Director Research Job Description Sample
FP1 Strategies, a public affairs and political consulting firm based in Washington, D.C., is looking for an experienced opposition researcher for our D.C.-based firm. Working with the FP1 Research Team, the Director will:
- Manage and build out research books on issues, organizations and individuals
- Prepare original research documents and backgrounders for use in client advertising and new business pitches
- Maintain the firm’s research documents and database
- Pull campaign finance reports and analyze congressional voting records
- Real-time monitor clients, issues and items of interest to clients
- Conduct bias analysis and vetting as needed
- Generate research support for client deliverables, such as op-eds and press releases
Ideal candidates will meet the following requirements:
- 3-5 years of political research experience
- Proven ability to analyze a large amount of information from a wide range of sources and synthesize it into a clear and accessible product
- Previous experience in RNC-style formatting and a keen eye for detail is a plus
- Experience using research databases (LexisNexis, Congress.gov, IQ Media, TV Eyes, FEC, Bloomberg Gov)
- Experience in online public records research and FOIA and state-level information requests
- High understanding of local, regional and national politics and current events
- Proven ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously and work as part of a team
- Able to multitask high priority projects on tight deadlines
- Willingness to work evenings and weekends as needed
- Adaptive and flexible to changing needs of the workplace
- Strong writing and editing skills
We offer competitive compensation, medical and dental insurance as well as a fast-paced work environment on a growing team with many opportunities for growth and advancement.
ABOUT FP1 STRATEGIES
FP1 Strategies LLC is a full-service agency based in Washington, D.C. specializing in political campaigns and public affairs work focused on coalition building, public relations, grassroots mobilization, advertising, digital engagement, message development, and crisis management.
With experience managing high-profile national projects in the United States and internationally, FP1’s ability to design and deploy a campaign-style, fully-integrated approach is a core competency that is unique among its competitors. FP1 is large enough to run endeavors that are multinational in scale, but the firm takes pride in its founding commitment to work harder than anyone on behalf of its clients – no matter the size of the account. This grit, creativity and focus are what FP1’s “campaign approach” truly represents.
Director Research Operations (Ft), Clinical Research Division
This Director Research Operations serves as the leader of data, regulatory, safety and monitoring, and safety operations. Represents site management and data/regulatory/monitoring/safety staff and processes across functional groups. Responsible for resource management of all clinical operations data management, regulatory, and monitoring/safety staff. Monitor and analyze metrics for workload volume, productivity, utilization and other metrics to ensure projects are conducted with optimal efficiency. As Clinical Operations leadership, initiate, lead, develop and implement key organizational and functional group initiatives within/across the therapeutic areas (TAs) (s)/subgroups including training, staff development, process improvements, quality management and other initiatives. Participate as member of therapeutic/subgroups core team with Faculty Leaders, Directors, Managers, and other functional group key representatives. Lead quality improvement and advancement in data, regulatory and monitoring/safety aspects of Clinical Operations in presentations and other interactions with our partners. In collaboration with leadership; monitor and manage budget adherence for quality in research operations
Lead efforts to ensure effective team dynamics and teamwork to maximize productivity, ensure researcher and staff satisfaction, and minimize staff turnover while maintaining high quality standards.
As Clinical Operations management, ensure that all site management and monitoring staff are trained appropriately and in compliance with the Clinical Operations Training Matrix; assess needs and collaborate with internal and external training resources as required
Collaborate with Assistant Directors, Program Managers, Project Leaders and other functional groups, across multiple projects within/across TAs/subgroups, to ensure timelines and financial goals are being met by utilizing and analyzing information in the project cost plans and other management tools.
Initiate, lead, develop and implement key organizational and Clinical Operations group initiatives within/across assigned work units
Training and development of work unit staff
Development and implementation of process improvements and guidelines (including SOPs) -Quality management initiatives (including QC/audits) -Metrics initiatives
Talent management of work unit staff
Assess overall project/subgroup metrics and study timelines across site management and monitoring; identify trends; make recommendations to operations management for process improvements/implementation of best practices across Clinical Operations.
