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7/8/20 Software Developer Individual contributor South San Francisco, California

The Software Developer is a member of the Architecture and Emerging Technologies team supporting the Workplace and Employee Experience network (HR, Corporate relations, Legal, Site Services, Health Care Compliance) including IT Shared Services. The software developer serves as a lead on a squad responsible for collaborating with other squad members to estimate the effort, advise others on dependencies, execute on tasks, test and help put solutions into production. 

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Develop, enhance, integrate and/or support software computer systems, business applications, data management systems, and/or other programmable or configurable software components.

  • Apply current technology, tools and techniques toward solving business problems. Generally requires knowledge of information technology and functional or business are processes and requirements.

  • Solutions may involve design, implementation, test, debugging, performance tuning, documentation, validation, and support.

  • Implementation may involve development of operating procedures and/or training of service personnel and end user.

  • Strategic thinker with flexible and adaptable approach with limited supervision with some guidance. Receive little instruction on day-to-day work, general instructions on new projects or assignments.

  • Engage in frequent cross-functional and outside customer contacts. Represents the organization in providing solutions to difficult technical issues associated with specific projects. IT and Business Unit interactions.

  • Encourages others in fostering effective teamwork and actively solicits ideas from others.

  • Collaborate and communicate effectively both vertically and horizontally.

  • Technical contributor and leads small to medium technical teams (may be across a few sites and functions). May provide guidance and coordinate work of other personnel. Plays lead role responsible for key deliverables. May influence workgroups or technical teams on decisions and direction of the solution. Represents team with internal customers and prepares and delivers presentations to peers/project teams.

 

WHO YOU ARE:

  • Bachelor degree in Computer Science or in a related technical field and 5-7 years of related experience.
  • Complete understanding and wide application of technical principles, theories, and concepts in the field. General knowledge of other related disciplines.
  • Required development experience in at least one: C#, Java, HTML 5, Javascript, JQuery, Perl, JBoss.
  • Good knowledge of information exchange with REST-based API, SOAP-based API, B2B SFTP  is required.
  • Understanding of Integration platforms and capabilities such as Mulesoft, EII and Informatica is required.
  • Good knowledge of database development in Oracle, MS SQL Server, MySql etc. is required. Knowledge of RedShift is a huge advantage.
  • Good knowledge of application development using the LAMP stack is a huge advantage.
  • Understanding of analytical/BI tools such as Tableau, Qlik etc is a plus.
  • Knowledge of cloud (AWS) and mobile (iOS, Swift) computing is a plus.
  • Understanding of identity and access management concepts and technologies such as Windows AD, PingFederate, SAML 2,0, SailPoint is a plus.
  • Ability to clearly communicate through email, presentations, leading group discussions and documentation of process will be required.
  • Ability to work collaboratively in a team environment and take ownership/personal accountability to deliver on commitments is required.
  • Self starter that can work independently with minimal supervision is desired.

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7/7/20 Multiple Sclerosis Therapeutic Area Manager (TAM)- Seattle/ Alaska Ecosystem Individual contributor Seattle, Washington

Multiple Sclerosis Therapeutic Area Manager (TAM): Seattle Area

In order to achieve our vision of delivering ever better health outcomes for patients while lowering overall healthcare costs, we are reinventing our customer engagement model. We started on this journey by listening to our customers, and learning from leaders in customer service in other industries. We learned customers are inundated with information on new treatment options. They’re overwhelmed by industry professionals vying for their time. We learned they are also focused on better outcomes at lower costs. And, we learned we are uniquely positioned to partner with many stakeholders across the healthcare system to achieve this goal.

In our new customer engagement model, we are bringing the full value of our portfolio to where healthcare is delivered - locally. No longer will a national strategy supercede local needs. 

Each ecosystem has been designed around how patients receive care across the country. The ecosystem team will work together to better understand the needs of the ecosystem and put plans in place to address the needs, as well as identify partnership opportunities to advance our shared goals. And, every leader in our new customer engagement model will add direct customer accountabilities to their leadership responsibilities. We believe this is key in maintaining our customer focus and ensuring our model adapts and flexes over time.

As a member of the ecosystem team, you will be able to fully leverage your skills and capabilities alongside the full Genentech portfolio and our rich and robust pipeline. And, the simplicity of our model allows you to do more for your customers and patients, focusing on what is needed locally while also leveraging best practices from other ecosystems.

Join us as we strive to deliver ever better health outcomes for patients, lower overall healthcare costs and reinvent customer engagement in our industry. 

Position Overview

From the beginning, Genentech has been a team of highly dedicated, passionate individuals. We are a place where people are united around a single purpose and an ambitious vision. Together, we aspire to deliver ever better health outcomes for patients while lowering overall healthcare costs.

The Therapeutic Area Manager (TAM) is integral to successfully delivering this vision, working closely with healthcare providers. The TAM deeply understands the specific needs of healthcare practitioners in their therapeutic area to identify and address their clinical and business goals and challenges in support of improved patient outcomes, lower costs and improved quality of care.

The TAM is empowered to own the business for the multiple sclerosis therapeutic area within the ecosystem and to optimize as appropriate; focused on improving the customer and patient experience across the care continuum. They will leverage other ecosystem and organization experts to provide customers with the information they need about products to make decisions that support enhanced patient outcomes, and to influence the ecosystem business strategy. The TAM will represent all relevant products and indications within the designated Therapeutic Area.

In alignment with the ecosystem and customer strategic plan, the TAM is accountable for driving on-label clinical demand to ensure HCPs identify the right medication for the right patient.

In addition, they are responsible for collecting ecosystem insights and trends and being a primary conduit between an ecosystem, the Squads and marketing to support the national strategy at a local level.  The TAM will represent the Genentech products to the highest ethical and professional standards and in accordance with guidelines and PRC approved materials.

There are two levels of Therapeutic Area Managers. The difference is based on the scope, complexity and criticality to the ecosystem business as well as differences in expertise required to execute responsibilities.

Key Accountabilities

Serve as primary point of contact for the multiple sclerosis therapeutic area for their customers in the  ecosystem. Address and identify opportunities for pulling through ecosystem and TA squad strategies at the point-of-care Apply strong understanding of the specific needs of healthcare practitioners and mobilizes ecosystem and organization experts to partner with customers to identify and address their clinical and business goals and challenges in support of improved patient outcomes, lower costs and improved quality of care Contribute to the development and execution of customer account plans for target accounts to deliver maximum impact opportunities and business goals Deliver education to HCPs regarding product information, appropriate use, and dosing and administration based on FDA approved product information and formulary/pathways/guidelines (e.g. one on one interactions, in-services, identification of opportunities for peer-to-peer programming, etc.). Effectively triage to USMA experts as appropriate Address product acquisition (contract awareness, etc), and address supply matters through coordination of  distribution issues, and managing spoilage and returns Ensure product access to provide proactive (and de-identified) education on patient assistance, reimbursement resources. Triage to HD and FRM as appropriate Keep abreast of customer and healthcare industry trends. Initiates development actions to constantly adapt and grow capabilities to increase impact Represent the Genentech products to the highest ethical and professional standards and in accordance with guidelines and PRC approved materials Lead, act and live our Operating Principles in all aspects of work

Qualifications

  • Scientific or clinical degree, Bachelor’s degree level at minimum
  • Previous cross-functional industry experience in commercial life sciences (pharma or biotechnology) or related industry engaging with key healthcare ecosystem players (e.g., payers, health systems), is required
  • 4 or more years experience working in a sales role with HCPs, ideally representing multiple products and working across a complex healthcare system environment
  • Clinical nurse or Advanced Practice Nurse (APN) experience highly valued
  • Ability to work in an ambiguous environment undergoing transformation is a strong plus
  • Proven track record in coaching, training and/or mentoring peers or others as assigned; helping such others to better meet or exceed their goals, targets and other responsibilities
  • Proven track record for consistently meeting or exceeding financial and/or other quantitative targets, as well as qualitative goals
  • Self starter; ability to seek out relevant information, prioritize, and apply information to solve complex problems in the ecosystem
  • Ability to assimilate and communicate complex clinical and product information
  • Knowledge of and ability to successfully addressing operational issues in the delivery of healthcare products to patients, such as reimbursement and supply
  • Understanding of external laws, codes and company policies that apply to the healthcare industry

Genentech Commercial Operating Principles:

I put the patient first, always.

I am obsessed with meeting customer needs.

I act on behalf of the whole company, not just my team.

I am inclusive. 

I build a culture of trust.

I have a growth mindset.

I act with urgency.

I am accountable.

I radically simplify and prioritize for impact.

I follow the science.

I build our reputation.

Complies with all laws, regulations, policies and procedures that govern the conduct of Genentech activities.

Candidate must live within the ecosystem.

This is a field-based position and overnight travel may be required. This position requires significant driving of either a company provided or personal vehicle as well as prolonged periods of sitting, both of which are part of the essential duties and responsibilities of the role. As a result, Genentech, Inc. (Company) from time to time will check your motor vehicle record for purposes of determining your eligibility for driving a Company vehicle or driving any vehicle on Company business.

7/7/20 Sr. Marketing Manager - Lytics Individual contributor South San Francisco, California

Passionate about improving outcomes for stroke patients?  Want to help ensure stroke patients have the best chance of a life with minimal or no disability?  

The Lytics marketing team is seeking a talented individual to help advance our mission.  We need a passionate experienced marketer that can shape a dynamic market at the intersection of biotechnology, medical devices, advanced medical imaging and artificial intelligence.  

 

This role will have a bias towards HCP marketing.  In addition to helping determine how to re-engage our customers post COVID, this role will also be critical to encourage our customers to treat all eligible stroke patients.  This includes encouraging emergency physicians at the front line of care to evaluate every patient with an assessment of how disabling their stroke will be, and how it will impact the patients life.  In addition, it will also be important to inspire hospital leadership to track outcomes, review their data and identify quality improvement initiatives to help improve outcomes for stroke patients.

In 2020, the Lytics franchise aims to help 1.2 million patients across our portfolio of products (Activase, TNKase, Cathflo) approved for a variety of indications including Stroke, Pulmonary Embolism, Acute Myocardial Infarction and restoration of function to central venous access devices.   

The most important capabilities for this role are Customer, Product and Market Insights, Business Strategy and Market Execution.  Teamwork and collaboration with our Program Review Committee (PRC) and ecosystems will also be key.  

We are also seeking someone who will live our CMG Operating Principles:  I put the patient first, always; I am obsessed with meeting customer needs; I act on behalf of the whole company, not just my team; I am inclusive; I build a culture of trust; I have a growth mindset; I act with urgency; I am accountable; I radically simplify and prioritize for impact; I follow the science and I build our reputation. 

