Molecular Pathology Content Manager | GenomeWeb

Molecular Pathology Content Manager

Thomson Reuters
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Main Purpose of the Role The role of the Signaling Pathways Manager is to supervise a group of scientists responsible for creating pathway maps of biological and disease processes. You will be responsible for managing the team in the end-to-end process of acquiring source material, analyzing the material, and creating and delivering premium quality maps to our customers. You will also be accountable for coaching, developing, and managing the performance of individuals in your team. With a direct involvement in production work you will need an excellent knowledge of molecular / cell biology, and a strong background in disease pathology. Key responsibilities •Manages a team of scientists; managing their performance, motivating and developing them, and making recommendations for promotions and hires. •Provides day-to-day supervision of the activities of the team, and possibly a team of external contractors, ensuring their work is accurate, complete and delivered on time. •Assists with planning and monitoring projects, balancing and shifting resources according to departmental and business priorities. Prepares administrative reports as necessary. •Is a life sciences expert and acts as the “go-to person” for information on the mapping process. •Analyzes the productivity and quality of the mapping process and proposes solutions to improve it. •Builds and maintains a strong working relationship with customers (pharmaceutical, academic and healthcare) and internal stakeholders, including the Thomson Reuters Life Sciences Professional Services team. •Provides cover for team members on production when required.


Education/experience/qualifications •Degree in life science and at least 6 years of post-graduate research experience. PhD and experience in pharmaceutical / healthcare research is desirable. •Experience in knowledge management, data analysis, data curation and text mining is desirable. •Experience in working with customers is desirable, as is experience in leading teams, managing production processes and managing projects. •Knowledge of human pathology. •Proficient in English. Skills & Competencies •Good at working with people; effective at listening, valuing and responding. •Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal. •Proactive, pays attention to detail, strong organizational and analytical skills, and skilled at solving problems. •Ability to lead teams through change.

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