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4/23/18 Associate Director, Medical Science Liaisons- Breast, GI, GYN Oncology, US Medical Affairs Manager with Direct Reports South San Francisco, California

On behalf of Roche/Genentech, the Medical Science Liaison (MSL) team is a field based, customer facing organization that is part of the US Medical Affairs BioOncology therapeutic area team. The MSL Associate Director will be responsible for setting the strategy and leading a national MSL team focusing on Breast/GI/GYN Oncology (BGGO). This role is nationally based, and candidate can reside anywhere in US.


Key Accountabilities:

  • Lead and establish
     vision, strategy, 
    and goals
     for the BGGO MSL team to support key deliverables 
    that focus on scientific exchange, clinical trials, and customer engagement
    across USMA, disease specific medical teams, and the broader Genentech organization.  Track and provide quantitative and qualitative data from MSL activities that demonstrate 
    HCP and patient
    impact to the broader organization and ensure goal achievement.
  • Build
    , cultivate, and share
    relationships with external regional and/or national scientific and medical communities to ensure strong understanding of evolving healthcare trends
    across the oncology landscape
  • Actively participate on the BioOncology MSL leadership team to set strategy and vision for the overarching MSL team. Support development and growth of individual MSLs across the broader USMA organization
  • Support development and provide coaching of regional managers and individual MSLs in the assigned therapeutic area team
    .  Regularly work wit
    h MSLs in the field to ensure MSL capabilities and competencies are accurate and maximized
  • Develop and leverage key relationships with collaborators across the organization to include other USMA partners, commercial, government affairs, both the early and late stage development organizations, and clinical operations.
  • Share experience and learnings with peer MSL leaders, medical team members, and others across the broader Genentech organization
  • Identify opportunities to lead and collaborate on key projects that highlight customer centricity and opportunities to support access to medicines for patients.
  • Expertly represent BGGO MSL group in internal and external teams meetings, presentations and other leadership forums
  • Act as a standing member or ad hoc of one or more internal cross-functional teams, including the relevant medical and commercial teams.
  • Identify and lead special projects aimed at the continuous improvement and operational excellence of the MSL team
  • As requested, acting as a substitute for your director in various internal or external forums, committees, teams, meetings or other events
  • Ensure your and your team’s work, projects and other deliverables meet or exceed goals and objectives within fiscal guidelines
  • Maintain the highest standards and levels of scientific, clinical and technical expertise in the specific therapeutic area(s)of assignment, and ensure the same among staff members; reviewing and keeping updated on scientific/medical journals and other relevant publications, attending scientific, clinical, commercial and other key conferences, forums, and meetings. 
4/23/18 Clinical Specialist, GI/GYN - Grand Rapids Individual Contributor Grand Rapids, Michigan

The Clinical Specialist, Franchise Sales manages and develops long-term relationships with physicians and other customers for the customer accounts in the assigned territory. As such, Clinical Specialists represent the assigned GNE brand(s) and their approved indications; helping external customers such as physicians, nurses, etc. learn about the benefits of the assigned GNE brand(s) in relation to the applicable therapeutic area/disease state.

 

Reports to: Division Manager, Franchise Sales

Example Duties and Responsibilities:
Responsible for meeting or exceeding assigned sales targets
Develops robust territory business plans
Develops strong and long-term relationships with customers in all assigned accounts
Highly collaborative with territory partner and other internal, cross-functional stakeholders
Presents the assigned GNE brands in a professional, compliant, ethical and effective manner; helping external customers understand the benefits and use of GNE brands
Monitors operating costs and compliance with territory budget
Complies with all laws, regulations and policies that govern the conduct of GNE activities
Business travel, by air or car, is regularly required

Key Competency Profile:
Teamwork & Collaboration
Communication
Technical & Business Expertise
Achieving Results
Strategic Agility

This is a remote position

4/23/18 Warehouse Manager, SSF IMP & US Depot Manager South San Francisco, California

Location: San Francisco


The Clinical Supply Chain Management organization’s mission is to ensure the right product is in the right place at the right time, every time, such that no patient will go without and no clinical trial will be delayed.
The Manager of the South San Francisco (SSF) IMP Warehouse and US Depot plays a key role in achieving this mission, leading a team that delivers 30,000 shipments to US clinical trial sites and 1,000 international shipments per year. The chosen candidate will lead a team of supervisors, exempt and non-exempt employees.  Accountabilities for this role include the following: Management of warehouse operations for IMP Clinical Supply Operations, international (depot) shipping, clinical parcel (site) shipments, inventory control and monitoring, facility management, and strict adherence to regulatory requirements (including Transportation Security Administration and current Good Manufacturing / Distribution Practices).
Responsibilities:
* Lead, motivate and encourage the IMP Final Product and Warehouse team, consisting of ~20 team members, to achieve departmental and company goals
* Ensure that the appropriate inventory management policies are practiced to manage and control inventory
* Ensure near-perfect delivery accuracy, while continuously improving productivity and reducing distribution lead times
* Ensure a safe working environment for the staff and model safe work behaviors
* Provide expertise and leadership in Lean and supply chain management principles to contribute to site- and network-level improvement initiatives

4/20/18 Commercial Portfolio Analytics Manager / Sr. Manager Individual Contributor South San Francisco, California

DESCRIPTION

The Manager/Senior Manager in Portfolio Analytics within Market Analysis & Strategy (MA&S) develops advanced analytical solutions & instruments to use data in pioneering ways, at scale, to enable actionable business solutions at a commercial portfolio level. 


You are a results oriented self-starter with demonstrable hands-on success in data science and advanced analytics projects. In this role, you will be responsible for providing strategic sales and marketing insights with minimal guidance & supervision by leveraging your capabilities as a highly analytical entrepreneurial problem-solver to:
  • Develop strategic analyses and deliverables to drive business impact across the organization
  • Collaborate with partners to define use cases and deliver results in a timely manner
  • Drive the project roadmap for a diverse team of doers, thinkers and problem-solvers
As a Portfolio Analytics Manager/Senior Manager, you will join our team of highly driven data scientists and marketing analytics professionals to conduct high impact analyses, build tools, platforms and processes that enable nimble decision making and strategy development across the commercial organization. You will report directly to the Group Manager or Principal Manager, MA&S Portfolio Analytics.

MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES
Work with Group Managers and Associate Directors to understand business needs and priorities, as well as immediate scope of work
  • 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
  • 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
  • Translate business needs into data modeling initiatives
  • Take an enterprise mindset, linking individual responsibilities with broader organization; focus on outcomes that provide most business value
  • Maximize the likelihood that innovation will continue to thrive at Genentech
  • Drive data-based decision making through advanced analytics and automation across all aspects of the US Commercial, Medical and Government organization
  • Interface with Market Analysis & Strategy teams, cross functional partners, and brand stakeholders to advance projects and strategic deliverables for the US Commercial, Medical and Government organization
  • Drive substantial business value for the US Commercial, Medical and Government organization by enabling data-driven decision making in a nimble, efficient, and effective manner 
  • Collaborate within cross-functional teams to develop solutions, gain alignment and deliver impactful business insights; engage necessary stakeholders to enable better decision-making
  • Look for opportunities for continuous improvement; engage managers and peer group regularly for coaching, assistance, and advocacy

4/20/18 Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Immunology, van Lookeren Campagne lab, Genentech Research Individual Contributor South San Francisco, California

The van Lookeren Campagne lab is seeking a highly talented postdoctoral researcher to study the functional consequences of protein-changing genetic variants that increase the risk of autoimmune disorders. The laboratory collaborates with several investigators at Genentech to apply a variety of molecular, cellular, proteomics and imaging tools to address the consequences of protein-changing variants in cells or mice that have been genetically modified using the CRISPR technology. The consequences of these variants on a variety of cellular functions, including autophagy, programmed cell death, sterile inflammation, neuronal differentiation, cell migration, innate host responses to pathogens and tumorigenesis will be investigated to uncover the molecular basis of disease pathogenesis.


Selected Publications from the van Lookeren Campagne lab:
Xi et al., J Exp Med 213 (2016), 189-207
Murthy et al., Nature 506 (2014), 456-62
van Lookeren Campagne and Dixit, Nature 474 (2011), 42-43
Xi et al., J Exp Med 207 (2010), 7-16
Katschke et al., J Exp Med 204 (2007), 1319-1325
Wiesmann et al., Nature 444 (2006), 217-221
Helmy et al., Cell 124 (2006), 915-927


Information about the postdoctoral program at Genentech can be found at http://www.gene.com/careers/academic-programs/postdocs.


For more information on Menno van Lookeren Campagne lab, please visit: 

https://www.gene.com/scientists/our-scientists/menno-van-lookeren



4/20/18 Senior Hematology Clinical Coordinator - SE Ohio/Kentucky Individual Contributor Cincinnati, Ohio

SE Ohio/Kentucky

The Senior Hematology Clinical Coordinator (HCC) brings clinical expertise to the Hematology Franchise, helping to educate Healthcare Professionals on the Genentech Hematology portfolio, the FDA approved indications and the appropriate use in the relevant therapeutic area/disease state. The HCCs partners closely with the Genentech field team, including Sales and field representatives, to address key educational needs for customers.

Reports to: Hematology Clinical Coordinator Area Manager

Position Summary:

Front line customer support:
• Ensures positive customer experiences with Genentech Hematology products through providing initial andongoing clinical support
• Provides product educational in-services to customers, including Infusion Nurses, Advanced Practitioners (Nurse Practitioners, Physician Assistance, and Clinical Pharmacists) and Physicians
• Leverages clinical educational offerings and collaborates with sales specialists to achieve franchise objectives
• Identify, profile, develop and maintain relationships with identified Advanced Practitioner & Nurse Thought Leaders
• Identifies potential barriers to on-label brand use
• Effectively manages Hematology Advanced Practitioner &Nurse Speaker Bureaus, including training, coaching and developing speakers. Provide ongoing on-label and PRC-approved education and guidance to speakers to ensure accurate, effective, and compliant presentations of GNE Hematology products


Internal Coordination /Collaboration:
• Obtains and maintains full proficiency in disease state, product and business knowledge to support the needs of accounts and the sales team
• Develops and executes a strategic plan for key accounts, incorporating utilization of resources
• Initiates ongoing strategic clinical and customer-level discussions with HCC Manager, division sales manager and sales specialists
• Collaborate with internal stakeholders including marketing, training, sales, medical affairs and compliance

Job Accountabilities:

• Meets administrative expectations consistently
• Complies with all laws, regulations, company policies and processes across all aspects of job function
• Attends and actively participates in team/region/franchise calls and meetings
• Business travel by air or car is regularly required
• This is a remote position

Required Competencies:
• Clinical acumen – Possesses significant expert knowledge in hematology field and keeps current; applies knowledge successfully to meet role expectations
• Strategic agility – Balances present problems and issues with longer term needs as appropriate to meet goals
• Communication – Listens well, expresses ideas fluently and is open to input and can be depended on for truthfulness
• Teamwork and Collaboration – Creates an atmosphere of openness and trust, collaborates; offers support and encouragement
• Achieving Results – Disciplined and takes responsibility for owns actions, prioritizes activities and estimates effort appropriately; shows tenacity and persistence when confronted with obstacles and resistance

4/19/18 Manager / Sr. Manager, Marketing Analytics and Strategy (MA&S) Individual Contributor South San Francisco, California

The Individual Contributor in Marketing Analytics 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 sales and marketing insights with
Moderate to Minimal guidance / supervision, leveraging their capabilities in one or more of the following areas of expertise:

