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Director of Research Integration

Seattle Cancer Care Alliance
Seattle, WA 98115, USA

The Director, Research Integration Seattle Cancer Care Alliance leads efforts to implement SCCA research strategies, goals and objectives, in close partnership with SCCA colleagues, Fred Hutch, UW Medicine and Seattle Children s. As a member of the C... Read More

The Director, Research Integration Seattle Cancer Care Alliance leads efforts to implement SCCA research strategies, goals and objectives, in close partnership with SCCA colleagues, Fred Hutch, UW Medicine and Seattle Children s. As a member of the Consortium their goal is to advance the standard of care through research excellence.This is accomplished by both providing and advancing the best standard of care today and tomorrow through clinical research and innovation with a continuous focus on process improvement. SCCA supports Consortium research priorities by efficiently and effectively implementing clinical trials and supporting patient access & eligibility to clinical trials. SCCA is committed to the care and cure for their patients, providing the best possible research driven care experience for both patients and their families. SCCA accomplishes this through innovation in processes/systems/models that improve patient experience to improve quality. SCCA will prioritize their efforts to serve overall clinical trial efforts through strong infrastructure to support the research mission and a holistic approach. SCCA will leverage growing patient access for clinical trial consideration across all sites. SCCA is always current on accrual goals, safety, compliance and regulatory issues.ROLE SUMMARYSCCA leader responsible for SCCA s performance as a member of the Consortium relating to the safe, compliant and effective conduct of clinical trials at all SCCA sites of careServes as the coordinating point for SCCA and for SCCAs involvement within the broader Consortium for all strategic priorities and projects through effective committee and communication systems and relationshipsEffectively manages SCCA s research integration team (3-4 Program managers and their staff) in support of clinical trials at SCCA Network affiliate sites , Community Sites, the South Lake Union clinic, UW and Seattle Children s Hospital SCCA sitesCommunicates and collaborates across multiple levels of the SCCA Leadership to support SCCA initiatives and to continuously improve the support of safe conduct of clinical trials within all sites in the SCCACoordinates the assurance of compliance of all Human Protections regulations in partnership with SCCA Integrity OfficerResponsibilitiesPRIORITIESLead and participate in improvement efforts to speed the time to clinical trial implementation across partner institutions as well as within SCCAWork closely with partner institutions to understand improvement opportunities, identify and implement changes to decrease the time for clinical trial implementation (e.g., conduct more review steps in parallel versus sequentially)Identify with the SCCA research team other specific opportunities to decrease implementation time within the SCCA-controlled portion of the implementation processEnsure full compliance to safety and regulatory standardsDevelop tracking and monitoring processesUnderstand specific risks and issues. Partner with other organizations and teams within SCCA to develop corrective action plansPromote organizational culture that embraces clinical research as integral to SCCA s purpose (e.g., training & education for operational staff)Increase clinical trial participation (e.g., expansion of clinical trials available at SCCA community sites; improve clinical trial information on the web and other sources, promote clinical trials in marketing efforts, develop approaches to incorporate clinical trial options into care pathways)Create standard and efficient processes (e.g., clinical trial intake)Continually review research-related processes for opportunities to improve efficiency (time and effort to implement trials) and effectiveness (supporting strong enrollment to trials and full compliance)Implement identified priorities such as standardizing and centralizing the clinical trial review and deployment process to encompass all SCCA sites and affiliate network locationsSupport data needs (e.g., enrollment, eligibility, etc.)Collaborate with partner institutions to meet organizational, study team and operational data needs, such as enrollment drill-down, patient population analysis and