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4/2/20 Director, Materials Management (Vacaville Site) Executive (Director/VP) Vacaville, California

At Roche, we believe every employee makes a difference. We are passionate about transforming patients’ lives. We are courageous in both decision and action, we believe that good business means a better world.

The Director of Materials Management has overall responsibility for creating the Supply Chain short and long-term strategy, developing logistics, and distribution strategy, leading GMP materials planning, Facility Programming, Production Scheduling and implementing business systems capability for the Vacaville Drug Substance manufacturing site. 

The Director of Materials Management will be a member of the Vacaville Site Leadership team and must be well-versed in all supply chain aspects and be a visionary to support the organization’s evolving supply chain needs.

 

Key Responsibilities

 

Leadership: 

  • Develop and communicate organizational strategies, which proactively promotes a positive safety culture and GMP operating principles to achievement of long term goals.

  • Create an environment of strong team spirit, timely and effective communications, sense of urgency, high motivation and inspire teams to achieve goals in the immediate and longer term. 

  • Be an active and visible change agent, promoting flexible and open mindsets to new opportunities.

  • Actively develop employees, create a climate of continuous improvement, high engagement and motivation, flexibility and agility.

  • Build a strong pipeline of talent and robust succession plans for key positions.

  • Manage and administer people processes including selection, hiring, promotion, and compensation and provide training of personnel on company and department policies systems and processes.

  • Build a culture of continuous improvement and model lean leadership principles.

Collaboration:
  • Partner with the Vacaville Leadership Team on strategic business direction and decisions.

  • Build and maintain strong partnerships with the site leadership team and network leaders to promote collaboration and assure alignment around strategic projects and day-to-day activities and to assure mutually successful working relationships.

  • Be a strong network partner through sharing best practices and lessons learned. 

Financial:
  • Develop annual budget, revise forecasts to meet business needs and monitor/control expenditures to assure efficient use of company resources.

Technical:

  • Direct and provide guidance on all materials management matters, to ensure all operations are safe, compliant, reliable and efficient, in order to ensure fulfillment of market demands and objectives set by the company. 

  • Define the strategies needed to reach the site and network goals. Develop and communicate goals and metrics to ensure achievement of goals. 

  • Direct and provide strategic guidance on facility programming and scheduling of all executable production related operations .

  • Leads GMP warehouse (TSA approved) and logistics of raw materials in support of manufacturing operations, ensure SAP Master Data management and analytics. 

  • Responsible for Foreign Trade, Material and Product Warehousing, Distribution & Transportation and Import/Export Logistics.

  • Oversight of local procurement, which might include contract negotiation management and supplier relations for manufacturing materials, site services and capital purchases.

  • Partners and coordinates with other Roche legal entities in the country for procurement activities.

  • Support commercial supply chain planning business process, ensure commercial supply and inventory plans are executable and communicated to the Manufacturing Unit.

  • Leads and oversees monitoring, analysis and reporting of supply and inventory positions for the Manufacturing unit.

  • Partners with global planning and other site leadership team members to assess production plan feasibility and production scenarios

  • Partners with strategic planning to communicate the manufacturing unit's capacity and capability for Long-range plans.

  • Leads Tank management at network level in collaboration with the Biologics Drug Substance, Drug Product and Pharma Technical Development organizations. Build an integrated global Tank Management operation that will meet the demands of the Roche Biologics network

  • Lead and manage the Safety Health and Environment elements of the organization appropriately.

Who You Are:

  • You hold a Bachelor’s degree (supply chain, logistics, science, business, engineering or other relevant discipline preferred); Graduate or higher-level Degree is preferred

  • APICS, CPIM or CIRM certification is preferred

  • 12 or more years work experience in the Pharma/Biopharmaceutical or related industry in the Procurement or Supply Chain function in support of a GMP-compliant manufacturing environment

  • GMP manufacturing production experience is preferred

  • 8-10 years people management experience

  • Expert knowledge of supply chain management industry best practices and academic principles, practices and standards relevant to the pharmaceutical and cGMP environment

  • Expert knowledge of pharmaceutical materials management, logistics, facility programming/scheduling and supply chain systems

  • Experience with facility programming software (i.e. SAP, Werum, etc) is preferred.

  • Proven ability to deliver fit-for-purpose sourcing and supply management strategies aligned with strategic business needs

  • Strategic thinking, ability to prioritize business needs and focus/deliver results on high impact business requirements

  • A demonstrated strong business background which includes strong negotiation expertise, demonstrated sourcing, contract management of key vendors and suppliers

  • Experience in Lean Manufacturing a plus.

  • Strong leadership, collaboration and influencing skills, with demonstrated ability to problem solve and drive positive change

  • Possess strong verbal and written communication skills

  • An innovative individual who is creative and possesses curiosity

  • Someone with a high sense of urgency and a driver for results

  • You're experienced in directing and leading large successful organizations with a focus on developing people & teams.

  

For questions, please check our FAQs and videos on careers.roche.ch/faq or you may contact Carla Alegado at [email protected] who is managing this search.

We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.

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4/2/20 Customer value Lead Bangkok

Directs the development of company marketing programs. Responsible for assessment of existing and potential markets, coordination of technical product development, development of product strategies, definition of promotional activities, and product launch. Activities may include technical sales support; product advertising/promotion; planning, developing, and implementing multiple channel programs; and directing the development of company market requirements for specific product(s) or product line(s). Selects, develops, and evaluates employees to ensure the efficient operation of the function. Survey Tip: Employees whose primary responsibility is direct sales should not be matched to the Radford Global Technology Survey. Companies who are organized by product line or channel should match to Product Marketing Mgmt (2542-2546) or Channel Marketing Mgmt (2512-2516) as appropriate.

4/2/20 Market Analysis and Strategy - Data Analytics Manager / Senior Manager Individual contributor South San Francisco, California

The Individual Contributor in Market Analysis and Strategy (MA&S) is a strategic thought partner to key stakeholders and an integral contributor to Genentech’s commercial planning efforts. 

He/she is responsible for providing strategic customer insights, mainly leveraging their capabilities in Data Analytics: designing and delivering advanced quantitative data analyses leveraging large/complex datasets

  • Forecasting expertise is a plus: creating time-series and/or patient-based forecasts; conducting uncertainty analyses
  • Access knowledge is a plus

While the specific role of requires a primary focus on Data Analytics, all Individual Contributors have the opportunity to blend and extend their expertise on different initiatives to further develop both the breadth and depth of their capabilities.

MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES

 

1. Work with Group Managers and Associate Directors to understand business needs and priorities, as well as immediate scope of work

2. Provide technical/analytical expertise to team through secondary data analytics

3. Apply analytical and statistical methods to answer a variety of business questions using multiple data sources and technical tools

4. Monitor and assess the effectiveness of promotional efforts, projects, and practices and identify opportunities to optimize value of investments

5. Support the identification and development of innovative programs and projects to enhance Genentech’s abilities to accurately target and measure the effectiveness and ROI of its market promotions

6. Increase the sophistication and application of advanced analytics methods (including predictive modeling, machine learning, and scalable prototypes) to guide portfolio-level decisions efficiently and at the speed of business

7. Act as subject matter expert for applicable advanced analytical methodologies, programs and projects

8. Use these insights to help shape payer and/or practice manager strategy or tactics 

9. Collaborate within cross-functional teams to develop solutions, gain alignment and deliver impactful business insights; engage necessary stakeholders to enable better decision-making

10. Openly share perspective and insights to elevate team thinking and drive a balanced, holistic point of view; effectively weigh and communicate trade-off considerations

11. Take an enterprise mindset, linking individual responsibilities with broader organization; focus on outcomes that provide most business value

12. Demonstrate self-accountability

13. Look for opportunities for continuous improvement; engage managers and peer group regularly for coaching, assistance, and advocacy

14. Act as a thought partner and advisor to all relevant teams and stakeholders; look for and establish opportunities for peer mentorship

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

WHO YOU ARE

In Individual Contributors, we are looking for people who are nimble, able to effectively collaborate and lend expertise to multi-functional teams and adapt quickly to competing priorities. We are also looking for people who are committed to continuing to make Genentech a great place to work, by seeking opportunities to develop their own and others’ expertise through ongoing mentorship and coaching.