  • 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)
  • Data Analytics: designing and delivering advanced quantitative data analyses leveraging large/complex datasets 
The specific role for MA&S requires a strong expertise in Market Research 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
  1. Work with Team Leads (TLs) and Franchise Leads (FLs) to understand business needs and priorities, as well as immediate scope of work
  2. Use knowledge of product and market environment to inform research approach
  3. Employ appropriate market research methodologies and execute research to answer business questions
  4. Proactively account for market research impact on and interdependencies with work of other Individual Contributors 
  5. Collaborate within cross-functional teams to develop solutions, gain alignment and deliver impactful business insights; engage necessary stakeholders to enable better decision-making
  6. Openly share perspective and insights to elevate team thinking and drive a balanced, holistic point of view; effectively weigh and communicate trade-off considerations
  7. Take an enterprise mindset, linking individual responsibilities with broader organization; focus on outcomes that provide most business value
  8. Demonstrate self-accountability
  9. Look for opportunities for continuous improvement; engage managers and peer group regularly for coaching, assistance, and advocacy
  10. Act as a thought partner and advisor to all relevant teams and stakeholders; look for and establish opportunities for peer mentorship


4/19/18 Clinical Specialist - Lucentis Boston North Individual Contributor Boston, Massachusetts

Territory: Boston North
 
The Clinical Specialist manages and develops long-term relationships with physicians and other customers for the customer accounts in the assigned territory. As such, Clinical Specialists represent the assigned GNE brand(s) and their approved indications; helping external customers such as physicians, nurses, etc. learn about the benefits of the assigned GNE brand(s) in relation to the applicable therapeutic area/disease state.
 
Reports to: Division Manager, Franchise Sales
 
Example Duties and Responsibilities:
  • Responsible for meeting or exceeding assigned sales targets
  • Develops robust territory business plans
  • Develops strong and long-term relationships with customers in all assigned accounts
  • Presents the assigned GNE brands in a professional, compliant, ethical and effective manner; helping external customers understand the benefits and use of GNE brands
  • Monitors operating costs and compliance with territory budget
  • Complies with all laws, regulations and policies that govern the conduct of GNE activities
  • Business travel, by air or car, is regularly required
 
NOTE:
This is a remote position.
This position requires significant use of either a company provided or personal vehicle to perform the essential duties and responsibilities of the role.  As a result, Genentech, Inc. (Company) from time to time will check your motor vehicle record for purposes of determining your eligibility for driving a Company vehicle or driving any vehicle on Company business.
4/19/18 Group Medical Director, BioOncology, US Medical Affairs Manager with Direct Reports South San Francisco, California

In this position, you will be primarily accountable for consistently, effectively:


  • Developing the medical vision and strategy for molecules/products across Breast Cancer, Gynecologic oncology and GI Cancer assigned disease areas. In these specific disease areas, you will be responsible for development and implementation of BioOncology Medical Unit (MU) strategy for Breast Cancer (HER2+, Hormone receptor positive, and Triple Negative Breast Cancer), Gynecologic Oncology, GI Cancer, Disease related Immunotherapy, and pipeline agents.
  • Overseeing multiple, often large-scale post-marketing trials, studies, investigations, other projects and programs for Breast Cancer, Gynecologic Oncology and GI Cancer disease areas to ensure all activities are completed on time, to high standards and within budget
  • As a member of the USMA BioOncology Leadership Team (BOLT), will contribute to the long-term vision, strategy, plans and results for the overall USMA BioOncology MU and the assigned disease areas
  • Proactively identifying and leading cross-functional projects and initiatives that carry broad impact across Medical Affairs
  • Representing Medical Affairs on multidisciplinary Genentech and global Roche teams
  • Acting as an expert advisor to internal committees, management and teams regarding strategic medical issues and lifecycle planning
  • Providing expert leadership guidance and input Lifecycle Management, Lifecycle Plans, Franchise Plans, 3-year and 1- year brand/tactical plans for all molecules/products in the assigned portfolio
  • Acting as a guardian for high standards of compliance, ethics and safety; putting patients at the center of all actions
  • Compliantly developing and cultivating long-term strategic partnerships with thought leaders and other external stakeholders 
  • Inspiring direct reports team, recruiting, developing and retaining talent and ensuring a strong succession plan for key positions 

Experience Used in this Position: 

1. Launch planning & management 
2. Medical Affairs
3. Medical planning & management
4. People management
5. Product Development
6. Working in global project teams 


Functional Skills/Competencies Used in this Position:

1. Clinical knowledge and experience
2. Clinical study design
3. Clinical study management
4. Drug safety 
5. Health Authority interactions
6. Launch readiness
7. Medical communications
8. Portfolio medical strategy
9. Publication planning and strategy
10. Thought leader relationship development/management
11. Working with strategic governance/decision-making committees 


People Management/Leadership: 

1. Hire, develop and oversee the work of your direct and any indirect reports
2. 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 or long-term 
3. Develop clear roles and responsibilities, learning and development, other resources, tools, and expense budgets for the disease area Medical Affairs function and team 

 
Medical Strategic Planning: 

1. Advise senior leadership, direct reports and others internally and externally on strategic medical issues and considerations 
2. Act as a key contributor to or lead for peer review sessions; includes acting as a frequent reviewer in internal review/ decision-making committees
3. Develop post-marketing medical strategies and Medical Plans
4. Participate in brand, tactical, and launch planning to ensure appropriate medical inputs into commercial strategies
5. Work with therapeutic counterparts in Genentech and global groups to align Medical Plans, goals and objectives at the affiliate, regional, and global levels 


Medical Affairs Management/Operations:
1. Act as a standing member of the relevant Global Teams
2. Where assigned, serve on Joint Executive committees, with include other Genentech and/or global Roche partner functions as well as external collaborator personnel
3. Act as expert participant and contributor on advisory boards and presenter at other external functions
4. Work with your team
5. Where applicable, provide medical affairs support for Phase III clinical trials
6. Consult to Genentech Business Development on relevant acquisitions, joint ventures, or other strategic partnerships
7. Develop and deliver presentations, both internally and externally, to convey the medical perspective and provide updates on activities relevant to molecules/products within the Breast Cancer, Gynecologic oncology and GI Cancer portfolio
8. Attend and contribute at major scientific and medical conferences
9. Provide medical affairs input into competitive intelligence activities and projects
10. Provide expert review of published scientific and clinical literature 
11. Manage medical programs and tactics across multiple projects. Direct others in developing and executing medical strategies, trials, other studies and investigations, communication, education, health economics and outcomes research and publication activities over a range of products within Breast Cancer/Gynecologic/GI oncology. 
12. Take responsibility for design, execution, and data interpretation of post-marketing clinical trials and other post- marketing medical investigations or studies.

