Team) as needed

  • Enable and drive best practice sharing across areas

  • Identify and deliver opportunities to simplify and improve processes and systems

  • Capacity and desire to actively operate at all levels - be a player coach - leading by example

  • Actively contribute to the Therapeutic areas (Squads) by taking on a leadership role as Squad CFO

  • Member of CMG Finance Leadership Team and partner with the gFLT to lead and develop the Genentech Finance Organization



Competencies Required:

  • Mindset and behavior that exhibit enterprise thinking and entrepreneurship

  • Teamwork & Collaboration - Foster a sense of belonging and community for the team

  • Communication & Change Management

  • Inspiring and Influencing

  • Technical and Business Expertise: in addition to the business and financial acumen, create an integrated and unified strategy to meet business and customer needs while delivering on results

  • Strategic Agility

  • Early adopter of Agile mindset / behavior consistent with CMG Transformation



Experience Required:

  • Bachelors’ degree in business, healthcare management, life sciences, finance or related disciplines; MBA is preferred, CA/CPA or related graduate degree in accounting or finance is a plus

  • Minimum 15+ years of relevant financial experience; ideally some exposure to U.S. Commercial healthcare market

  • Excellent communication and presentation skills with extensive experience interacting with senior-level management

  • Track record of outstanding partnership and proactivity in consulting to senior management

  • Experience in partnering with business functions, with a strong affinity and drive for connecting at different levels of the organization

  • Strong analytical skills, structured thinking and focus on results as well as ability to deliver high quality within tight timelines

  • Proven process management skills with experience leading a complex, cross-functional processes

  • Proactive approach, open-minded and flexible attitude

  • Excellent influencing skills to integrate various stakeholders’ needs while ensuring alignment with overall Finance processes and guidelines

12/3/20 Field Support Technician - Phoenix, AZ or Albuquerque NM Individual contributor Arizona

Territory: Phoenix, AZ and Albuquerque, NM

Must live in either location

Travel up to 70%

Field Support Technician

Job Facts:

This is an exciting time to join Roche Support Network. If you are passionate for problem solving then this is the position for you! As a research-focused healthcare company, Roche discovers, develops and provides innovative diagnostics and therapeutic products and services that deliver significant benefits to patients and healthcare professionals - from early detection and prevention of diseases to diagnostics, treatment and treatment monitoring. Roche is a successful company that can offer exciting career opportunities. We encourage and support your development in areas of your interest which will prepare you for the next level in your career path. We know that people are responsible for our success and we value our employees. Our commitment is to create a work environment where feeling valued, respected, and empowered is a daily experience.

The Opportunity: 

This position serves as a resource for the technical maintenance and installation of Roche products for assigned product lines.  Performs on-site preventative maintenance, installation, and technical updates (TSB’s) on company product(s).  Diagnoses mechanical, hardware, software and system failure, using established procedures as necessary when performing preventative maintenance, installation, and technical updates (TSB’s) activities. 

 

Documents all activity in a manner compliant with company’s quality procedures.

 

Requires specific training and certification.   May adapt procedures, processes, tools equipment and techniques to meet the more complex requirements of the position.  Duties are generally routine but may include non-routine tasks.

 

Responsible for maintaining and continuously improving the quality system and achieving quality objectives through daily actions. 

Who You Are:

  • High school diploma and 2 years of technical school or equivalent military training or equivalent work  experience

  • Successfully training or certification as defined by RD Services Leadership and policy

  • Knowledge of electronics, electro-mechanical systems, and information technology

  • Knowledge of basic chemistry

  • Good written/verbal communication, organization and prioritization skills

  • Effective customer service skills, which includes a positive attitude and helpful customer interaction    

  • Ability to travel, including some overnight travel, is required

12/3/20 Sr. Director, Experience & Engagement Compliance Executive (Director/VP) South San Francisco, California

As a senior leader, the person in this role establishes long term vision and strategies for compliantly enhancing customer and patient experience.  They will lead and oversee the Business Activity Compliance function within Genentech Business Operations.  This function comprises a team of process, execution, and compliance experts who collaborate to deliver efficient and effective processes that improve customer experience and business outcomes. Judgement and decisions made by this leader have a significant impact on the overall compliance operations for the organization.  As such, this leader’s sound guidance and perspective are essential to effectively achieving the goals of the company.  They are responsible for ensuring that processes support compliant actions both within the field and home office, and that all of Genentech and Roche Americas are trained on global compliance expectations.

Who We Are

Experience Operations (XO) is a newly-assembled organization that brings together both emerging and established centers of excellence in patient and customer experience and engagement design and co-creation; technology platforms, systems, and digital solution enablement; end-to-end content management; business activity compliance; digital and other engagement channels (web, social, mobile, relationship marketing, inside sales, samples, events, and beyond); and omnichannel orchestration.  This combined team guides Marketing, Customer Engagement, Medical Affairs, Access & External Affairs, and all other patient- and customer-facing teams across CMG to shape and drive a seamless, consistent, meaningful, and compliant experience for patients and customers across interactions with us.  The team is specifically accountable to:

  • Define omnichannel standards, shape engagement strategies, and design seamless, consistent & meaningful patient and customer experiences

  • Innovate & grow CX-enabling capabilities and technology, embedded in customer perspective & needs

  • Accelerate, connect, and enable the development of technology solutions that enhance the patient and customer experience across CMG.