Manage and monitor budget adherence for site management and monitoring activities per the sponsor budgets. Develop risk management plans to ensure that budgets are achieved. Ensure that delays/issues are escalated appropriately.
Provide input and approval in the development/revisions of pricing models for site management and monitoring activities and services for Clinical Operations.
Manage and monitor budget adherence for site management and monitoring activities per the sponsor budgets. Develop risk management plans to ensure that budgets are achieved. Ensure that delays/issues are escalated appropriately.
Interview job candidates and make hiring decisions for site management and monitoring positions.
Actively participate in appropriate Clinical Operations leadership meetings, department meetings and organizational meetings.
Serve as leadership resource for Clinical Operations site management and monitoring and cross functional personnel regarding the operational aspects of clinical research.
Bachelor's degree in the life sciences or a health related discipline (i.e., nursing, pharmacy, or allied healthcare field) including appropriate certification/licensure (i.e. RN, PA, RPh) or equivalent experience for those candidates who possess a minimum of 5 years directly related experience in Clinical Operations and strong clinical knowledge. Master's degree or other post-graduate training in a clinical discipline or business/health care administration preferred (MSN, Pharm.D, PhD, MD, MBA, MHA).
Associate Director / Director Of Health Economics & Outcomes Research
Novartis is recruiting for an Associate Director / Director of Health Economics & Outcomes Research. This position will be located in East Hanover, New Jersey and will be filled at a level commensurate with experience.
A global healthcare leader, Novartis, has one of the most exciting product pipelines in the industry today. It is a pipeline of innovative medicines brought to life by diverse, talented, and performance driven people.
All of this makes Novartis one of the most rewarding employers in our field. We're committed to peak performance, improving the quality of life, and embracing and leveraging diverse backgrounds, cultures and talents to achieve competitive advantage.
This position is responsible for the development and execution of robust health economics and outcomes research studies and projects, aligned with Novartis' medical strategies. This position will be responsible for strategic value demonstration planning and implementation of HE&OR studies to support product differentiation and optimize product market access. This position must also be able to actively participate in cross-functional teams, demonstrate strong leadership in the area of HE&OR, demonstrate strong clinical and commercial and access strategic thinking and be capable of managing multiple projects.
1.Provide guidance in the development of strategies to demonstrate the value of disease/products within the Medical Units within US Medical Affairs with a focus on outcomes meaningful to payer and clinical decision-makers.
2.Generate the evidence necessary to maximize the commercial value of Novartis' products by demonstrating product differentiation and economic value.
3.Fully support the creation and execution of outcomes-based contracts.
4.Ensure strategic alignment with other areas by actively participating on Medical Product Teams (MPTs) and other cross-functional teams.
5.Develop communication/publication strategies for given product and ensure all research is conducted with a high level of scientific rigor.
6.Ensure timely development of high quality deliverables (e.g. AMCP dossiers, cost-effectiveness & budget impact models and other supporting materials) to support the value proposition to our key customers.
7.Manage multiple projects and product budgets to target as directed as well as interact with vendors in the execution of HE&OR projects.
8.Interact with key customers (MCOs, Center for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS), medical experts, etc.) as needed to deliver value messages for product pricing and re-imbursement, and optimal utilization.
9.Publish and present research accomplishments at scientific conferences and forums.
10. As a member of the US HE&OR team, contribute to department strategy and objectives as well as represent US HE&OR on key initiatives.
Clinical Research Director/Sr. Clinical Research Director
MacroGenics is a leader in the discovery and development of innovative medicines that utilize our next generation antibody-based technologies. Our team of 300+ dedicated individuals is advancing a pipeline of product candidates to treat patients with cancer as well as various autoimmune disorders and infectious diseases. Our products and platforms have attracted multiple partnerships with leading pharmaceutical companies around the globe.
The Company considers its employees to be its most valuable asset and we are committed to providing opportunities for individuals to learn and grow as a means to further their professional development. MacroGenics' corporate culture promotes an atmosphere of innovation, open communication and teamwork where employees can see firsthand how they contribute to the success of the organization.