  • "Self-starter"; strong sense of responsibility with demonstrable comfort in an entrepreneurial environment
  • Able to work effectively in a fluid, cross-functional matrixed environment and stand out as a successful collaborator
  • Strong interpersonal skills and a consultative mindset, with the ability to develop strong partnerships
  • Good problem-solving ability, breaking down complex problems into distinct parts, managing uncertainty, understanding, anticipating interdependencies
  • Able to proactively “connect the dots” by asking thought-provoking questions
  • Objective when presenting insights and guiding decision-making; demonstrate good presentation skills by pairing sound analytics with storytelling
  • Motivated to continuously improve performance; outcomes-focused and driven to achieve objectives
  • Able to lean in and manage through change

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS

 

  • Bachelor’s Degree (Business, Economics, Statistics, Mathematics, or Physical Sciences or related field); MBA or Graduate-level Degree
  • 4+ years of work experience with Bachelors; 3+ year of work experience with Masters; 2+ years of work experience with PhD/JD, preferably within pharmaceutical or biotech industry (commercial or clinical) and/or management consulting
  • Strong knowledge of / experience working with SAS (Base SAS, Macro language, SAS/STAT, regression, T-tests, chi-square, experimental design, CHAID)
  • Strong knowledge of secondary data sources including syndicated sales, promotional & marketing data, longitudinal patient level data; experience with payer data
  • Considerable experience and expertise with statistical modeling, analysis and presentation of results to a non-technical audience
  • Experience working with large complex data and corresponding query/ programming languages such as R, Python or SQL plus experience with other emerging BIG DATA technology such as Hadoop
  • Experience with field force analytics, including customer segmentation, targeting, and promotional response measurements
  • Experience acting as a strategic thought partner to teams; Demonstrated ability to problem solve and think outside the box
  • Proven track record of leadership, time-management, project management, and teamwork
  • Expertise in standard analysis and presentation software (Excel, PowerPoint)
  • Persuasive written and verbal communication skills
  • Strong attention to detail

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4/2/20 Global Clinical Trial Leader SSF Individual contributor South San Francisco, California

Considering local candidates only.

Position Purpose:

The Genentech Research and Early Development (gRED) Global Clinical Trial Leader (CTL) is accountable for the strategic planning and execution of assigned early development global clinical trials (includes First-in-Human, Phase Ib, and other signal-seeking Phase I trials, and evidence of activity, proof-of-concept, dose-ranging, dual New Molecular Entity (NME), and other types of Phase II trials) under the direction of the Sr. Global Clinical Trial Leader (Sr. CTL). The CTL is a member of one or more cross-functional Protocol Execution Teams (PETs). These complex programs focus on the rapid development of NMEs with limited clinical data, and as such, require implementation of novel and highly flexible global operational strategies to support exploratory hypotheses, including biomarkers and diagnostics. The CTL enables the efficient delivery of global clinical studies, under the leadership of the Sr. CTL.

The CTL is a developing leadership role that will increasingly demonstrate the ability to work independently, problem-solve, effectively collaborate, and innovate.

Role & Key Responsibilities:

Key roles and responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Serves as a member of one or more global cross-functional Protocol Execution Team(s) (PETs) through all study stages (start-up, conduct, close-out) to contribute to the accomplishment of studies outlined by the clinical development plan:
  • Participates in developing and finalizing cross-functional activities to ensure delivery of critical clinical trial documents such as informed consent forms (ICFs), protocols, site and country budget templates, EDC, IxRS, central / specialty lab, ECG, imaging, and PRO specifications, drug supply and biomarker / sample management plans, TMF, and CSRs. Liaises with cross-functional team members including the PET members to solicit input.
  • Drafts and implements study plans including; vendor oversight, risk, quality, safety, communication, trial/medical monitoring, TMF.
  • Ensures TMF creation and QC completion.
  • Supports EDC and CTMS systems and data maintenance.
  • Tracks budget, timelines, milestones, and critical study activities, identifies issues and proposes potential resolutions.
  • Partners closely with Clinical Science in designing global clinical trial protocols and provides strategic operational input on protocol feasibility.
  • Provides input to the study budget and manages assigned vendor budget(s); communicates variances in actual versus forecasted spend in vendor budgets and presents an action plan for resolution to Protocol Execution Team Lead (PETL).
  • Participates in selection of vendors (participates in the Request for Proposal (RFP) process), on a global scale, in collaboration with the PETL.
  • Utilizes outputs from operational analytical tools to enhance and improve study execution.
  • Oversees delegated outsourced activities to ensure CRO and vendor delivery against contracted scope of work.
  • Contributes to global study site selection & management:
  • Conducts global protocol, country, and site feasibility assessments.
  • Assists with all activities related to global site selection, contracting, set-up and maintenance.
  • Partners with Site Contracts on development of site budget template and budget negotiations.
  • Contributes to the development and active management of study-specific patient recruitment strategies through participation in enrollment planning workshops.
  • Proactively identifies risks and develops risk mitigation strategies to ensure operational effectiveness.
  • Contributes to the efforts and overall success of the wider gRED Clinical Operations team:
  • Collaborates effectively and participates in the CTL Forum and other departmental meetings.
  • Identifies and synthesizes best practices and process improvements and shares outputs with peers.
  • Serves as subject matter expert for mandatory business initiatives and/or functional initiatives.
  • Coordinates planning and execution of effective investigator meetings. May be accountable for driving agenda and content for investigator meetings.
  • Stays current on relevant therapeutic knowledge and clinical research best practices.
  • Ensures accuracy and timeliness of CTMS, timeline planning tools and other core systems.
  • Ensures study adherence to ICH/GCP and SOPs.

Key Capabilities:

The capabilities required for this role are for a developing leader which means the candidate demonstrates the ability to manage delegated aspects of the study with minimal direction, is self-aware and takes initiative to fix and learn from mistakes, demonstrates good judgment in seeking guidance and exercises professionalism.

  • Experienced in managing aspects of one or more early development phase (I and II), global, complex, clinical studies and generally experienced in clinical research/development.
  • Highly effective verbal (including oral presentations) and written communication skills in English; effectively delivers key messages; aptitude to independently communicate with teams and stakeholders.
  • Demonstrates an aptitude to distill information from multiple sources to create meaningful insights and induces collaboration and innovative thinking study-wide.
  • Demonstrated experience in at least one therapeutic area.
  • Experience with effective vendor management.
  • Demonstrates an aptitude for strategic thinking skills; manages risks (including risk identification and mitigation); identifies critical path / critical dependencies.
  • Strong customer focus with investigators, functional peers, vendors, country affiliates, etc.
  • Excellent planning and organizational skills.
  • Ability to build trusting and collaborative relationships that promote innovation, knowledge-sharing and adaptation to change.
  • Practices the ability to influence and negotiate to achieve team goals.
  • Consistently supports change in an effort to continue to develop gRED’s dynamic organization.
  • Demonstrates creativity and innovation to support projects and initiatives.
  • Strong technical and analytical skills and ability to manage system data maintenance across multiple systems. Aptitude to interpret outputs from analytical tools to enhance and improve study execution.
  • Self-motivated, achievement-driven and exhibits ability to work with minimal guidance.

Education / Qualification:

  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent required (scientific or healthcare discipline preferred).
  • 5+ years of study management experience in clinical and drug development.
  • Working knowledge of GCP/ICH requirements, international regulatory guidelines, and the drug development process.

Other (e.g. Travel):

  • Willingness to travel domestically and internationally, and work across cultures.!
  • Visual acuity and sufficient dexterity to constantly operate a computer and other office productivity machinery (i.e., a calculator, copy machine, and computer printer) in a stationary position.
  • Work on nights or weekends is not typically required, however, interaction on global clinical studies requires flexibility for occasional teleconferences / meetings outside of core working hours.

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4/2/20 Senior/Principal Scientific Researcher, Early Discovery Biochemistry Individual contributor South San Francisco, California

We have an exciting opportunity for a creative, enthusiastic, productive and independent researcher to join the Early Discovery Biochemistry department. This position will involve basic and applied research in a broad multidisciplinary department that investigates biochemical, molecular and cellular mechanisms of protein-protein and protein-ligand interactions and their structure/function relationships. Projects are generally early stage where target validation using a variety of technologies plays an important role. Responsibilities will include careful biochemical and biophysical characterization of proteins – especially proteases or other enzymes, generation and characterization of peptides, antibodies and/or proteins using molecular diversity technologies, effective teamwork and presentation of results in departmental and project team meetings. Specific projects will involve collaborative interactions in a multidisciplinary group and across diverse structural biology and biology areas that target proteins and pathways in oncology, immunology, neurobiology, infectious disease or others.