Skills and Competencies

  • Strong working knowledge of brand marketing, including positioning, branding, campaign development and channel mix

  • Strong customer orientation and ability to listen deeply, understand their needs, and identify pivotal insights to design and improve the customer experience 

  • Strong analytical skills to effectively utilize research and behavioral data 

  • Ability to formulate clear, actionable, high-impact strategies or tactics that capitalize on opportunities for the brand and our customers 

  • Ability to work in a fast-paced, evolving environment that requires significant cross-functional coordination, collaboration and teamwork

  • Ability to influence and inspire individuals and teams across the company

  • Ability to flex and thrive in an ambiguous environment undergoing transformational change

  • Good judgment in recognizing the distinction between "good enough" and perfection

  • Embodies a continuous improvement mindset

  • Strong agency management skills

  • Up to 30% overnight travel (depending on post-COVID travel allowances)

Qualifications

Bachelor's degree

  • MBA or other related graduate level degree preferred

Experience

  • 8-15 years’ experience with the majority working in a marketing function

  • Preferred experience in the pharmaceutical or biotech industry

Roche is an equal opportunity employer.

7/7/20 Therapeutic Area Manager (TAM), Respiratory - Eastern New England Ecosystem Individual contributor Boston, Massachusetts

Therapeutic Area Manager (TAM)

Customer Engagement Model

From the beginning, Genentech has been a team of highly dedicated, passionate individuals. We are a place where people are united around a single purpose and an ambitious vision. Together, we aspire to deliver ever better health outcomes for patients while lowering overall healthcare costs.

In order to achieve our vision of delivering ever better health outcomes for patients while lowering overall healthcare costs, we are reinventing our customer engagement model. We started on this journey by listening to our customers, and learning from leaders in customer service in other industries. We learned customers are inundated with information on new treatment options. They’re overwhelmed by industry professionals vying for their time. We learned they are also focused on better outcomes at lower costs. And, we learned we are uniquely positioned to partner with many stakeholders across the healthcare system to achieve this goal.

In our new customer engagement model, we are bringing the full value of our portfolio to where healthcare is delivered - locally. No longer will a national strategy supercede local needs.

Each ecosystem has been designed around how patients receive care across the country. The ecosystem team will work together to better understand the needs of the ecosystem and put plans in place to address the needs, as well as identify partnership opportunities to advance our shared goals. And, every leader in our new customer engagement model will add direct customer accountabilities to their leadership responsibilities. We believe this is key in maintaining our customer focus and ensuring our model adapts and flexes over time.

As a member of the ecosystem team, you will be able to fully leverage your skills and capabilities alongside the full Genentech portfolio and our rich and robust pipeline. And, the simplicity of our model allows you to do more for your customers and patients, focusing on what is needed locally while also leveraging best practices from other ecosystems.

Join us as we strive to deliver ever better health outcomes for patients, lower overall healthcare costs and reinvent customer engagement in our industry.

Position Overview

The Therapeutic Area Manager (TAM) is integral to successfully delivering this vision, working closely with healthcare providers. The TAM deeply understands the specific needs of healthcare practitioners in their therapeutic area to identify and address their clinical and business goals and challenges in support of improved patient outcomes, lower costs and improved quality of care.

The TAM is empowered to own the business for their TA within the ecosystem and to optimize as appropriate; focused on improving the customer and patient experience across the care continuum. They will leverage other ecosystem and organization experts to provide customers with the information they need about products to make decisions that support enhanced patient outcomes, and to influence the ecosystem business strategy. The TAM will represent all relevant products and indications within the designated Therapeutic Area.

In alignment with the ecosystem and customer strategic plan, the TAM is accountable for driving on-label clinical demand to ensure HCPs identify the right medication for the right patient.

In addition, they are responsible for collecting ecosystem insights and trends and being a primary conduit between an ecosystem, the Squads and marketing to support the national strategy at a local level.  The TAM will represent the Genentech products to the highest ethical and professional standards and in accordance with guidelines and PRC approved materials.

Key Accountabilities

Serve as primary point of contact for their therapeutic area for their customers in the  ecosystem. Address and identify opportunities for pulling through ecosystem and TA squad strategies at the point-of-care Apply strong understanding of the specific needs of healthcare practitioners and mobilizes ecosystem and organization experts to partner with customers to identify and address their clinical and business goals and challenges in support of improved patient outcomes, lower costs and improved quality of care Contribute to the development and execution of customer account plans for target accounts to deliver maximum impact opportunities and business goals Deliver education to HCPs regarding product information, appropriate use, and dosing and administration based on FDA approved product information and formulary/pathways/guidelines (e.g. one on one interactions, in-services, identification of opportunities for peer-to-peer programming, etc.). Effectively triage to USMA experts as appropriate Address product acquisition (contract awareness, etc), and address supply matters through coordination of  distribution issues, and managing spoilage and returns Ensure product access to provide proactive (and de-identified) education on patient assistance, reimbursement resources. Triage to HD and FRM as appropriate Keep abreast of customer and healthcare industry trends. Initiates development actions to constantly adapt and grow capabilities to increase impact Represent the Genentech products to the highest ethical and professional standards and in accordance with guidelines and PRC approved materials Lead, act and live our Operating Principles in all aspects of work

Qualifications

  • Scientific or clinical degree, Bachelor’s degree level at minimum
  • Previous cross-functional industry experience in commercial life sciences (pharma or biotechnology) or related industry engaging with key healthcare ecosystem players (e.g., payers, health systems), is required
  • 4 or more years experience working in a sales role with HCPs, ideally representing multiple products and working across a complex healthcare system environment
  • Clinical nurse or Advanced Practice Nurse (APN) experience highly valued
  • Ability to work in an ambiguous environment undergoing transformation is a strong plus
  • Proven track record in coaching, training and/or mentoring peers or others as assigned; helping such others to better meet or exceed their goals, targets and other responsibilities
  • Proven track record for consistently meeting or exceeding financial and/or other quantitative targets, as well as qualitative goals
  • Self starter; ability to seek out relevant information, prioritize, and apply information to solve complex problems in the ecosystem
  • Ability to assimilate and communicate complex clinical and product information
  • Knowledge of and ability to successfully addressing operational issues in the delivery of healthcare products to patients, such as reimbursement and supply
  • Understanding of external laws, codes and company policies that apply to the healthcare industry

Operating Principles

I put the patient first, always.

I am obsessed with meeting customer needs.

I act on behalf of the whole company, not just my team.

I am inclusive. 

I build a culture of trust.

I have a growth mindset.

I act with urgency.

I am accountable.

I radically simplify and prioritize for impact.

I follow the science.

I build our reputation.

Complies with all laws, regulations, policies and procedures that govern the conduct of Genentech activities.

This is a field-based position and overnight travel may be required. This position requires significant driving of either a company provided or personal vehicle as well as prolonged periods of sitting, both of which are part of the essential duties and responsibilities of the role. As a result, Genentech, Inc. (Company) from time to time will check your motor vehicle record for purposes of determining your eligibility for driving a Company vehicle or driving any vehicle on Company business.

7/7/20 Therapeutic Area Manager (TAM), Multiple Sclerosis - DC/Baltimore Ecosystem (D.C) Individual contributor Washington DC, District of Columbia

Therapeutic Area Manager (TAM), Multiple Sclerosis - DC/Baltimore Ecosystem

Position Overview

From the beginning, Genentech has been a team of highly dedicated, passionate individuals. We are a place where people are united around a single purpose and an ambitious vision. Together, we aspire to deliver ever better health outcomes for patients while lowering overall healthcare costs.

The Therapeutic Area Manager (TAM) is integral to successfully delivering this vision, working closely with healthcare providers. The TAM deeply understands the specific needs of healthcare practitioners in their therapeutic area to identify and address their clinical and business goals and challenges in support of improved patient outcomes, lower costs and improved quality of care. 

The TAM is empowered to own the business for their TA within the ecosystem and to optimize as appropriate; focused on improving the customer and patient experience across the care continuum. They will leverage other ecosystem and organization experts to provide customers with the information they need about products to make decisions that support enhanced patient outcomes, and to influence the ecosystem business strategy. The TAM will represent all relevant products and indications within the designated Therapeutic Area. 

In alignment with the ecosystem and customer strategic plan, the TAM is accountable for driving on-label clinical demand to ensure HCPs identify the right medication for the right patient.

In addition, they are responsible for collecting ecosystem insights and trends and being a primary conduit between an ecosystem, the Squads and marketing to support the national strategy at a local level.  The TAM will represent the Genentech products to the highest ethical and professional standards and in accordance with guidelines and PRC approved materials.

There are two levels of Therapeutic Area Managers. The difference is based on the scope, complexity and criticality to the ecosystem business as well as differences in expertise required to execute responsibilities.

Key Accountabilities

  • Serve as primary point of contact for their therapeutic area for their customers in the  ecosystem. Address and identify opportunities for pulling through ecosystem and TA squad strategies at the point-of-care
  • Apply strong understanding of the specific needs of healthcare practitioners and mobilizes ecosystem and organization experts to partner with customers to identify and address their clinical and business goals and challenges in support of improved patient outcomes, lower costs and improved quality of care 
  • Contribute to the development and execution of customer account plans for target accounts to deliver maximum impact opportunities and business goals 
  • Deliver education to HCPs regarding product information, appropriate use, and dosing and administration based on FDA approved product information and formulary/pathways/guidelines (e.g. one on one interactions, in-services, identification of opportunities for peer-to-peer programming, etc.). Effectively triage to USMA experts as appropriate
  • Address product acquisition (contract awareness, etc), and address supply matters through coordination of  distribution issues, and managing spoilage and returns
  • Ensure product access to provide proactive (and de-identified) education on patient assistance, reimbursement resources. Triage to HD and FRM as appropriate
  • Keep abreast of customer and healthcare industry trends. Initiates development actions to constantly adapt and grow capabilities to increase impact
  • Represent the Genentech products to the highest ethical and professional standards and in accordance with guidelines and PRC approved materials
  • Lead, act and live our Operating Principles in all aspects of work

Qualifications

  • Scientific or clinical degree, Bachelor’s degree level at minimum
  • Previous cross-functional industry experience in commercial life sciences (pharma or biotechnology) or related industry engaging with key healthcare ecosystem players (e.g., payers, health systems), is required
  • 4 or more years experience working in a sales role with HCPs, ideally representing multiple products and working across a complex healthcare system environment 
  • Clinical nurse or Advanced Practice Nurse (APN) experience highly valued
  • Ability to work in an ambiguous environment undergoing transformation is a strong plus
  • Proven track record in coaching, training and/or mentoring peers or others as assigned; helping such others to better meet or exceed their goals, targets and other responsibilities
  • Proven track record for consistently meeting or exceeding financial and/or other quantitative targets, as well as qualitative goals
  • Self starter; ability to seek out relevant information, prioritize, and apply information to solve complex problems in the ecosystem 
  • Ability to assimilate and communicate complex clinical and product information 
  • Knowledge of and ability to successfully addressing operational issues in the delivery of healthcare products to patients, such as reimbursement and supply
  • Understanding of external laws, codes and company policies that apply to the healthcare industry

Operating Principles

I put the patient first, always. 

