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Sales & Marketing Administrative Assistant
MISTRAS strives to provide a positive work environment that values excellence in safety and quality, free from discrimination and harassment. Every MISTRAS employee plays a part in our Company's success and making this a great place to work. We are committed to a work place where all employees are free to raise issues, concerns and questions for the improvement of our operations and work environment. Safety is the overriding priority in everything we do; all duties critical to safety, quality, and environmental protection are carried out in compliance with all requirements and with personal accountability.
The Sales & MarCom Administrative Assistant is responsible for providing administrative support to both the Group VP of Sales and the Group Director of MarCom. Administrative assistants are responsible for assisting in the day-to-day operations of both the Sales & MarCom departments. Duties will include phone coverage, document handling and archiving, organization, scheduling, and other various administrative duties.
Effectively and confidentially represent Mistras with both internal and external customers/ stakeholders.
Assist with planning/coordination of Conferences, Trade Shows, Sales Trainings, and other Sales & MarCom events.
Assist with compiling, processing, and administering Sales Team commission reports.
Assist in submittal and tracking of daily time cards, weekly time sheets, vacation planning, and annual attendance for Sales & MarCom teams.
Compile data and prepare all necessary weekly, monthly, quarterly and annual reports, as needed.
Assist with booking travel arrangements, processing invoices, and purchasing of supplies, as needed.
Assist Sales & MarCom departments with other duties as required, including planning & general organizational activities.
Two plus years of experience in a related position and/or a high school diploma.
Strong attention to detail.
Excellent planning, documentation, and verbal/written communication skills; able to effectively communicate with others.
Must be proficient with basic computer software such as the Microsoft Office suite (Excel, Word, etc.).
Must be able to respond to multiple competing obligations while meeting deadlines.
Must have high initiative, high energy and intensity and be capable of learning and executing.
Ability to work independently and to carry out assignments to completion.
ESSENTIAL PHYSICAL FUNCTIONS:
- Frequent lifting up to 30 lbs.
This job description reflects management's assignment of essential functions; it does not prescribe or restrict the tasks that may be assigned.
Mistras offers all Full-Time employees Medical, Dental, & Vision benefits along with a competitive 401K plan!
Private Equity Fund Controller - Associate
Technology & Operations
BlackRock is a global leader in investment management, risk management and advisory services for institutional and retail clients. At December 31, 2017, BlackRock's AUM was $6.3 trillion. BlackRock helps clients around the world meet their goals and overcome challenges with a range of products that include mutual funds, iShares® (exchange-traded funds), alternative investments, separate accounts and other pooled investment vehicles. BlackRock also offers risk management, advisory and enterprise investment system services to a broad base of institutional investors through BlackRock Solutions®. As of December 31, 2017, the firm had approximately 16,000 employees in more than 30 countries and a major presence in global markets, including North and South America, Europe, Asia, Australia and the Middle East and Africa. For additional information, please visit the Company's website at www.blackrock.com | Twitter: @blackrock_news | Blog: www.blackrockblog.com
The Global Accounting and Product Services group is responsible for providing operational support to BlackRock's portfolio management teams and clients. Together with financial statements and audit oversight, the US Fund Services has responsibility for all NAV and fund accounting matters, carried out by a number of teams in different locations. Global Accounting and Product Services is central to BlackRock's operations in providing subject matter expertise, monitoring fund administrator service delivery in relation to fund accounting and financial reporting, monitoring operational capacity for new products, contributing to projects in relation to product launches and liaising with fund administrators, auditors, fund directors and portfolio managers. The group is comprised of a number of teams and is organized both functionally and regionally.
We are seeking an Associate level candidate in the Global Accounting and Product Services team in Princeton, NJ that supports our alternative investment team for BlackRock's largest closed ended alternative investment group, Private Equity. The business demand is high as capital inflows pour into Private Equity and the firm is looking for a driven candidate to grow with the team.