eligibility dataPartner to improve clinical trial infrastructure (e.g., full support of CTMS evaluation & implementation; continued improvements for CPOE)Support priority efforts as identified by Consortium partners (e.g., Immunotherapy)KNOWLEDGE OF THE RESEARCH PRACTICES & OPERATIONSThis includes in-depth understanding of the way scientists must work to fund and support key research projects, the stages of proposals and approvals, and the funding and regulatory environment in general, as well as the operational requirements of providing clinical-based support. The incumbent must possess skills in establishing and communicating the defining structures, systems, decision and approval points and the process of research trial protocols. The Director is effective in developing and gaining support for research priorities, understanding the limits of support (such as financial support or staff availability), and the best options for carrying out various research projects within the context of an integrated network of host sites. The Director must embrace change, skillfully communicate and ensure human research participant protections as a balanced part of research support. Knowledge of the underpinnings of scientific methodology and the sciences (in virtually any domain) is highly TEGRATION OF CLINICAL & RESEARCH CAREA key part of the Director s role is fostering the integration of clinical and research care as more than a set of systems and protocols, but as a mindset embedded in the SCCA culture. For the Director this requires a specific, technical knowledge base, including a thorough understanding of the similarities and differences between clinical care and research care. This includes an ability to understand and incorporate emerging, cutting edge trends and best practices in clinical research and oncology care (e.g., implementation of personalized therapies in clinical trials). Finally, given the nature of the Consortium and networked research/care sites, the Director must understand the differences inherent in community and academic hospital settings.Based on this understanding, the Director is expected to skillfully articulate and advocate for the ways clinical and research care can be tied together as acritical part of SCCA s mission. More than any other SCCA leader, the Director is expected to live the integration of clinical and research care in all decisions and actions, and to stand out as a guiding voice in promoting that integration throughout the organization.LEADERSHIP VISION & ACTIONLeadership for this position begins with being able to articulate a strong, inspiring vision for SCCA s integrated research programs, and then building a team that can turn that vision into reality. The Director must be willing to welcome and encourage feedback from a broad community of constituents with the ultimate goal of making SCCA increasingly viable as a research host. But more than this, the Director sees the job as being a catalyst to breakthroughs in how research is supported and managed; not just reactive to feedback or changes in the industry, but as a strategic leader who is willing to take reasonable risks in guiding visionary operational and cultural change. From this standpoint, the Director s role is that of an action-oriented problem-solver and entrepreneur who deeply values creativity, the ability to keep an open mind, and the capacity to envision, challenge and inspire without regard to existing structures or the status quo.METRIC ORIENTATION & OUTCOME MINDSETThe Director is fluent in applying data-based approaches to supporting and managing trials. This mindset is needed to not only understand the nature of studies and the scientific/statistical foundations of the trials themselves, but from a management standpoint it is also critical to monitoring the entire system and flow of studies through the organization. A metric orientation includes a personal commitment to using quantitative measurements to foster accountability and evaluate change in a complex environment; for example by applying Lean methods and principles to continuously improving the performance of organizational systems that support research.MANAGEMENT SKILLSAs a line manager of others work, the Director must be able to lead a team to accomplish operational priorities. This demands a strong capacity for personal and organizational discipline, effectively applying traditional management skills such as time management, delegation and workload control, planning and goal-setting, communication (both oral and written