Summary of Position
The Clinical Research Director/Sr. Clinical Research Director provides medical input to all aspects of product development, for new and innovative treatments being developed in patients. Will serve as scientific and medical member for clinical team(s) working closely with clinical project lead, the regulatory Lead, and the operational lead(s) for overall programs within the therapeutic area. Develops clinical study concepts based on thorough scientific review and consultation with internal and external experts as well as senior scientists. Acts as author/developer of clinical summary and other supporting documents for regulatory submissions and for publications.
Responsibilities and Job Duties
- Collaborates with colleagues in clinical development and operations, research, bio
Pharma development and manufacturing, regulatory affairs, and product safety to participate in protocol development and the design of studies, statistical design, CRO selection and management, site monitoring, safety, clinical support of regulatory interaction, study reporting for new products that will ensure regulatory approval and commercial success.
Ensures that study design is scientifically robust, suitable to test the trial's hypothesis, and likely to meet the objectives of the study while ensuring the safety of the patients participating in the Company's sponsored clinical trials.
Interacts closely with the pre-clinical team, to understand the scientific basis of targeted therapy, and to apply this knowledge to articulating therapeutic strategies and comprehending biomarker exploration and provides clinical and medical perspective to preclinical development programs.
Responsible for medical components of the design, execution, and reporting of study protocols as well as (in collaboration with other team members) labeling and regulatory communications under the direction of the clinical leader or delegate.
Directly develops or guides development of scientific/medical portions of clinical study reports, safety reports, and regulatory submissions to assure production of high quality documents.
Directs protocol implementation, including site identification and communication, attend investigators' meetings, correspond with sites including IRBs, and interact with operations teams.
Supports data analysis and assembly, including clinical study report writing, contribution to the preparation of abstracts, presentations, and manuscripts.
Organizes clinical advisory boards, steering committees and data safety monitoring boards as required.
Acts as primary developer of clinical/scientific content for communications with regulatory agencies and IRBs/ethics boards.
Ensures the feasibility of the study by incorporating study design elements that are ethical and consistent with standard of care and applicable local practices.
Responsible for establishing and maintaining communications with prominent clinical investigators in his/her particular field of expertise.
Works with international colleagues and with external Alliance partners on research initiatives and regulatory issues.
Serving as an information resource to the Company with regard to the science of the field, the competitive landscape in research, and the current state of treatment in areas of unmet medical need.
Oversees and provides leadership to colleagues involved in clinical trial execution.
Ensures consistent practices with the highest ethical standards in compliance with internal SOPs, local regulations, and laws.
Education & Credentials
M.D., with subspecialty board eligibility/certification in oncology
Clinical Research Director
Minimum of 3 years of successful clinical research and/or drug development experience in biologics
Experience in immuno-oncology clinical research
Prior clinical development experience for/in the pharmaceutical/biotechnology industry or academic medical setting.
Possesses early phase clinical development experience
Sr. Clinical Research Director
Minimum of 5 years of successful clinical research and/or drug development experience in biologics
Several years of experience working in the field of oncology
Possesses a mix of both early and late phase clinical development experience
Two years of clinical development experience for/in the pharmaceutical/biotechnology industry setting.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
Ability to collaborate effectively with many functional areas and a positive track record of working within the team setting
Understanding of the unique product safety, clinical development and regulatory requirements of biological products
Well-regarded for intellectual strength and achievement as a clinical scientist
Effective influence and relationship management skills with internal and external partners
Demonstrate the ability to think creatively and strategically
Strong analytical and problem solving skills
Excellent written and oral communication skills demonstrating ability to organize, interpret and communicate complex information effectively and succinctly including formal and informal presentations
Strong understanding of principles of GCP, ICH and CFR
Working understanding of statistical principles and guidelines as these apply to clinical trials
None at this time
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Director Research Finance - Clinical Research Center Admin
Qualifications: Bachelor?s degree required Minimum 5 years in management of accounting/financial analysis, required Minimum 3 years of experience in managing both federal and non-federal research funds, required/ 3 years of management or team leadership supervisory experience Thorough knowledge of generally accepted accounting principles Knowledge of research accounting processes, procedures and financial controls, including revenue cycle management ? charge capture, coding, payor compliance; supply management, cost reduction principles and purchasing principles Experience and familiarity with federal compliance standards associated with receipt of federal funds and OMB A-133; knowledge of financial analysis techniques; knowledge and understanding of the expectations and requirements of external & internal auditing Thorough understanding of general ledger systems including the interfaces between the general ledger and subsystems; advanced skills in spreadsheets, databases and report writing software.