Ensure a best in class control environment exists internally in an oversight capacity and externally within our 3rd party administrators
Partner with internal stakeholders who support the same product set, including our portfolio management, legal, tax, product strategy, corporate accounting and finance and all other necessary groups
Support the business in the successful launch of new products or the liquidation of legacy products at the end of their stated term
Review NAVs of the firm's alternative investment fund products, including detailed review and analysis of key reconciliations and fee calculations.
Facilitate cash management decision making for portfolio management or middle office teams to ensure proper capital call and distributions are processed timely.
Provide input on annual audited financial statements in conjunction with the alternative financial reporting group.
Product management responsibilities including liaising with funds' independent auditors, tax providers and administrators to ensure proper close-out of all open inquiries.
Support required regulatory filings, such as Form PQR, Form PF, and AIFMD filings.
Communicate performance results to investors and resolve investors' questions.
Custom reporting and projects for investor specific needs.
Partnering and communicating with various internal business units regarding fund products and performance data.
Group project opportunities related to implementation of new product accounting, operational procedures, and planning / evaluating technology enhancements.
Support the investment and business team with marketing and product launches
3 to 7+ years of relevant investment/fund accounting or public accounting (audit) experience, specifically supporting closed end alternative investment funds, Private Equity a plus.
BS/BA degree in finance/ accounting, CPA a plus
Excellent communication skills (written and verbal)
Strong accounting skills, including knowledge of US GAAP and financial statement presentation for investment companies
Strong organizational, analytical, problem-solving and planning skills, including the ability to multitask
Strong technical abilities to guide providers from an accounting decision making perspective with an ability to get in the weeds where necessary with the internal team
Ability to manage projects, work under pressure and meet deadlines in a fast paced and team oriented environment. Management experience a plus
Proficient in Microsoft Office products, emphasis on Excel. Experience with VBA is a plus
Ability to work and deliver results independently, a self-starter
BlackRock helps investors build better financial futures. As a fiduciary to investors and a leading provider of financial technology, our clients turn to us for the solutions they need when planning for their most important goals. As of March 31, 2019, the firm managed approximately $6.52 trillion in assets on behalf of investors worldwide. For additional information on BlackRock, please visit www.blackrock.com/us/individual | Twitter: @blackrock | Blog: www.blackrockblog.com | LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/company/blackrock.
BlackRock is proud to be an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer. We evaluate qualified applicants without regard to race, color, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, protected veteran status, and other statuses protected by law.
BlackRock will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest or conviction records in a manner consistent with the requirements of the law, including any applicable fair chance law.
Vice President, Regulatory Affairs
NRG is the leading integrated power company in the U.S., built on the strength of our diverse competitive electric generation portfolio and leading retail electricity platform. A Fortune 500 company, NRG creates value through best-in-class operations, reliable and efficient electric generation, and a retail platform serving residential and commercial businesses. Working with electricity customers large and small, we implement sustainable solutions for producing and managing energy, developing smarter energy choices and delivering exceptional service as our retail electricity providers serve almost three million residential and commercial customers throughout the country.
More information is available at www.nrg.com. Connect with NRG Energy on Facebook and follow us on Twitter @nrgenergy.
NRG seeks a Vice President of Regulatory Affairs to lead the Company's Regulatory Affairs group, with responsibility for retail and wholesale market design. With over 20 GW of generation and 3 million retail customers, NRG is a leading provider of customer-centric energy solutions. The successful candidate will oversee a national strategy of supporting competitive market-based approaches at the state, federal and retail level, all aimed at enhancing customer choice and decarbonizing our electricity markets.
Direct NRG's 50-state regulatory strategy focusing on enhancing competition in the wholesale and retail markets
Engage with senior company stakeholders to develop and enact policies that support commercial priorities, focusing on the wholesale energy and retail energy markets
Direct the ongoing advocacy work of NRG's Regulatory Affairs groups to develop and implement competitive clean energy markets that work in concert with competitive retail and wholesale markets, in conjunction with NRG's Government Affairs team
Ensure that State green power programs are implemented in a manner consistent with a well-functioning wholesale and retail markets
Serve as spokesperson representing the Company's interests before various regulatory agencies.