  • Drive efficiencies and innovation to advance CX-enabling capabilities, channels, and technology solutions

  • Advance the goal of seamless, consistent & meaningful patient and customer experiences by enabling effective navigation of the evolving compliance environment

  • Orchestrate and deliver seamless, consistent, meaningful channel experiences that efficiently maximize patient impact

Position Details

  • Set an enterprise-wide vision and long-term strategy for compliantly meeting patient and customer needs

  • Set standards for, and develop processes and solutions that bridge compliance, policy and business operations to enable the enterprise to execute on seamless, consistent and meaningful experiences for patients and customers

  • Educate and influence across CMG and beyond in order to ensure alignment on standards, metrics and compliant execution

  • Explore and expose synergies across CMG and global, and create opportunities for cross-organizational efficiencies that preserve patient and customer-centricity

  • Accountable for commercial compliance, including business accountable for audit (HCO and GARA) oversight and support of relevant non-CMG Genentech audits (e.g. gRED, Procurement)

  • Hire, coach and develop talent that will continuously evolve thinking and adapt approaches to meet requirements of shifting legal and compliance landscape, while maintaining our commitment to patients and customers

Leadership Responsibilities

GROW

  • Sense evolving requirements of the Network, our customers, and of the external environment in order to evolve our function

  • Act as a steward of the enterprise (Roche), balancing long term vision with short term delivery, to make wise decisions to invest/build/sustain with ever increasing efficiency/modify/exit programs and capabilities and deploy resources according to priority of customer impact, risk mitigation, and opportunity maximization

  • Deepen partnerships across organizational boundaries (both internally and externally) and work collectively to fully support and enable peers to drive impact for customers

  • Advance success of the organization by championing functional capabilities and perspectives, while holding an enterprise and growth mindset

LEAD

  • Instill and inspire trust, growth mindsets, positive change, and action toward achieving a bold, shared future vision and higher purpose for customers and the entire Network

  • Engage across the organization to actively listen, understand, influence, and act to advance the CMG mission and to make Genentech THE place to work for our people.

  • Cultivate an environment where everyone, regardless of role, experience, or background, can share great ideas to improve the lives of patients.

  • Shape inspirational and fun people experiences, with affiliations primarily rooted in our function and CMG

  • Bring an enterprise perspective to the organization; inspire all in the Network to embrace an enterprise mindset and contribute to organizational health.

  • Institute systems of recognition and reward to appreciate people for who they are, how they embody the Operating Principles and the impact to the organization, our teams, customers, patients, and society

  • Set clear expectations and accountability (rewards and consequences) within function for delivering impact (all types)

DEPLOY

  • Sense evolving requirements of the Network, our customers, and of the external environment in order to evolve our function

  • Act as a steward of the company, balancing long term vision with short term delivery, to make wise decisions to invest/build/sustain with ever increasing efficiency/modify/exit programs and capabilities and deploy resources according to priority of customer impact, risk mitigation, and opportunity maximization

  • Enable talent to flow to where people and their expertise are needed most within the Network with an eye to both contribution and development

  • Deepen partnerships across organizational boundaries (both internally and externally) and fully support and enable peers to drive impact for customers

  • Advance success of the organization by championing functional capabilities and perspectives, while holding an enterprise and growth mindset

DELIVER

  • Inspire solutions, action, and nimble execution, providing clarity/focus and removing barriers with deliberate urgency and having sought advice commensurate with importance and impact

  • As both functional leader and Work Product Owner, focus own and other's effort on work that will drive the highest customer/patient/societal impact

  • Develop and maintain systems so that work/effort is designed for experimentation and learning, and also streamlined and fit-for-purpose while ensuring quality of deliverables

  • Set clear expectations and guardrails for department and individual compliance accountability using sound judgment and compliance knowledge

Candidates for this position should hold the following qualifications, have the following experience, and be able to demonstrate the following abilities to be considered as a suitable applicant. Please note that except where specified as "preferred," or as a "plus," all points listed below are considered minimum requirements.



QUALIFICATIONS & EXPERIENCE:

  • Must demonstrate multi-disciplinary experience in the pharmaceutical, biotech or related industry, at least some of which was completed at the Director-level or above, e.g., marketing, sales, managed care, commercial operations, legal, finance, information technology, etc.

  • Bachelor's degree (management or healthcare information systems discipline is a plus)

  • MBA or other related graduate-level degree is preferred

  • Average of 15 or more years work experience

  • Strong business consulting abilities, marketing operations, and/or industry specific compliance

  • Understanding of MLR (Medical, Legal, Regulatory) processes a plus

  • Previous experience leading function-wide business planning processes, to include development & implementation of such plans, goals and metrics

  • Previous successful experience in leading large teams, both in direct reporting relationships as well as cross-functional groups

  • Competencies:  Strategic Agility / Managing Change / Inspiring and Influencing / Communication / Achieving Results

  • Position is based in SSF.  May consider remote.

This individual also lives the CMG Operating Principles (I put the patient first always; I am tenacious in meeting customer needs; I act on behalf of the whole company, not just my own team; I am accountable; I use time and resources to create the most impact; I am inclusive; I have a bias for action; I build a culture of trust; My career will thrive as I grow my capabilities and increase my impact; I act with integrity). 