Ability to manage and understand data; motivated and intuitive thinker Ability to prioritize organize, plan, and implement services as well as handle multiple projects/problems simultaneously Demonstrated communication, leadership, and team building skills: evidence of this should include dealing well with people, effective problem solving, appropriately confronting issues, motivating others as individuals and as groups, planning, organizing and directing the activities of others. Demonstrated skill in working with minimal supervision Effective written and verbal communication Strong analytical skills for reviewing financial operations, complex transactions, new programs and contract pricing Aptitude and expertise in the use of personal computers and software including spreadsheets and word processing Ability to develop financial systems to support new or expanded operations
Nanoscience Facilities Director (Research Assistant Professor Or Research Associate Professor) - Advanced Science Research Center
FACULTY VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT
Research faculty engage in, are responsible for, manage, and/or execute significant areas of research or scholarship. They may serve as principal or co-principal investigators on grants or contracts, manage postdoctoral fellows and their research projects or supervise graduate or undergraduate student research. Research Faculty hold full-time, non-tenure track positions. While they may participate in instructional programs, such as lectures or demonstrations, they are not assigned regular teaching duties.
CAMPUS SPECIFIC INFORMATION
The Graduate Center, CUNY is the focal point for advanced teaching and research at The City University of New York (CUNY), the nation's largest urban public university. With over 35 doctoral and master's programs of the highest caliber, the Graduate Center fosters pioneering research and scholarship in the arts and sciences and prepares students for careers in universities and the private, nonprofit, and government sectors. The Graduate Center's commitment to research and scholarship for the public good is exemplified by its more than 30 centers, institutes, and initiatives, including its Advanced Science Research Center (ASRC), a 200,000 square-foot facility in upper Manhattan, designed to promote collaboration among scientists in five areas of global research and innovation: nanoscience, photonics, structural biology, neuroscience, and environmental sciences.
The Graduate Center (GC) benefits from highly ambitious and diverse students and alumni—who in turn teach hundreds of thousands of undergraduates every year. Through its public programs, the Graduate Center enhances New York City's intellectual and cultural life.
In a short period of time, the ASRC's Nanoscience Initiative has established itself as a significant research powerhouse in nanoscience in New York City. The Nanoscience Initiative now has 70 active researchers and has established three core user facilities in Nanofabrication, Imaging and Surface Science, which have over 650 registered users from across CUNY, other academic institutions and the industry. The Nanofabrication Facility is comprised of a 5,000 square feet of ISO 6 (Class 1,000) and ISO 5 (Class 100) cleanroom space and contains additional lab space for back-end processing and support areas. The Imaging Suite consists of a cryogenic TEM for life sciences, a materials science TEM, a training TEM, and a dual beam SEM / FIB / Nanomanipulator system for sample preparation. The Surface Science facility has X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS), time-of-flight secondary ion mass spectrometer (TOF-SIMS) and atomic force microscopy (AFM).
The Nanoscience Facilities Director will report to the Initiative Director and work closely with the Core Facilities Managers to ensure the effective and efficient operation, maintenance, and management of the Surface Science, Nanofabrication and Imaging facilities. The incumbent will be responsible for enhancing the organization and infrastructure necessary for continued success and growth of these cores, while ensuring the CUNY academic community can take full advantage of these facilities. S/he is expected to develop a strong understanding of the three Core Facilities, and will be responsible for enhancing the user pool to ensure efficient and safe running of facilities, and to pursue external funding and strategic partnering opportunities to support and advance the core facilities and keep them up-to-date. The Nanoscience Facilities Director will be advised by a user committee and is expected to report regularly to ASRC management on how s/he is upholding the highest standards of safety, efficiency and accountability in all areas of operation. This appointment will be at the Research Assistant Professor or Research Associate Professor rank based on qualifications and experience.