Develop and deliver messages regarding the benefits of competition to all stakeholders, including applicable Commissions, legislators, and other groups
Direct the Company's relationship with industry trade associations
Develop policy white papers and other advocacy documents
Communicate Company position on regulatory issues by responding to formal and informal requests for information, providing briefing papers, scheduling and attending meetings with internal and external contacts
Establish and maintain communications with members of state regulatory agencies
Understand goals, strategies and tactics of the retail and wholesale and retail segments of the business
Coordinate activities with other departments relative to identifying, researching, and formulating Company positions, strategies, or responses on current issues or trends
Monitor regulatory proceedings to identify trends, issues or decisions which might affect the Company's regulatory objectives
Performs various other additional duties as assigned
Fast-paced working environment with relatively short and competing deadlines. Overtime required. Some travel and overnight stays as required
Position located in Princeton, NJ
Bachelor's degree in business, public policy, economics, engineering or similar degree from an accredited four-year college or university is required
Ten or more years' experience with electricity markets at the wholesale and/or retail level.
Experience in integrating carbon considerations into the organized markets
Experience advocating for competitive market solutions
- Master's degree in Business, Public Administration, Public Affairs, Law degree, or related field preferred
Additional Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
Requires critical thinking skills, keen judgment and the ability to work independently
Demonstrated ability to maintain confidentiality
Demonstrated superior writing and presentation skills
Ability to work well both independently and with others
Must have the ability to manage and prioritize multiple projects and requests simultaneously in a fast-paced work environment under tight deadlines
Must be a highly motivated self-starter
Must demonstrate excellent interpersonal, communication (written and oral), teamwork, leadership, and organizational skills
Must be able to communicate information to a variety of audiences, both internal and external to the Company
Must be able to coordinate with others outside of direct functional area of responsibility
Must exercise initiative, good judgment, professionalism, and leadership, particularly related to communicating the Company's position
Proficient in MS Word, Excel, and PowerPoint software
NRG Energy is committed to a drug and alcohol free workplace. To the extent permitted by law and any applicable collective bargaining agreement, employees are subject to periodic random drug testing, and post-accident and reasonable suspicion drug and alcohol testing. EOE AA M/F/Protected Veteran Status/Disability
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Level, Title and/or Salary may be adjusted based on the applicant's experience or skills.
Official description on file with Human Resources
One year experience in guest-focused business (e.g. retail, restaurant, hospitality, etc.).
Working knowledge of all theatre crew functions.
Strong oral and written communication skills.
Proficiency in MS Suite.
Lead and develop theatre crew and supervisors to perform the "essential functions" of their positions.
Provide direct supervision and guidance to crew members.
Ensure that associates satisfy all AMC guest service standards.
Ensure proper staffing in each area.
Perform daily, opening, and closing operational and administrative duties.
Reinforce guest and operational focus through MBWA (Managing By Walking Around).
Review financial numbers to optimize financial results and the guest experience.
Take ownership of the successful completion of personal training program.
Oversee an individual theatre department as assigned, if applicable.
Assist with hiring, training, developing, and appropriately disciplining associates.
Work effectively with supervisors, peers, subordinates, guests, vendors, and corporate partners.
Listen, communicate, and work effectively with guests in high-volume setting.
Ability to work and meet deadlines with minimal supervision.
Maintain regular personal attendance for all scheduled shifts per the Management Work Schedule Policy.
Uphold AMC's business practice standards and ensure compliance with company programs and policies.
Complete all other functions and assignments as assigned by the General Manager/Senior Manager (where applicable).
Assist the General Manager/Senior Manager with achieving guest service and financial goals associated with Food and Beverage.
Oversee and complete theatre administrative reports.
Provided by theatre: AMC-issued shirt, black pants, black belt, nametag.
Provided by associate: Black shoes, socks.