Who you are

Qualified candidates will have a Ph.D. in biochemistry, molecular/structural biology, chemistry or related disciplines with at least 12+ years of relevant experience. A track record of productivity as evidenced by patents and/or publications in relevant high-quality journals as well as scientific presentations at national and/or international scientific conferences is required. Mentorship of younger scientists and/or departmental and/or organization contributions beyond those in the lab is greatly valued. Successful candidates will be highly motivated to work independently and drive protein engineering projects with significant biological relevance to generate and interpret results using diverse approaches. Proficiency in protein engineering that includes critical thinking and expertise in protein chemistry, structural biology, enzymology, assay development, molecular biology, cell biology and/or phage diversity methods are highly preferred. Strong analytical/quantitative skills are critical and excellent written and oral communication skills are highly desirable.

4/2/20 Clinical Project Manager South San Francisco, California

Leads medical writing and editing projects for the Early and Late Stage Clinical Development organizations, partnering closely with key stakeholders: Clinical Science Leaders (CSLs), Medical Directors, Clinical Scientists, and protocol authoring teams.

Functions/Responsibilities:

  • Oversees the development of protocols, including drafting, editing, coordination of review, adjudication of review comments, and creation of project timelines.
  • Acts as a key strategic thinking partner for the clinical scientist and other team members on protocol development and the above deliverables.
  • Is a key strategic participant in project teams and committees.
  • Acquires and demonstrates a deep understanding of needs for the clinical science organization.

Who you are

  • Eight (8) or more years of medical writing and clinical project management experience, preferably in the biotech/Pharmaceutical industry
  • Masters or PhD degree in the biological sciences or liberal arts preferred or equivalent experience.

Capabilities

  • Superb written and oral communication skills, with a proven ability to communicate effectively with all levels in the organization.
  • Demonstrated experience in clinical and nonclinical document preparation and finalization.
  • Strong project management and team facilitation skills.
  • Demonstrated ability to collaborate and negotiate business solutions in a complex and fast paced matrix environment.
  • Team player with demonstrated strong interpersonal skills and ability to build effective working relationships throughout all levels of the organization.
  • Strong analytical and problem solving skills, paired with strong partnering and performance consulting skills.
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team.
  • Strong planning and organizational skills, including ability to prioritize and organize high volume workflow and follow a project through to completion, ensuring attention to detail, and highest level of accuracy within required timeframe.
  • High degree of customer focused sensitivity towards both internal and external customers and business partners.
  • Position may require approximately 5% international travel.

4/2/20 Associate Clinical Project Manager Individual contributor South San Francisco, California

The Position

Leads medical writing and editing projects for Late Stage Clinical Development organizations, partnering closely with key stakeholders: Clinical Science Leaders (CSLs), Medical Directors, Clinical Scientists, and protocol authoring teams.

Functions/Responsibilities:

·         Oversees the development of protocols, including drafting, editing, coordination of review, adjudication of review comments, and creation of project timelines.

·         Acts as a key strategic thinking partner for the clinical scientist and other team members on protocol development and the above deliverables.

·         Is a key strategic participant in project teams and committees.

·         Acquires and demonstrates a deep understanding of needs for the clinical science organization.

Who you are

·         Two (2) or more years of medical writing and clinical project management experience, preferably in the biotech/Pharmaceutical industry

·         Bachelor's degree in the biological sciences or liberal arts preferred

 Capabilities

·         Superb written and oral communication skills, with a proven ability to communicate effectively with all levels in the organization.

·         Demonstrated experience in clinical and nonclinical document preparation and finalization.

·         Strong project management and team facilitation skills.

·         Demonstrated ability to collaborate and negotiate business solutions in a complex and fast paced matrix environment.

·         Team player with demonstrated strong interpersonal skills and ability to build effective working relationships throughout all levels of the organization.

·         Strong analytical and problem solving skills, paired with strong partnering and performance consulting skills.

·         Ability to work independently and as part of a team.

·         Strong planning and organizational skills, including ability to prioritize and organize high volume workflow and follow a project through to completion, ensuring attention to detail, and highest level of accuracy within required timeframe.

·         High degree of customer focused sensitivity towards both internal and external customers and business partners.

·         Position may require approximately 5% international travel.

4/2/20 Clinical Biomarker Operations Manager Individual contributor South San Francisco, California

Considering local candidates only, as relocation assistance is not available for the position.
Job Description

Main Responsibilities and Accountabilities:

Provides biomarker operational expertise and guidance to global Protocol Execution Teams (PETs)

  • Accountable for executing exploratory and companion diagnostic biomarker strategy, including planning, coordinating, and overseeing all operational activities required to manage the lifecycle of biomarker samples  (collection, processing, analysis, data delivery process and final sample disposition).
  • Authors biomarker portions of key clinical documents including Clinical Study Protocols, Informed Consents and Laboratory Reference Manuals. 
  • Develops and maintains effective working relationships with team members, with particular focus on the BMST, operational team, diagnostic partners (Roche DIA), external CRO and Central Lab (for outsourced teams), and external biomarker vendors, where applicable.  Close collaboration with Biomarker Scientists, CDx Project Leaders and Clinical Trial Leaders.  Core, standing member of multiple teams.
  • Builds and maintains effective and efficient high performing biomarker sample analysis & data delivery.  Supports relevant stakeholders including Clinical Data Management, Biometrics, Biostatistics in their accountabilities, responsibilities and deliverables, including data analysis for go/no go decision making, filing of the clinical study report (CSR).  Manage data delivery timelines in accordance with internal decision making/governance meetings (OBRF, DxRF, DRC, etc).
  • Responsible for the identification, validation and selection of biomarker vendors in collaboration with the Biomarker Scientist and GPPS; ensuring appropriate cross-functional input is incorporated into the scope of work.  Partner with Biomarker Scientist for biomarker assay development at vendors, leading operations of assay development and ensuring assay readiness in accordance with clinical sample testing timelines.
  • Liaise with internal CDx function and external CDx partners to facilitate companion diagnostic development as needed and serve as a member of the CDx Joint Project Team
  • Ensure collection, delivery and analysis of biosamples under the highest standards of quality, ethics, and informed consent at study level

Manages the development and oversight of the biomarker analysis timelines, budget, risk and quality plans

  • Ensures biomarker operational tracking and project management tools are utilized to meet the needs of the operations team
  • Supports the development of the biomarker analysis budget and manages it on a study level. Communicates variances in the budget as appropriate.
  • Establishes biomarker sample analysis and data delivery milestones and ensures accurate tracking and reporting of Biomarker sample metrics. 
  • Provides study level updates to stakeholders, clinical study teams and biomarker teams including sample collection, assay status and analysis updates

Provides clinical biomarker operations expertise to ensure operational feasibility and delivery

  • Responsible for assessing feasibility for biomarker operations plans on clinical studies across related functions
  • Leads the development and finalization of the Biomarker Management Plan (BMP) based on input from scientific and
  • operational stakeholders to execute biomarker operational strategies
  • Reviews and provides recommendations into all study related documentation (including protocol, informed consent form, and amendments) and processes.
  • Participates in Investigator and Pathologist meetings, monitor training, CRO kick-off meetings, as applicable, to deliver presentations and in-depth trainings to internal and external stakeholders on biomarker and companion diagnostic sample collection and handling procedures
  • Contributes to HA exchanges specifically by providing responses to biomarker sample related questions or issues from Health Authorities or Ethics Committees.
  • Co-develops protocol feasibility questionnaires to ensure sites can meet sample-handling needs for the study
  • Provides input into the development of PET goals.