skills, including presentations), and monitoring of progress toward desired results. These skills also include those specifically used to help guide, direct and support others, including skills in coaching, mentoring, placement of staff, professional development (for both self and others), performance evaluation, and when needed, corrective action and termination -- with the ultimate goal of sustaining positive morale and high productivity within the groups managed. The Director is expected to use a situational management style, applying more or less directive approaches with people as circumstances and their performance FLUENCING SKILLSAs part of the Consortium, SCCA is part of a highly complex organizational system. Leading as the Director is more than just holding a clear and inspiring vision or advocating for research integration. In order to carry out the demands of the position and lead change, the Director must be a skilled player in a culture that requires by turns negotiation, diplomacy and facilitation, where one s impact is defined far more by personal influence and credibility than by the formal authority of the role. The Director must be sensitive to the everyday politics of this world and be comfortable working with them. This includes refined interpersonal skills, including patience, flexibility, stamina and resilience, the ability to listen in humble enquiry and empathy, the capacity to work through tensions and conflicts and to enact compromises, and also to know how and when to exercise an assertive, no-nonsense stand and set firm limits that protect the organization s interests. The Director must have the breadth of skill and confidence to be able to work with anyone, at any level, from front-line and professional staff to principal investigators and executives.TEAM DEVELOPMENT SKILLSBeginning with his or her own functional workgroup, the Director is expected to have skills in building a strong sense of team, helping people align with a clear purpose and build collaborative, partnership relationships with one another. The Director actively promotes a respectful, inclusive and trust-based work environment, one that enables people to do their best work. The Director models these skills and values personally as team leader, ably (and sometimes courageously) stepping into awkward or tense situations in order to foster mutual wins and bring people together. The Director is also expected to bring these same skills and values as a part of the work to build broader teams across all types of organizational lines and levels, with peers and senior leaders, as well. In this regard the Director is not just expected to serve as a functional leader but also to serve as an overall SCCA leader, garnering the respect of colleagues throughout the system, including the highest levels of the Consortium.QualificationsMINIMUM QUALIFICATIONSThe incumbent needs to have current knowledge of research administration practices, strong oncology relevant experience, and a proven track record in developing & implementing business strategies to grow programs within a large network setting with external faculty/researchers/staff. Must have the ability to influence effectively, strong relationship building skills & the ability to build trust/respect effectively. The right candidate for this position must possess a Master s degree in Business Administration, Health Administration, or related business area. We are looking for someone with a minimum of five plus years experience within Research Executive Leadership.PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONSExpert knowledge within Research Administration/Executive Leadership. Academic background preferred.Experience in an NCI designated cancer center is a plus.Demonstrated ability to lead close teams, delegate, and communicate effectively. Must work well under pressure and be able to work across complex organizational structures.Track record of success in growing a research program within a network setting to ensure alignment & success across a system/consortium.Is dedicated to meeting the expectations of both internal and external faculty/researchers/staff to establish and maintain effective relationships with the goal of building trust and respect in a collaborative working relationship Associated topics: antibody, aseptic technique, biopharma, disease, injury, microbiological, nutritionist, physiology, toxicologist, vaccine Associated topics: diet, dietician, histology, immunoassay, injury, microbiological, microbiology, physiology, protein, transfection