AMC and its subsidiaries are committed to equal employment opportunity and complies with all applicable federal, state, and local employment laws. AMC strictly prohibits and does not tolerate discrimination and will provide equal employment opportunities to all applicants without regard to an applicant's race, color, religion, creed, gender, sex (including pregnancy), sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, disability, military status, veteran status, genetic information, or any other reason prohibited by applicable federal, state, or local law, regulation, or ordinance. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including, but not limited to, hiring, promotion, discipline, compensation, benefits, and termination of employment.
At Church & Dwight, we value talented professionals with a strong desire to make a positive impact in our company. As a rapidly growing organization, we are always seeking passionate and creative individuals whose action-oriented mindset will foster continued growth throughout our leading brands.
Responsible for human safety assurance of new ingredients and formulations across a diverse portfolio of household, OTC, medical device and personal care products during various stages of product development, regulatory submissions, market introduction and post-market surveillance.
Toxicology review and evaluation of new formulations and ingredients for cosmetic, household, OTC drug and medical device product categories. Preparation of safety assessments for consumer tests, regulatory submissions, and market introduction of new products.
Coordination of pre-clinical and clinical safety tests for new ingredients and products in-house and at outside contract laboratories and academic sites.
Substantiation of safety related claims.
Review, interpretation and communication of clinical safety and in vitro testing results to key customers.
Development and assurance of accuracy of product package label safety related statements.
Monitoring and communicating external safety related activities that may impact the company business.
- PhD in toxicology from an accredited institution or B.S./Masters degree from an accredited institution with at least 5 years of experience in product safety assurance.
Church & Dwight is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer/Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities.
For more information on our company, our brands and our culture visit us at http://www.churchdwight.com/.
CX Cloud | Major Accounts Sales | New York Metro | Retail & CPG Vertical
Sells a subset of product or services directly or via partners to a large number of named accounts/non-named accounts/geographical territory (mainly Tier 3 accounts).
Primary job duty is to sell business applications software/solutions and related services to prospective and existing customers. Manage sales through forecasting, account resource allocation, account strategy, and planning. Develop solution proposals encompassing all aspects of the application. Participate in the development, presentation and sales of a value proposition. Negotiate pricing and contractual agreement to close the sale. Identify and develop strategic alignment with key third party influencers.
Job duties are varied and complex, needing independent judgment. May have project lead role. 5 years field sales experience with focus on large strategic accounts including applications sales experience. Highly developed selling, customer relations and negotiation skills. Successful sales track record. Oracle knowledge and/or knowledge of Oracle*s competitors. Interaction with C level players. Team player. Ability to penetrate accounts and meet with stakeholders within accounts. Excellent written, verbal, and interpersonal skills. Presentation skills. Travel may be needed. Bachelor degree or equivalent.
Oracle is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability and protected veterans status or any other characteristic protected by law.
It is an amazing time to be part of the Oracle Customer Experience Sales team as the solution addresses the market's need to adopt CX systems that allow it to use an available wealth of customer data to increase sales and boost efficiency through enhanced analytics, mobility and partner relationship management. Oracle Engagement Cloud offers access to insights anywhere, anytime and on any device, which has enables improved sales productivity.
What you can expect:
Sell across verticals to companies with revenue of $500M-$2B
Work collaboratively in a team-based environment and execute upon agreed strategy.
You will penetrate accounts so that you can represent the Oracle value proposition as well as specific CX-based value and capability messaging.
Use your disciplined work ethic that has allowed you to exceed sales expectations
Become a sales value-prop ninja on our offerings of: Engagement Cloud, Social, OMC, Service Cloud, CPQ, Commerce and more
What you will bring to the table:
7 years enterprise-wide field B2B application sales experience
Proficient in new/transformational business development
5 years SaaS/software/Cloud sales experience
Demonstrated success targeting C-level executives and lines of business
History of hitting/exceeding annual sales quotas
College degree or equivalent in experience
Sales Floor Dept Supervisor
Position SummaryThe Sales Floor Dept Supervisor is primarily responsible for leading and enabling a team of associates to deliver the best possible customer experience in the store.
This includes coaching and training associates, managing performance, and ensuring adequate department coverage at all times.
