Janssen Research & Development, L.L.C., a division of Johnson & Johnson's Family of Companies is recruiting for an Associate Director, located in Spring House, PA.
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The Associate Scientific Director of Biologics Toxicology will be a part of Janssen BioTherapeutics and will support the development of novel biotherapeutic therapies which may include first-in-class technologies, stem cell therapies, monoclonal and bispecific antibodies, alternative scaffolds, nucleic acid therapeutics, and protein molecules. The Associate Scientific Director of Biologics Toxicology will have a desire for learning and innovation, and continue career development through participation in training courses and scientific meetings, and increase visibility for self, JBIO and J&J through publications, participation in external organizations, and presentations at major scientific, industry, and regulatory meetings.
Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
- Providing strategic and scientific input to multidisciplinary Project Teams progressing biotherapeutics through the development process from discovery to marketing and life cycle management
- Identify and analyze high-impact, complex, and cross-department scientific and technical issues and gaps
- Lead cross-functional subteams
- Interface with worldwide regulatory agencies and prepare nonclinical sections of regulatory filings
- Collaborate with Contract Research Organizations in the design of protocols, conduct of studies, data interpretation, and preparation of final reports
- Contribute to scientific and technical decisions on the acquisition of new products and projects
- Have a desire for learning and innovation, and continue career development through participation in training courses and scientific meetings, and increase visibility for self, JBIO and J&J through publications, participation in external organizations, and presentations at major scientific, industry, and regulatory meetings
- Development of all employees within the department by supporting the development of Human Resources Planning (HRP) programs including management development and training to meet current and future business needs and provide an environment, which encourages the company's commitment to equal employment opportunity and the value of a diverse work force
United States-Pennsylvania-Spring HouseOrganization
Janssen Research & Development, LLC. (6084)Job Function
Toxicology ResearchRequisition ID
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