I am obsessed with meeting customer needs. 

I act on behalf of the whole company, not just my team. 

I am inclusive.  

I build a culture of trust. 

I have a growth mindset. 

I act with urgency. 

I am accountable. 

I radically simplify and prioritize for impact. 

I follow the science.

I build our reputation.

Complies with all laws, regulations, policies and procedures that govern the conduct of Genentech activities.

It is highly preferred the candidate live within the ecosystem. 

This is a field-based position and overnight travel may be required. This position requires significant driving of either a company provided or personal vehicle as well as prolonged periods of sitting, both of which are part of the essential duties and responsibilities of the role. As a result, Genentech, Inc. (Company) from time to time will check your motor vehicle record for purposes of determining your eligibility for driving a Company vehicle or driving any vehicle on Company business.

7/7/20 Therapeutic Area Manager (TAM), Multiple Sclerosis - DC/Baltimore Ecosystem (BALTIMORE) Individual contributor Baltimore, Maryland

Therapeutic Area Manager (TAM), Multiple Sclerosis - DC/Baltimore Ecosystem

Position Overview

From the beginning, Genentech has been a team of highly dedicated, passionate individuals. We are a place where people are united around a single purpose and an ambitious vision. Together, we aspire to deliver ever better health outcomes for patients while lowering overall healthcare costs.

The Therapeutic Area Manager (TAM) is integral to successfully delivering this vision, working closely with healthcare providers. The TAM deeply understands the specific needs of healthcare practitioners in their therapeutic area to identify and address their clinical and business goals and challenges in support of improved patient outcomes, lower costs and improved quality of care. 

The TAM is empowered to own the business for their TA within the ecosystem and to optimize as appropriate; focused on improving the customer and patient experience across the care continuum. They will leverage other ecosystem and organization experts to provide customers with the information they need about products to make decisions that support enhanced patient outcomes, and to influence the ecosystem business strategy. The TAM will represent all relevant products and indications within the designated Therapeutic Area. 

In alignment with the ecosystem and customer strategic plan, the TAM is accountable for driving on-label clinical demand to ensure HCPs identify the right medication for the right patient.

In addition, they are responsible for collecting ecosystem insights and trends and being a primary conduit between an ecosystem, the Squads and marketing to support the national strategy at a local level.  The TAM will represent the Genentech products to the highest ethical and professional standards and in accordance with guidelines and PRC approved materials.

There are two levels of Therapeutic Area Managers. The difference is based on the scope, complexity and criticality to the ecosystem business as well as differences in expertise required to execute responsibilities.

Key Accountabilities

  • Serve as primary point of contact for their therapeutic area for their customers in the  ecosystem. Address and identify opportunities for pulling through ecosystem and TA squad strategies at the point-of-care
  • Apply strong understanding of the specific needs of healthcare practitioners and mobilizes ecosystem and organization experts to partner with customers to identify and address their clinical and business goals and challenges in support of improved patient outcomes, lower costs and improved quality of care 
  • Contribute to the development and execution of customer account plans for target accounts to deliver maximum impact opportunities and business goals 
  • Deliver education to HCPs regarding product information, appropriate use, and dosing and administration based on FDA approved product information and formulary/pathways/guidelines (e.g. one on one interactions, in-services, identification of opportunities for peer-to-peer programming, etc.). Effectively triage to USMA experts as appropriate
  • Address product acquisition (contract awareness, etc), and address supply matters through coordination of  distribution issues, and managing spoilage and returns
  • Ensure product access to provide proactive (and de-identified) education on patient assistance, reimbursement resources. Triage to HD and FRM as appropriate
  • Keep abreast of customer and healthcare industry trends. Initiates development actions to constantly adapt and grow capabilities to increase impact
  • Represent the Genentech products to the highest ethical and professional standards and in accordance with guidelines and PRC approved materials
  • Lead, act and live our Operating Principles in all aspects of work

Qualifications

  • Scientific or clinical degree, Bachelor’s degree level at minimum
  • Previous cross-functional industry experience in commercial life sciences (pharma or biotechnology) or related industry engaging with key healthcare ecosystem players (e.g., payers, health systems), is required
  • 4 or more years experience working in a sales role with HCPs, ideally representing multiple products and working across a complex healthcare system environment 
  • Clinical nurse or Advanced Practice Nurse (APN) experience highly valued
  • Ability to work in an ambiguous environment undergoing transformation is a strong plus
  • Proven track record in coaching, training and/or mentoring peers or others as assigned; helping such others to better meet or exceed their goals, targets and other responsibilities
  • Proven track record for consistently meeting or exceeding financial and/or other quantitative targets, as well as qualitative goals
  • Self starter; ability to seek out relevant information, prioritize, and apply information to solve complex problems in the ecosystem 
  • Ability to assimilate and communicate complex clinical and product information 
  • Knowledge of and ability to successfully addressing operational issues in the delivery of healthcare products to patients, such as reimbursement and supply
  • Understanding of external laws, codes and company policies that apply to the healthcare industry

Operating Principles

I put the patient first, always. 

I am obsessed with meeting customer needs. 

I act on behalf of the whole company, not just my team. 

I am inclusive.  

I build a culture of trust. 

I have a growth mindset. 

I act with urgency. 

I am accountable. 

I radically simplify and prioritize for impact. 

I follow the science.

I build our reputation.

Complies with all laws, regulations, policies and procedures that govern the conduct of Genentech activities.

It is highly preferred the candidate live within the ecosystem. 

This is a field-based position and overnight travel may be required. This position requires significant driving of either a company provided or personal vehicle as well as prolonged periods of sitting, both of which are part of the essential duties and responsibilities of the role. As a result, Genentech, Inc. (Company) from time to time will check your motor vehicle record for purposes of determining your eligibility for driving a Company vehicle or driving any vehicle on Company business.

7/7/20 PV Clinical Associate Individual contributor South San Francisco, California

Summary of Position:

PV Clinical Associate performs the tactical and operational job responsibilities, including but not limited to the collection, clinical review, evaluation, and processing of adverse event (AE) information received by US Drug Safety. The PV Clinical Associate leads clinical review of USDS cases (processed in-house or externally by vendor) and supports the US Drug Safety PV Clinical Manager - Associate in all activities. All responsibilities are performed under the direction of the PV Clinical Manager- Associate.

Key Accountabilities:
  • Completes drug safety monitoring and tracking in a timely, thorough and accurate manner in accordance with pharmacovigilance (PV) and related standards, regulations and Genentech/Roche Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs)
  • Reviews, evaluates and verifies potential AE information during Preliminary Assessment (PA) to determine required action per internal policies and procedures and perform data entry of adverse event by timely completion of the case via Roche global safety database. Performs seriousness / validity / causality and conducts quality review of all cases (as applicable) based on their medical assessment
  • Performs labelling assessment for AE(s) received using clinical knowledge and conducts follow up for all reported cases (as applicable)
  • Responsible for Clinical Review of cases processed in-house and by vendors
  • Understands case processing data to evaluate error rates and potential compliance impact
  • Performs trend analysis of vendor case processing issues and escalates to vendor and USDS management
  • Responsible for developing executive summary on the quality trends observed on a quarterly basis
  • Responsible for training internal USDS and/or vendors staff or team in collaboration with SP PV oversight based on trend analysis
  • Responsible for ensuring appropriate data correction in the safety database for identified issues or errors
  • Responsible for maintaining follow-up templates, ensuring successful transmission of all follow-up attempts performed by PV Clinical Associate/Vendor staff via communication module
  • Accountable for training internal and external staff members on using communication module
  • Performs daily reconciliation of outgoing communications
  • Responsible for review of investigational new drug safety reports (INDSR) and submission to FDA (as applicable)
  • Responsible for negotiation and implementation of pharmacovigilance agreements (PVA) with business partners
  • Supports PV Clinical Specialists in tasks and projects as needed
  • Responsible for identifying and developing training documents (i.e., SOPs) for the targeted audience (as needed)
  • Assists in AE reconciliation activities and/or Case Transmission Verification (CTV) (as applicable)
  • Acts as single point of contact with key stakeholders for safety related activities, identifies potential business gaps and assists in the development and implementation of process solutions, and leads projects as assigned and under the direction of the US Drug Safety management
  • Responsible for the preparation and development of Drug Safety presentations and participates in the education of for internal /external stakeholders as applicable
  • Acts as Subject Matter Expert (SME) for safety related activities within Global Safety Database per Genentech/Roche SOPs
  • Provide support during audits and inspections
  • Collaborates with PV Operations and SP PV Oversight teams as needed

Competencies Identified for Success:
  • Demonstrates capability to comprehend medical information
  • Demonstrates ownership, initiative and accountability
  • Sound decision making abilities as demonstrated by systematic gathering of information, appropriately assessing the complexity of issues, and prioritization of tasks in a timely manner within the scope of responsibility
  • Demonstrates strong, dynamic leadership skills
  • Works well independent or within teams and is effective in collaborating with others internally and externally
  • Analytical and problem-solving capabilities and skills. Has demonstrated the ability to anticipate and solve problems and effectively make decisions of moderate complexity and scope e.g. evaluate, interpret and present highly complex data
  • Communication and presentation skills; highly effective at summarizing and presenting key considerations and decision-points
  • Ability to flex and thrive in an agile and fast changing environment
  • Strong attention-to-detail

Education, Experience, and Other Requirements:
  • Health Care Professional degree (Required)
  • Minimum 0-2 years of clinical experience (Required)
  • Writing experience; science/medical writing (Required)
  • Computer proficiency (Required)
  • Data entry experience (Preferred)
  • Able to travel as per business needs

CMG Operating Principles

I put the patient first, always

I am obsessed with meeting customer needs

I act on behalf of the whole company, not just my team

I am inclusive

I have a growth mindset

I act with urgency

I am accountable

I radically simplify and prioritize for impact

I follow the science

I build our reputation

External Link: https://www.gene.com/careers/commercial-operating-principles

7/7/20 PV Clinical Associate Individual contributor South San Francisco, California

Summary of Position:

PV Clinical Associate performs the tactical and operational job responsibilities, including but not limited to the collection, clinical review, evaluation, and processing of adverse event (AE) information received by US Drug Safety. The PV Clinical Associate leads clinical review of USDS cases (processed in-house or externally by vendor) and supports the US Drug Safety PV Clinical Manager - Associate in all activities. All responsibilities are performed under the direction of the PV Clinical Manager- Associate.

