Director Business Development

Organization
Roche
Job Location
Pleasanton,
Job Description

Responsibilities:

  • Lead Business Development team, including recruitment, mentoring and management of team members
  • Define business development needs and strategy to access external opportunities
  • Manage execution of business development opportunities, including due diligence activities
  • Recommend deal structures and terms to senior management
  • Lead negotiations with external partners
  • Direct strategic projects including market research and other assessment activities as needed
Requirements

Who you are

You’re someone who wants to influence your own development. You’re looking for a company where you have the opportunity to pursue your interests across functions and geographies. Where a job title is not considered the final definition of who you are, but the starting point.

 

Qualifications:

  • PhD in Life Sciences, or BS in Life Sciences with MBA
  • 7-10 years’ experience in Business Development in Diagnostics, Biotech, Pharma or Life Sciences industry
  • Track record of success as evidenced by deal sheet. Solid understanding of In Vitro Diagnostics market
  • Solid analytical and communication skills
  • People leadership experience
How to Apply

The next step is yours. To apply online today and to learn about other exciting positions, please go to: http://careers.roche.com and enter Job ID #2952438110 in the “Keyword” box underneath the Global Job Search field or directly at: http://www.roche.com/careers/jobs/jobsearch/job.htm?id=E-2952438110&locale=en&title=Director%20Business%20Development

 

Roche is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

About Our Organization

Who we are

At Roche, 88,500 people across 150 countries are pushing back the frontiers of healthcare. Working together, we’ve become one of the world’s leading research-focused healthcare groups. Our success is built on innovation, curiosity and diversity.

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