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Opportunity: Director, Real World Research, Data Development (#1001993) @ Bristol-Myers Squibb--Princeton, NJ (US)
Submitted by Jody Aikawa; posted on Monday, November 22, 2010
Articulate real world data strategy in light of R&D pipeline priorities, evolving data needs and IT Informatics data platform strategy; ensure RWD projects, tasks and deliverables fit strategy. Assess BMS R&D information needs prospectively; identify gaps in data resources, determine options to fill gap; assist R&D operational areas define data needs and propose solutions on insource or outsource basis. Manage a project portfolio driven by complex organizational matrix engagement. Understand competitive landscape related to development and uses of information resources and implementation of analytic tools (PRO surveys, etc). Work closely w IT Informatics on development and implementation of RWR platform; maintain thorough understanding of BMS platform architecture, development plans; partner on infrastructure planning to meet future real world data resource needs.

* 7+ years experience in pharmaceutical industry information management and strategy
* Masters degree in IT or research field; 5+ years IT project management experience
* Experience overseeing contract development, execution and oversight
* Experience developing partnerships with external organizations preferred
* Implementation of data platform / architecture / infrastructure and related maintenance standards and protocols
* Understanding of research analytic tools
* Strong interpersonal, written and oral communication skills

Princeton, NJ

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