Delivers the operational elements of the biomarker management plan

  • Proactively manages biomarker sample analysis and data delivery timelines and communicates any variances to the PET, BMST and CST and implements contingencies in consultation with key stakeholders.
  • Primary contact for internal and external stakeholders to maintain oversight of biomarker vendor performance, issues, their resolution and coordinates any corrective action in collaboration with GPPS.
  • Coordinates data requirements with reference labs and internal data management groups to ensure all aspects of data collection are executed with high quality, including data formatting and transfer specifications and eCRF page design.  Actively partners with Data Acquisition Specialists and Data Management to oversee and coordinate biomarker data format and delivery timelines
  • Serves as the single point of contact for status of clinical trial samples and biomarker data

Provides the day-to-day operational management of biomarker vendors to ensure delivery against contracted scope of work

  • Partners with internal/external stakeholders in the central lab set up, providing sample collection and processing instructions, kit contents, shipping conditions and logistics for biomarker samples
  • Performs ongoing biomarker vendor management including development and oversight of scope of work, budgets (invoice review & reconciliation) and performance management
  • Serves as primary point of contact for laboratories performing biomarker analysis and hence supports the biomarker outsourcing process through effective vendor management

Identifies areas of best practice and process improvements

  • Participates in cross-functional initiatives and programs as assigned.
  • May lead or be a representative on functional groups goals, initiatives and work-streams

Ensures study adherence to ICH/GCP and SOPs

Qualifications:

  • Life sciences degree (Bachelor or Masters) in Scientific, Medical or Healthcare subject area required. Further qualification, e.g. PhD and/or project management certification is desirable.
  • 3+ years related professional experience in a clinical research setting, clinical/diagnostic laboratory, or pharmaceutical/biotechnology R&D environment

Skills & Knowledge:

Experience

  • Extensive clinical development experience with evidence of working in teams running clinical studies
  • Pharmaceutical industry experience or experience working as a clinical trial coordinator within a clinical trial setting is a plus
  • Clinical or biological laboratory experience with evidence of involvement in the processing and/or analysis of biological samples
  • Project management skills
  • Critical reasoning skills including the identification and resolution of complex problems
  • Detail oriented with the ability to work independently and manage multiple competing priorities
  • Planning, organizational and time management skills
  • Highly flexible in a fast pace global matrix environment
  • Professional interpersonal skills, excellent oral/written communication and influencing skills
  • Proven leadership skills, ability to successfully achieve results within a multi-cultural and geographically diverse team
  • Creates team culture and promotes team spirit.
  • Global Vendor Management experience preferred
  • Good knowledge of ICH GCP

Competencies

  • Technical and Business Expertise
  • Teamwork and Collaboration
  • Communication
  • Achieving Results

Other:

  • Mobile: Some travel may be required

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4/2/20 Project Manager II, Biomarker Operations South San Francisco, California

Job Description
Considering local candidates only, as relocation assistance is not available for the position.

Position Purpose:

• Works with members of Oncology Biomarker Development Group to implement sample procurement requests, including vendor feasibility assessment, contract set-up and execution, and sample receipt in accordance with timelines and quality expectations.

• Provides sample management support and oversees all operational aspects of biosample testing related to academic or institutional collaborations across all stages (start-up, conduct and close-out).

• May provide biomarker operational guidance to one or more cross-functional global Protocol Execution Teams (PETs), to implement scientifically driven clinical development biomarker plans.

Main Responsibilities and Accountabilities:

• Executes sample procurement requests

• Responsible for liasing with OBD scientists to assess sample selection and vendor feasibility for non-clinical exploratory work.

• Set-up of contracts to support procurement of samples.

• Manages and communicates variances in the budget as appropriate.



• Provides sample management support for academic and institutional collaborations

• Provides support for Scientists for non-clinical trial projects involving human specimens. Includes technology evaluations, companion diagnostics development, assay validation, disease biology understanding.

• Partners with internal colleagues and stakeholders such as BMSTLs, Legal, Contracts, and Procurement Specialists for the identification, validation and selection of biomarker vendors for development of comprehensive scopes of work and timely execution of contracts.

• Actively manages multiple projects from initial request through to completion by overseeing contracts for specimen receipt, outsourced testing, high quality data and final sample disposition.

• Manages relationships with external business partners, commercial laboratories/vendors, as well as academic collaborators, and maintains working knowledge of current GCP, biobanking, and sample management policies and best practices.



May provide biomarker operational expertise and guidance to global Protocol Execution Teams (PETs)

• Accountable for executing exploratory and companion diagnostic biomarker strategy, including planning, coordinating, and overseeing all operational activities required to manage the lifecycle of biomarker samples (collection, processing, analysis, data delivery process and final sample disposition).

• May author biomarker portions of key clinical documents including Clinical Study Protocols, Informed Consents and Laboratory Reference Manuals.

• Develops and maintains effective working relationships with team members, including the BMST, clinical study operational teams, diagnostic partners (Roche DIA), external CRO and Central Lab (for outsourced teams), and external biomarker vendors, where applicable.

• Single point of contact on Biomarker Sub Team (BMST), Companion Diagnostic Joint Project team (CDx JPT), Clinical Sub Team (CST), PET and with CRO partners on all aspects of biomarker operations.

• Implements and maintains efficient, high-quality biomarker sample testing & data delivery. Supports relevant stakeholders including Clinical Data Management, Biometrics, Biostatistics in their accountabilities, responsibilities and deliverables, including data analysis for go/no go decision making, filing of the clinical study report (CSR). Manage data delivery timelines in accordance with internal decision making/governance meetings (OBRF, DxRF, DRC, etc).

• Responsible for the identification, validation and selection of biomarker vendors in collaboration with the Biomarker Scientist and GPPS; ensuring appropriate cross-functional input is incorporated into the scope of work. Partner with Biomarker Scientist for biomarker assay development at vendors, leading operations of

assay development and ensuring assay readiness in accordance with clinical sample testing timelines.

• May liaise with internal CDx function and external CDx partners to facilitate companion diagnostic development as needed and serve as a member of the CDx Joint Project Team.

• Ensure collection, delivery and analysis of biomarker samples under the highest standards of quality standards, ethics, and informed consent at study level.

• Supports the development of the Biomarker Management Plan (BMP) based on input from scientific and operational stakeholders.

• May review and provide recommendations into all study related documentation (including protocol, informed consent form, and amendments) and processes.

• May contribute to HA exchanges specifically by providing responses to biomarker sample related questions or issues from Health Authorities or Ethics Committees.

• Provides input into the development of PET goals.



• Supports the development and oversight of the biomarker analysis timelines, budget, risk and quality plans

• Ensures biomarker operational tracking and project management tools are utilized to meet the needs of the operations team. This includes administrative oversight of the OBD outsourcing tool, the FORM.

• Provide input for the development of the biomarker analysis budget on a study level. Communicates variances in the budget as appropriate.

• Establishes biomarker sample analysis and data delivery milestones and ensures accurate tracking and reporting of Biomarker sample metrics.

• Provides study level updates to stakeholders, clinical study teams and biomarker teams including sample collection, assay status and analysis updates.

Technical Requirements:

Qualifications

• Life sciences degree (Bachelor or Masters) in Scientific, Medical or Healthcare subject area required. Further qualification, e.g. PhD and/or project management certification is desirable.

• 8+ years related professional experience in a clinical research setting, clinical/diagnostic laboratory, or pharmaceutical/biotechnology R&D environment

Skills & Knowledge:

Experience

Clinical development experience with evidence of working in teams running clinical studies is desired.

• Pharmaceutical industry experience or experience working as a clinical trial coordinator within a clinical trial setting is a plus.

• Clinical or biological laboratory experience with evidence of involvement in the processing and/or analysis of biological samples.

• Project management skills required.

• Critical reasoning skills including the identification and resolution of complex problems.

• Detail oriented with the ability to work independently and manage multiple competing priorities.

• Planning, organizational and time management skills.

• Highly flexible in a fast pace global matrix environment.

• Professional interpersonal skills, excellent oral/written communication and influencing skills.

• Creates team culture and promotes team spirit.

• Global Vendor Management experience preferred.

• Good knowledge of ICH GCP preferred.



Competencies

• Technical and Business Expertise

• Teamwork and Collaboration

• Communication

• Achieving Results

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4/2/20 Manufacturing Supervisor, BioProcess (Day Shift) Oceanside, California

Job Responsibilities

Essential

  • Schedule and supervise daily and weekly operations of a designated manufacturing group spending approximately 95% of time on the floor for front-line technical and compliance support.

  • Identifies and resolves potential cGMP issues and ensures compliance. 

  • Works with management on continuous operational improvement projects and oversees the progress within their area of responsibility. 

  • Provide reports to management summarizing goal unit attainment and evaluating production efficiencies such as metrics for shift performance, area through put, and personnel development. 

  • Distribute daily work assignments to leads and manufacturing technicians.

  • Responsible coaching and training staff members in addition to identifying staff development needs in areas such as cGMP training, technical skills, safety, performance management, and best practices.

  • Recommend and evaluating production efficiencies and organizes the information to present to management for future projects.

  • Ensure maintenance of a safe manufacturing work environment that complies with company and state regulations. Ensure that all employees are trained in safety practices for their assigned job tasks.

  • Ensure that all operations are performed with 100% compliance to SOPs and cGMP standards.

  • All employees with jobs that require access to the Warehouse must be able to pass the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) Security Threat Assessment (STA).

  • Promotes a safety culture that support continuous improvement in the EHS management system through active communication and functional area participation in site safety teams ensuring the safe and efficient operation of assigned functional areas and activities.  Fosters a positive safety culture in which no one gets hurt.







