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Salary:
Confidential
Location:
Needham, MA
Posted:
February 21st 2021
Relocation Assistance:
Available
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VP Development Leader,

VP Development Leader (late stage) is a critical leadership role within company, reporting to the Chief Medical Officer (CMO) and working closely with the Leadership Team to build a fit-for-purpose Clinical Development organization that delivers differentiated medicines of value that will save, extend, and improve the lives of cancer patients.

Key accountabilities and responsibilities

 

Qualifications

MD, PhD, Pharm D or equivalent

At least 10 years clinical development experience, including substantial oncology development experience with 5-10 years’ experience in the pharmaceutical industry preferably with late stage development experience

Experience in a small company is preferred

Demonstrated outstanding leadership of multiple development projects and matrix teams, including ability to work effectively with internal and external clinical and scientific leaders

Experience leading or playing a substantial role in the design, conduct, analysis, and reporting of clinical studies, including experience submitting INDs/NDAs/BLAs to regulatory authorities

Deep experience in all phases of product development, especially in late phase development, clinical trial management, post approval studies, regulatory and manufacturing compliance

Understanding the entirety of R&D across the development/commercial life cycle to impact all line functions: discovery, late-stage development, regulatory, manufacturing, and commercial

Outstanding judgment and decision-making skills; past results are indicative of consistently sound and effective business decisions

Highly developed ethics and integrity, with demonstrated ethical decision-making skills

Strong interpersonal, influencing, presentation, and written and verbal communications skills; able to effectively address all levels within an organization and externally

Willingness and ability to travel

 

 


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