Communication: 

1. Maintain the highest standards and levels of scientific, clinical, and technical expertise in assigned therapeutic area
4/19/18 Global Category Manager, Clinical Outsourcing Services Individual Contributor South San Francisco, California

Position Purpose
The Global Category Manager, Clinical Outsourcing Services is a leadership role and responsible to maximize the value of third party purchases to Roche across a portfolio of goods and services for the assigned clinical category. This role will be the key global interface with stakeholders and procurement and functional peers across the Roche group. This role is responsible for developing and demonstrating in-depth knowledge of markets, suppliers, products and their cost drivers within this category. The Global Category Manager, Clinical Services could cover one or more of the following areas: CRO clinical services (main focus, FSP and end to end models), Patients and Investigator related services, Data Services, and medical writing/regulatory services.
   
In addition, the Category Manager maintains category specific knowledge by analyzing, benchmarking the respective category and together with the business identifies the needs to develop strategies that enhance overall business values. The management of the Category Lifecycle includes development of the Category Strategy, Sourcing, Contract & Pricing Negotiations, Implementation and Supplier Management.

Main Responsibilities and Accountabilities: 

  • To develop and refine clinical service category strategy with a focus on CRO clinical services including determination, implementation and management of the applicable governance structure
  • To liaison with Roche stakeholders (PD, pRED, gRED, GPS and GMA/gMED) to ensure that the category strategy is aligned
  • Drives and is accountable for the global contracting process with suppliers safeguarding Roche’s best interests at all times. Sets strategies to manage pricing negotiations ensuring competitive market prices are applied. Will drive and contributes to the over departmental savings objectives.
  • Benchmark and evaluate the market to identify potential suppliers. Strategically sources, allocates and manages preferred suppliers aligned with Roche’s guidelines and regulations. Fully drives/coordinates the Request for X (RFI, RFP) process.
  • To maintain an oversight of the category including ongoing management of spend and demand (including identification of efficiency and value adding opportunities)
  • Analyze Market, Category and Supplier, including financial risks, Spend history, trends, demands and forecasts
  • Identify opportunities that focus on cost reductions, efficiencies/quality improvements, risk mitigation, industry and supply trends and shifts in technology
  • Facilitate senior level review and concurrence on sourcing strategies, including sponsorship and resource allocations.
  • Facilitates and coordinates the implementation of the category strategy ensuring Roche’s Global Procurement Directives are met. Provides tools, support and guidance for effective spend and budget management practices.
  • Manages supplier’s performance and performs risk management. Develops and maintains metrics of procurement i.e. key performance indicators and continuously improves the outcomes measured
  • Decision-Making Authority:Commercial recommendations to business for supplier selection. Grants exceptions to bypass the procurement process. Reports non-compliant behaviour. Maintains accountability for commercial contract terms.

This position is not eligible for relocation.

4/19/18 Manager, Study Team Support Manager with Direct Reports South San Francisco, California

Relocation is not designated for this position.


GENERAL POSITION SUMMARY/PURPOSE:
Study Team Support (STS) is part of the broader PDG organization and supports the execution of clinical studies. STS serves as the primary point of contact and business partner for PDG Study Management Teams (SMTs) for all clinical systems and services that SPE (Systems and Process excellence) offer through innovative evaluation, deployment and management of clinical, and non-clinical systems and processes by providing centralized, cross-system, process and systems support. Managers directly support STS vision and mission by providing coordination, high quality management, coaching and functional expertise to staff and other partners and stakeholders to ensure the appropriate study-specific systems set-up, User Acceptance Testing (UAT) and ongoing maintenance for PD (and Pharma Research & Early Development (RED)) clinical studies. As such, Managers in Study Team Support oversee and manage staff who are accountable for leading, directing and efficiently delivering clinical systems and innovative solutions in support of clinical trials. STS works cross-functionally across PDG, with PD, RED, Information Technology (IT) and other Roche partners, as well as external vendor partners supporting the work of SPE, PDG or PD overall. Managers are also part of the STS functional leadership team and they and/or their staff members may also be standing or ad hoc members of various internal/cross-functional work teams. Managers in STS may also have additional responsibilities to perform the role of site lead for the assigned functional areas.

JOB DESCRIPTION – PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

1. Cross-Functional Team Membership & Leadership

  • Member of the local/global Study Team Support Management Team
  • Supports the STS leadership vision, contributes to STS strategy, and facilitates it’s execution
  • Leads STS Operational excellence at the site level through effective and efficient knowledge sharing
  • Participate in STS and SPE Operations level initiatives
  • May participate in broader, cross-functional STS and/or global initiatives
  • Represents STS in cross-functional PD/RED study teams and/or other cross-functional work teams. Self and team may act as standing or ad hoc members in short-, medium- or long-term study and/or other work teams. As needed and appropriate, addresses study systems, processes, tools and/or other study systems specific questions; provides updates; delivers presentations; etc.
2. Staff Management & Development