 

Supplementary Responsibilities

  • Responsible for inoculums preparation, large scale bioreactor operation, centrifugation, large scale protein purification, solution preparation, CIP/SIP unit operations, troubleshooting and related production support operations. 

Job Requirements

Education and Experience

  • Bachelor’s degree (Life Science is preferred) with 5+ years industry experience and 2 years direct leadership experience, or Associate degree with 9+ years industry experience and 2 years direct leadership experience, or High School with 12+ years industry experience and 2 years direct leadership experience. 

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

  • Experience with validation of biopharmaceutical manufacturing facilities. 

  • Familiarity with ICH and European guidelines.

  • Possess thorough knowledge and understanding of cGMPs and familiarity with FDA guidelines.

Work Environment/Physical Demands/Safety Considerations

  • Schedule could include a non-rotating 12 hour shift, one weekend day, evening or night hours, or full off-shift hours. 

  • Expected to be on feet for 8 to 10 hours a day.

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

  • Lifting up to 25lbs may be required. 

  • Environment requires that gowning in the form of hospital scrubs, bunny suits, gloves and steel toe boots be worn.  Also, no make up or jewelry can be worn when working in the clean room environment.

  • May work with hazardous materials and chemicals.

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4/2/20 Senior Counsel/Senior Counsel Specialist AGC - Corporate and Transactional Law Group Individual contributor South San Francisco, California

We are a team of highly collaborative and collegial transactional attorneys, seeking a strategic, experienced transactional attorney with a passion for and expertise in structuring, drafting and negotiating complex licensing and strategic transactions.

To be successful in this role, you must have the ability to anticipate and assess legal and business risks associated with complex transactions and also possess a strong aptitude for learning new science and technologies.  You should be able to clearly and concisely communicate well-reasoned recommendations to senior executives and business stakeholders. In addition, you should be comfortable with calibrating and advising on acceptable levels of risk commensurate with broader business objectives.  Finally, you will be expected to develop and recommend innovative solutions to complex legal and business issues.

You must be able to work closely and independently with stakeholders in research, development, manufacturing, regulatory, finance, tax and commercial teams.  You should feel comfortable leading cross-functional teams and managing competing objectives and demands from a variety of stakeholders.  Finally, you should possess strong leadership, communication and interpersonal skills.

Responsibilities:

  • Structuring, drafting and negotiating in-licensing and out-licensing of patents and know-how, mergers and acquisitions and other strategic transactions, including research collaborations focused on a particular target, drug candidate, technology platform or other drug discovery modality. 
  • Partnering with cross-functional representatives of various departments on transactions, in particular working closely with patent attorneys and agents on diligence, FTO and upstream licensing considerations.
  • Advising on complex business and legal issues in support of collaborations with outside partners; working closely with Alliance Management to support the business objectives of a collaboration, interpret contractual provisions and negotiate and support termination and wind-down of a collaboration.
  • Developing and maintaining strong working knowledge of licensing provisions, drug discovery and development, and manufacturing (large and small molecules).
  • Contributing to cross-functional or departmental projects and teams.
  • Mentoring and supervising contract professionals, including providing training and development of templates and fallback provisions.
  • Managing outside counsel in complex transactional matters.

QUALIFICATIONS & EXPERIENCE:

  • JD with appropriate state license OR registered in-house counsel for relevant state
  • 7 or more years of relevant practice experience in the practice of licensing, research/development/commercialization collaborations, and/or other complex transactional practice, with at least 2 years of experience in a law firm;
  • Demonstrated experience in resolving challenging legal issues and ability to deliver sound, clear, practical legal advice in a business setting;
  • Good judgment and excellent writing, communication, and interpersonal skills;
  • Outstanding communication skills, both verbal and written;
  • Superior client relations skills;
  • Ability to multi-task with ease;
  • Ability to work both in a team and independently;

Preferred Requirements include:

  • Biology/chemistry undergraduate/graduate degree;
  • 3+ years of experience in
    • licensing in the pharmaceutical, biotechnology or other life science industry; and/or
    • drafting and negotiating research/development/commercialization collaboration agreements in the pharmaceutical, biotechnology or other life science industry; and/or
    • mergers and acquisitions in the pharmaceutical, biotechnology or other life science industry; and
  • 2+ years in-house experience in the pharmaceutical, biotechnology or other life science industry

Critical Competencies:

Strategic Transactional Law Expert: In a high impact environment, you will distinguish yourself as a strategic transactional law expert and inspire the confidence of your colleagues by:

  • Providing strategic, well-reasoned and insightful counsel on complex legal and business issues with a focus on providing constructive solutions.
  • Resolving challenging legal issues and delivering sound, clear, practical advice in a business setting.
  • Staying abreast of evolving industry developments and related legislation, regulations and applicable case law developments or government enforcement activities.
  • Facilitating the exchange of best practices and learnings with colleagues in the Legal Department and key business stakeholders.

Adaptive & Results-Oriented Performer: In an innovative and constantly-changing environment, you will provide strong legal and business advice to key stakeholders by:

  • Exhibiting excellent judgment and negotiation skills.
  • Prioritizing and managing an active portfolio of work.
  • Multitasking with ease.
  • Working effectively both in a team and independently; at times, you may be required to manage outside counsel or manage a project as the team lead.

Influential Communicator & Relationship Builder: In a global and complex company, you will be required to hone and/or develop strong soft skills by:

  • Partnering closely with key stakeholders and building strong working relationships.
  • Demonstrating outstanding communication skills, both verbal and written; able to simplify the complex and adapt to varying audiences.
  • Interacting with Legal and business leadership on a wide variety of topics and issues, with the presumption that views will be well-formed, pragmatic and communicated in a cogent and professional manner.

Our Roche Values: Integrity, Courage, and Passion are core to how we want to behave, as individuals and collectively as an organization.

Travel: Some domestic and international business travel required.

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4/2/20 Senior /Principal Talent Partner - Cross Functional Support Individual contributor South San Francisco, California

As a Senior/Principal Talent Partner, you will partner with hiring managers and senior management in the full lifecycle recruitment of talent to Genentech - individually managing a portfolio of requisitions and focusing on meeting and exceeding hiring manager's expectations and ensuring a positive candidate experience.

 

In this position, you will work as a Floater Talent Partner covering sabbaticals, leave of absences and supporting requisitions across all functional groups as needed.  As a senior team member within the Talent Acquisition group, you will foster a team environment and demonstrate collaborative leadership. You will partner with TA colleagues, Human Resource Business Partners, clients and Talent Acquisition Management to develop and implement staffing plans and strategies for your client groups while ensuring that elements of diversity and organizational fit are included in the recruiting and hiring process.  

 

Responsibilities:

  • Drive the hiring process and strategies within assigned requisitions and organization, including developing complex recruiting strategies
  • Managing expectations of hiring managers and candidates, identifying and resolving issues
  • Coach managers in providing feedback to candidates, developing offers, determining competencies, coordinating and training interview team
  • Perform executive recruiting, including identifying appropriate Contingency or Retained Search firms, maintaining relationships and partnering to ensure that candidates are interviewed expeditiously
  • Conduct interviews using in depth behavioral and skills assessment techniques
  • Contribute to the development of staffing process improvements.
  • Ensures recruiting solutions are consistent with Corporate Talent Acquisition objectives
  • Act as point person for clients in providing staffing reports and metrics as needed
  • Utilize, update and maintain applicant tracking system and CRM
  • Be in charge of educating hiring managers, business leaders, and candidates of the relocation/immigration process
  • Manage and oversee relocation/recruiting budget for individual client group at the officer level
  • Partner with Client Group on internal talent management, including succession planning, talent review and internal candidate movement as needed
  • Proactively manage escalation process related to all requisition activity (internal vs. external challenges)
  • Attend job fairs, conferences and networking events
  • Responsibility for Conference/Event management related to external recruiting, partner with Corp Talent Acquisition in strategic direction of event, and determine ROI for event participation

Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree or higher education (Masters, MBA, Ph.D)
  • 6+ years recruiting experience in a corporate environment, Biotech/Pharmaceutical setting a plus
  • Demonstrated full life cycle recruiting experience across multiple functions (Scientific, Corporate, Commercial etc)
  • Ability to learn quickly and adjust to support different functional groups and requisitions
  • Thorough knowledge of corporate business operations and the ability to translate business needs into recruitment strategies and actions
  • Strong technical expertise in where to source appropriate candidates for client groups
  • Thorough understanding of compensation guidelines and structures
  • Ability to track and implement metrics to track recruitment success
  • Demonstrated expertise in utilizing progressive sourcing options such as direct sourcing, web 2.0 recruitment tools, networking, diversity recruiting etc.
  • Strong assessment skills to evaluate candidate’s business and or technical background
  • Knowledge of behavioral interviewing techniques.
  • Excellent customer service skills and a consultative approach when dealing with internal and external clients
  • Strong communication and demonstrated relationship management skills
  • Demonstrated ability to coach, manage and develop
  • Strong teamwork and collaboration skills are a must, as well as taking on additional responsibilities as needed
  • Experience with ATS systems, (Workday) is a plus

This position is not eligible for relocation

4/2/20 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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4/2/20 Senior Editor, Internal Publishing - Corporate Relations Individual contributor South San Francisco, California

The Position

The Senior Editor, Internal Publishing, is a key position on the Internal Communications team responsible for engaging employees by delivering original, inspiring content through our publishing channels, and driving continuous improvement in content delivery to meet the needs of our employees and our business. 