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12/2/20 Senior Statistical Scientist Individual contributor Shanghai

Key Accountabilities

Clinical Development

  • Operates at the Global Development Team level, either as Project Lead Statistician or as the sole representative for Biostatisticians, Epidemiologists, Patient Reported Outcomes scientists, statistical programmers, and clinical data managers on a Global Development Team
  • Provides statistical leadership for clinical development projects, including providing strategic input into clinical development plans and target product profiles
  • Directly responsible for the statistical integrity, adequacy, and accuracy of the clinical studies within the project, including activities to support personal healthcare strategy and governance committee decision making
  • Provides analytical and strategic leadership for exploratory activities such as personalized healthcare biomarker development and PK/PD modelling
  • May serve as lead statistician for one or more study management teams, with the incumbent responsibilities and accountabilities
  • Leads cross-functional teams in overseeing the generation of health authority submission datasets and associated documentation
  • Company Biostatistics lead for Health Authority interactions
  • Oversees the deliverables from Statistical CROs
  • Serves as member of business development due diligence efforts
  • Proactively advises teams and functions on overall data strategy and the best application of statistical methods including advanced analytics to any data type

Nonclinical Statistics

  • Provides statistical leadership to nonclinical projects
  • Directly responsible for the statistical integrity, adequacy, and accuracy of nonclinical studies  
  • Serves as expert statistical consultant for nonclinical projects and drives the development of new statistics courses
  • Establishes new technical directions and collaborations within assigned area of focus

Functional Area

  • Keeps abreast of new developments in statistics, drug development, and regulatory guidance through literature review, conference attendance, etc.
  • Leads Biostatistics and cross-functional initiatives
  • Leads the development of functional processes
  • Recognized expertise in clinical trials and statistical methodology for a clinical indication and/or statistical methodology for specialized applications

People Development and Management

  • Mentors statisticians on request

Technical Requirements

  • MSc or PhD in Statistics, Biostatistics, Mathematics or similar areas of academic discipline
  • Good knowledge of English in a business environment  
  • Experience in using statistical software

Qualifications & Competencies

  • Very good knowledge of theoretical and applied statistics including methods in advanced analytics
  • Excellent knowledge and experience applying statistical methods to drug development
  • Very good understanding of regulatory guidelines in a pharmaceutical research setting
  • Understands and applies business requirements and processes
  • Understands and respects cultural differences when interacting with colleagues in the global work place
  • Accomplishes responsibilities with little supervision
  • Proficient Communication and Collaboration Skills (including statistical consulting skills, interpersonal skills to contribute effectively in cross-functional team settings, ability to influence others without authority, ability to build strong collaborative relationships with scientific and non-scientific partners)
  • Excellent Project management skills (including ability to manage scope and effectively delegate to other functions, staff, contractors and external vendors)
  • Proficient Strategic Agility (including problem-solving and critical thinking skills, ability to drive drug development strategies, agility that extends beyond statistical aspects)
  • Excellent Drive for Results (Demonstrates interest and ability to learn new things, takes initiative, welcomes problems as challenges; finds solutions to technical problems)
  • Effective mentoring other statisticians
  • Experience with all data types including high dimensional data

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12/2/20 Informatics Analyst III, Development Sciences Individual contributor South San Francisco, California

We are seeking a talented and motivated data scientist to join the Development Sciences Informatics team. Development Sciences (Dev Sci) is a translational science organization that plays a critical role in Genentech Research and Early Development as well as late stage development of our products at Roche. Dev Sci supports drug discovery and development projects across all therapeutic areas from discovery to launch and beyond. We are poised at a unique time when large volumes of complex and varied internal and external data for Dev Sci areas such as Biomarker, PK/PD, Diagnostics, Safety Assessment and Bio-analytical need to be readily accessible to ensure that swift interpretation and decision making can occur. These data impact decisions in ongoing preclinical and clinical programs, and provide key knowledge to inform new target discovery.  DevSci Informatics is accountable for leading the strategy and execution around data lifecycle management, data standards, analytics infrastructure, ongoing data operations and informatics systems.

Responsibilities:

The Informatics Analyst III is responsible for initiating and leading cross-functional analytics capability development in alignment with scientific objectives to enable insight/knowledge discovery from the large quantity of diverse scientific data.

  • With a high degree of scientific knowledge and understanding of R&D data pipelines, establish cross-functional partnership to apply existing and novel technologies to enable and drive strategic scientific objectives across Development Sciences. 
  • Engage in data analytics initiatives across Genentech and Roche.  As a leader and partner of global efforts, influence and drive problem identification, data analytics strategies and initiatives that have cross-Roche impacts. 
  • Engage and identify potential collaboration with data science teams across DevSci, gRED, pRED, PD and PHC. 
  • Effectively communicate complex technical material to scientists, collaborators and senior management.
  • Maintain expertise and knowledge of new and emerging technology trends in our industry. Assess and identify existing or novel technologies that can further our business objectives.
  • Design and develop robust algorithms and techniques that enable insight/knowledge discovery from pre-clinical and clinical PK, PD, and safety data.

Qualifications:

  • BS/MS/PhD with a minimum of 12 years of relevant experience. Preferable at least 10 years of experience in the pharmaceutical or biotech industry. Skilled in managing cross-functional stakeholder relationships in a complex organization.
  • Good people, leadership, analytical, and written/verbal communication skills. Ability to inspire and motivate a team of junior and senior data scientists. Manage and influence a team of informatics analysts and engineers in a matrix organization to discover insight from diverse data sets.
  • Track record of successfully proposing and delivering data analytics tools and solutions to address complex scientific data or informatics challenges with broad impact. Has a sustained record of managing groups or technical leadership in project teams to deliver in multiple areas. 
  • Evidence of business and technical acumen. Expert understanding of key machine learning concepts, algorithms, and evidence of applying them towards solving complex scientific questions.
  • Prior NLP, digital biomarker, imaging analytics, or other machine learning related experience is a huge plus.
  • Understanding of R&D processes, scientific data life cycle and the informatics landscape in the Pharma/biotech industry.