  • Cascades strategic and other relevant goals and objectives as well as budget and other resources to direct reports
  • Ensures that staff members are appropriately trained, developed and coached to comply with Roche and regulatory standards
  • Leads recruitment, hiring and onboarding activities
  • Manages assigned staff in order to maximize their capability and contribution in providing high-quality Systems Implementation and Study Support deliverables. Oversees staff members’ work to ensure consistently on-time, on-target and within-budget results
  • Conducts ongoing performance management and completes the required steps of Roche’s performance management process and cycle. Includes individual development plans/career discussions and actively contributes to performance calibration, talent management and succession planning processes 
  • Leads routine and ad hoc meetings with direct reports to ensure direct reports remain, at all times, fully abreast and apprised of evolving business needs and requirements as these relate to study systems, processes, related tools, or other relevant matters
  • Accountable for appropriate resourcing decisions and staff assignment
  • Ensures appropriate infrastructure for Study Team Support – clear roles and responsibilities, learning and development, technology, other tools, vendor partners and operating budgets
  • Undertakes special projects, as assigned, that further the overall success and effectiveness of Study Team Support, SPE and/or PDG overall
  • Where applicable, self and team may participate in the negotiation with and commissioning of external vendor partners to support the work of Study Team Support and/or the broader SPE, PDG or PD organizations
  • Creates a positive work environment by encouraging mutual respect, innovation and accountability at all levels (site, functional, global, projects/programs)
  • May tracks departmental expense budgets to ensure compliance with agreed parameters
  • Consistently complies with all governing laws, regulations, Roche Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs), company HR policies & procedures and other guidelines and ensures the same across his/her staff
3. Study Team Support Planning & Development
  • Supports the STS leadership vision, contributes to STS strategy, and facilitates it’s execution
  • Stays abreast of internal and external developments, trends and other dynamics relevant to the work of STS, PD and REDs to maintain, at all times, a fully current view and perspective of internal/external influences and/or implications for assigned study systems and/or other recurring and ad hoc responsibilities. Includes evaluating new system technologies and related tools to ensure PD/REDs has best-in-class study systems, processes and related tools. Ensures the same across direct reports
  • Self and team provide expertise in clinical study systems, systems testing, processes and related tools
  • Ensures direct reports work collaboratively and effectively with SMTs and other SPE Operations sub-functions to gather, analyze, and synthesize study specifications, goals and objectives and translate these into study systems, UAT, process and related tool requirements (includes required resources, such as any required budget, IT or external vendor partner support, milestones and key deliverables.) Drives best practices and ongoing continuous systems and operational excellence
  • Ensures direct reports aid SMTs in setting priorities, appropriate expectations, scope, functionality, timelines, etc. in each study plan
  • Self and team work with other STS functions to proactively evaluate potential synergies and interface requirements with existing systems and/or existing systems functionalities to understand potential points of leverage and/or alignment requirements for smooth systems interface and optimal user experience
  • Oversees and/or otherwise works with direct reports to proactively evaluate and plan for testing, deployment, training, other change management and maintenance requirements associated with new or otherwise updated study systems, processes and related tools
  • As needed, ensures direct reports support other SPE functions in preparing and/or delivering study systems assessments, recommendations and plans to PDG/PD leadership or other leadership teams to obtain approvals and secure the required resources
  • As needed, self and team provide input into Systems Management and/or Systems Support Services project or other work plans, service level agreements, standards, policies, procedures and protocols as these pertain to STS’s support of clinical studies
  • Supports his/her manager in developing annual and/or longer-range operational plans, objectives, budgets and other resource requirements for Systems Implementation
  • Expected to contribute to the development of global Systems Implementation and/or broader STS standards, processes and functional initiatives
4. Study Team Support - Operations/Administration
  • Maintains oversight of execution of work and deliverables across direct reports and any relevant external vendor partners. Includes playing a lead role in ensuring, where applicable, external vendor partners comply with contractual agreements
  • Oversees and guides development and maintenance of standard project timeline for study specific systems set-up and testing
  • Ensures direct reports effectively partner with SMTs and others in STS to assure set-up of systems based on current study needs and regulatory requirements. Includes managing and coaching others in activities related to systems set-up and testing
  • Ensures direct reports promptly resolve critical issues and provide timely and accurate responses to users and others relating to system best practices and regulatory compliance
  • Participates in regular functional forums pertaining to the work of Systems Implementation and/or the broader STS group (at all levels – site, global, etc.) to ensure consistencies, best practices and overall effective and efficient knowledge-sharing
  • Self and team support, as needed or otherwise appropriate, updates to SOPs and/or Departmental Operating Procedures (DOPs)
  • Oversees and/or otherwise completes routine and ad hoc analysis and reporting. Accountable to ensure staff members keep all internal customers, partners and stakeholders abreast of progress; including providing updates or other feedback regarding systems performance. Ensures analysis and reporting is done following prescribed departmental procedures, practices and protocols and using standardized reporting and communications tools/templates and other resources
  • Completes, leads, and/or assigns other special projects, as and when appropriate, or otherwise requested
  • Self and team are expected to routinely monitor study systems performance to ensure ongoing effectiveness, efficiencies, scalability, sustainability and regulatory compliance; including identifying and communicating issues or opportunities


4/19/18 Senior Medical Science Director, Scientific Collaborations, Rare Diseases USMA Individual Contributor South San Francisco, California

On behalf of Roche/Genentech, the USMA Spectrum MU develops strategies for engagement in scientific and strategic discussions and collaborations with diverse external stakeholder entities across the many new therapeutic areas covered by Spectrum. The Scientific Collaborations group is accountable for leading and managing Genentech’s relationships with these aforementioned organizations and facilitates strategic and scientific discussions and decisions across key stakeholders. This group is also responsible for leading the Scientific Congress planning for major scientific meetings that span Neuroscience/Neurology , Hemophilia and our developing pipeline in Rare Diseases (in collaboration with GMA, gRED, pRED, and PD organizations). 