Duties include but are not limited to:
Develops a clear understanding of the mission, needs and goals of each of the three Core Facilities of the Nanoscience Initiative;
Actively participates in collaborative research within the ASRC;
Actively seeks new collaborative projects within CUNY and externally;
Leads collaborative, interdisciplinary external research funding opportunities;
Leads and develops graduate and undergraduate research training and teaching courses at the ASRC in the areas of surface science, imaging, and nanofabrication;
Supervises graduate and undergraduate students performing research in nanoscience core facilities;
Advises and trains internal and external users, with varying degrees of experience, in experimental design, sample preparation, and data interpretation; refines and adapts methodologies to fit specific experiment requirements;
Contributes to dissemination of results through workshops, seminars, and publications;
Assists the Facilities Managers in constructing robust strategic plans and setting targets, and implements means to adhere to these plans and targets;
Implements measures to maximize equipment usage and minimize down time;
Ensures consistent implementation, and continuous improvement of, standard operating and control procedures for all equipment in the core facilities;
Negotiates new equipment purchases and contracts;
Works with Facilities Managers to conduct orientations and walk-throughs for potential users and visitors;
Works with the Communications and Marketing team to create promotional media and maintain the website, highlighting each of the Nanoscience Core Facilities;
Works with the Facilities Managers to organize workshops, user meetings, and other forums to assist community building;
Leads collaborative and interdisciplinary external funding opportunities; seeks funding to support research activities and industry/academic partnerships; assists and/or leads with the preparation of grant applications, presentations and publications;
Creates and maintains relationships with user groups and other institutional bodies, as needed, including travel to these entities for in person relationship building;
Writes progress reports;
Performs other duties as assigned.
Ph.D. in area(s) of expertise or equivalent and a record of several years of successful research experience, clear evidence of ability to perform research independently or collaborate on research projects, and significant scholarship in his/her field. Also required are the ability to advise and/or oversee the direct work of others and a commitment to service in a university setting.
A preferred candidate should have:
Ph.D. in science or technical discipline closely related with at least one of the Nanoscience Initiative's Core Facilities (nanofabrication is strongly preferred).
Five years technical experience with nanofabrication, nanotechnology, electron microscopy, surface science, ideally in a user facility.
Experience in fundraising from government agencies and industry.
Experience in supervising engineers, technicians and scientists.
Excellent leadership and project management skills with ability to foster teamwork.
Exceptional managerial, technical, analytical, and evaluative and follow-through skills in a research arm of a higher education institution or government laboratory.
Excellent communication skills with the ability to write, speak, and present effectively to a wide variety of audiences including academics and industry representatives.
Ability to collaborate with peers and work effectively with diverse stakeholders at various organizational levels.
A firm commitment to CUNY's mission of creating access to excellent higher education for a diverse urban population.
Demonstrated ability to prioritize work and meet tight deadlines.
Ability to think strategically.
Strong attention to details.
Strong organizational skills.
CUNY offers faculty a competitive compensation and benefits package covering health insurance, pension and retirement benefits, paid parental leave, and savings programs. We also provide mentoring and support for research, scholarship, and publication as part of our commitment to ongoing faculty professional development.
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Job Title: Nanoscience Facilities Director (Research Assistant Professor or Research Associate Professor) - Advanced Science Research Center
Job ID: 18372
Location: Graduate Center
Director Of Clinical Research - Clinical Research Project Management Office
Job Title: Director of Clinical Research | Clinical Research Project Management Office | Sioux Falls
City: Sioux Falls
State: South Dakota
Department : CLINICAL RESEARCH - SERV ADMIN
Job Schedule: Full Time
Hours Per Shift: 8 hr
Responsible for the day to day operations of assigned laboratory focus, providing general oversight, management and leadership for large scale multi-site research projects. Provide oversight for development and implementation of new research projects.