Key Accountabilities:
  • Completes drug safety monitoring and tracking in a timely, thorough and accurate manner in accordance with pharmacovigilance (PV) and related standards, regulations and Genentech/Roche Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs)
  • Reviews, evaluates and verifies potential AE information during Preliminary Assessment (PA) to determine required action per internal policies and procedures and perform data entry of adverse event by timely completion of the case via Roche global safety database. Performs seriousness / validity / causality and conducts quality review of all cases (as applicable) based on their medical assessment
  • Performs labelling assessment for AE(s) received using clinical knowledge and conducts follow up for all reported cases (as applicable)
  • Responsible for Clinical Review of cases processed in-house and by vendors
  • Understands case processing data to evaluate error rates and potential compliance impact
  • Performs trend analysis of vendor case processing issues and escalates to vendor and USDS management
  • Responsible for developing executive summary on the quality trends observed on a quarterly basis
  • Responsible for training internal USDS and/or vendors staff or team in collaboration with SP PV oversight based on trend analysis
  • Responsible for ensuring appropriate data correction in the safety database for identified issues or errors
  • Responsible for maintaining follow-up templates, ensuring successful transmission of all follow-up attempts performed by PV Clinical Associate/Vendor staff via communication module
  • Accountable for training internal and external staff members on using communication module
  • Performs daily reconciliation of outgoing communications
  • Responsible for review of investigational new drug safety reports (INDSR) and submission to FDA (as applicable)
  • Responsible for negotiation and implementation of pharmacovigilance agreements (PVA) with business partners
  • Supports PV Clinical Specialists in tasks and projects as needed
  • Responsible for identifying and developing training documents (i.e., SOPs) for the targeted audience (as needed)
  • Assists in AE reconciliation activities and/or Case Transmission Verification (CTV) (as applicable)
  • Acts as single point of contact with key stakeholders for safety related activities, identifies potential business gaps and assists in the development and implementation of process solutions, and leads projects as assigned and under the direction of the US Drug Safety management
  • Responsible for the preparation and development of Drug Safety presentations and participates in the education of for internal /external stakeholders as applicable
  • Acts as Subject Matter Expert (SME) for safety related activities within Global Safety Database per Genentech/Roche SOPs
  • Provide support during audits and inspections
  • Collaborates with PV Operations and SP PV Oversight teams as needed

Competencies Identified for Success:
  • Demonstrates capability to comprehend medical information
  • Demonstrates ownership, initiative and accountability
  • Sound decision making abilities as demonstrated by systematic gathering of information, appropriately assessing the complexity of issues, and prioritization of tasks in a timely manner within the scope of responsibility
  • Demonstrates strong, dynamic leadership skills
  • Works well independent or within teams and is effective in collaborating with others internally and externally
  • Analytical and problem-solving capabilities and skills. Has demonstrated the ability to anticipate and solve problems and effectively make decisions of moderate complexity and scope e.g. evaluate, interpret and present highly complex data
  • Communication and presentation skills; highly effective at summarizing and presenting key considerations and decision-points
  • Ability to flex and thrive in an agile and fast changing environment
  • Strong attention-to-detail

Education, Experience, and Other Requirements:
  • Health Care Professional degree (Required)
  • Minimum 0-2 years of clinical experience (Required)
  • Writing experience; science/medical writing (Required)
  • Computer proficiency (Required)
  • Data entry experience (Preferred)
  • Able to travel as per business needs

CMG Operating Principles

I put the patient first, always

I am obsessed with meeting customer needs

I act on behalf of the whole company, not just my team

I am inclusive

I have a growth mindset

I act with urgency

I am accountable

I radically simplify and prioritize for impact

I follow the science

I build our reputation

External Link: https://www.gene.com/careers/commercial-operating-principles

7/7/20 Postdoctoral Research Fellow - Cancer Signaling, Lill and Dey Labs Individual contributor South San Francisco, California

We have an open position for a talented, highly motivated Postdoctoral Research Fellow to join

the laboratories of Dr. Jennie Lill (Proteomics & NGS) and Dr. Anwesha Dey (Discovery

Oncology). This will be a joint appointment focusing on the utilization of molecular biology,

biochemistry, proteomics and informatics to study the role of the Hippo pathway in cancer.

The successful candidate will have experience in cellular experiments using cell lines (FACS, IP

Western signaling experiments, CRISPR) & will have strong computational skills and be familiar with working with large omics datasets. Experience working with mouse models or mass

spectrometry/proteomics is a plus.

For information about the Postdoctoral Program at Genentech, please go

to www.gene.com/careers/academic-programs/postdocs

For information about the labs of Jennie Lill and Anwesha Dey at Genentech, please go

to https://www.gene.com/scientists/our-scientists/jennie-lill

https://www.gene.com/scientists/our-scientists/anwesha-dey

Who You Are

The qualified individual will possess a Ph.D. in Biochemistry, Developmental Biology,

Biochemistry, Molecular or Cell Biology or related fields with a solid publication record. The

candidate should have experience dissecting intracellular signaling pathway analyses using a

range of biochemical, molecular biology and computational skills.

Excellent communication and writing skills as well as a record of accomplishment of working in

highly collaborative environments is essential.

The successful candidate must be able to demonstrate scientific rigor and a willingness to

collaborate with a highly multi-disciplinary team of scientist. Additional expectations include

publication of research in high-quality scientific journals.

How to Apply

To apply for this position, we would like a copy of your resume including the names of three

current references. We also require a two paragraph long proposal, proposing a study of your

choice to help further elucidate signaling mechanisms associated with the Hippo pathway.

7/7/20 Principal Medical Science Director/Medical Director-Influenza Individual contributor South San Francisco, California

Title: Principal Medical Science Director/Medical Director-Influenza

Function: US Medical Affairs (Influenza)

Location: South San Francisco, CA (remote locations may be considered).

The Purpose:

The Principal MSD/MD at Genentech puts patients and science at the center of all actions. He/she will drive medical tactics aimed at maximizing medical progress for patients. He/she will collaborate with the Influenza Medical Partner to drive timely data generation and dissemination. He/she is expected to maintain an in-depth understanding of Influenza, the medical strategy, and relevant clinical and payer issues, key trends and shifts in the external healthcare landscape. He/she will serve as the guardian for high standards of compliance, ethics and safety. This position reports to the Influenza Medical partner, and sits within a network of clinical and scientific experts, and therefore may be performing a variety of medical activities, as needed.

The Position:

We are seeking a dynamic Principal MSD/MD leader to focus in the area of Influenza to join the US Medical Affairs network of scientists at Genentech. With an aim of supporting evidence generation and communication of medical evidence that helps practitioners, patients and payers make good health care decisions, the successful candidate exhibits outstanding communication skills and builds strong relationships with key stakeholders in the US influenza community.

This individual will be responsible for working closely with the US Influenza Medical Partner, execute on the US Influenza Medical plans, i.e. medical activities, within the context of the US health care environment that, depending on specific areas of responsibility, may include clinical study concept and design; clinical and health economic data analysis, interpretation of sub-analysis, and publications; clinical training and insights generation; and scientific exchange and collaboration.

This position may also represent the US Medical Partner within cross functional teams at Genentech and in external customer facing engagements. In addition to strong communication skills, this position requires flexibility in leading medical activities and prioritizing work, and a mindset to suggest and engage purposeful partnerships to solve complex multi-disciplinary challenges.

As a Principal MSD/MD you are expected to:

• Provide your medical/scientific perspective for the Influenza Medical partner and network of professionals.

• Provide input into design, as well as support execution and monitoring of medical evidence generation strategies, plans and tactics spanning the product lifecycle.

• Represent Genentech Medical Affairs externally at key meetings, as needed.

• In alignment with the Influenza Medical Partner strategy, develop scientific partnerships with therapeutic area experts, medical societies, patient advocacy groups, and health care institutions.

• Support Medical Partner in leading efficient implementation of medical tactics, leveraging the network of relevant expertise and insights. 

• Provide expert review of medical content for medical information and educational activities, as needed.

• Ensure the clinical accuracy of training material for scientific and product information and drug safety, as needed, reporting to the local organization

• Provide clinically meaningful perspective for regulatory and other scientific communications, as needed.

• Address access-related medical issues and opportunities.

• Ensure medical and product information and communications are provided in compliance with Genentech - Roche policies.

• Act as a guardian for high standards of compliance, ethics and safety; putting patients at the center of all actions

• Participate and thrive in an interactive, purpose driven culture.

Who you are:

A medical/scientific professional with a strong scientific and clinical background who has a passion for making medical progress for people affected by Influenza. You are looking for a company where you have the opportunity to positively impact peoples’ health, and where a job title does not define who you are professionally.

Qualifications, Experience and Skills:

• Board Certified physician with clinical experience in influenza is preferred if you are applying for the Senior Medical Director position. Relevant qualifications are expected for the Senior Scientific Director position.

• Minimum 5 years of relevant clinical / medical pharmaceutical/biotechnology industry experience.

• Experience or relevant knowledge of pre-approval drug development trials and/or post-marketing medical evidence generation, including expertise in controlled and observational study designs, data analysis, and clinical/health economic interpretations.

• Understanding of the US health care environment including the payer landscape, evidence-based medicine tools and practices, and health technology assessments

• Ability to navigate complex and challenging situations and flex and thrive in an ambiguous environment. This position could be located in South San Francisco, although remote locations may be considered. It requires up to 20% time traveling.

Roche is an equal opportunity employer.

CMG Operating Principles

I put the patient first, always

I am obsessed with meeting customer needs

I act on behalf of the whole company, not just my team

I am inclusive

I have a growth mindset

I act with urgency

I am accountable

I radically simplify and prioritize for impact

I follow the science

I build our reputation

External Link: https://www.gene.com/careers/commercial-operating-principles

7/7/20 Medical Science Liaison, Breast, Gastrointestinal, & Gynecologic Oncology- OK-AR, AZ-NM Individual contributor Los Angeles, California

Position Overview: 

The Therapeutic Area Medical Science Liaison (TA MSL) is a credible scientific partner responsible for providing clinical and health economic information related to disease states and the appropriate utilization of Genentech medicines (approved and pipeline). This field-based position will engage with healthcare providers, population health decision makers, and patients within their region(s), to further patient outcomes aligned with the overarching objectives of Genentech. In collaboration with their regional partners, TA MSLs are accountable for co-creating the local medical strategy and delivering for their customers. In addition, TA MSLs may be responsible for covering multiple medicines, as well as engaging in broad scientific discussions around patient outcomes and total cost of care, resulting in rich customer insights shared with key stakeholders across the organization.