Responsibilities: 
As a Medical Science Director in Scientific Collaborations, your areas of major responsibility include, but are not limited to the following:

  • Develop and execute overall strategy to facilitate Genentech’s relationships with US-based external entities (eg. medical societies, multi-center research and care organizations, patient advocacy groups) in specifically assigned rare diseases 
  • Engaging in strategic and scientific discussions with key stakeholders as well as within Genentech/Roche.
  • Leading cross-functional, long term projects and collaborations with these organizations which requires multiple internal stakeholder alignment (ie – HEOR, clin ops, legal, medical director(s), early development, government affairs, patient advocacy, marketing).
  • Maintaining an active role on the relevant USMA medical teams to provide strategic insight and execution of medical team strategies.
  • Gain and demonstrate scientific knowledge and expertise within rare disease areas of focus to ensure proposals and concepts are clearly communicated to GNE medical teams and Spectrum leadership
  • Lead and manage Scientific Congress strategy and planning efforts, working closely with assigned vendors, for major scientific meetings in Spectrum.
  • Development and coordination of TAE engagement plans which includes planning and executing visiting professorships on campus.
  • Collaborating across the organization representing USMA Spectrum on multiple work streams and task forces
  • Development of long-term strategic partnerships with thought leaders, external stakeholders, as well as within Genentech/Roche across USMA, GMA, Commercial, PD, gRED, pRED and others.
  • Act as a guardian for high standards of compliance, ethics and safety; putting patients at the center of all actions.
4/18/18 Device Quality Engineer, IMP Quality Individual Contributor South San Francisco, California

The Technical Manager works under moderate supervision and guidance with general instructions on new assignments. Applies a complete understanding of theories and concepts of quality and statistical engineering to address a broad range of quality and reliability related problems during product development. Provide Quality Engineering (QE) services and technical expertise to support product development, and to ensure compliance with global Health Authorities, and Roche/Genentech policies.


Job Responsibilities:

  • Provide quality engineering expertise on design controls, method validation and equipment / process development for IMP combination product manufacturing.
  • Drive continuous improvement in combination product and device-related quality systems and business processes
  • Manage multiple priorities and deadlines in addition to day-to-day activities. 
  • Participate in Quality Risk Management and Design Verification cross-functional team activities.
  • Provide support during design transfer to Manufacturing.  Follow all procedures that make up the quality system
  • Apply quality engineering and statistical methods and tools to specific problems and work with Device Development teams, CMO and Suppliers to solve problems
  • Develop, review, edit, and / or approve regulatory documentation as required to ensure compliance with FDA mandated cGMP, global regulatory health requirements, and local and global Roche policies and procedures.
  • Provide and facilitate Quality Engineering services for the diagnosis and resolution of major product, process and system problems
  • Use appropriate Six Sigma methodology to determine scope of projects.
  • Support root cause analysis in the implementation of corrective actions
  • Provides technical device quality support for internal/external audits and vendor qualification.
  • Set personal performance goals and provide input to departmental objectives and establish work priorities to meet targets and timelines. Maintain current status on all required job related training and strive to continuously improve knowledge and skills in quality, compliance and technology.
  • Perform any other tasks as requested by Management to support quality oversight activities
  • Notify Management of potential quality or regulatory issues that may affect product quality or regulatory compliance.

4/18/18 Intern - Corporate Groups - Network Security Operations Entry Level South San Francisco, California

Network Security Operations is a Global team that spans across these countries: South San Francisco, Indianapolis, Basel, Madrid, Singapore and Shanghai. We provide security infrastucture and technologies support which includes:
Firewalls, Antivirus, Proxys, Network Access Control, Intrusion Detection systems etc.

This intern will be working closely with security team across all regions and get familiarized with the tools and processes. There will also be hands-on operational experiences on the technologies we managed.

Responsbilities:
  • Work with business partners to gather asset inventory of Roche managed machines
  • Identify gaps and create processes to close the gaps
  • Identify areas of opportunities for automation

4/18/18 Pharma Technical Operations - Global Biologics Manufacturing Sciences and Technology Entry Level Oceanside, California

The Single-Use Technology team ensures global alignment and strategic coordination of all current and future single-use technology (SUT) work streams and projects globally across all functions.

Project responsibilities include performing technical and administrative functions in the management of information and documents that support the global PTD and PTB networks. The intern will be responsible for information management and document curation in support of the global cross-functional Single Use Technology team. The intern will perform related duties as assigned, to include:

  • Provide information management and document curation support for SUT Validation Strategy.
  • Provide information management and document curation support for DS and DP Multi-site SOP project teams.
  • Provide technical and administrative support for SUT sustainability/recycling program.
  • Maintain updated unit operation summaries for single-use technologies.
  • Evaluate operations, and recommend improvements and modifications of internet web programs and other information management/collaborative sites.
  • Provide training to personnel on SUT team’s information management and document repository systems and processes.
  • Design and implement internet website database and user interface design projects.
  • Consult with end-users in order to coordinate internet activities, identify needs, and explain internet website opportunities and limitations.
  • Refresh and maintain the internet website content to ensure accuracy and timeliness of information and images.
  • Troubleshoot problems associated with internet web applications and/or internet webpages.
  • Authorize links to internet website material with the consent of the site owner.
  • Answer and/or forward e-mail questions from internet web users to appropriate personnel.
  • Support cross-functional team activities.
4/18/18 Intern - Product Development - Clinical Science Business Strategy Entry Level South San Francisco, California

Length of Internship: 12 weeks
Start Date: Summer 2018

The Clinical Science function is responsible for clinical expertise on cross-functional teams and clinical development strategy. This specific internship opportunity is in the clinical science business strategy office to work directly with the Clinical science Business Strategy Leader on operational and strategic initiative(s) to drive and oversee execution of key business deliverables.  This would involve close interaction and collaboration with leaders across functions including Medical Directors, clinical operations, biometrics, safety, regulatory affairs, medical affairs, and a variety of business and commercial functions.  The internship would include oversight and execution of strategic initiatives with critical business importance.  This opportunity would provide exposure and insight into the business aspect of late-stage drug development from the clinical science vantage in partnership with patient alliance and advocacy, personalized healthcare, and clinical trial execution.  

The intern would focus on 2 strategic initiatives of interest  
1) Genentech/Roche’s efforts to engage diverse populations in clinical research and personalized healthcare 
2) advancing our understanding of disease heterogeneity and clinical outcomes across the population. 
4/17/18 Head of Data and Annuities Manager with Direct Reports South San Francisco, California

The Head of Data and Annuities is responsible for ensuring the successful implementation and execution of Global Patent Operations Data and Annuities team strategy and vision while managing team members located at various affiliates around the world. Act as single point of contact for data and annuities issues. Provide direct leadership to and supervise the work of non-attorney operations staff supporting data and annuities. Establish departmental policies to ensure efficient execution of patent support related activities.