Assure that good research practices are followed in the conduct of specific research projects by.Possess an in-depth knowledge of federal regulations and guidance documents for the conduct of research. Having the skills and ability to implement all aspects of focused research study protocols. Assuring compliance with protocol and regulatory requirements by having mechanisms in place for quality assurance and through the management of research staff and studies.Performs all responsibilities and duties in accordance with institution policy and procedures and the overall goals and objectives of Sanford Research.
Responsible for overseeing data collection sites, compiling and analyzing data, writing reports, identifying funding sources and assisting with grant writing. Define scope of work, deliverables and timelines for various projects, will make decisions regarding allocation of personnel and other resources, budgetary responsibilities for cost centers, present findings and updates.Must possess ability to implement research protocol in the subject discipline with the ability to trouble shoot issues. Must possess knowledge of modern research methods, data collection and analysis.
Must have significant experience in presenting and evaluating data. Ability to work collaboratively with a research group or team. General level of knowledge of project management, decision-making, and analytical skills.
Strong verbal, written, and interpersonal communication skills. May have knowledge in more than one scientific area.
The Director will be responsible for day-to-day operations of the Clinical Research Project Management Office across the Sanford footprint, and will be charged with creating and maintaining investigator-initiated (IIR) policies and procedures. In addition, the Director will manage the IIR portfolio in oncology and non-oncology, along with associated workload/deliverables in alignment with institutional and departmental strategic plans.
The Director will have primary oversight and provide direction to the project management, biostatistics, data management, and monitoring components of the department. The Director is responsible for ensuring all study activities are completed by strictly following Good Clinical Practices (GCP) and all current local, state, and federal laws, regulations, guidance, policy and procedure developed by the Institutional Review Board (IRB), Food and Drug Administration (FDA), and Code of Federal Regulations (CFR). Sanford Research is a multi-site institution and occasional local travel between sites may be required.
ACRP or SoCRA certification preferred. Bachelors degree required.
Masters degree in related area preferred. Minimum of 5 years management experience preferred.
About Sanford Health:
At Sanford Health, we are dedicated to the work of health and healing. Every day, we show that commitment by delivering the highest quality of care to the communities we serve. We are leaders in health care and strive to provide patients across the region with convenient access to expert medical care, leading-edge technologies and world-class facilities.
In addition to strong clinical care, we are also committed to research, education and community growth. We engage in medical research to not only discover innovative ways to provide care, but also cures for common diseases. We continuously seek new ways to achieve our vision of improving the human condition here in your community, across the region and around the world.
The entire team at Sanford Health recognizes the value of healthy families and communities. We continue to gain momentum and expand our reach. Together, we can make a positive difference now, and in the future.
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employment eligibility, Sanford participates in E-Verify. To learn more click here for English Version at https://e-verify.uscis.gov/emp/media/resourcesContents/EverifyPosterEnglish.pdf or here for Spanish Version at https://e-verify.uscis.gov/emp/media/resourcesContents/EverifyPosterSpanish.pdf .
City: Sioux Falls
State: South Dakota
Job Function: Research
Job Schedule: Full Time
Req Number: req18930
Managing VP, Research Business Analytics, Research Director
The Managing Vice President of the Research Business Analytics is responsible for leading and developing a growing global team of high-performing business data analysts, data scientists, modelers and forecasters who arm executives and managers with the strategic and operational insights necessary to manage and advance a high-growth business.
Leading, motivating, developing and coaching team managers and senior level individual contributors. Expanding and continuously improving the team's influence and impact with executives and senior leaders.
Providing thought leadership and strategic vision to drive the creation and implementation of innovative, long-term, global solutions that meet strategic business unit and corporate goals and expand and improve Research and Advisory functions and services.
Partnering with Research management to strategize, analyze and take decisions of significant business and financial impact to the Research and Advisory organization and the overall Gartner business.
Providing business expertise, strategic vision, innovation, line and business management and thought leadership to drive continuous improvements in the value Research and Advisory Strategy and Research Business Analytics deliver to the business.
Serving as an active member of the Research and Advisory Strategy Leadership Team, working with Research senior management to devise appropriate solutions to business-critical needs and problems.