Key Responsibilities/Accountabilities: 

  • Ensure an end to end customer experience for TA specific customers within the region
  • Demonstrate deep scientific expertise about assigned molecules/products, franchise(s) and overall therapeutic area(s) to exchange relevant information and insights with top tier thought leaders and healthcare decision makers within a region
  • Build, cultivate, and leverage relationships with key external scientific and medical customers and organizations in their region(s) to ensure strong understanding of evolving healthcare trends across the relevant therapeutic area landscape
  • Demonstrate proficiency in topics beyond scientific exchange such as value / cost of care discussions, hospitalizations, risk of progression, drug pricing pressures, reimbursement education, and AE management
  • Engage in continuous independent learning within the therapeutic area they represent and actively attend and participate in upskilling programs related to assigned molecules, products, disease states and relevant business topics
  • Respond to on and off-label questions with integrity, compliance, and adherence to legal, regulatory, and Genentech guidelines, policies & procedures
  • Build and cultivate important working relationships across field partners to ensure an enterprise approach when working with customers.  Be accountable to the regional team to shape and execute on local medical strategies within planned timelines
  • Depending on regional needs and priorities, may be asked to serve in a Medical Affairs Executive Director (MED) role with specific customers
  • Identify and bring insights back in house to Genentech stakeholders through efficient and effective use of CRM system
  • Assist with Phase I - IV sponsored and supported clinical trials, health economic outcomes research, other TA specific medical collaborations; provide clinical expertise and feedback regarding operational management of clinical trials to ensure optimal site selection and performance
  • Share clinical and value-based expertise in the development and management of clinical and scientific communications for customers to include publications, conference data, and educational materials, as well as for internal Genentech communications and materials to be used in training and development activities
  • Ensure assigned goals and objectives are met and that assigned projects and other work are completed on time, with high quality, and within budget

    Qualification: 

  • Advanced Clinical/Science Degree required (e.g., MD, PharmD, PhD, MSN, NP, PA etc.).  BSN with extensive clinical experience may be considered.

    Knowledge:

  • GCP (Good Clinical Practice) and ICH (International Conference on Harmonization of Technical Requirements for Registration of Pharmaceuticals for Human Use) proficient
  • In-depth knowledge of Phase IV/post-marketing drug development is preferred
  • Relevant therapeutic area knowledge, dependent on customer base
  • Comprehensive understanding of product and safety profiles
  • Understanding of managed care, health economics, healthcare reimbursement, managed care customers and the distribution channels relevant to pharmaceutical/biotechnology organizations
  • Familiarity with the current legal and regulatory landscape pertinent to the pharmaceutical/biotechnology industry

    Required Experience:

  • Minimum of 5 years related work experience (clinical, managed care, or industry experience)
  • Prior experience as a field medical science liaison is preferred
  • 2 or more years’ clinical or health economic research experience (either in industry or in another, related setting) is preferred
  • 2 years' experience in therapy area is preferred

    Skills:

  • Ability to learn other disease or product areas as business needs and product life cycles change
  • 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
  • Proven track record of meeting or exceeding objectives and goals
  • Strong attention-to-detail
  • Learning mindset, open to training and becoming an expert across customer types or multiple therapeutic areas
  • Outstanding business acumen; knows the industry, Genentech's business model and value proposition, key competitors and other marketplace factors/dynamics
  • Excellent communication and collaboration skills; exhibits professional maturity, confidence, and competence. Strong conflict resolution skills; proven ability to effectively and quickly achieve conflict resolution with affected parties and work in a cross functional environment
  • Knows how to summarize and communicate complex information and business objectives in a concise and effective way for important presentations and decisions
  • Embraces change, embodies a continuous improvement mindset, and exemplifies agile principles in day-to-day activities
  • In addition to passing Genentech's background screening, the employee must submit to and pass additional background screening as required by some institutions and health facility sales accounts (additional screening requests may include but are not limited to background checks, immunization, TB, HIV, hepatitis, and drug screening)
  • Business travel, by air or car, is required for regular internal and external business meetings (up to 70% of time)
  • This position requires significant use of either a company provided or personal vehicle to perform the essential duties and responsibilities of the role. As a result, Genentech, Inc. (Company) from time to time will check your motor vehicle record for purposes of determining your eligibility for driving a Company vehicle or driving any vehicle on Company business

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7/7/20 Associate Director, Engagement and Events, Internal Communications Manager with direct reports South San Francisco, California

The Associate Director, Engagement and Events, is a key leadership position on the Internal Communications team responsible for setting strategy and directing the development and implementation of Genentech-wide, brand-aligned employee communications, campaigns, special experiences and events. These efforts are designed to deliver our Employee Promise, enhance our culture, and help employees understand and embrace initiatives and programs with the ultimate aim of positively influencing retention and attraction.

This role, which reports to the Director of Internal Communications within the Corporate Relations function, leads a team of communications and event planning professionals. Leveraging internal expertise and external best practices, this role will deliver innovation in support of the internal communications strategy.

This role will engage with employees at all levels of the company, including internal business partners and stakeholders in the Officer and C-Suite communities. It’s an intense, fast-paced and influential role within a fun, experienced and high-energy team.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Creating and leading the execution of an employee engagement and culture strategy in conjunction with the IC leadership team that anticipates both emerging opportunities and threats to the business including the changing nature of work (e.g., agile teams, news ways of working), the changing locations of our employees (WFH, deskless, non-wired), evolving employee needs/wants (customization of content, varied delivery), and an increasingly competitive landscape for recruitment and retention.

  • Ensuring that Genentech remains differentiated from our competitors by designing communications and experiences to support our Employee Promise and brand. This includes but is not limited to creating new ways to bring our Employee Promise to life for employees and activation of the brand at our U.S. locations and among field-based employees.

  • Directing his/her team in the development of effective communications strategies and multi-channel, creative tactics to support employees’ engagement with enterprise-wide initiatives, programs and news, including those in support of our HR strategy.

  • Providing senior communications counsel to leaders & teams across the organization, along with the IC Director and his/her team.

  • Envisioning and overseeing the development of experiences and events that positively engage Genentech’s 13,500 employees. Ensuring continued innovation, inclusivity, creativity and strategic agility so that our programs remain fresh and compelling, and accessible, to all employees. Scope includes but is not limited monthly themed camaraderie events, our annual week of giving activities, patient speakers, product approval celebrations, all-employee town halls, Officers’ meetings, and people managers forums, as well as envisioning and establishing new experiences and traditions for our employees.

  • Prioritizing and assigning communications projects (both one-offs and campaigns), experiences and events among his/her team to focus on the most important and meaningful projects, and leverage individual strengths, promote flexibility, grow and expand skills, and help each team member build meaningful relationships across the business.

  • Building relationships (or ensuring relationships among his/her team) with key communications colleagues (e.g., other IC team members, internal communicators network), and partners/stakeholders (e.g., leaders, Security, campus teams, etc.) to align efforts and improve employee experiences, reduce silos and deliver communications in the best interests of employees.

  • Developing and implementing KPIs to measure the effectiveness of communications and events, and achieve maximum impact.

  • Cultivating a mindset of experimentation, agility and smart risk taking across the team to drive innovation and creativity.

  • Coaching and developing a high-functioning, five-person team.

  • Staying current with trends in engagement and company culture, as well as external trends in the general culture and population.

  • Be accountable for internal budget.

Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree required

Experience

  • 12+ year of experience
  • Extensive experience in assessing the needs of an organization and setting a broad communications strategy
  • Extensive experience leading and coaching teams and individual team members in supporting and executing communications strategies, plans, specific programs and events
  • Significant experience leading cross-functional initiatives and teams in large corporate settings
  • Strong understanding of employee engagement, change communications and event management
  • Past experience in a data-driven organization is valuable

To be successful the Associate Director, Employee Engagement and Culture must have:

  • A clear impact/results orientation and ability to set dynamic, compelling goals, ensure clear accountabilities and align the organization to deliver on commitments
  • A passion for company culture and creating a unique a differentiated employee experience
  • Demonstrated change management communications expertise
  • A track record of excelling at designing and staffing communications teams, and developing high-performing individuals and teams
  • Demonstrated expertise developing employee engagement communications plans and campaigns, including knowing how to use creative design effectively to enhance engagement in corporate programs and innovative communications technology platforms to deliver compelling communications content
  • Outstanding communication and presentation skills, both written and verbal. Includes fluent English, strong story-telling and editorial skills. Highly effective at distilling complex and sometimes voluminous content into clear, concise and engaging communications
  • Strong executive presence and track record of cultivating strong and trusting relationships with cross-functional partners and executive leaders
  • Demonstrated strategic agility including having in-depth knowledge of the healthcare industry and communications best practices, and the ability to bring that knowledge to bear when advising stakeholders and partners on communication strategies, plans, objectives, tactics, implications and impact
  • Strong consulting skills with the ability to quickly assimilate business needs/circumstances and effectively advise and influence senior executives, internal stakeholders and partners on the most strategic, high-level or complex matters
  • Strong attention-to-detail
  • Ability to prioritize a large-scale and complex workload
  • Requisite sense of urgency (as different circumstances may dictate more urgent communications and priorities)
  • Strong customer-orientation and proven track record of collaborative work relationships, consistently extracting optimal results from working with and through others
  • Strong influencing, negotiation and conflict resolution skills with experience driving cross-functional activities to successful conclusion
  • Budget management expertise, including assessing estimates, determining allocations, completing analysis, reviewing budget requests for approval, forecasting future budget needs, compliance with legal regulations and implementing effective budgeting policies and procedures

Working outside of regular business hours is sometimes required in this role (e.g. mornings, evenings, weekends).

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7/7/20 Medical Operations Lead, USMA Field (South San Francisco or Remote) Individual contributor South San Francisco, California

Position is based in SSF. May consider remote in the Western/Central regions

All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply and will be actively considered.

 

Position Overview

The Medical Operations Lead is accountable for operations and communications for Genentech’s field medical teams within their respective regions. This individual will partner closely with the West Region Medical Executive Director Lead (RMED) and the National Accounts Medical Executive Director Lead, the MSL TA Heads, and the MSL Field Directors to develop and drive medical strategy for the region and national accounts.

The Medical Operations Lead will serve as a strategic thought partner to the RMEDs / National Accounts MED Lead and will support execution of key customer partnerships in collaboration with CE Medical Operations, MEDs, National Accounts MEDs, TA MSL Heads, MSL Field Directors, and USMA (Scientific Partnerships, Project Execution Managers (PEMs), Medical Network, HDI). This individual will also support communications, culture, people and performance management for the region.