Director, Media Strategy & Operations - Hiring Now!

Zimmerman
Nashville, TN 37211, USA

This position reports directly to the VP, Integrated RMP Media Strategy & Operations. The Director, RMP Media Strategy & Operations works under general direction, providing overview of end result; work is completed unsupervised. Incumbent uses indepe... Read More

This position reports directly to the VP, Integrated RMP Media Strategy & Operations. The Director, RMP Media Strategy & Operations works under general direction, providing overview of end result; work is completed unsupervised. Incumbent uses independent judgment and discretion to accomplish tasks. Plans/schedules/arranges own activities. Has considerable latitude of discretion and judgment within scope of position. Develops solutions to complex problems while managing their team. The Director, RMP Media Strategy & Operations serves as a senior lead to NNA clients and a strategic influencer to internal teams. Approval from VP, Integrated RMP Media Strategy & Operations is necessary when deviating from standard and routine practices, such as establishing new projects or procedures. The Director, RMP Media Strategy & Operations will develop solutions to complex problems working with subordinate team members to complete assigned task.Overall ObjectiveThe Director, RMP Media Strategy & Operations directly manages Partner Direct & Programmatic media strategy & operational initiatives for the Zimmerman Nissan Division Media Team. General duties include, but are not limited to finding innovative solutions to business and media issues, reviewing all available targeting data, establishing best targeting methodologies to meet campaign goals, managing vendor relationships across media buys, and merchandising elements to stakeholders. The Director, RMP Media Strategy & Operations will effectively interact with internal and external teams across several advertising disciplines including media, account, creative, billing, and traffic. The Director, RMP Media Strategy & Operations will have an active role in media department management assisting the VP, Integrated RMP Media Strategy & Operations with various administration and personnel decisions. In addition to team leadership, this position will still engage in media planning and buying requiring diligent attention to all assigned campaigns.ResponsibilitiesProvide supervision and instruction to all subordinate media team members.As part of the Media Leadership Team (VP, Integrated RMP Strategy; This position; Director, Market & Model Strategy), this position will establish foundational recommendations for the team:Defines Video Strategy (TV, Streaming, Addressable, etc. with support from Programmatic Team)Define Cross-Channel Media Strategy that aligns with NNA goals & KPIs, supported by all Media Team Leads, Insight Marketing & AnalyticsDefines Media Mix Priorities.Provides opportunistic, proactive recommendations- Leverages Media Tools to provide insights & opportunities to Field Strategy Team.Evaluates media performance- Develops Media Mix optimizations with Field Strategy Team, supported by Media Team Leads, IM & Analytics.Assess and determine targeting methodologies to be used across campaigns, defining a system where campaigns compliment and do not cannibalize each other.Develop and present POVs on pertinent subjects to agency teams and Clients.Educate all team members on media planning and buying methodologies, allowing them to manage implementation within their assigned campaigns.Accountable for media planning for assigned campaigns, which will involve negotiation, implementation, tracking, and optimization of campaign elements including most or all of the following: Programmatic (Display & Video) , Partner-direct buys, ad networks/DSPs, Auto Upfront, Sponsorships, Group Deals, and coordination of budget tracking.Ensure planning team has followed all planning procedures and all approvals have been obtained for media efforts, such as:Plan & Negotiate Buy new initiatives (If multi-media Group Deal, then negotiate in partnership with OMD Spot Investment)Steward & execute all media in ongoing programs (e.g.- College-owned media in C100; Auto Upfront, etc.)Create estimate (DDS, Prisma)Leverage Avails to develop Avails & Planning DocsCreate PIF & work with Digital Account Team & Integrated Programs Team & FTL HQ on all creative/production strategy/planning/executionCoordinate creative kick-offs (with Integrated Programs Team and/or FTL Digital Account Team)Create Tags (trouble shoot Tagging & Delivery issues) where applicableEnter details into DCPIssue I/O s and/or MAs to PartnersIssue CRS (where applicable)Approve Partner InvoicingReview delivery daily (pacing & performance)Review performance & propose optimizations to OMDP, Market Field Teams & IM Work with Digital Media Billing team in Fort Lauderdale, making sure vendors are receiving correct paymentWork with Nissan clients to educate and provide answers to media and campaign questions facilitating involvement of appropriate media team members.Maintain a knowledge base of all Zimmerman media efforts, both those directly responsible for and not, to better answer and respond to client questions.Requirements4 year undergraduate degree in advertising, marketing, media, or similar10+ years of media planning and account management experienceStrong knowledge of online media campaign/tracking tools including DoubleClick s DCP/ DART and Mediaocean s Prisma billing systemAutomotive Tier 2 experience preferredExperience directly managing and supervising a media teamA self-starter with ability to quickly learn and take on new responsibilitiesEagerness to take ownership of assigned tasks and work with a broader agency team as a digital media expertExperience with MS Office: Excel, PowerPoint, Word, OutlookDemonstrated presentation and writing skills Associated topics: chief, co producer, editor in chief, executive, floor manager, head writer, principal editor, producer, production, showrunner Associated topics: art director, chief, director, executive, film, floor manager, head writer, president, principal editor, production

Director of Business Development

Muscular Dystrophy Association
3760 Convoy St #112, San Diego, CA 92111, USA

Job Title:Director of Business DevelopmentFLSA Status:ExemptDepartment:Field OrganizationReports To:Executive DirectorLocation:San Diego, CATravel Required:YesJob Code:3005Position Type:Full-TimePURPOSEAt MDA, we are fighting to free individuals and ... Read More