Providing leadership, business guidance and coaching within a global function, making informed decisions and having autonomy, along with ultimate responsibility, to ensure deliverables. Managing all aspects of Research Business Analytics inclusive of resources, budget & deliverables.
Prioritizing multiple competing time demands, balancing workload across the team, managing a high performance culture, and building breadth-and-depth as the team expands to support increasing business demands.
Driving complex projects aligned to high priority business objectives, and working closely with partners across the business including IT, Finance, HR, Product Management, Events and Sales.
Partnering with IT to drive a complex portfolio of CAPEX and integration initiatives within the Business Intelligence domain. Providing the strategic vision for the portfolio and all its components and driving execution against that vision.
Delivering key capabilities through reporting and analytics, dashboards, self-serve analytics tools and the successful execution of complex projects while driving continuous improvement in the business analytic capabilities across Research & Advisory leadership and Gartner as a whole.
Driving the strategic evolution of current analytic capabilities while further expanding advanced analytic, data visualization and machine learning capabilities.
15+ years progressive business experience, preferably in a strategy, analytics or business consulting role, including 5+ years building and leading teams responsible for strategic analytics, executive reporting and the development and deployment of dashboards and self-serve analytic tools.
Results-oriented leader with excellent business vision and strategic thinking and a proven track record of solving complex problems, thinking creatively and successfully drawing the larger business story out of facts and data.
Strong knowledge of general business practices with a proven ability to establish trusted business relationships across business units, gain consensus and drive action from a large, diverse global set of constituents.
Demonstrated ability to lead projects and teams in a fast-paced environment and to inspire rapid adoption of change in a complex matrixed organization with distributed virtual teams. Ability to prioritize & handle multiple requests concurrently and consistently deliver superior results in a timely fashion.
Demonstrated ability to develop and deliver compelling executive-level presentations. Excellent verbal & written communication skills with demonstrated ability to convey complex concepts and analyses in an accessible and compelling way.
In-depth knowledge of data governance and statistical principles and their application to data analysis, advanced analytics, modeling and forecasting. Familiarity with relational databases and SQL coupled with facility with programming languages, statistical packages and BI toolsets.
Bachelor's Degree required. Master's and/or Doctoral degree strongly preferred. Degrees with a concentration in statistics, data science, operational research, finance or economics preferred.
Job ID 00019955
Deputy Director (Nyc) Executive Division – Research And Analytics Department
Bachelor's degree required; advanced degree preferred;
Five plus (5+) years of relevant experience in research or related fields, including at least two (2) years of management or supervisory experience;
Demonstrated qualitative and quantitative research abilities;
Experience with analytic database tools (SQL) and data scripting languages (python strongly preferred);
Excellent oral, written, and presentation communication skills, including communicating technical concepts and results to a non-technical audience;
Ability to work in a high-paced, deadline-oriented environment;
Highly organized, self-directed, and curious;
Personable and positive, with a high level of integrity; and
Commitment to public service and social/economic justice.
Duties Description The Research and Analytics Department in the New York State Office of the Attorney General (OAG) is seeking to fill the position of Deputy Director in New York City. The Research and Analytics Department is part of the Executive Division and works closely with senior staff and divisions throughout the office to support the OAG's major initiatives, investigations, and policy development. In the past year alone, the Research and Analytics Department has researched and written analytical reports garnering national attention, created and directed multi-million dollar grant programs, and supported several of the office's major investigations. This position will report to the Director of Research and Analytics.
Employing over 1,700 people across New York State, the OAG is both the "People's Lawyer" and the State's chief legal officer. The OAG serves all New Yorkers in numerous legal and regulatory arenas, including vigorously protecting the rights of investors and consumers, coordinating state-wide criminal investigations, promoting economic and social justice, encouraging harm reducing public health strategies, and preserving the State's environment. The OAG also advises the Executive branch of State government and defends actions and proceedings on behalf of the State.