This role, which reports to the Director of Internal Communications within the Corporate Relations function, leads a skilled contract team of writing and editing professionals focused on telling the unique, educational, inspiring and fun stories of the science, patients and people of Genentech, and our impact on society. Leveraging internal expertise and external best practices, this role will deliver innovation in support of the internal communications strategy and have budget responsibility.

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:

  • Develop and implement editorial strategy for all publishing and storytelling on our corporate intranet that supports our unique culture, aligns with our brand and engages, inspires, informs and promotes dialogue among our more than 14,000 employees 

  • Manage the internal publishing editorial calendar and ensure appropriate cadence of new content

  • Ensure accuracy, quality and variety of internal published content

  • Shape and evolve internal digital channels in collaboration with the Genentech Digital team to best serve the needs of Internal Communications and our employees; creatively experiment and iterate

  • Direct the editorial process, including driving and evolving a smooth and efficient system for finding, pitching, selecting, planning, creating, reviewing and approving content

  • Work with and influence internal business partners and stakeholders at all levels of the company to shape stories and direct content to appropriate internal channels

  • Coach, develop and manage a team of freelance reporters, writers, editors, creative content providers (e.g., videographers, photographers, illustrators, etc.) and blog builders to ensure all work is delivered on time and with the highest quality and within budget. This includes assigning stories to the appropriate freelancer, internal communicator or agency resource; coaching to develop each reporter’s capabilities to elicit their best work; and guiding freelance assistant editors to move content through the approval process to be published

  • Manage and regularly update editorial guidelines as needed to ensure quality standards; ensure awareness and understanding of guidelines across freelancers and business partners

  • Collaborate closely with external communications counterpart as part of Editorial Board to ensure alignment and leverage opportunities to share content

  • Partner with Digital team within CR to measure and evaluate the impact of our storytelling efforts and the effectiveness of our communications channels and evolve and enhance them as needed

  • Partner with Roche communicators to ensure consistent messaging with global communications

  • Working with and through colleagues, influence internal stakeholders to maintain value of intranet by regular upkeep and maintenance of pages not managed by Internal Communications or Corporate Relations

  • Contribute to Internal Communications team projects on an ad hoc basis (e.g., Fortune 100 Best Companies submission)

  • Contribute to Genentech’s history by driving management of our internal asset library

  • Be accountable for internal publishing budget

Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree in communications, journalism or science

Experience

  • 10+ years of communications experience with at least five years of publishing and internal communications experience

  • At least three years’ experience in a science-based or healthcare company is preferred

  • Proven experience strategically planning publishing efforts to align with organizational and team goals

  • Prior experience coaching, developing and managing direct reports or freelance communicators and vendors

  • Experience managing budgets to deliver on communications goals

  • Expertise in or ability to quickly learn fundamental publishing and communications tools such as Microsoft Office Suite, Google Suite, WordPress, Photoshop

To be successful the Senior Editor, Internal Publishing must have:

  • Exceptional writing, editing, visual story-telling skills 

  • Strong drive to educate and delight internal audiences, furthering employees’ belief in Genentech’s strong purpose, ability to push the boundaries of scientific discovery, commitment to solving systemic healthcare challenges and dedication to creating a work environment that supports talented people

  • Proven experience coaching and developing writers, as well as editing and improving copy

  • Demonstrated experience and genuine enthusiasm for collaborating and innovating with peers 

  • Thorough knowledge of (or willingness to learn and maintain knowledge of) Genentech's medicines, pipeline and approach to disease, as well as comfort with scientific topics

  • An understanding of (or willingness to learn and maintain knowledge of) important business topics including industry trends, clinical trial design, drug development, regulatory decision making and public policy issues

  • An understanding of brand fundamentals and a commitment to bringing the brand to life in publishing touchpoints

  • Video production management experience and/or experience guiding the production of visual assets

  • Excellent organizational and problem-solving skills

  • Comfortable regularly pivoting from creative big-idea generation to nitty-gritty details and back 

  • Prior people management experience – either direct reports or freelance/agency writers 

  • Excellent judgement and a keen sense of what is timely and culturally relevant

  • Excellent interpersonal skills with a desire to build and nurture relationships to identify the best stories to tell

  • Ability to work well with people at all levels of an organization, including senior leaders; and work cross-functionally across multiple teams

  • Ability to meet deadlines, work within budgets and balance many priorities

  • Process oriented, and able to invent and simplify processes

  • Comfortable in a fast-moving and agile environment where flexibility is key

  • Outstanding time management and project management skills

  • Strong influencing and negotiation skills

  • Demonstrated proactive commitment in evolving communications based on metrics, research and feedback

  • Effective, independent decision making

  • High integrity and discretion to manage confidential information

  • Calm demeanor under pressure

  • Proud grammar geeks encouraged to apply

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

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4/2/20 Global Category Leader - Agencies & Media Executive (Director/VP) South San Francisco, California

Overview

As a Global Category Leader, you are part of Roche Global Procurement and you will be a part of the Marketing & Sales Category team focusing on the agencies and Media Category.

Description

The Global Category Leader of Agencies and Media is accountable for the effective management of and the value delivery for the category. The role may oversee a team of Category and / or Supplier Managers focused on driving the implementation of the using the Roche category and supplier management approach, including supporting the development of Category Strategies and execution of high value strategic initiatives. As a leadership role, the Global Category Leader of Agencies and Media drives Category Strategy prioritization and realization through effective management of resources, and extensive engagement with the overall Procurement organization, major suppliers, and senior functional Business stakeholders.

The Global Category Leader is accountable for the effective management of the category, including the development, implementation, and maintenance of a formalized category or supplier management strategy, buying guides / content, and the overall delivery of high value savings targets. The role is responsible for managing and overseeing the day-to-day activities of a team of Category and Supplier Managers and leading the development, validation, and socialization of the Category Strategy and pipeline of major strategic initiatives, and the successful execution and benefit realization. Has deep category specific subject-matter knowledge, along with expertise in managing the procurement lifecycle, and works to ensure this knowledge is embedded and practiced by the Category and Supplier Managers.

The Global Category Leader of Agencies and Media uses strong leadership, communication, and influencing skills to ensure the Category and Supplier Managers deliver on commitments and are viewed as value adding partners by Business stakeholders. In addition to acting as the main point of escalation for category or supplier specific issues and topics, the role also takes personal ownership of certain large or complex initiatives and supplier relationships. Through the application of Roche’s category and supplier management approaches, and close collaboration with the regional sourcing team, the Global Category Leader of Agencies and Media  will deliver measurable value by leveraging Roche’s scale and market position to drive savings and productivity realization and manage complex initiatives across the enterprise.

Your Responsibilities

  • Lead the Category and Supplier Management team through the various stages of Roche’s category and supplier management approach and ensure the Category and Supplier Managers, data / information and stakeholder relationships are in place for project execution throughout the category, providing expert support and guidance where required.