The Sales Floor Dept Supervisor has responsibility for both customer facing activities (e.g., greeting customer, clarifying needs and identifying solutions, closing sales) and non-facing activities (e.g., downstocking, inventory management, area recovery). The individual in this role ensures his/her area of the store is in-stock and customer ready at all times while inspiring engaging, customer-focused behavior and driving his/her team to achieve sales and margin goals. The Sales Floor Dept Supervisor must keep management informed, delegate and follow-up on daily tasks, and maintain a clean, safe and secure work environment. In addition to supervising associates in his/her own area, the Sales Floor Dept Supervisor must lead associates in other departments, as needed, to meet the demands of the store.
This requires broad product knowledge and the ability to engage associates and customers across departments.In addition to the responsibilities summarized above, individuals in this role may occasionally open or close the store, or serve as manager-on-duty (MOD).NOTE: The Pro Department Supervisor is responsible for all that is described above while supporting the unique service and merchandising needs of Pro customers. This includes driving execution of Pro sales and service strategy throughout the store, taking lead on the store s top Pro accounts, and coaching/training Pro associates in the store to effectively drive Pro sales and ensure the desired Pro customer experience is delivered.
Job RequirementsThis is an hourly full time role generally scheduled 39 to 40 hours; more hours may be required based on the needs of the store. Requires morning, afternoon, and evening availability any day of the week. Requires physical ability to move large, bulky and/or heavy merchandise with or without a reasonable accommodation. Also requires physical ability to perform tasks that may require prolonged standing, sitting, and/or walking with or without a reasonable accommodation.Minimum Qualifications High School Diploma and 3 years of experience in a retail environment OR 5 years of experience in a retail environment 1 year of experience in customer service 1 year of experience supporting the unique needs of Pro customers (for Pro Department Supervisor) Experience providing direction or supervision to teams (with or without direct report responsibility) Experience supporting or participating in the process of training, mentoring and developing associates Experience working cross-functionally Strong working knowledge of Microsoft OfficePreferred Qualifications 3 years of retail customer service experience 3 years of experience supporting the unique needs of Pro customers (for Pro Department Supervisor) Experience in a leadership role with direct report responsibility Experience working in the home improvement retail sector Experience working in a fast paced, dynamic retail environment Experience in key carrying role with manager-on-duty responsibilities
Senior Director, Corporate Accounts
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Princeton|US - Texas
When you're part of the team at Thermo Fisher Scientific, you'll do important work, like helping customers in finding cures for cancer, protecting the environment or making sure our food is safe. Your work will have real-world impact, and you'll be supported in achieving your career goals.
Division: Corporate Accounts | Biopharma Segment
Location: REMOTE OFFICE (must reside near an airport)
The Senior Director, Corporate Accounts owns the relationship across the enterprise between assigned strategic accounts and Thermo Fisher Scientific. He/she will create the overall account strategy, interface with the divisions to help drive the divisional account strategy, and ensure overall alignment on client priorities and objectives across the Account Management Teams (AMT). He/she will develop relationships at the executive level within accounts and in the various operating divisions of the company, in support of identifying innovative and long-term opportunities to create value for the client and Thermo Fisher Scientific. This role reports into the VP, Corporate Account, BioPharma Segment and does not have direct reports.
How will you make an impact?
Create the overall strategy for assigned strategic accounts; incorporating division level accounts goals and objectives.
Manage the interface between the strategic account and Thermo Fisher
Develop relationships at executive levels within the account – extending beyond the Procurement function – to advance Thermo Fisher's access and opportunities
Proactively identify client needs and lead the design of Thermo Fisher Scientific solutions to address those needs, working across divisions and businesses as appropriate
Align specific proposals and offerings to company objectives by working with corporate and division marketing teams
Own the business objectives for the account strategy including umbrella financial objectives and compliance metrics
Define opportunities and initiatives such as bundles, incentives, and rebates to bias the relationship towards significant improvement in share of spend with Thermo Fisher
Lead contractual negotiations
Conduct regular business updates to key stakeholders within client company and within Thermo Fisher
How will you get there?