Responsibilities of the Deputy Director will include but not be limited to:
Assisting in the leadership of the research department through agenda setting, quality control and idea generation;
Providing project management to complex cases and projects;
Coordinating the development of OAG-issued reports;
Recruiting, hiring, training, and supervising research interns and junior staff;
Developing thorough analysis for complex or sensitive, matters;
Providing quantitative data expertise to the department;
Proactively identifying new areas for investigation or analysis;
Discovering new research techniques or sources of information;
Helping to develop and review research products of junior level researchers;
Building relationships on behalf of the Research and Analytics Department both internally and externally; and
Performing other duties as required.
Additional Comments Salary to be determined commensurate with experience.
Candidates from diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply. The Office is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to work place diversity.
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Leader, Health Economics & Outcomes Research Associate Director
The primary role of this position is to lead the HealthEconomics and Outcomes Research (HEOR) strategy and their tactical executionfor non-malignant hematologic products specifically focused on pipelineproducts.
In this role, the individual will ensure the successfulimplementation of HEOR tactics through appropriate research design, projectmanagement, analysis, interpretation and dissemination of HEOR evidence, obtaining
Patient Reported Outcomes labeling claims, and communication of appropriateHEOR key value messages for products in clinical development. This rolerequires the individual to collaborate cross-functionally with individuals andteams in Clinical Development, Clinical Operations, Medical Affairs, Marketing,Patient & Stakeholder Advocacy, Payer& Channel Marketing, and other allied functions in demonstrating andleveraging the HEOR value proposition of Bioverativ's products.
This role will reside in HealthEconomics and Outcomes Research group within the Value and Assess team.
Conceptualize, implement, and manage HEOR projects from inception to completion for PhII-PhIV phases of research, including publication, dissemination, and presentation.
Design and conduct robust retrospective analyses to support burden of disease, treatment patterns, and total costs of care.
Develop economic models and analysis to understand pricing thresholds and key value drivers to optimize the value proposition and defend price and access at launch.
Develop a comprehensive and compelling HEOR publication strategy, in alignment with the scientific communication strategy to appropriately disseminate the generated HEOR evidence.
Contribute to the development of affiliate tools including value dossiers, models, and calculators for submission to reimbursement authorities and formulary committees.
Participate as an integral member of clinical development and launch readiness teams for inline or pipeline products.
Design and oversee strategies to obtain regulatory approval of PRO (health-related quality of life) claims including engagement and negotiation with the FDA and COA teams.
- Post-graduate degree – PhD, MD, or PharmD with 5+ years of relevant industry experience, or
- MS, MPH, MBA with 7+ years of relevant experience in health economics within a pharmaceutical or health organization.
Knowledge & skills:
Strong track-record of being results-driven and demonstrating clear accountability for achieving business success.
Strong presentation and interpersonal skills with demonstrated ability in participating and leading cross-functional teams, excellent skills in leading without authority, and negotiating and managing through influence.
Demonstrated understanding of the dynamics of the US and global health care systems and financing mechanisms.
Creative thinker; ability to develop innovative solutions within a complicated reimbursement environment.
Strong methodological, quantitative and analytical skills combined with a sound understanding of how to successfully apply HEOR principles to support the enterprise.
Demonstrated understanding of legal and regulatory issues impacting HE/PRO labeling and promotional claims.
Ability to work with large retrospective databases including reimbursement claims databases, electronic medical records, and other data platforms.
Strong project management skills with oversight experience in both internal and external projects are necessary.
Publication/presentation track record with experience in medical/scientific writing, internal/external educational training on interpretation of HEOR data and resulting tools, third party payer support and KOL development.
Ability to work independently on all assigned tasks and projects.
Bioverativ is a global biotechnology company dedicated to transforming the lives of people with hemophilia and other rare blood disorders through world-class research, development and commercialization of innovative therapies. Launched in 2017 as an independent company spun out of Biogen's hemophilia business, we build upon a strong heritage of scientific innovation and are committed to actively working with the rare blood disorders community. The company's mission is to create progress for patients where they need it most and its hemophilia therapies when launched represented the first major advancements in hemophilia treatment in more than two decades. For more information, visit www.bioverativ.com or follow @bioverativ on Twitter.
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