Associate Director, Program Management, Hematologic Malignancies Oncology Portfolio Team Lead

  • Company: Johnson & Johnson
  • Location: Horsham, Pennsylvania
  • Posted: March 28, 2017
  • Reference ID: 4814170315-en-us

Janssen Scientific Affairs, LLC is recruiting for an Associate Director, Program Management, Hematologic Malignancies Oncology Portfolio Team Lead to be located in Horsham, PA.

At the Janssen Pharmaceutical Companies of Johnson & Johnson, what matters most is helping people live full and healthy lives. We focus on treating, curing and preventing some of the most devastating and complex diseases of our time. And we pursue the most promising science, wherever it might be found.

Janssen Scientific Affairs, LLC is dedicated to providing medical information and consultative support to the Janssen pharmaceutical companies.

We are Janssen. Our mission drives us. Our patients inspire us. We collaborate with the world for the health of everyone in it.
This individual will be a part of the Hematologic Malignancies Oncology Program Management Team:
  • In close collaboration with the Therapeutic Area Strategic Lead(s), this role will be responsible for driving cross-functional integration of operational activities, including coordinating across workgroups, issue identification and resolution, problem solving, contingency planning and decision-making. 
  • As part of these activities (but not limited to), this individual will lead program management activities for planned Advisory Board meetings and ensure quality and timeliness of relevant reports (e.g. metrics) to be delivered to MA Leadership as required.
  • May be asked to lead project management support for special projects within the Oncology group, such as launch support or process development.  Additionally, this role will manage the research budget for their assigned Therapeutic Area(s), including partnering with Operating Company and GCDO Finance to ensure minimal budget variance and to manage any foreseen risks. 
  • TA Meetings: Prepare Agenda & Minutes for key meetings
  • Prepare Presentations/Reports for Sr. Management
Clinical Project Management for TA Company Sponsored Trials:
  • Provide leadership for all clinical project management for ongoing and new research activities (e.g. Company Sponsored Trials, Expanded Access Programs) for Hematologic Malignancies Oncology Portfolio.
  • Coordination of the project plan creation/revision and maintenance, as well as all project-related documentation. 
  • As a leader on the Study Team, this individual will identify issues and potential operational hurdles within a project and propose options for resolution in coordination with the Medical Monitor, GCDO GTM and MA Operations.
  • Develop & Maintain Timelines
  • Lead Resource Planning
  • Lead Cross-Functional Meetings, including agenda/minutes
Program Management Lead for Strategic Planning:
  • Lead their assigned Therapeutic Area Team(s) in short & long-term strategic planning, including portfolio planning and business planning activities.
  • In partnership with the Therapeutic Area Lead(s), this individual will be responsible for the overall development of the annual business plan for their assigned Therapeutic Area(s).
  • Partner with the assigned Integrated Evidence Team Leader on the development,  maintenance, and delivery of the Integrated Evidence Generation Plans (IEGP) for their assigned Therapeutic Area(s).
  • Business Plan Development
  • Accountable for tracking Strategy/Tactic/Deliverable details, including risks and issue management
TA Communications:
  • Develop communication plans
  • Maintain SharePoint
  • Cascade information to team

  • Minimum of a Bachelors degree required. Master’s or doctoral degree in the life sciences, medical sciences, chemistry, or business preferred.
  • Minimum 8 years post degree industry experience required, including a minimum of five years in project management with experience in resource planning, critical path and contingency planning required. 
  • Clinical project management experience is required. 
  • Previous Oncology experience desired.
  • Previous work in international and multidisciplinary drug development teams with knowledge of regulatory and business requirements.  Exhibiting strong analytical skills for integrating and interpreting international and interdisciplinary project information.
  • Expert leadership skills in a team environment. Strong interpersonal skills for bridging between scientific and business participants, for negotiating timelines and for effective interactions with all levels of the organization.
  • Expert problem solving skills developing creative solutions to maintain project timelines; ability to resolve conflicts in an objective fashion
  • Strong planning and tracking skills, capable of managing multiple projects, excellent time management with respect to priorities and self-management.
  • Core competencies to include delivery of results, gaining commitment, interdependent partnering, customer focus, team development, building trust, change management, decision making, masters complexity, innovation, communications, delegating responsibility, coaching and developing others.
  • Position is located in Horsham, PA.  Must currently reside or be willing and able to relocate to within a commutable distance to Horsham, PA.

Primary Location
United States-Pennsylvania-Horsham
Janssen Scientific Affairs, LLC (6120)
Job Function
Medical Affairs
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