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12/2/20 Data Scientist/Computational Toxicologist Safety Assessment Individual contributor South San Francisco, California

The Position:

The Department of Safety Assessment is responsible for the nonclinical safety assessment of all drug candidates in the portfolio of Genentech from the discovery phase up to support of marketed products. Safety Assessment provides scientific leadership and plays an active cross-functional role in the drug development process. Within Safety Assessment, Computational Toxicology provides support to the Development small molecule and biotherapeutics portfolio from clinical candidate selection up to post-marketing support. We are seeking an experienced Computational Toxicologist/Data Scientist to support scientific efforts within the Department. This role will involve working in a collaborative team environment, as part of the comprehensive safety assessment of Genentech therapeutics as well as working in cross-functional collaborations with computational experts in related disciplines such as computational chemistry, computational DMPK or discovery informatics.

Responsibilities:

The successful candidate for the role has expertise in the field of toxicology, chemistry, biology, pharmacology or similar, as well as a strong informatics or computer science background, such as bioinformatics, cheminformatics, machine learning or computational biology.  The Computational Toxicology team interacts and collaborates with several functions and cross-functional expertise is essential for the role. The team supports the Predictive Toxicology efforts within the department in developing strategies and incorporating computational tools to support the design of molecules with favorable properties to avoid potential safety liabilities. The candidate will balance the development, integration and promotion of computational approaches with the ad hoc nature of problem solving in project teams as needed, and will be required to have an adaptive and flexible working style. Experience with cross-functional teams and capability to build productive cross-functional internal and external collaborations are desired.

Qualification:

  • A PhD in toxicology, chemistry, pharmacology or related field as well as demonstrated experience in informatics or computer science along with significant scientific achievements and at least 3 years of experience in the pharmaceutical industry or other relevant organization.
  • Demonstrated experience in extracting, compiling and analyzing complex data sets for building machine learning/AI models is required. Experience with toxicogenomic data is a plus.
  • It is preferred that the candidate also has additional technical skills in the field of computational chemistry or computational biology such as e.g. experience in Quantitative Systems Toxicology or modeling related to non-traditional modalities.
  • Expertise in database generation and scripting in R or other widely used programming languages like Python is required.
  • The successful candidate must also demonstrate strong decision-making, complex problem solving, critical data analysis and interpretation, excellent written and verbal communication skills; and the ability to build productive cross-functional collaborations both within and external to Genentech.

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12/2/20 Vice President, Global Product Development - Rare Blood Disorders (RBD) and Hematologic Malignancies Executive (Director/VP) South San Francisco, California

Global Head Hematology - Rare Blood Disorders (RBD) and Hematologic Malignancies

Position Overview:

Genentech is seeking a Franchise Head, Clinical Development Global Head Hematology - RBD & Hematologic Malignancies with clinical and drug development experience to lead the RBD Hematology Global Franchise within our Hematology/Oncology Late Development organization. This individual will be responsible for leadership, management, and strategic clinical oversight of the RBD Hematology Global Franchise. The position will have significant accountability for setting strategy across these programs. The position will involve clinical development of novel agents targeting a number of diseases in the RBD Hematology setting. In addition to managing a large global clinical development team, the Global Head of RBD Hematology Cancer will be responsible for providing guidance and oversight for the design, implementation, monitoring, analysis, and reporting of studies conducted for all RBD Hematology Cancer programs.

Context and Key Responsibilities:

This is a global role reporting to the Senior Vice President, Global Head of Clinical Development Oncology, Hematology. Member of the Product Development Hematology/ Oncology Leadership Team (PDO LT) and cross-functional Joint Oncology Leadership Team (JOLT). MD with Board Certification or eligibility in Hematology and clinical practice experience required as well as strong scientific competence demonstrated by peer reviewed publications or production of clinical expert reports.

Partner and Co-Lead the Hematology Franchise with the GPS (Global Product Strategy) lead for all funding decisions and priorities in RBD, and responsible for overarching strategy in RBD Hematology cancer. Closely manage plans with all other therapeutic area franchises. Ensures GDLs  (Global Development Leads) for each molecule manage their respective Development Working Groups with excellence and technical rigor. Accountability to deliver late stage RBD hematology clinical development plans, enabling regulatory submissions and approvals. Noted disease area expert with credibility to interface with key external regulatory and healthcare organizations and stakeholders (i.e. FDA, EMA, other Regulatory bodies, Payer organizations, Advisory Committees, Therapeutic Area Experts, and represent company for media, analysts).

Broadly represents the interests of Oncology and Hematology late development within Roche and Genentech, as a member of the Hematology Leadership Team, as well as through interactions with Research, Early Development, Medical Affairs, Commercial, Regulatory and Business Development senior leaders. Contributes to the Late Stage Portfolio Committee (LSPC). Leads the strategic clinical oversight of the RBD Hematology late stage

development portfolio with significant accountability for setting global strategy across these programs. Ensures consistent and effective communication across all sites.

Accountable for building global working capability and establishing clear success metrics. Coach, manage and support employees to achieve business goals. Actively manage talent and career development. Maintain and develop a positive organizational culture, by promoting the values of the focus on patients, science, and our people. Prepare and manage resource and capacity, utilizing resources in the most efficient way. Determine and manage expenditures and budget within the RBD Hematology cancer late stage global franchise.