  

Key Accountabilities 

Strategic thought partnership

  • Partner with RMEDs, MSL Field Directors, and TA Heads to develop and execute region medical strategy including long- & short-term priorities for MEDs; capture, communicate and facilitate 90-day priorities linked to the Medical Strategy

  • Support RMEDs and MEDs in identifying and prioritizing opportunities and coordinate resources to enable execution

  • Collaborate with MED Team Leadership to develop and track performance metrics for the MEDs

Execute special projects

  • Work closely with the field to navigate partnership opportunities that arise as a result of customer interactions, working closely with the Collaboration Acceleration Desk and portfolio marketing when needed, to triage concepts internally, engage relevant Squads in getting to a go/no go decision, and support execution via relevant Functions. 

  • Identify required processes, communications, meetings/events, and resources that will equip field teams with key resources to drive partnerships and enhance customer engagement

  • Track progress on account plans and partnership(s) with customers in collaboration with Region Ops

  • Engage key stakeholders to support field teams in driving customer initiatives such as training, resource management, recruiting, change management, and ad hoc projects

Communication and culture

  • Identify opportunities to build an enterprise mindset and empowerment across the MED team. Promote new ways of working, champion agile practices and CMG Operating Principles

  • Optimize bi-directional information channels between field teams, USMA, Scientific Operations (including MSL Operations), National teams and other home office functions

  • Orchestrate and execute on coordination & communication between ecosystems, national teams, MSLs, and key internal partners within USMA (e.g. Scientific Partnerships)

  • Regularly connect with field team, monitoring and obtaining critical, real-time information that will enable continuous improvement and convene communities of practice

Prioritize and coordinate with key internal functions

  • Actively and effectively collaborate with partners such as USMA, Scientific Partnerships, Squads, Medical, Marketing, Business Operations, Training, Compliance and others to incorporate medical plan and pull-through into overall vision for the region 

  • Drive innovation in collaboration with home office operations teams

Internal meeting planning

  • Serve as the lead or delegate responsibilities to plan and execute field leaders’ meetings, off-sites, attendance at conferences, etc.

People and performance management 

  • Support field leaders in managing talent flow and reviews & calibration 

  • Facilitate the communication and understanding of performance-linked compensation 

 

Qualifications 

  • Bachelor's Degree or equivalent is required

  • MBA or other Graduate or higher-level Degree in science, business or a related discipline is strongly preferred

  • Significant pharmaceutical/biotech/consulting, commercial, strategic, and/or analytical experience

  • Significant experience in medical affairs, science and/or drug development strongly preferred

  • Operations experience involving:

    • A strong track record of highly effective prioritization

    • Leading multiple projects simultaneously; effectively planning complex projects with strong attention to detail, incorporating best-practice stakeholder, risk and change management, specifying resource requirements and potential constraints

    • Leading cross-functional teams with internal and external stakeholder management

    • Emphasis on/exposure to medical functions; experience working with field teams is preferred

  • 25-50% business travel, by air or car, within the region(s) and to/from South San Francisco for internal and external meetings will be required

 

Capabilities

  • Ability to thrive in ambiguity with sound decision-making skills to effectively prioritize and navigate interdependencies

  • Embrace enterprise- and portfolio-mindsets with an unwavering focus on customer impact

  • Willingness and ability to change one's approach to project management and/or course of action in response to business needs; regularly updates plans to reflect changing circumstances

  • Capability to transform analytics and insights into actionable strategies

  • Strong written and verbal communication skills; executive presence

  • Ability to effectively influence leaders, peers, stakeholders across the organization.  Listens well, open to input and can be depended on for truthfulness

  • Track-record of teamwork and collaboration skills; creating and leveraging a large personal network across the organization to understand business needs and contribute where appropriate

  • Proactively gain and apply knowledge of fundamental project/operations management processes, methodologies and tools to produce high quality and timely deliverables

  • Planning skills: from meta to micro

  • Fluency in agile practices and with "new ways of working"

  • Outstanding healthcare landscape knowledge and business acumen

 

CMG Operating Principles 

Operating Principles 

I put the patient first, always.

I am obsessed with meeting customer needs.

I act on behalf of the whole company, not just my team.

I am inclusive.

I build a culture of trust.

I have a growth mindset.

I act with urgency.

I am accountable.

I radically simplify and prioritize for impact.

I follow the science.

I build our reputation.

Complies with all laws, regulations, policies and procedures that govern the conduct of Genentech activities.

 

Roche is an equal opportunity employer.

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7/7/20 Management Associate, Large Molecule Drug Discovery Individual contributor South San Francisco, California

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

We are seeking a sophisticated and creative self-starter to provide high-level administrative support to the Vice President of Large Molecule Drug Discovery, 2 Directors, and a Genentech Fellow. You will also provide general support for one group within the VP’s organization. You will also interface with one other Management Associate who supports the head of the Protein Sciences department and with other administrative staff within the Large Molecule Drug Discovery and gRED Research organization.  In this role, you will contribute to organizational and administrative goals to ensure the smooth daily operation of the supported scientists. Additionally, you will be an important contributor to the department’s mission to deliver large molecule therapeutics into the Research pipeline and further other scientific discoveries.

General responsibilities include:

  • Calendar: Proactively manage dynamic calendar of VP; also provide calendar support as agreed to directors and fellow. Exercise judgment and understanding of priorities when managing business partners (BPs)’ calendars. Collaborate smoothly and quickly with coordinators of key organizational meetings within and outside Research.
  • Travel: Coordinate and schedule travel (U.S. and international), accommodations and other requirements as needed for BPs. Make airline, hotel and transportation arrangements. Prepare travel itineraries.
  • Expense Reports: Reconcile expenses for BPs.
  • Candidates/Visitors/Consultants: Coordinate and arrange for invited guest scientific speakers/consultants and candidates both domestically and internationally, including all scheduling, travel arrangements, expense report processing and honorariums as appropriate. Use appropriate internal systems, particularly compliance with Sunshine Act in the case of visitors who are prescribing physicians.  Support department recruitment by promoting positive candidate experiences with an attention to communication, interview coordination, and logistics.
  • Onboarding/Offboarding: Partner with managers to ensure smooth onboarding and offboarding of staff.
  • Meeting Planning and Off-sites: Help coordinate and schedule departmental on-sites/off-sites, team meetings, and other larger-scale meetings or events; may be asked to attend these meetings to provide onsite support.
  • Contracts/Purchase Orders: Supports key scientific staff  by submitting purchase order and change order requests for work with external collaborators.
  • Research Admin Team: Collaborate with broader Research admin team, attend group meetings and trainings, adopt new administrative systems and processes, partner as appropriate with other admins to provide/receive back-up support.

                                                           

Requirements:                     

  • Minimum 6 years administrative experience in a management/executive environment. BS/BA degree and/or equivalent experience or training preferred.
  • Pharmaceutical industry/Research environment experience a plus.
  • Google and Microsoft Office suites required. Displays eagerness to learn and adopt new technologies relevant to the role.
  • Works independently under general supervision and is self-motivated. Has outstanding organizational skills, including the ability to manage several tasks concurrently. Able to anticipate impact on other areas and to address problems by developing practical, thorough, and creative solutions without necessarily relying on supervisory review.  
  • Ability to work effectively as a team player with a diverse group of people including senior staff and administrative colleagues.
  • Must have strong follow-up skills and the ability to manage multiple projects or unexpected requests simultaneously and with minimal supervision.
  • Must be able to prioritize, problem-solve, and work independently, practice strong organizational skills, and exercise judgment and discretion regarding sensitive/confidential and proprietary information.
  • Must be able to participate, plan, coordinate and prioritize work within and across departments by providing project leadership, direction, training, and assistance to others. Must be able to understand and troubleshoot from a broad perspective and anticipate the impact of office administration problems and solutions on other areas.
  • Strong skills in oral and written communication, effective use of persuasion and influence by reason.
  • Ability to handle interpersonal interactions at all levels and manage highly sensitive interpersonal information/situations.                                   
  • Ability to be present and respond to requests or assignments during core business hours of 8:30 am – 5:00 pm, 5 days a week.

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7/7/20 Field Reimbursement Manager - Ophthalmology - Western New England, Eastern New England and New York Metro Individual contributor Boston, Massachusetts

Ophthalmology Field Reimbursement Manager (FRM)

Position Overview

From the beginning, Genentech has been a team of highly dedicated, passionate individuals. We are a place where people are united around a single purpose and an ambitious vision. Together, we aspire to deliver ever better health outcomes for patients while lowering overall healthcare costs.

The Field Reimbursement Manager (FRM), Ophthalmology is integral to successfully delivering this vision by minimizing reimbursement barriers for patients and providers to optimize access to Genentech Ophthalmology products (LUCENTIS today, PDS and faricimab upon FDA approval). Within the context of an integrated ecosystem business plan, the FRM is responsible for partnering with internal colleagues to address access restrictions by strategically working with key decision makers to refine policies, empowering team members and customers to resolve access issues, and solving the most complex patient access cases. They also develop ethical and customer-oriented reimbursement strategies and proactively communicate payer criteria/terms and practices, as these relate to reimbursement for the assigned Genentech products in order to prevent potential access challenges.

Within the ecosystem, the FRM works closely with the Director, Healthcare Market, Ophthalmology (Ophtha HD), Therapeutic Area Manager (TAM), other FRMs in the respective ecosystems, and Access Solutions internal teams to ensure drug accessibility. The Ophtha FRM will represent LUCENTIS today, PDS and faricimab upon FDA approval.

Key Accountabilities

1. Work with internal partners to build strategic patient access and reimbursement account

plans and review squad and ecosystem business plans and objectives

2. As subject matter expert on the payer landscape relevant to assigned Genentech

therapeutic area/products, educate customers and partners on national, regional and local coverage policies and processes

3. Is a conduit between the Field and Home Office Genentech functions for all public and

private payer policies and practices that impact patient access to Genentech products

4. Urgently anticipate, navigate and address individual account and patient access (may

include patient identifiers) issues that occur by partnering with internal and external stakeholders including Access Solutions teams

5. Proactively communicate and explain Genentech-specific reimbursement programs, policies, procedures and resources so that HCP office staff is fluent in how to use access programs for Genentech products

6. Maintain compliant relationships with relevant state, local, institutional, or other societies

7. Keep abreast of customer and healthcare industry trends. Sees patterns or connections between situations; can envision and articulate possibilities and likelihoods. Initiates development actions to constantly adapt and grow capabilities to increase impact

8. Represent the Genentech Ophthalmology products to the highest ethical and professional standards and in accordance with guidelines and PRC approved materials

9. Lead, act and live our Operating Principles in all aspects of work

Qualifications

● Bachelor’s Degree required; MBA or other related graduate degree preferred

● 6 or more years cross-functional industry experience in commercial life sciences (pharma or biotechnology) or related industry

● A minimum of 2 or more years direct experience with managed care and reimbursement is required, either directly within/from the pharmaceutical/biotech industry or relevant, large-scale practice management

● Must demonstrate excellent working knowledge of reimbursement and the practice management environment

● Demonstrated ability of applying reimbursement knowledge to address/resolve patient access barriers

● Previous experience with both private & public payers is strongly preferred. Buy and Bill, as well as specialty pharmacy experience preferred.

