Johnson & Johnson Family of Companies is currently recruiting for a Global Community Impact, US/CAN Regional Manager. The position will be based in New Jersey.
Caring for the world, one person at a time, has inspired and united the people of Johnson & Johnson for over 125 years. We embrace research and science -- bringing innovative ideas, products and services to advance the health and well-being of people. Employees of the Johnson & Johnson Family of Companies work with partners in health care to touch the lives of over a billion people every day, throughout the world.
With $71.9 billion in 2016 sales, Johnson & Johnson is the world's most comprehensive and broadly based manufacturer of health care products, as well as a provider of related services, for the consumer, pharmaceutical, and medical devices and diagnostics markets. There are more than 265 Johnson & Johnson operating companies employing approximately 126,500 people and with products touching the lives of over a billion people every day, throughout the world.
Thriving on a diverse company culture, celebrating the uniqueness of our employees and committed to inclusion. Proud to be an equal opportunity employer.
BE VITAL in your Career; be seen for the talent you bring to your work. Explore opportunities within the Johnson & Johnson Family of Companies.
Global Community Impact is embarking on a new strategic direction focused on championing and supporting people on the frontlines at the heart of delivering care. This position will implement the NA GCI strategy and support the x-sector business leadership. This position reports into the Regional Lead for GCI North-America. Qualifications
The GCI US/CAN role will be responsible for implementing the US and Canadian Community Impact strategy. This position requires leadership, strategic focus, management expertise, personal initiative and excellent relationship building skills. The Regional Manager is a key member of the NA GCI team and supports the regional governance structure.
1. Works with a cross functional and cross sector team.
2. Coordination of partnerships and investments aligned with the overall GCI mission.
3. Nurture the philanthropic portfolio aspect through strategic giving.
4. Bring focus and measurable impact in close collaboration with the x-sector NA business leadership as well as other functional areas and GPH.
5. Bring social innovation to live through proof of concept, scaling and acceleration.
6. Create internal and external alliances and identify opportunities for added value.
7. Convene meetings, broker new relations and actively pursue systemic impact driven interventions.
• Strong leadership and teamwork skills.
• Supervisory and managerial skills.
• Analytical, communication and advocacy skills.
• Project management skills including strategy development, team leadership, budget monitoring
• Solutions and results oriented and able to deal with ambiguity.
• Ability to work with a diverse set of partners to design and implement innovative alliances on a North-American scale.
• Demonstrated practices in a multi-cultural environment and established harmonious and effective working relationships, both within and outside the functional area of the organization.
• Ability to engage and influence levels of management internal and external.
• Work ethos that’s collaborative, flexible, agile, passionate, self-directed and entrepreneurial in nature.
Required Leadership Competencies
• Live Our Credo – Demonstrates and inspires the behaviors that reinforce Our Credo.
• Connect – Cultivates meaningful external relationships and partnerships outside of J&J, adding value and insights for the enterprise; insight-driven to proactively uncover critical unmet needs and turn them into new opportunities.
• Shape – Translates insights into innovative and viable products or solutions, creating value; challenges the status quo and leads change management activities, creating positive change; takes and properly manages risks, while maintaining the highest standards of quality and compliance, contributing to value creation.
• Lead - Takes ownership for talent acquisition, performance and development in a way that enhances the performance and development of self and others; maximizes and leverages diverse perspectives, backgrounds and talent to generate innovative ideas or solutions to address organizational challenges; engages in and encourages others to have transparent and constructive conversations and encourages others, contributing to a high-performing organization.
• Deliver - empowers people to act with speed, agility, and accountability, enabling them to achieve organizational goals and strategies; makes decisions and takes actions based on a global and enterprise-wide mindset that adds value across the enterprise; balances short- and long-term strategic choices, positions the organization to achieve both short-term and expected future results.
1. Minimum 8+ years of experience in field(s) of social development, community development and social innovation or relevant multiple business experience.
2. Bachelor’s Degree.
3. Track record of dynamic leadership in working with effective teams across borders and cultures.
4. Deliver upon commitments in a variety of functions.
5. Proven track record of creativity, and innovative practices and programs in diverse work settings in private as well as civil or public sector in the US/Canadian context.
6. Ability to combine scientific, innovation and technology skills for profound social/health impact.
7. Able to travel for 20% of time domestic and international.Preferred:
1. Master’s or relevant business degree.
2. Experience working in a decentralized and matrixed environment
3. Experience working in a large multi-national company and global corporate function a plus
4. Spanish language skills. Primary Location
United States-New Jersey-Organization
Johnson & Johnson (6067)Job Function