Key Accountabilities:
  • Broadly represent the interests of Hematology late development within Roche and GNE, as a member of the Hematology Leadership Team (HLT), as well as through interactions with Research, Early Development, Medical Affairs, Commercial, Regulatory and Business Development senior leaders
  • Lead of the RBD Hematology Disease Area Team, co-chair with GPS franchise lead and accountable for strategic direction of disease area, priorities, budget and decision making
  • Closely interface with early development at Genentech and Roche to define opportunities to explore new areas of scientific discovery
  • Evaluate approved and late stage PDO molecules for new indication opportunities
  • Accountable for building global working capability and establishing clear success metrics
  • Noted disease expert with credibility to interface with key external health organizations (i.e. FDA, Advisory Committees, Key Opinion Leaders, media, analysts, WHO etc.)
  • Coach, manage and support employees to achieve business goals.
  • Actively manage talent and career development
  • Mentor and coach current and potential Global Development Leaders (GDLs)
  • Maintain and develop a positive organizational culture, by promoting the values of the focus on patients, science, and our people

Critical Experiences and Qualifications:

  • Candidates should have an M.D. or M.D./Ph.D. with board certification/eligibility in Hematology; expertise in clinical drug development is required.
  • A minimum of 10 years drug development experience in a large biotech, pharmaceutical or clinical organization.
  • Clinical practice expertise in oncology and/or hematology.
  • Experience in Hematology cancers is preferred. Scientific experience in molecular oncology and/or oncology.
  • Significant preclinical/scientific research experience and publication record.
  • Proven experience interacting with senior and executive leadership.
  • Proven experience at filing products with global regulatory authorities (IND, BLA, and NDA). Required to travel internationally.

Technical/Functional Skill & Knowledge Areas:

  • Acts effectively as a substitute for the Senior Vice President or as a representative to other groups inside and outside of Roche/GNE for the relevant therapeutic area(s).
  • Demonstrated clinical trial experience (with significant clinical trial experience in the biotech or pharmaceutical industry).
  • Expert knowledge of Phase I-IV drug development.
  • Recognized as a subject matter expert within the field of Hematology or Oncology by both internal and external experts.
  • Experience leading and managing a large global scientific and medical group (comprised of direct and indirect reports) for complex high profile molecules and/or programs.
  • Proven strategic thinking and sound judgment.
  • Working knowledge of international regulatory environment.
  • Prepared to make decisions and take calculated risks, synthesizes detailed information, makes sound decisions based on risk assessment and balancing of priorities.
  • Ability to critically evaluate scientific data with a working knowledge of the Product Development long-range plan and experience with cross-functional departments.
  • Fluent in both verbal and written English with excellent presentation skills.
  • Demonstrated track record in leading and managing change on a large scale.

Leadership & Other Key Behaviors:

  • 5+ years’ leadership experience.
  • Proven ability to effectively work in a global, cross-functional matrix organization.
  • Ability to work effectively in diverse cultures, showing aptitude in modifying style.
  • Successfully leverage external partnerships to achieve key objectives.
  • Proven ability to lead innovation and significant change.
  • Excellent strategic agility, willingness to experiment and take smart risks.
  • Demonstrated track record of leadership skills; has a proven track record in building mid to large-scale organizations and leading management and staff in such organizations to consistently meet or exceed their targets, goals and other objectives.
  • Outstanding partnership skills and a superior grasp of the overall business; previous track record includes identifying opportunities that have improved results in areas beyond direct management or influence.
  • Strong competitive awareness.
  • Outstanding organizational agility and interpersonal savvy: knows how to get things done

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12/2/20 Senior/Principal Scientist-Pathologist, Safety Assessment South San Francisco, California

We are seeking a Veterinary Anatomic Pathologist with drug development experience to join the Genentech Safety Assessment Department. Our Safety Assessment Mission is to advance the portfolio by generating high quality non-clinical safety data with well-considered ethical use of animals, utilizing emerging predictive and scientific methodologies, and collaborating with strategic partners.  In our collaborative team environment the successful candidate will provide expert pathology support, veterinary and scientific leadership, and play an active role in the process of drug development from early-stage research through marketed products. As project team members, our pathologists participate in the design, implementation, and data analysis of both investigative and regulatory nonclinical toxicology studies, driving comprehensive, highly integrated safety profiling of Genentech drug candidates and translational safety risk assessment. Responsibilities include active cross-functional collaboration, interdisciplinary project team participation and leadership,  representing Genentech in interactions with Regulatory authorities, functional  area mentorship, and participation in cross-industry consortia and professional society initiatives.

REQUIREMENTS:

  • Extensive practical and theoretical expertise in understanding the pathological  basis of disease and drug development practices. 
  • Demonstrated capabilities in collaboration, scientific guidance and communication with non-DVM Scientists  and laboratory staff.
  • Evidence of scientific productivity and critical thinking skills with application to drug development.
  • Willingness to advance applications of digital pathology.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.

EDUCATION:

  • DVM or equivalent, Board certified by the American College of Veterinary Pathologists or European College of Veterinary Pathology (ECVP).
  • PhD or equivalent preferred but significant investigative and industry experience in pathology, toxicology, or a related discipline will also be considered.