A minimum B.Sc. degree in a scientific discipline: chemistry, biochemistry, or chemical engineering strongly preferred
MBA or professional business education in addition highly desirable
General management, matrix management and cross functional experience
Direct experience in a senior position with pharmaceutical, biotechnology, or fine chemical, contract research or laboratory sales, present or previous people leadership preferred
Understanding of chemical laboratory processes and methods and regulations in the pharmaceutical industry
Strong analytical skills including basic financial training
Proven track record of successful capture of increasing business from key account in private sector
Ability / willingness to spend significant time on site at global client locations
Non-Negotiable Hiring Criteria:
Minimum of 7 years as a senior level strategic account executive
Demonstrated experience managing complex, high-value accounts in a matrix environment
Exceptional client leadership skills and entrepreneurial spirit
A strong team player with proven ability to coordinate activities and influence actions across a team of resources not directly reporting
Strong negotiation and communication skills
Travel: up to 75%
At Thermo Fisher Scientific, each one of our 70,000 extraordinary minds has a unique story to tell. Join us and contribute to our singular mission—enabling our customers to make the world healthier, cleaner and safer.
Apply today! http://jobs.thermofisher.com
If you are an individual with a disability who requires reasonable accommodation to complete any part of our application process, click here for further assistance.
Thermo Fisher Scientific is an EEO/Affirmative Action Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, protected veteran status, disability or any other legally protected status.
Project Cataloging Specialist, Rare Books
The Library supports a diverse community of 5,200 undergraduates, 2,700 graduate students, 1,200 faculty members, and many visiting scholars. Holdings include more than 7 million printed volumes, 5 million manuscripts, 2 million non-print items, and extensive collections of digital text, data, and images. See: http://library.princeton.edu/ Description of Major Responsibilities, Essential Qualifications, Preferred Qualifications (3,700 character maximum):
Princeton University Library seeks an experienced and productive rare book cataloger to catalog a diverse array of uncatalogued acquisitions. Materials fall into two main categories: rare art publications for the Marquand Library of Art and Archaeology, and general acquisitions for the Department of Rare Books and Special Collections. Imprints range from the 16th century to the 21st, and include many titles in languages other than English, chiefly French, German, Italian, and Latin.
This is a backlog elimination project designed for sustained and effective cataloging of a large body of material. A high level of productivity is essential. Cataloging must respond to specialist client needs as identified by curators and selectors.
Enhancements of earlier records may also be included. This position is part of the Rare Books Cataloging Team, whose members apply current professional standards to achieve sound intellectual control of special collections. Position available July 1, 2019.
The term of this position is 3 years with possibility of extension. The successful candidate will be appointed to an appropriate Associate Professional Specialist or more senior rank depending upon qualifications and experience. Applications must be submitted via http://dof.princeton.edu/academicjobs and include a resume, cover letter, and a list of three references with full contact information.
This position is subject to the University's background check policy. Essential
Master's degree from an ALA-accredited program.
At least one year of cataloging experience including substantial original monograph cataloging applying RDA, LCSH, LC classification, and the MARC 21 format. Good reading knowledge of French, German, or Italian. Flexibility and ability to adjust to changing priorities and practices.
Ability to work collaboratively with curators, selectors, and fellow technical services staff. Excellent oral and written communication skills.
Familiarity with rare book cataloging tools such as the DCRM manuals and RBMS Controlled Vocabularies. Serials cataloging experience. Cataloging use of Voyager and OCLC.
NACO participation. Experience in cataloging art materials or educational background in art history. Understanding of the visual aspects of printed resources.
Reading knowledge of other languages relevant to the collections such as Latin. Familiarity with AACR2 and earlier cataloging codes. Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.
Nominations and applications (cover letter, resume, and the names, titles, e-mail addresses, and phone numbers of three professional references) will be accepted only from the AHIRE website: http://dof.princeton.edu/academicjobs. This position is subject to the University's background check policy. Princeton University is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.