  • Accountable for the creation and application of a Business-aligned long-term Category Strategy and the development of an annual pipeline of strategic category initiatives based on the strategy, business planning activities and pipeline. Oversee delivery to meet or exceed annual targets, ensuring communication with the relevant stakeholders and key business partners, and compliance with relevant policies, standards, guidelines, and operating procedures. Work with the required functions or other Procurement areas to improve spend accuracy in the covered category areas.
  • Accountable for the collection and aggregation of opportunities and data.  In addition, be accountable for the overall target setting process to develop a pipeline of strategic initiatives, which addresses top-down targets and gaps, and has the potential to meet or exceed targets.
  • Ensure extensive and thorough risk and Corporate Social responsibility (CSR) reviews are considered in category strategies and plans.
  • Responsible for the development and maintenance of the category buying guides. These guides translate the Category Strategy and annual pipeline into clear and practical guidance and content for Procurement and key functional stakeholders to ensure a best practice approach to operational buying and local execution.
  • Ensure a robust approach to supplier management. This includes identification of key suppliers, establishing value creation targets and reporting of supplier performance against those targets, identification, management and mitigation of supplier risks.  It also includes conducting regular business supported reviews as well as implementation of development and innovation programs with key suppliers.
  • Ensure delivery of Procurement Balanced Scorecard (BSC) input and accurate reporting of measures and targets for the category (e.g. operational metrics, savings). Ensure spend data accuracy through ongoing data validation, escalation, and remediation activities in accordance with the data governance process.
  • Develop strong relationships with key functional Business stakeholders. Ensure involvement and engagement in functional decision making by offering Procurement’s point of view and / or alternative solutions to business priorities and challenges. Ensure an environment where Procurement can challenge demand and specifications to maximize value from our third-party spend.
  • Ensure a robust governance structure enabling efficient decision making for the extended category team and business stakeholders with clear roles and responsibilities. Establish a category-specific escalation process and ensure issues related to performance, decision making and governance are addressed and resolved in a timely manner.
  • Coach Procurement staff and category team members worldwide and provide opportunities for professional development. Define a succession plan for the team to support career development and ensure a pipeline of talent.
  • Manage performance and talent development for all direct functional reports and contribute to feedback to project related resources, according to Roche’s standards.
  • Identify budgets needed to support the annual operating activities and as part of the annual budgeting cycle.

Your qualification:


● University degree, with business or life sciences degree preferable.

● 10+ years of in-depth strategic and/or operational procurement experience with extensive knowledge of

category management and advanced strategic sourcing, with subject matter expertise in overall R&D

Procurement and (Study) Endpoints Categories (Biomarkers / Wet Work, Data & Reporting, Technology).

● Outstanding communication, project and risk management capabilities with an ability to set priorities, direct

global cross-functional teams and deliver complex strategic initiatives.

● Proven leadership and management capabilities including the ability to successfully provide feedback and

development support to teams and individuals.

● Business level fluency in English.
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4/1/20 Team Lead II, Ophthalmology Marketing Manager with direct reports South San Francisco, California

Position Summary

The Team Lead 2, Ophthalmology Marketing, will report to the Sr. Marketing Ophthalmology Director. In this role, the Team Lead 2 will provide leadership to grow the Ophthalmology franchise while ensuring synergy with existing in-line brand(s). In addition, the Team Lead 2 will build and evolve thought leader engagement efforts as well as work closely with the rest of Ophthalmology marketing team, launch principals, and cross-functional partners to shape customer beliefs and behaviors to support franchise and launch strategies.

This individual also lives the CMG Operating Principles 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. 

Key Responsibilities

  • Responsible for the day-to-day alignment, enablement, project coaching and oversight of 4 or more Thought Leader Liaisons. Responsible for management accountability for all aspects of Genentech’s people practices.
  • Align congress strategy and facilitate team execution to maximize portfolio outcomes
  • Responsible for the development and execution of thought leader engagement strategy inclusive of multiple product specific value creation needs (Lucentis, PDS, and Faricimab)
  • Build and evolve the thought leader engagement strategy to promote alignment of brand priorities with franchise objectives. Serve as the liaison with the TLL team to ensure the incorporation of the voice of our customers into marketing and launch strategies.
  • Establish thought leader engagement priorities in partnership with the Sr. Marketing Director and appropriately delegates responsibility for execution, as needed
  • Lead and/or participate in flexibly deployed work teams across the CMG network based on their areas of expertise

Skills and Competencies

  • Strong working knowledge of all aspects of Product Marketing to include positioning, branding, campaign development and channel mix
  • Knowledge of the healthcare ecosystem including health economics, policy and the regulatory environment
  • Knowledge of each customer type e.g. HCPs, patients, payers, IDNs, distributors, pathways and how they run their business
  • Ability to think with an enterprise mindset
  • Ability to influence and inspire individuals and teams across the CMG network
  • Breadth of experience in product/therapeutic area, access and interactive marketing
  • Ability to flex and thrive in an ambiguous environment undergoing transformational change
  • Strong customer orientation and focus
  • Strong financial acumen and analytical skills to effectively interpret and utilize quantitative and qualitative data to shape strategies and tactics
  • Ability to translate strategic direction into action plan for self and team, and make progress in the face of ambiguity
  • Good judgment in recognizing the distinction between "good enough" and perfection
  • Embraces change, embodies a continuous improvement mindset, and exemplifies agile principles in day-to-day activities

Demonstrate Advanced Marketing Capability within the following Key Areas

  • Customer, Product and Market Insights:  Ability to understand, integrate and synthesize insights across customers, competitors, therapeutic or business areas and markets to inform customer-centric business decisions
  • Financial Acumen:  Ability to use financial information and capabilities to inform investment decisions, manage external partners and budgets, and drive sound business decisions
  • Value Creation: Ability to develop and communicate the unique value and promise that Genentech’s products and solutions provide to its customers
  • Business Strategy: Ability to make choices and identify key metrics to deliver measurable customer and financial objectives that drive business forward.
  • Customer Experience: Ability to create and execute customer-centric programs and solutions to positively and meaningfully engage customers across the care continuum
  • Market Execution: Ability to create, implement and iterate impactful tactics with clear and measurable outcomes to the business and the customer
  • Account Marketing and Partnerships: Ability to identify, develop and maximize effective working relationships with customers and partners to gain alignment on customer needs and optimize business and customer outcomes

Qualifications

  • Bachelors degree in Marketing preferred
  • MBA or other related graduate level degree preferred

Experience

  • 12-15 years experience with the majority working in a product marketing function
  • Experience in the managed care, pharmaceutical or biotech industry
  • Experience in pharmaceutical or biotech field sales
  • Experience in Ophthalmology preferred
  • Experience in creating marketing strategies, plans and tactics that have strengthened market positioning and financial results

4/1/20 MA&S Manager/Senior Manager - Access Individual contributor South San Francisco, California

The Individual Contributor in Market Analysis and Strategy (MA&S) is a strategic thought partner to key stakeholders and an integral contributor to Genentech’s commercial planning efforts. 

He/she is responsible for providing strategic customer insights, leveraging their capabilities in one or more of the following areas of expertise:

  • Access:  Applying expertise in payer coverage, access & reimbursement drivers impacting the biopharmaceutical industry, to shape payer and/or practice manager strategy
  • Market Research: applying primary market research methodologies to conduct qualitative and quantitative research across customer types
  • Forecasting: creating time-series and/or patient-based forecasts; conducting uncertainty analyses
  • Competitive Intelligence: monitoring and tracking competitive landscape; conducting threat assessment (including timelines and probability of launch assessments)
  • Marketing Science / Data Scientist: designing and delivering advanced quantitative data analyses leveraging large/complex datasets

The specific role of Hemophilia MA&S Manager/Senior Manager – Access requires a mix of Access and Market Research, or Marketing Science capabilities. However, all Individual Contributors have the opportunity to blend and extend their expertise on different initiatives to further develop both the breadth and depth of their capabilities.

MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Work with Group Managers and Associate Directors to understand business needs and priorities, as well as immediate scope of work
  • Use knowledge of product and market environment to inform research approach
  • Employ appropriate market research methodologies and execute research to answer business questions
  • Proactively account for market research impact on and interdependencies with work of other Individual Contributors
  • Apply one or more of the MA&S technical skills (market research, data analytics, forecasting or competitive intelligence) to generate insights into the dynamics of payer coverage, access & reimbursement drivers
  • Use these insights to shape payer and/or practice manager strategy or tactics. 
  • Collaborate within cross-functional teams to develop solutions, gain alignment and deliver impactful business insights; engage necessary stakeholders to enable better decision-making
  • Openly share perspective and insights to elevate team thinking and drive a balanced, holistic point of view; effectively weigh and communicate trade-off considerations
  • Take an enterprise mindset, linking individual responsibilities with broader organization; focus on outcomes that provide most business value
  • Demonstrate self-accountability
  • Look for opportunities for continuous improvement; engage managers and peer group regularly for coaching, assistance, and advocacy
  • Act as a thought partner and advisor to all relevant teams and stakeholders; look for and establish opportunities for peer mentorship
  • Lead, act and live our Operating Principles in all aspects of work.