Job Title:Director of Business DevelopmentFLSA Status:ExemptDepartment:Field OrganizationReports To:Executive DirectorLocation:San Diego, CATravel Required:YesJob Code:3005Position Type:Full-TimePURPOSEAt MDA, we are fighting to free individuals and the families who love them from the harmful effects of muscle-debilitating diseases so they can live longer and grow stronger.Our Values are our strength: We believe in MUSCLE:Mission: Were driven to accelerate progress for families and muscle health.Understanding: Were attentive to our constituents needs and each others.Stewardship: By investing precious resources wisely, we drive the best possible outcomes.Collaboration: We foster win-win partnerships and build communities.Learning: Knowledge powers our success and empowers our people.Excellence: We strive to do our best and exceed constituents expectations.Position Description:A Director of Business Development is a dynamic and creative fundraiser responsible for securing new income, developing relationships with major sponsors and working to expand MDAs business. The Director of Business Development will be part of the District leadership team and will work with the Executive Director to ensure income growth in the market. Reports to the Executive Director and works closely with all levels of the MDA Team. The Director of Business Development does not have supervisory responsibilities.Responsibilities:Execute individual business plan to exceed revenue goals and quotas specifically related to growth and new income sources.Create fundraising opportunities through various business development techniques including prospecting, targeted follow-up and new lead generation.Leveraging existing business while continually generating new sales.Deliver organized, structured, and persuasive presentations, using effective written and verbal communication.Represent MDA throughout the community and actively engage in networking events and business development groups.Collaborate with Executive Director and Fundraising Team to develop a district wide fundraising strategy, timelines and goals.Manage fiscal accountability, following the District Business Plan, including providing accurate monthly projections to Executive Director.Build relationships and accountability systems to ensure supporters are engaged and our mission is clearly articulated.Participate in the execution of major fundraising programs such as MDAs Shamrocks Against Dystrophy, Muscle Walk, Lock-Ups, Fill the Boot, Golf Tournaments, Social Events and other community based fundraising and health care activities such as clinics, MDA Summer Camp, support group and other service programs.Perform other duties or special projects as needed.All other duties as assigned.Competencies:Drive: Motivated to meet and exceed fundraising goals and quotas. Establish and maintain collaborative relationships with sponsors to meet business objectives.Initiative: Measure self against a standard of excellence. Undertake self-development activities and learn new skills, seek increased responsibilities and ask for and offer help when needed. Demonstrate the ability to work independently and collaboratively with a variety of personalities and leadership styles.Communication Skills: Clearly and persuasively communicate, including public speaking; listen and seek clarifications; participate in meetings; write clearly and informatively.Professionalism: Work well in a fast-paced environment; treat others with respect and consideration; accept responsibility for own actions. Understand business implications of decisions, align work with strategic goals, complete administrative tasks and develop strategies to achieve organizational goals.Flexibility: Able to multitask in a changing work environment. Manage competing demands and unexpected events. Willing to change approach to best fit the situation.Dependability: Follows instructions, takes responsibility for own actions; keeps commitments.QualificationsBachelors degree (Business or Non-Profit Management preferred) and three to five years of demonstrated sales and business development experience with a track record of successfully meeting sales quotas and surpassing expectations or equivalent combination of education and work experience in sales and/or fundraising.Ability to work independently and have high personal expectations of work product.Ability to travel throughout Districts territory as well as work evenings/weekends as necessary. Use of personal vehicle in the course of employment is needed to travel throughout the district. Significant local travel is required for this position; including visiting local business, health care facilities, and events in public places.Strong computer skills and ability to use existing technology to achieve desired resultsMDA is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or protected veteran status.

Associate Director Global Medical Communication

Sanofi
Cambridge, MA 02139, USA

The Associate Director, Global Medical Communication, Lemtrada for Multiple Sclerosis (MS) will be accountable for the development of medical materials and resources for Lemtrada for Medical Affairs staff (e.g. Medical Science Liaisons, Medical Manag... Read More