● Previous experience in other functions in the pharmaceutical/biotech industry is preferred, e.g. product marketing, managed care marketing, field sales/sales management, field account management, etc.

● Proven track record for consistently meeting or exceeding goals and objectives

● Previous experience in completing & implementing attainable business plans

● Understanding of external laws, codes and company policies that apply to the healthcare industry.

E5A Level Distinctions

● Advanced understanding of the reimbursement systems/framework and the practice management environment to address/resolve patient access barriers

● Exhibits mastery of local market payer / PBM / distribution dynamics

● Fluent with challenges posed to both Specialty Pharmacy and “Buy & Bill” products

● Responsible for multiple products (i.e., LUCENTIS and upon FDA approval, PDS and faricimab)

● Serves as primary consultant to senior management and internal/external spokesperson for the organization on significant matters pertaining to policies, programs, practices and objectives

● Ophthalmology expert and liaison in coordinating payer conversations around launch activities with respective Ecosystem HD payer account leads

● 8 or more years cross-functional industry experience in commercial life sciences (pharma or biotechnology) or related industry

● 5 or more years direct experience with managed care and reimbursement is required, either directly within/from the pharmaceutical/biotech industry or relevant, large-scale practice management

● Plays a leadership role representing reimbursement in the ecosystem and coach/mentor role to other FRMs; leader in FRM community of practice

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 team. I am inclusive. I build a culture of trust. I grow my capabilities to increase my impact. I have a bias for action. I am accountable. I use time and resources to create the most impact. I act with integrity.

Complies with all laws, regulations, policies and procedures that govern the conduct of Genentech activities.

It is highly preferred that the candidate lives within the ecosystem.

This is a field-based position and overnight travel may be required. This position requires significant driving of either a company provided or personal vehicle as well as prolonged periods of sitting, both of which are part of the essential duties and responsibilities of the role. As a result, Genentech, Inc. (Company) from time to time will check your motor vehicle record for purposes of determining your eligibility for driving a Company vehicle or driving any vehicle on Company business.

Although individual contributors in Ophtha may overlap a few ecosystems, this position will mostly work in the Eastern New England and parts of Western New England.

7/6/20 Intern - Product Development - Global Clinical Operations, Business Insights and Analytics Entry Level South San Francisco, California

Duration: 

1 Year

Target Start Date: 8/3/2020

Target End Date 8/6/2021

Overview: 

Clinical Operations in Product Development is responsible for the effective planning and implementation of clinical studies on a global level. Teams managing the clinical programs are located in 5 headquarter sites across North America, Europe, and Asia. The clinical operations teams plan and deliver high quality clinical programs evaluating the safety and efficacy of our molecules for numerous diseases including oncology, immunology, ophthalmology, respiratory, and psychiatric diseases. These programs meet

scientific, medical, regulatory and patient demands for new and innovative medicines globally. The results of these studies form the basis of regulatory and commercial approval of medicines.



The position of Business Insights and Analytics Intern will support data driven decision making across all therapeutic areas within Clinical Development Operations. The position will assess and analyze relevant data sources and identify trends, signals and bottlenecks in therapeutic area segments, countries and sites. The basic mission of the position is to identify areas of improvement, elucidate the root cause, and propose improvement plans all by using available data and multivariable analyses.

Responsibilities

  • Collection, analysis, and dissemination of data required for data driven decision making
  • Develop predictive and forecasting models to inform operational strategy
  • Develop tools for automating data processing, cleansing, and manipulation
  • Deliver analytical business solutions to the clinical operations organization
  • Evaluate and utilize most appropriate analytical methodology and visualization platforms
  • Partner with IT groups to plan, design, and implement technological solutions
  • Obtain and validate information from appropriate data sources for internal, competitive, and market dynamics analyses.
  • Communicate findings by compiling relevant information, synthesizing key actionable insights, and delivering impactful formal and informal presentations to therapeutic area leadership, clinical country operations leadership and other PD/PDG stakeholders.
  • Actively contribute to clinical operations strategic planning efforts by providing unbiased, objective, in-depth analysis and insights on current and future trends in relevant countries and therapeutic areas.
  • Partner with patient recruitment and competitive intelligence teams to assess relevant competitor actions and develop an understanding of underlying impact of competitor’s strategy on Roche’s clinical operations portfolio.
  • Monitor and report landscape of industry standards for clinical operations to support clinical operations business needs
  • Understand the mechanics of the forecast, resource, financial, and predictive models.
  • Possess knowledge of clinical development organizations, relevant analytics concepts and methods and clinical informatics systems.

Qualifications

  • Hands-on experience in statistical analysis, predictive modeling, simulation, forecasting, or data mining/machine learning using R or Python is a major plus
  • Knowledge of database querying and data analysis using SQL is a plus
  • Familiarity with business intelligence tools (Spotfire, Tableau)
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Excel and Powerpoint is a must.
  • Experience building databases is a major plus
  • Passionate about business and scientific intelligence
  • Effective communication, organizational and time management skills.

7/6/20 Biomarker Testing Account Executive Individual contributor Detroit, Michigan

 Biomarker Testing Specialist, Biomarker Testing Team 

Position Overview: 

From the beginning, Genentech has been a team of highly dedicated, passionate individuals. We are a place where people are united around a single purpose and an ambitious vision. Together, we aspire to deliver ever better health outcomes for patients while lowering overall healthcare costs. 

The Biomarker Testing Specialist (BTS) focuses on the front-end of the patient journey to help ensure that each patient receives a timely and accurate diagnosis to support optimal outcomes. The primary responsibility of the BTS is to engage and influence a wide-variety of institutional, multi-disciplinary teams (e.g., pathologist, interventional radiologist, tumor boards, surgeons, oncologist, other physicians, lab staff, nurses, patient navigators and the C-Suite) as well as national and local business customers (e.g., societies, reference laboratories, payers, lab benefit managers, and group purchasing organizations) on a variety of topics related to the patient diagnosis process. The BTSs focus their efforts on national testing guidelines, new technologies such as next generation sequencing, companion diagnostic tests, tissue stewardship, and reimbursement that can impact the delivery of an accurate, timely diagnosis. Success at their work will require the BTS to create and drive a prioritized plan for their assigned portfolio of accounts that aligns with their regional and national team strategies. 

The BTSs are aligned to an ecosystem(s) as they will be collaborating with HDs, TAMs, and FRMs to co-create solutions and tactics to support optimal patient outcomes with their mutual customers at the local level. The BTS may also be assigned national business customers where they will be collaborating with Sr National Account Executives on their accounts to influence changes that support the optimal patient care. 

There are two levels of Biomarker Testing Specialists. The difference is based on the account assignments that vary in scope, complexity and business impact as well as differences in expertise required to execute responsibilities. 

Key Accountabilities: 

1. Educate customers on the biomarker testing landscape and processes as well as other specific needs of pathologists, multi-disciplinary teams, and other key healthcare stakeholders involved in diagnosing disease. 

2. Accountable for creating a territory plan with input from ecosystem colleagues, BTT stakeholders, and others to inform execution. 

3. Accountable for influencing testing changes that align to national published guidelines in therapeutic areas aligned with Genentech’s business. 

4. Accountable for seamlessly collaborating with ecosystem and national partners on shared accounts and market trends. 

5. Operate with an account management mindset to engage, influence and partner with senior, C level decision-makers, Lab Directors, Pharmacists, and other stakeholders who impact institutional testing decisions. 

6. Engage with Portfolio Marketing and Training & Development to inform key strategies, tactics, and training to empower BTSs to better engage with customers and achieve results. 

7. Keep abreast of customer and healthcare industry trends. Sees patterns or connections between situations; can envision and articulate possibilities and likelihoods. Takes a proactive approach to professional development to constantly adapt and grow capabilities to increase impact. 

8. Represent Genentech to the highest ethical and professional standards and in accordance with guidelines and PRC approved materials. 

9. Lead, act and live our Operating Principles in all aspects of work. 

Qualifications and Experience: 

  • • Bachelors degree required 
  • MBA, Pharm D or other related graduate-level degree is preferred 
  • 10 or more years related work experience strongly preferred with demonstrable evidence of successfully partnering with customers and achieving shared goals and outcomes 
  • Proven track record of consistently meeting or exceeding financial and/or other quantitative targets and qualitative goals 
  • Ability to lead complex cross-functional teams and operate under ambiguity without a set playbook, including aligning teams 
  • Strong communication skills with ability to lead, influence, and work in a matrixed environment regardless of reporting structure 

CMG Operating Principles: 

I put the patient first, always. 

I am obsessed with meeting customer needs. 

I act on behalf of the whole company, not just my team. 

I am inclusive. 

I build a culture of trust. 

I have a growth mindset. 

I act with urgency. 

I am accountable. 

I radically simplify and prioritize for impact. 

I follow the science. 

I build our reputation. 

Complies with all laws, regulations, policies and procedures that govern the conduct of GNE activities. 

This is a field-based position and overnight travel may be required. This position requires significant driving of either a company provided or personal vehicle as well as prolonged periods of sitting, both of which are part of the essential duties and responsibilities of the role. As a result, Genentech, Inc. (Company) from time to time will check your motor vehicle record for purposes of determining your eligibility for driving a Company vehicle or driving any vehicle on Company business. Roche is an equal opportunity employer. 

7/6/20 Associate Director, Environment, Health & Safety (supporting R&D) Manager with direct reports South San Francisco, California

Main Purpose of the Position:   

The Associate Director of Environment, Health and Safety (EHS) will serve as the primary Business Partner for Genentech’s research & development organization (gRED).  They will be the single voice/decision maker for EHS to the executives and executive leadership teams for the SSF site and GNE network of places for gRED.  

This critical position reports directly to the EHS Director and serves as a member of the EHS Leadership team.  This position will have reporting directly to it both program managers who own development and delivery of core regulatory programs, and entry level EHS specialists who will perform more basic delivery of programs and interact deeper within the organizations of the respective business areas.  It is anticipated there will be employees reporting to this AD directly and there will be some matrix management where program managers and external service providers from other business areas provide service.

Genentech’s EHS function plays an essential role in protecting Genentech’s right to operate and serving as a steward for the GNE culture embracing prevention and problem solving to reduce risks and protect our people, environment and pipeline.  This position will develop the strategy for and oversee their team’s implementation of programs which assure OSHA and EPA regulatory compliance.  At Genentech, compliance is a shared responsibility with the business.