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12/2/20 Medical Director, Cancer Immunotherapy Individual contributor South San Francisco, California

The Early Clinical Development (ECD) Oncology group at Genentech is seeking a talented Physician-Scientist who is passionate about translating preclinical discoveries into the next generation of cancer immunotherapies.

ECD Oncology drives development from first-in-human studies through proof-of-concept and the design of initial pivotal studies.  ECD’s broad portfolio features a diverse cancer immunotherapy pipeline that includes multiple approaches to targeting neoantigens via vaccines and cellular therapy, invigorating immune cells, and reversing immunosuppression in the tumor microenvironment. The Medical Director will have a key role on cross-functional teams responsible for the design, implementation, monitoring, analysis and reporting of studies conducted within one or more cancer immunotherapy programs, while participating in long-range strategic plans.  Additional responsibilities will involve contributing clinical input to biomarker development, programs in Research, and the assessment of in-licensing opportunities. 

Qualifications

Requirements for the position include the following. The level of the position will depend on the qualifications of the selected candidate.

  • M.D. with board certification, or eligibility, in Oncology, Hematology/Oncology, or related specialty

  • M.D./Ph.D. a plus

  • Excellent scientific record with experience in laboratory-based cancer research and/or oncology clinical trials within an academic institution or the biopharmaceutical industry

  • Desire and ability to effectively participate within multi-disciplinary teams

  • Ability to interact with external experts and investigators effectively

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12/2/20 Medical Director, Oncology or Hematology Individual contributor South San Francisco, California

The Early Clinical Development (ECD) Oncology group at Genentech is seeking a talented Physician Scientist who is passionate about translating preclinical discoveries into the next generation of cancer therapies. The early clinical development group focuses on targeted therapies and cancer immunotherapy with over 20 programs in Research and Early Clinical Development.  The Medical Director will focus on clinical programs that explore the potential of a broad oncology portfolio with promising new agents including T-cell recruiting bispecific antibodies for multiple myeloma and HER2+ breast cancer, PI3K inhibitor and an oral selective estrogen receptor degrader SERD for HR+ breast cancer, and cancer vaccines targeting a range of cancers.

The position will participate in the exploratory clinical development of new agents for the treatment of cancer. The role will involve clinical trial development with novel anti-cancer agents within the Genentech portfolio. These programs include first in human studies through proof of concept with a variety of targets and may involve collaborations with corporate development partners and other development teams at Genentech.

The Medical Director will act as a clinical representative to a number of cross-functional teams responsible for the design, implementation, monitoring, analysis and reporting of studies conducted within one or more programs. The position will also participate in developing the long-range strategic plans for the molecule program(s). Additional responsibilities will involve participation in clinical aspects of the biomarker program, interaction with Research, and assessment of in-licensing opportunities.

Qualifications

We are seeking candidates with the following qualifications. The level of the position will depend on the qualifications of the selected candidate.

  • M.D. with board certification, or eligibility, in Oncology, Hematology/Oncology, or related specialty

  • M.D./Ph.D. a plus

  • Clinical expertise in oncology preferred

  • Excellent scientific record with experience in laboratory-based cancer research and/or oncology clinical trials within an academic institution or the biopharmaceutical industry

  • Experience in the pharmaceutical or biotechnology industry preferred

  • Desire and ability to effectively participate within multi-disciplinary teams

  • Ability to interact with external experts and investigators effectively

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12/2/20 Medical Director/Senior Medical Director (Hematology) Individual contributor South San Francisco, California

Title: Medical Director/Sr. Medical Director (Hematology)

Department: Product Development (Late Stage Development)

Location: South San Francisco, Basel, or Welwyn Garden

Genentech/Roche is seeking a Medical Director/Sr. Medical Director to participate in the development and execution of clinical initiatives within the hematology group in late stage development oncology, specifically on the venetoclax global development team. Venetoclax is an investigational small molecule designed to selectively bind and inhibit the BCL-2 protein. In collaboration with AbbVie, venetoclax is being evaluated in a robust development program as a single agent or in combination with other medicines.



As Medical Director/Sr. Medical Director you will be responsible for the design, implementation, monitoring, analysis, and reporting of studies conducted within the Late Development Oncology organization. You will also participate in developing the long-range strategic plans for the molecule.

Key Accountabilities:

Assisting in the overall management, planning, evaluation and documentation of projects and studies. Participation in on-going medicine development activities including:

  • Developing and writing clinical plans and protocols ensuring scientific integrity.

  • Preparation of regulatory documents and interaction with global regulatory authorities

  • Monitoring and reviewing clinical data for safety and ongoing study conduct

  • Analysis, presentation and interpretation of study data, with integrated assessment as compared with published data

  • Participation in the preparation of abstracts, posters and presentations for scientific meetings, congresses, and interactions with Key Opinion Leaders

  • Close collaboration with drug safety, regulatory affairs, medical affairs and clinical trial operations

Qualifications

MD with Board Certification or eligibility in Hematology or Oncology and clinical practice experience required as well as strong scientific competence demonstrated by peer reviewed publications or production of clinical expert reports.