Work closely with Head of Global Patent Operations to ensure the successful implementation and execution of team strategy and vision. Liaise between Head of Global Patent Operations, Global Patent Operations team and site support teams in various locations globally to ensure effective and efficient patent operations support. Work directly with the Head of Global Patent Operations to establish global and local team goals and work with team members on strategies for executing, measuring progress and communicating results. May provide expertise and recommendations to Patent Leadership Team.
Provide strategic decision-making, leadership and planning including the efficient and effective use of resources. Achieve results through the leadership of professional and/or support staff. Delegate responsibilities to subordinate staff. Has full HR responsibility for direct reports. Has full budget responsibility for assigned functional area or department. Provide leadership to ensure department objectives and goals are achieved.
Responsible for maintaining and continuously improving the quality system and achieving quality objectives through daily actions.

Your tasks and responsibilities will include:

  • Oversee the global data & annuities team to ensure incoming correspondence from global Patent Offices and agents is reviewed, data and deadlines are entered and maintained accurately and consistently in IP management systems and the correspondence is made available for any required action by the responsible attorney.
  • Manage the daily operation of the global data & annuities team to ensure annuity payment instructions from the responsible attorney are communicated to and executed by Roche’s annuity payment vendor and allocated to the proper Roche cost center. Ensure annuity discrepancy reports are reviewed and resolved. 
  • Establish strict procedures based on industry best practices to be followed for all IP Manager data entry. Provide training to the data & annuities team and site attorney assistants and paralegals on these procedures.
  • Define, measure and report monthly KPIs for the data & annuities team to the Head of Global Patent Operations.
  • Serve as subject matter expert in the areas of data and annuities and stay current on changes to global patent laws and procedures that impact data and annuities. Incorporate these changes into data and annuity procedures as needed.
  • Serve as a process owner for the incoming correspondence, data and annuities processes.
  • If discrepancies or risks are identified in IP Manager data or related processes, perform root cause analysis and adjust processes in order to eliminate discrepancies and/or mitigate risk.
  • Manage the relationship with external partner responsible for annuity payment. 
  • Ensure appropriate communication and stakeholder management between data & annuities team and key stakeholders including global patent offices, site patent teams, external patent agents and other important parties.


4/17/18 Associate Health Care Economist, BioOncology, US Medical Affairs Individual Contributor South San Francisco, California

Position Summary:


  • You will collaborate with cross-functional teams to develop real world evidence strategies and tactics to support medical teams and access to appropriate therapeutic options.
  • You will work closely with internal stakeholders from across the company, including others in Medical Affairs, Government Affairs, Managed Care & Customer Operations, Commercial and Product Development, as well as key external stakeholders, including but not limited to, academics, healthcare providers, payers, and professional societies.
  • All Roche employees are expected to effectively contribute to cross-functional collaboration and coordination and comply with all laws, regulations, policies & procedures that govern our business. 

Responsibilities Include:

  • Developing and maintaining an in-depth understanding of therapeutic area strategies, disease areas, relevant clinical, patient, payer, and reimbursement landscapes.
  • Develop, maintain and apply in-depth knowledge of role, disease state and clinical topics, market/ customer landscape, and emerging policy issues.
  • Developing comprehensive evidence generation strategies including health economic and outcomes research (HEOR) as well as health systems’ research to support the value demonstration of assets pre-launch and/or marketed products in relevant disease/ therapeutic areas.
  • Expertly demonstrating to payers, clinicians, patients and other external constituents the health economic, humanistic, and health systems’ value and benefit of Genentech's products.
  • Develop robust real-world evidence generation strategies and flawlessly execute studies (e.g., burden of illness studies, treatment patterns, quality of care etc.). 
  • Expertly designing, developing, conducting, overseeing and/or managing primary and secondary non-interventional studies and HEOR models and appropriate field communication and tools to support access decisions
  • Assist in development of robust, targeted and efficient HEOR modeling and other key processes, standards, techniques and tools
  • Identify opportunities to partner with external customers to conduct E4A projects in support of asset and therapeutic area strategies.
  • Develop strategic partnerships and research collaborations with key external experts, healthcare policy makers, payers and various academic and community settings to support asset strategies.
  • Work independently with minimal guidance, with direction and mentoring from manager and others to clarify directions and expand knowledge and skills. Proactively collaborate with various functions within and outside of Evidence for Access and US Medical Affairs to ensure alignment of activities with key partners and stakeholders.
  • Lead and/or participate in E4A and cross-functional projects.
  • Manage budgets, timelines and deliverables as planned.
  • Attend customer and other external meetings to advance learning, build relationships and demonstrate Genentech’s value.
  • Participate in all required Genentech and E4A training and development programs. Comply with all internal policies and external regulations.
  • When assigned, playing a lead role, representing E4A, in cross-functional long-range strategies and/or other programs that influence or otherwise impact quality of life, appropriate access and/or other HEOR/Health Systems dynamics
  • When assigned, playing a lead role, representing E4A as a standing or ad hoc member/participant in Genentech and/or global Roche core and sub teams Developing and cultivating relationships with therapy area leaders (TALs) and other thought leaders
  • Assisting with recruitment, ongoing coaching/mentoring, and training of new or less experienced health economists/health services researchers
  • Ensuring assigned goals and objectives are met and that assigned projects and other work are completed on time, to high standards and within budget
  • Working collaboratively and efficiently with all internal and external customers, partners and stakeholders 

Abilities:

  • Demonstrate strong leadership and communication skills: can effectively communicate through a variety of means and contribute to the development of vision and strategy in Medical Affairs teams.
  • Demonstrated abilities to manage complex projects and multiple priorities.
  • Strong orientation to teamwork: works collaboratively, effectively and efficiently with others in a matrixed team environment
  • Lead the development of the HEOR strategies to support the value of assets pre-launch and/or marketed products in the relevant disease areas.
  • Lead the execution of HEOR studies and projects (including pharmacoeconomic models, Non-Interventional Studies etc.) to demonstrate the value proposition for assets in relevant disease areas.
  • Develop real-world evidence generation strategies and flawlessly execute studies (e.g., burden of illness studies, epidemiology studies etc.).
  • Identify opportunities to partner with external customers to conduct HEOR projects in support of asset and therapeutic area strategies.
  • Develop strategic partnerships and research collaborations with key external experts, healthcare policy makers, payers and various academic and community settings to support asset strategies.
  • Design, develop, conduct and manage HEOR studies for assigned product(s) and indications(s).
  • Develop, maintain and apply in-depth knowledge of role, disease state and clinical topics, market/customer landscape and emerging issues.
  • Work independently with minimal guidance, with direction and mentoring from manager and others to clarify directions and expand knowledge and skills. Proactively collaborate with various functions within and outside of US Medical Affairs to ensure alignment of activities with key partners and stakeholders.
  • Lead and/or participate in HEOR and cross-functional projects. 
  • Manage budgets, timelines and deliverables as planned.
  • Lead and/or participate in HEOR and cross-functional projects.
  • Attend customer and other external meetings to advance learning, build relationships and demonstrate Genentech’s value.
  • Participate in all required Genentech and HEOR training and development programs.
  • Comply with all internal policies and external regulations. 

Abilities:

  • Demonstrate strong leadership and communication skills: can effectively communicate through a variety of means and contribute to the development of vision and strategy in Medical Affairs teams.
  • Demonstrate abilities to manage complex projects and multiple priorities.
  • Strong orientation to teamwork: works collaboratively, effectively and efficiently with others in a matrixed team environment.
4/17/18 Assistant / Associate Clinical Scientist, gRED Early Clinical Development, OMNI Individual Contributor South San Francisco, California

The Early Clinical Development (ECD) group at Genentech is seeking a talented Assistant/Associate Clinical Scientist (rank will be commensurate with experience) who is passionate about translating preclinical discoveries into the next generation of therapies, particularly in the area of Rheumatology and Immunology. The role will focus on clinical and pre-clinical programs that explore the potential of a broad immunology portfolio with promising and diverse new agents targeting a range of inflammatory conditions.

 

Genentech has a strong commitment to developing life-changing therapies for patients with inflammatory conditions, including rheumatologic disease. We are seeking candidates with a background in drug development, pharmacology or immunology research to join the ECD group within the Genentech Research and Early Development (gRED) organization. The Clinical Scientist (CS) will work with Medical Directors and cross-functional teams on innovative science and development programs to bring novel therapies to patients with autoimmune diseases.

The CS will be integral in driving the deliverables for early clinical development programs, particularly first-in-human, Phase 1 and Phase 2 studies. The CS will contribute to clinical development strategy and clinical study design and will work closely with cross-functional teams to author study protocols, informed consent forms, investigator brochures, clinical study reports, study manuals, INDs, publications, presentations and regulatory documents. The CS will participate in the development of electronic clinical data case report forms, review data integrity and contribute to study monitoring and data analysis.

The CS will be a member of clinical sub-teams and protocol execution teams and will be expected to establish effective and collaborative relationships across the organization. The CS may serve as the clinical department’s point of contact in settings such as protocol execution teams, inquiries from study site coordinators or investigators and contract research organizations. The CS will review medical data from ongoing studies, follow-up on laboratory results and safety event documentation, and address queries, with oversight by medical monitors. The CS will support and present at advisory boards and investigator meetings. The CS will train internal, CRO and site staff on clinical aspects of study protocols.

 

All of our employees are critical to success in bringing novel medicines to patients and we are dedicated to being a great place to work. 

4/17/18 Clinical Specialist, Respiratory - Albany, NY Individual Contributor Albany, New York

Product: Esbriet/Xolair
Territory: Albany, NY


The Clinical Specialist, Respiratory Franchise Sales, manages and develops long-term relationships with physicians and other customers for the customer accounts in the assigned territory. As such, Clinical Specialists represent the assigned GNE brands and their approved indications; helping external customers such as physicians, nurses, etc. learn about the benefits of the assigned GNE brands in relation to the applicable therapeutic area/disease state. 

In pulmonology, we are focused on two novel therapies.  
  • Esbriet is for the treatment of Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis (IPF), which is a progressive and fatal lung disease and represents a critically unmet medical need. Based on various epidemiology studies and our own research, we estimate that there are between 50,000 and 70,000 patients living with IPF in the United States. Up to 15,000 to 20,000 new patients are diagnosed with IPF every year (www.knowipfnow.com). 
  • Xolair is for the treatment of moderate to severe persistent allergic asthma in patients 6 years of age or older whose asthma symptoms are not controlled by asthma medicines called inhaled corticosteroids.
You have significant field sales experience in the pharmaceutical/biotechnology industry and have the entrepreneurial spirit and drive to help build our U.S. business and team.  You have sold specialty drugs before, have experience with buy and bill products, and may have specific Pulmonology and/or orphan drug experience. You regularly demonstrate your entrepreneurialism, nimbleness, flexibility and team spirit.

You enjoy working in a team environment and collaborating with other business partners in the field who also support your customers. As an experienced field professional, you have consistently met or exceeded sales and other critical business goals and metrics in a highly complex and competitive market.

Example Duties and Responsibilities:
  • Responsible for meeting or exceeding assigned sales targets
  • Develops robust territory business plans
  • Develops strong and long-term relationships with customers in all assigned accounts
  • Presents the assigned GNE brands in a professional, compliant, ethical and effective manner; helping external customers understand the benefits and use of GNE brands
  • Monitors operating costs and compliance with territory budget
  • Complies with all laws, regulations and policies that govern the conduct of GNE activities
  • Business travel, by air or car, is regularly required
Key Competency Profile:
  • Technical & Business Expertise
  • Inspiring & Influencing
  • Achieving Results
  • Decision-Making
  • Teamwork & Collaboration
NOTE:
  • This is a remote position.
  • This position requires significant use of either a company provided or personal vehicle to perform the essential duties and responsibilities of the role. As a result, Genentech, Inc. (Company) from time to time will check your motor vehicle record for purposes of determining your eligibility for driving a Company vehicle or driving any vehicle on Company business.

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