WHO YOU ARE

In Individual Contributors, we are looking for people who are nimble, able to effectively collaborate and lend expertise to multi-functional teams and adapt quickly to competing priorities. We are also looking for people who are committed to continuing to make Genentech a great place to work, by seeking opportunities to develop their own and others’ expertise through ongoing mentorship and coaching.

  • "Self-starter"; strong sense of responsibility with demonstrable comfort in an entrepreneurial environment
  • Able to work effectively in a fluid, cross-functional matrixed environment and stand out as a successful collaborator
  • Strong interpersonal skills and a consultative mindset, with the ability to develop strong partnerships
  • Good problem-solving ability, breaking down complex problems into distinct parts, managing uncertainty, understanding, anticipating interdependencies
  • Able to proactively “connect the dots” by asking thought-provoking questions
  • Objective when presenting insights and guiding decision-making; demonstrate good presentation skills by pairing sound analytics with storytelling
  • Motivated to continuously improve performance; outcomes-focused and driven to achieve objectives
  • Able to lean in and manage through change

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS

  • 4+ years of work experience with Bachelors; 3+ year of work experience with Masters; 2+ years of work experience with PhD/JD, preferably within pharmaceutical or biotech industry (commercial or clinical) and/or management consulting
  • Competency in conducting/analyzing research and distilling down data into concise summaries focused on the key implications for customers and brand
  • Proficiency in understanding market landscape and pulling through insights across multiple data sources
  • Experience creating customer strategies and tactics
  • Experience solving access issues across a wide range of therapeutic areas, and challenges, with limited guidance, insights, or resources
  • The candidate will have experience and expertise in payer coverage, access and reimbursement drivers impacting the biopharmaceutical industry
  • Experience with shaping and/or conducting primary market research with payers, with MDs and/or practice managers is preferred
  • Experience acting as a strategic thought partner to teams; Demonstrated ability to problem solve and think outside the box
  • Proven track record of leadership, time-management, project management, and teamwork
  • Expertise in standard analysis and presentation software (Excel, PowerPoint)
  • Persuasive written and verbal communication skills
  • Strong attention to detail

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4/1/20 Biomarker Testing Specialist Individual contributor Los Angeles, California

  • Biomarker Testing Specialist, Biomarker Testing Team

Open geographies:

West

  • Arizona, New Mexico
  • Oklahoma, Arkansas
  • Eastern Washington, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, Utah, Colorado
  • Houston
  • Seattle, Western Oregon
  • California

Central

  • Ohio
  • North Dakota, Minnesota
  • Chicago, Wisconsin
  • Michigan

SouthEast

  • Mississippi/Louisiana/Alabama

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.     

    Key Accountabilities: 

    • 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.
    • Accountable for creating a territory plan with input from ecosystem colleagues, BTT stakeholders, and others to inform execution.
    • Accountable for influencing testing changes that align to national published guidelines in therapeutic areas aligned with Genentech’s business.  
    • Accountable for seamlessly collaborating with ecosystem and national partners on shared accounts and market trends.
    • 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.
    • 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.
    • 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.
    • Represent Genentech 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 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.

    4/1/20 Clinical Specialist Neuroscience- MS/ NMO, Las Vegas Individual contributor Las Vegas, Nevada

    Clinical Specialist Neuroscience- MS/ NMO, Las Vegas

    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.

    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 Neurology Clinical Specialist (CS) is an integral role in helping us deliver this vision, working closely with healthcare providers. The (CS) deeply understands the specific needs of healthcare practitioners in the Neurology field to identify and address their clinical and business goals and challenges in support of improved patient outcomes, lower costs and improved quality of care.

    In addition, they are responsible for collecting local market insights and trends and being a primary conduit between their local business and the broader team.  The CS incorporates national strategy at a local level to present Genentech products to the highest ethical and professional standards and in accordance with guidelines and PRC approved materials. This position focuses on the Neuroscience Multiple Sclerosis market and impending/ future launched products in the portfolio

    Key Accountabilities

    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 Ensure product access to provide proactive (and de-identified) education on patient assistance, reimbursement resources. Triage to Medical and CRM teams 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 Las Vegas metro area

    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.

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    4/1/20 Senior Program Manager of Disaster Preparedness Individual contributor South San Francisco, California

    Sr. Program Manager of Disaster Preparedness with minimum direction from the Associate Director of Corporate Security, plans, develops, coordinates and directs the work of implementing and maintaining a comprehensive emergency management and disaster program, including budgeting development and monitoring: develops policies and procedures for emergency management programs; administers plan modification, outreach, training and reporting activities; coordinates information distribution in correlation with Corporation Relations, Government Affairs and Human Resources related to the community/site preparedness; and performs related duties as required.  Ongoing development of methods, strategies and initiative for enhancing effectiveness, reducing costs, improving site support of disaster and emergency on or off campus.  Principle contributor in developing tabletop exercises, functional exercises and lessons learn to continuously improve response efforts and program effectiveness.

    Primary Duties and Responsibilities:

    • Serves as the principle advisor with limited supervision on all administrative management matters associated with site disaster preparedness, mitigation, response, and recovery operations as it relates to protecting life safety, environment and campus infrastructure.
    • Accountable for initiating plans, organizes, coordinates, and evaluates disaster preparedness and awareness functions to ensure that the organizational goals and Roche directives are met on time and on budget. Assist in coordinating capital expense projects planning among several organizations both internal and external.  Applies discretion to independently address issues and resolve problems regarding organizational, response and program maintenance issues.
    • When disaster strikes, responsibilities include coordination of response efforts from day to day operations to large-scale disasters.  Will manage limited staff members during and after the emergency event regarding the mitigation, response and recovery phases.  Assist with the management of the emergency operations center (EOC), which could climb to as many as 10 staff members of a cross functional team.  Will have the primary responsibility of assessing life safety, search & rescue efforts, primary search operations, evacuation duties, assessing exposures, efforts needed to confine the emergency to its origin, and extinguishment operations if fire agencies are delayed in responding.
    • Responsible for public awareness initiatives ranging from safety talks, safety fairs, PowerPoint presentations, print materials, web campaigns, annual exit drills, and tabletop exercises. Responsible for presenting to business groups and organizations preparing for disaster and business continuity plans.
    • Design and implement the sites preposition disaster storage container (PPDS) program.
    • Initiate and implement the gCERT program, which recruits, retains, train and equipping approximately 800 volunteer employees as emergency responders.

    Qualifications:

    • Master Degree in Disaster Management (preferred), Bachelor Science in Disaster Management, Emergency Management and/or the equivalent of 10 years full time professional level experience in coordinating, planning, budgeting, and procedure development with an emergency services or disaster program including at least five years of providing lead direction or supervision.
    • Certified training in the areas of local, state or federal Emergency Management and/or community preparedness in is highly desirable.
    • Essential duties require the mental and/or physical ability to be on-call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week; work under highly stressful conditions for extended periods of time and wear appropriate safety equipment during times of an emergency.  Able to work with a wide diverse group of people.
    • Capable of interfacing/coordinating with wide variety of internal and external customers and key stakeholders.
    • Excellent leadership, organizational and communication skills and capabilities.
    • Strong communication and reporting skills are essential as well is fluency in written and spoken English.
    • Must have completed the following training courses: IS-100, IS-200, IS-700, IS-800, National Incident Management System (NIMS) and California Standard Emergency Management System (SEMS).
    • Must have Emergency Operation Center practices and methods of operation.
    • Must be analytical, detail-oriented, and able to multi-task without sacrificing accuracy or timeliness.  Ability to analyze problems quickly, identifies causative factors, and applies actions to effectively resolve current, and prevent recurrences of problem conditions.
    • Working knowledge of, or the ability to rapidly assimilate information related to Local, State, and Federal, regulations, legislation, guidelines, policies and procedures.
    • Must be able to use personal computer and associated word processing, database ad graphic presentation software.
    • Must be knowledgeable in virtual emergency operations center (VEOC) operations and mass communication functions and procedures.
    • Must understand the principles and practices of program planning, organization, budgeting and administration.

    Important Information

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

    If you have a disability and need an accommodation in connection with the on-line application process, please email us at [email protected].

    Genentech will not discharge or in any other manner discriminate against employees or applicants because they have inquired about, discussed, or disclosed their own pay or the pay of another employee or applicant. However, employees who have access to the compensation information of other employees or applicants as a part of their essential job functions cannot disclose the pay of other employees or applicants to individuals who do not otherwise have access to compensation information, unless the disclosure is (a) in response to a formal complaint or charge, (b) in furtherance of an investigation, proceeding, hearing, or action, including an investigation conducted by the employer, or (c) consistent with the contractor’s legal duty to furnish information.