  • Minimum of 3 years experience in clinical research required with experience in the pharmaceutical industry preferred, or deep expertise in hematologic malignancies in an academic research setting

  • Past work experience of confirmatory drug development and evidence of having played a significant part in the preparation of international regulatory submissions and work with health authorities a plus; exceptional candidates without this level of experience may be considered on an individual basis

  • Work with health authorities in outcomes measures, presentations, negotiations and submissions are important

  • Demonstrated ability to interact effectively in a multifunctional multinational team setting

  • Understanding of the business and regulatory aspects in pharmaceutical drug development

To be successful in this role, you will have the following skills and experience:

  • Solid experience in medical research including experience in conduct of global clinical trials

  • Experience interpreting clinical data and generation of supporting regulatory submissions of clinical study documents

  • Good communication and collaborative skills with experience at working with cross-functional and external groups, including researchers, clinicians and other stakeholders

  • Proven track record of delivery of experimental or novel studies

  • Confidence at presenting at internal and external strategy meetings

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12/2/20 Manufacturing Technician/Senior Manufacturing Technician - Bioprocess Individual contributor South San Francisco, California

The manufacturing technician is responsible for producing innovative biotherapeutic medicine by interfacing with highly automated production systems in a cGMP manufacturing environment. The individual will operate production equipment for our Cell Culture, Purification, Bulk Processing, Filling, Inspection and/or Support Services groups. This may include culture growth monitoring, process monitoring, in-process sampling, harvesting operations, protein purification, bulk formulation, fill line operations, lyophilization, bulk freeze/thaw, transfer operations, inspection, and equipment set up/ changeover. May also perform preparation of media, raw materials pre-weigh kits, and buffer solutions. The individual will be required to work in and maintain a clean room environment with aseptic processing in accordance with Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs). Must maintain batch records and associated documentation to comply with regulatory requirements and current Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMP).  Area of work must remain in a high state of inspection readiness at all times.  

This position is for Nights 2, Wednesday - Friday, alternating Saturdays from 1900-0800.

Responsibilities

  • Operate systems that clean and sterilize tanks and filtration systems. 

  • Prepare solutions for the production process.

  • Review documentation and check all calculations (e.g. tickets, labels, equipment reading).

  • Troubleshoot equipment and process problems.

  • Comply with safety requirements, cGMP, SOP and manufacturing documentation.

  • Use automation to perform production operations.

  • Operate automated systems for equipment operation.

  • Assemble and prepare equipment for production

  • Work with coworkers and supervisor to effectively troubleshoot equipment and process issues.

  • Operate systems that clean and sterilize tanks and filtration systems. 

  • Prepare solutions for the production process.

  • Review documentation and check all calculations (e.g. tickets, labels, equipment reading).

  • Troubleshoot equipment and process problems.

  • Comply with safety requirements, cGMP, SOP and manufacturing documentation.

  • Use automation to perform production operations.

  • Provide support to Manufacturing to meet production demands

  • Operate automated systems for equipment operation.

  • Assemble and prepare equipment for production

  • Work with coworkers and supervisor to effectively troubleshoot equipment and process issues.

  • Follow established safety and environmental guidelines and procedures for all work performed.  Immediately report safety and environmental incidents including injuries, illnesses, near misses, and safety suggestions.  Foster a positive safety culture in which no one gets hurt.

Qualifications

  • Bachelor's degree preferably in Life Sciences or engineering with 3+ years of relevant experience, or Associate's degree and 5+ years of experience, or High School diploma and 7+ years experience.

  • Biotech certificate from approved program desirable.

  • Ability to understand high levels of automation and technical process knowledge within area of responsibility.

  • Background in fermentation, purification, or fill/finish operation strongly preferred.

  • Background on equipment set up and change over desirable

  • Excellent oral and written communication skills.

  • Problem solving skills.

  • Lean production system experience desired.

  • Capable of writing detailed reports and summaries.

  • Familiarity of computer-based systems.

  • Detail oriented documentation skills.

  • Communicate effectively and ability to work in a team environment.

  • Professional interpersonal skills.

 Physical Demands/Work Environment/Safety Considerations

  • Schedule could include a non-rotating 3 or 4-day (12 hour shift including one weekend day), evening or night hours.

  • Expected to be on feet for 8 to 12 hours a day.

  • Climb upwards of 6 flights of stairs a day to maneuver within the manufacturing facility.

  • Able to lift and carry up to 40 lbs. Push and/or pull with force of 50lbs with full body, and Push/Pull force of 24lbs with arms only may be required.

Working within a clean room environment requires: 

  • Gowning in the form of hospital scrubs, coveralls, gloves, and steel toe boots. 

  • No makeup or jewelry can be worn when working in the cleanroom environment. 

  • Comfortable working in areas with large mechanical equipment, process piping, pumps, pressurized vessels, which can occasionally create a loud working environment.

  • Must wear personal protective equipment in accordance with workplace hazards.

  • Work with hazardous materials and chemicals. 

*This position is not eligible for relocation. Only local candidates will be considered.

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12/2/20 Analytics Program Manager, Site Services Individual contributor South San Francisco, California

The Site Services Analytics Program Manager will report to the Director of Digital Innovation & Analytics.  This role presents a unique opportunity to apply analytics and data science to help Genentech build the workplace of the future. The Analytics Program Manager will support all Site Services business functions: Site Operations, Environment, Health & Safety (EHS), Workforce Services, Workplace Effectiveness, Security & Resilience, and Strategy & Business Operations with insights gained from analyzing company data. Inform the design and operations of the Physical Work Environment,  Employee Services and Technology (e.g. advanced sensor technologies / IoT) so Genentech employees can be at their best when serving patients.  

The ideal candidate has experience applying data science to impact business outcomes, and enjoys pushing the boundaries to innovate. You will conduct analyses and develop models utilizing a variety of statistical, machine learning, pattern recognition, and artificial intelligence algorithms to support Site Services to make evidence based business decisions that ensure employee productivity and well-being as well as operational efficiency.