As such, this leadership position will be accountable for partnering with their respective VP/EVP clients and their senior leaders to develop strategic goals to ensure compliance, build a safety culture and mitigate and manage risk.  This work will include proactively identifying EHS related risk, opportunities, trends and assessment of performance.  This EHS BP leader will also be accountable for recommending sustainable solutions and deploying the resources to address complex challenges while supporting the client’s business objectives.

In representing EHS, this individual must bring expertise across most EHS disciplines and possess the seasoned judgment to guide decisions with significant financial impact given potential implications to Genentech’s right to operate.

The BP leader may also be asked to serve as a subject matter expert and resource in support of Roche Corporate Safety, Health and Environment (SHE).  In addition, this BP leader position will need to build strong relationships with internal Roche functions and external regulatory agencies, including those who do audits of Genentech’s business.

Job Duties/Responsibilities:

  • Be a strong voice on the EHS leadership team in developing high impact EHS strategies, objectives and programs that meet client business needs and ensure compliance across Genentech.  
  • Drive necessary changes to ensure the client experience is simple and delivers high value to the business--and support the EHS Director and EHS LT peers in ensuring the EHS operating model is effective.
  • Build strong relationships with Genentech senior leaders within the business area(s) they are responsible. Design and ensure through their direct BP/Program Manager team and other EHS internal resources and external service providers delivery of strategies, objectives and programs to meet unique client business needs related to EHS compliance, risk mitigation/management and safety culture.  
  • Be a visible and dynamic champion of EHS.  Play a pivotal role in building the influence and impact of EHS as a strategic partner to the business in their risk decisions. Provide technical and regulatory expertise to senior leaders to ensure that the site complies with applicable laws, conforms to company standards, and utilizes best industry practices to manage safety risks to people, property, and the environment.
  • Build alignment and capability within EHS by developing a team of program managers and business partners who deliver functional expertise and practical solutions to clients--and while focused on their business area(s), serves all Genentech business areas where needed.  Ensure the team has the capabilities in people, processes and technologies to meet emerging and current client business needs.  Serve as mentor and coach for their team and the EHS organization as they interface with clients on programs and projects they own and development plans that enable people to grow and succeed.
  • Ensure EHS functional performance through their teams and other dedicated resources in the broader EHS organization.  This includes for their business area(s): regulatory compliance, conformance to Roche Directives and standards, and reducing risk through physical safety, occupational hygiene, environmental safety, sustainability, and health services and ergonomics practices and standards.  This also includes readiness for Roche SHE audits to manage the closure of Corrective and Preventive Actions (CAPAs).
  • Lead the transformation of providing timely, accurate and relevant EHS data to enable business decisions within their business area(s). Ensure delivery to KPIs/metrics and cost efficiencies with Service Providers.
  • Leverage and champion relevant best practices and maintain connectivity and build relationships with Roche SHE and with industry thought leaders and other EHS functional leaders in regulated biomedical companies. 
  • May be required to serve as a Safety Officer during disaster/emergency response and recovery efforts. May be required to serve as EHS Advisor (technical expert) for the emergency response team during company-related emergencies.

Competencies Identified for Success:

  • Experience developing/realizing strategies with a focus on EHS services and programs. Balances risk with practical business needs for speed and simplicity.
  • Effective at deeply listening, thinking strategically about trends and customer needs.  Demonstrates strong judgment in decision making and quickly gains trust.  Able to consider the best solution/outcome for Genentech.
  • Highly effective team player and collaborator. Track record of partnering with and engaging others to realize change. Strong comfort working in a matrix environment and leveraging expertise across functions.
  • Skilled at seeing opportunities from challenges.  Track record of being resilient and adaptable in navigating organizational resistance and influencing others to adopt new behaviors and approaches.  Visible and dynamic champion for EHS.
  • Proficient developing business cases/ROIs, managing budgets and operational services.  Brings the business acumen to facilitate investment decisions. Skilled at analyzing financial, quantitative and/or qualitative data and translating into high-impact learnings and recommendations on how to reduce risk and contribute in positive ways to the environment through sustainable practices. 
  • Broad experience managing efficient operations, including ensuring effective business process and metrics-driven alignment to achieve goals. Excellent planning and prioritization skills with the ability to multitask and adapt. 
  • Proven experience successfully coaching, developing, and leading a team of technical SMEs and generalist EHS professionals, including employees, service providers, consultants and contractors.  
  • Strong executive presence and communication skills.  Ability to clearly articulate services and programs in a way that resonate with key stakeholders. Ability to frame and deliver communications at the executive level, including effective use of insights from data to influence and inspire people to care.  

Qualifications: Education, Experience, Knowledge and Skills:

(Minimum requirements)

  • Education:  BS in environmental science, physical science, occupational safety, engineering, life sciences/health or related field; MBA or MS in relevant field preferred.
  • 15+ years business experience in progressively more responsible roles in relevant EHS functional areas, such as physical safety, environmental protection, occupational health, sustainability and compliance assurance. Ideally brings a generalist perspective from multiple experiences in various regulated environments.  Deeply understands OSHA, EPA, DOT, NIOSH, FDA and other regulatory requirements applicable to GMP and non-GMP environments.  Experience in pharmaceutical, biotech, medical device or high tech industries is needed.
  • At least 5 years leading multi-disciplinary teams and directly managing people.  Experience leading employees, contractors and third party service providers is a must.
  • Exceptional leader of people—able to inspire and motivate teams to make a big impact and deliver their best every day.  Track record of having the courage to make changes, while balancing risks and pacing for success. Role model for resilience and adaptability.  
  • Experience managing a significant budget, meeting financial targets, improving business processes and driving cost savings. Demonstrated success consistently meeting performance metrics. 
  • Certification in one or more of the following areas is strongly preferred: Certified Safety Professional, Certified Safety Manager, and/or Project Management Professional.
  • Practical experience with Lean/Six Sigma business process improvement methodology, including a belt certification, is strongly preferred.

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7/6/20 Postdoctoral Research Fellow - Neuroscience, Bingol Lab Individual contributor South San Francisco, California

Seeking an independent and creative researcher for a postdoc position in the Bingol lab to study the molecular mechanisms of organelle quality control and neurodegenerative diseases. The successful candidate will have access to state-of-the-art resources at Genentech in a fast-paced and highly collaborative environment. The expectation is that the postdoc will contribute to our understanding of human disease pathogenesis and high-quality publications in top tier scientific journals.  

The qualified candidates must have a PhD in molecular/cellular or translational neuroscience.  Recent PhD graduates will be given priority. Exceptional productivity needs to be evidenced by high-quality work published/accepted in high-impact journals. The candidate must be able to thrive in a fast-paced, multiple shots-on-goal, and collaborative environment. Experience with practical applications of human stem cells, unbiased omics approaches, CRISPR, and large data sets are desired.

For information about Baris Bingol's lab at Genentech, please go to:

https://www.gene.com/scientists/our-scientists/baris-bingol

For information about the Postdoctoral Program at Genentech, please go to:

https://www.gene.com/careers/university-and-early-career/postdocs

7/6/20 Sr. Data Scientist - Imaging, Personalized Healthcare (PHC) Individual contributor South San Francisco, California

The PHC Data Science Imaging group seeks a talented and motivated Senior Data Scientist to join us in supporting the efforts of the Personalized Healthcare (PHC). To aid in the development of novel imaging biomarkers in PHC and their potential use in clinical drug development, the PHC Imaging Group at Roche is responsible for generating and executing plans to: (1) curate and analyze clinical imaging data from Roche’s late stage (Ph3) clinical trials, and (2) devise plans to gain access to and analyze clinical imaging data from a RWD setting (e.g., health registries, hospital systems, etc.). 

The position requires extensive cross functional collaborations working with a diverse team of clinical subject matter experts, data- and imaging scientists, statisticians, and IT staff.  Your responsibilities will primarily support image analysis efforts within the group, focusing especially on applying Deep Learning and Machine Learning approaches to projects in oncology, neuroscience, and ophthalmology. In addition to developing and applying novel, data-driven approaches to solving RWD image analysis challenges, the position requires the Imaging Data Scientist to work closely with clinical imaging data management group to deploy, maintain and integrate computational solutions. The job will utilize and build on your experience in scientific/medical imaging, data and image management, application of novel statistical and machine learning approaches to `big data’, software development, and scientific data transfers.

 

Responsibilities:

  • Support and contribute to the development of advanced analytics, computer vision, and computational tools to derive novel imaging based biomarkers  

  • Collaborate with internal imaging- and data scientists and external vendors to derive and validate novel imaging biomarkers in support of clinical drug development and RWD evidence (payer support) generation

  • Curate/clean/organize large and messy clinical imaging datasets

  • Identify and support imaging data management solutions within PHC

  • Continually search for opportunities to automate workflows and streamline processes

Required skills:

  • In-depth knowledge and coding experience in Python (polyglot in multiple programming languages a plus). Hands-on skills in Data Science packages, for instance Pandas, Scikit-learn, and/or numpy, a must.

  • Extensive experience with commonly used Deep Learning models (2d/3d CNN, LSTM/GRU, etc), modern DL architectures (Resnet, U-net, etc), and frameworks (Tf, pytorch, keras, etc). Hands-on on other ML algorithms (RF, GBM, etc) a plus. 

  • Familiarity with advances in AI research and related applications in medical imaging, and/or computer vision (eg video).

  • Technical and organizational skills/experience to lead complex, end-to-end ML/DL/AI projects, including typical project stages such as: data engineering, computing/storage resource budgeting, model training, model selection, model evaluation, and communication with other stakeholders.

  • Fluent in using scientific computing environment e.g. unix / linux shell in a HPC cluster on premise or in cloud, to accomplish common development tasks (eg. editing, testing, efficient debugging, etc.)  Hands-on experience with productivity toolchains (eg JIRA, enterprise git.)

  • Understand the practical aspect of the mathematical foundation of ML, in particular optimization (first order method eg gradient descent, second order method eg Newton-Raphson, why in DL first order is dominant). Understand the practical aspect of statistics (population vs sample, different sampling techniques, etc)

  • PhD or MS in relevant quantitative field (CS, EE, Physics, Mathematics, Statistics, etc.), and/or adv. Life Sciences degree with significant computational experience

  • >3yr post-graduate work-experience in fields such as engineering, research, or product development with responsibilities relevant to position.

  • Publications in the areas of Deep-/Machine Learning, and/or Statistics a plus.

  • Solid understanding of medical image data formats (eg DICOM)

  • Excellent communication skills

  • Ability to multitask and prioritize while maintaining efficiency and quality of work

  • Internally motivated with a commitment to accuracy and quality

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