Manager, Clinical Trials Operations, US Hematology/Oncology Medical Affairs

Organization
Celgene
Job Location
Summit, NJ
Job Description

Description
Celgene is a global biopharmaceutical company leading the way in medical innovation to help patients live longer, better lives. Our purpose as a company is to discover and develop therapies that will change the course of human health. We value our passion for patients, quest for innovation, spirit of independence and love of challenge. With a presence in more than 70 countries - and growing - we look for talented people to grow our business, advance our science and contribute to our unique culture.

Summary/Scope:
The Manager will lead, direct and coordinate the operational efforts in the development and implementation of research driven, investigator initiated clinical trials for US Hematology Oncology Medical Affairs (USMA) research operations. With a focus on the development and maintenance of accurate program operational plans including timelines and budgets to ensure the successful completion of deliverables. Represents USMA on assigned cross functional teams, contributes to program(s) strategy development, identifies and supports resolution of program issues, and helps facilitate alignment within Medical Affairs and with other functions within Celgene as well as with external partners. Responsible for management and development of direct reports.

Essential Functions:
Program Oversight
Oversee strategic planning and execution of USMA research programs to ensure timely and high quality program deliverables, including:
Overall strategic management for the planning, execution and reporting of all aspects of US Medical Affairs research ...cont.

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