You will partner with data engineers in IT on designing and implementing our data and data pipeline architecture, optimizing data flow and collection across Site Services, as well as evolving our IoT strategy. 

Working with senior decision-makers in the company, your contributions will have a high level of visibility, and will enable our team to have a profound impact on the global organization.

 

Responsibilities

  • Leverage data to discover patterns and solve strategic analytic business problems

  • Execute sophisticated analyses and advanced modeling that result in actionable recommendations

  • Serve as a subject matter expert on experimental design, execution, and analysis across Site Services and broader Genentech/Roche

  • Collaborate with subject matter experts across Site Services and the business 

  • Lead and contribute to data integrity and data forensics efforts

  • Provide coaching and training on use and interpretation of data / metrics

  • Define requirements and work with local and global Informatics (IT) to design, build and maintain the Site Services Analytics platform 

  • Design and implement self-service reporting tools (e.g. Tableau)

  • Partner in the selection / development and implementation of advanced building and collaboration technologies (e.g.sensors) and build AI / machine learning solutions that capitalize on data to drive employee productivity / well-being and operational efficiency 

  • Support selection or development of apps that turn data into tools for employees

  • Design and implement data driven automation efforts

  • Identify opportunities to further build out our IoT strategy

Requirements: 

  • BA/BS degree in Computer Science, Data Science, Analytics, Engineering, Psychology, Statistics, or technical field or equivalent experience - Masters degree a plus

  • Business Experience 5+ years of experience in data related fields 

  • Experience working with large, complex data systems to aggregate, organize, and prepare data for use in business analysis 

  • Extensive background in data mining, statistical analysis, machine learning, and predictive modeling to drive insights from data 

  • Demonstrated experience in bridging business requirements and technical development

  • Great communication skills - ability to communicate on technical content and data with non technical business stakeholders

     

Specialized Knowledge / Skills 

  • Data-oriented scripting (e.g. SQL) and statistical programming (e.g., Python / R)

  • Classical statistics and machine learning approaches to fitting models (e.g., ensembles, bootstrapping) and estimating their performance (e.g., cross-validation)

  • Developing shared code (e.g., version control, programming patterns, libraries/packages) and creating data pipelines

  • Experience working with AWS (S3, EC2, Redshift, Sagemaker, Forecast, etc.), and big data toolkits

  • Experience with computer vision and  natural language processing

  • Experience working with Tableau, Qlikview a plus

  • Experimental design and analysis, including validating questionnaires, designing surveys, and conducting multilevel modeling

  • Experience with table design joins, data aggregation, data validation

Desirable (not required)

  • Experience working with Facilities data / smart building technologies

  • Experience working with HR / organizational people data

  • Architecture background/experience working with architects, space planners and interior design specialists

  • Publicly available examples of code (github, etc) or projects (websites, decks, publications)

12/2/20 Field Application Specialist - Saint Louis, MO Individual contributor Missouri

Territory: Illinois (excluding Chicagoland), Iowa (Des Moines east), Missouri (Saint Louis)

Location: Must live in or be willing to relocate within 50 miles of Saint Louis, MO

Job Facts:

This is an exciting time to join Roche Support Network. If you are passionate for problem solving then this is the position for you! As a research-focused healthcare company, Roche discovers, develops and provides innovative diagnostics and therapeutic products and services that deliver significant benefits to patients and healthcare professionals - from early detection and prevention of diseases to diagnostics, treatment and treatment monitoring. Roche is a successful company that can offer exciting career opportunities. We  encourage and support your development in areas of your interest which will prepare you for the next level in your career path. We know that people are responsible for our success and we value our employees. Our commitment is to create a work environment where feeling valued, respected, and empowered is a daily experience.

The Opportunity:

The Roche Support Network group is committed to providing industry-defining support to its customers. As a Molecular Field Applications Specialist, you will have the opportunity to travel and demonstrate your expertise as a technical repair and/or installation specialist for Roche assigned product lines, and provide valued service to your laboratory customers in an assigned territory.

· Serves as the Roche liaison and expert with the field and customers on all consultative, administrative and technical installation matters pertaining to implementation of assigned Roche systems. 

· Serves as the lead technical expert for field support staff by supporting the local support team with the identification, analysis, and execution of complex hardware instrument implementations, including pre-installation planning and resolution of post-implementation hardware issues. 

· Provides analysis, feedback and recommendations on product failure trends and service ability issues.

· Diagnoses mechanical, hardware, software and system failure, using advanced knowledge, experience and skills. 

· Determines most cost effective repair/resolution to minimize delay to the installation timeline. 

· Responsible for maximizing customer satisfaction with Roche hardware installations. 

· Promotes effective, positive, and productive communications among team members to ensure and maximize satisfaction of customers.

· Manages assigned installations at a level that promotes goodwill, confidence and credibility in order to exceed customer expectations in terms of product, installation and support quality.

· Will oversee and assess quality of installation teams work and provide feedback to regional lead engineers regarding customer site readiness, delivery, and install resource scheduling.

Who you are:

·Bachelor's degree in Medical Technology, Information Technology, Computer Science or Clinical Laboratory Sciences.

· 3 years of previous experience in a clinical laboratory· 

· Effective written/verbal communication skills as well as project management experience.

· Effective customer consultative skills which includes  a positive attitude, helpful customer interaction, and maintenance of ongoing customer relationships.

· Can work as a field based individual contributor with independence and autonomy.

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