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    Opportunity: Planning & Execution Lead (#1305488) @ Bristol-Myers Squibb -- Princeton, NJ (US)
    Submitted by Jody Aikawa; posted on Friday, November 08, 2013


    This position manages the Biometric processes of drug development projects including key aspects such as clinical trials reporting and regulatory filing activities. This position is responsible for the strategic planning and execution of GBS deliverables on one or more development projects, including program planning, project management, oversight and coordination of internal GBS resources and vendor activities, metrics tracking and compliance with regulatory requirements/guidelines and corporate/departmental policies, procedures and standards. This role has significant interfaces within GBS, with external vendors, and the cross-functional Development Team. This person reports toa Planning and Execution Manager and has no direct supervisory responsibilities.


    • Graduate degree and/or relevant experience in statistics, biostatistics, mathematics, computer science or business administration
    • >7 years of Pharmaceutical/R&D or other related experience in a regulated environment
    • Experience managing the programming and/or statistical aspects of clinical trials reporting for regulatory filings and market access
    • Vendor management experience
    • Functional Success Criteria:
    • * Statistical, medical, and clinical trials knowledge
    • * Project management skills


    Princeton, NJ


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