Requisition No: D-19-LIB-00014
Senior Worldwide Medical Lead
Global Medical Leader (GML) is a trained disease area expert in oncology, immunology, hematology or Innovative Medicine with strong name recognition and a credible voice of Medical with external customers. The Global Medical Leader will report to the SVP & Head of Global Medical and leads a team of International Medical Leaders responsible for specific disease area.
The GML ensures the strategic information of the disease area flows between markets and Development through WWMLs. The incumbent will establish and maintain ongoing long-term collaborative peer-to-peer relationships with global key thought leaders and manages Global Key Opinion Leader activities, including Advisory Boards; aligns with markets and regions to ensure transparency regarding KOL activities. The number of direct reports of WWMLs will be based on portfolio size.
Trained and Scientific Expertise in Oncology/Hematology and Tumor Expertise (Lung, Melanoma, Renal)
Experience in the field/field expertise; external network with strong name recognition
Develops and maintains strong Thought Leader network, scientific societies and functional teams
The ability to connect the "internal" science to the "external" unmet medical need
Understanding the Healthcare landscape and dynamics
Ability to communicate complex clinical data in a user-friendly way
Ability to leverage real-world evidence in the patient outcome
Expertise in disease areas relevant to BMS portfolio
Hands-on experience in designing and executing clinical trials
Functional understanding of drug Development
Deep understanding in developing and implementing Medical strategies
Strong cross-functional collaboration with Commercial organization, Clinical Research and Development, HEOR and Regulatory Affairs.
Develops and implements Medical Affairs Plans, including study and publication plans, for key products in the portfolio
Communicates key messages to the CEO, Investor Relations, and Congress planning
Ensures linkage between the Development and Commercial teams with respect to the communication strategy, training strategy, development of Medical plans and Advisory Board planning
Develops and executes study protocols for BMS Sponsored studies, in collaboration with key internal and external stakeholders, to produce high quality data to support the goals of the Medical Plan
Evaluates Investigator Sponsored Research (ISR), participates in Clinical Trials Review Process and is accountable for activities related to approved ISRs
Authors and assists with scientific publications, including abstracts, posters, manuscripts and whitepapers. Generates medical and scientific information materials
Plans, develops, and generates content and delivers internal and external scientific and educational programs
Establishes and maintains ongoing long-term collaborative peer-to-peer relationships with key thought leaders and manages Global Key Opinion Leader activities, including Advisory Boards; aligns with markets and regions to ensure transparency regarding KOL activities
Contributes to, reviews and approves medical/scientific communications including marketing materials and participate in Promotional and Scientific Content Approval Processes
Responds to unsolicited requests for information from healthcare professionals that are received either directly or indirectly through Regional organizations, in accordance with all compliance regulations and policies
Serves as liaison for Medical and Scientific Affairs activities across BMS Medical and Scientific partners for collaborative projects
Maintains clinical, scientific and technical expertise in specific therapeutic areas; reviews scientific journals; attend scientific and key technical meetings; participate in internal training programs. Keeps abreast of the current literature, collects and communicates medical and scientific insights and intelligence relevant to Lifecycle and product portfolio.
Minimum of 15+ year of mix of development/clinical and medical experience, but with an emphasis on Global or Market Based Medical Affairs experience
Clinical or Academic Experience (Patient Facing) is desirable
Advanced Leadership skills/experience managing people and portfolio
Understanding of Research and Drug Development and the ability to communicate the data in an impactful way
Medical Strategy Experience
Skills and Abilities
Acts with the highest level of integrity and flexibility
Credibility at customer/ stakeholder interface
Advanced Communication and effective presentation skills
Negotiation and highly influential
Resiliency and strong adaptability to change
Leadership (Matrix Leadership and Enterprise Mindset)
Excellent people management skills
Functions with excellent judgment, high integrity and in compliance with all laws, regulations and policies
M.D. preferred, PhD
M.D. from an accredited and recognized medical school is required.
HQ based position with international/domestic travel requirement 40% +
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