Associate Director, Global Medical Communications, Lemtrada, MS (Multiple Sclerosis) Global Medical AffairsSanofi Genzyme has pioneered the development and delivery of transformative therapies for patients affected by rare and debilitating diseases for over 30 years. We accomplish our goals through world-class research, collaboration with the global patient community, and with the compassion and commitment of our employees. With a focus on rare diseases and multiple sclerosis, we are dedicated to making a positive impact on the lives of the patients and families we serve. Sanofi Genzyme's portfolio of transformative therapies, which are marketed in countries around the world, represent groundbreaking and life-saving advances in medicine. As a Sanofi company, Sanofi Genzyme benefits from the reach and resources of one of the world's largest pharmaceutical companies, with a shared commitment to improving the lives of patients.Sanofi, an integrated global healthcare leader, discovers, develops and distributes therapeutic solutions focused on patients' needs. Sanofi has core strengths in the field of healthcare with seven growth platforms: diabetes solutions, human vaccines, innovative drugs, consumer healthcare, emerging markets, animal health and the new Sanofi Genzyme.Associate Director, Global Medical Communication, Lemtrada, MS Global Medical AffairsThe Associate Director, Global Medical Communication, Lemtrada for Multiple Sclerosis (MS) will be accountable for the development of medical materials and resources for Lemtrada for Medical Affairs staff (e.g. Medical Science Liaisons, Medical Managers), content for medical meetings/symposia, advisory board materials, and content for internal medical affairs education. This role will report to the Head of Global MS Scientific Communications, and support Lemtrada medical initiatives. In the development of Lemtrada activities, the associate director will work collaboratively with the medical publication, training and medical affairs leads of Lemtrada. Assignments could pertain to one or more of Sanofi Genzyme's current or future therapies for MS, in addition to Lemtrada, on an as needed basis. Tactical implementation could involve collaboration with external academic experts in Neurology/MS. The Associate Director will also play a key role in the planning and execution of certain medical activities including ex-US educational symposia, global medical congresses, and advisory boards.Additionally, the role will involve contributing to the creation of the communication plan and congress plan and for MS. The Associate Director will work with the his/her manager to drive execution of these plans and regular updates to the plans. The job will require working closely with cross-functional teams as well as internal stakeholders from multiple regions and countries. All educational materials must conform to high ethical standards and industry guidelines, as well as Sanofi Genzyme and Sanofi policies and procedures.This is an exciting opportunity to be part of an active, high profile, high-impact Medical Affairs team, support multiple medical initiatives and work in a highly dynamic and collaborative setting.Occasional domestic and international travel will be required.The position is based in Cambridge, MAMajor Duties and Responsibilities:Contribute to the development of (and updates to) the Lemtrada global medical communication plans.Ensure appropriate execution of medical content elements of the tactical plan for assigned product(s). Oversee (and when needed contribute to) the preparation of high quality content and educational and communication materials according to established timelines and procedures.Work closely with external vendors/service providers, including the medical agency(ies) of record, in assisting with medical content planning and execution.Work with external and internal resources (Sanofi Genzyme contributors/reviewers, meeting planners, and medical agency) in the development of educational materials (for internal and field/external use) and event planning to meet objectives in a cost-efficient and timely manner, effectively using project management skills to track and coordinate activities.Contribute to the development of medical content and execution for congress medical communication activities (e.g., congress medical booth materials and planning) and participate in cross-functional congress planning meetings and working groups.Develop and maintain expertise in MS as well as current literature regarding overall MS treatment options, and Sanofi Genzyme MS product data.Identify and engage internal and external Neurologists and MS experts when appropriate, for participation in medical communications meeting as well as consultants for content development, when necessary.Oversee the agenda development, content creation, and execution for educational symposia and internal meetings/summits.Ensure that strategically aligned scientific communication points, elements from other internal guidance and resource documents, and key data are included appropriately in tactics, and that statements and conclusions are accurate and supported by appropriate data.Participate in the development of medical content and strategy for unbranded programs (e.g. Roundtables, MS Expert Series).Participate in relevant cross-functional teams and task forces to represent the Global Medical Communications ?? Franchise and Lemtrada team as needed. Develop and deliver presentations to colleagues and senior management as needed.Oversee and/or contribute to the development/editing of important medical communications to support the MS program, which might include: briefing documents, written communications, Frequently Asked Question documents, backgrounders, slide decks, and medical information letters. This may include writing brief FAQs for high priority projects.Oversee the Global Scientific Communications (GSC) section of the MS Global Portal, which is a Sharepoint platform in which medical resources are posted and accessed globally by affiliates. Oversee the development/review and distribution of the GSC Monthly Newsletter.Ensure the proper pre-medical and medical review of medical materials prior to submission to regulatory, legal, and medical committee for official review and approval.Qualifications:Advanced scientific or clinical degree in the life sciences (e.g. Ph.D., Pharm.D.)At least 5 years of relevant experience in the Pharmaceutical and/or Biotechnology Industry; will consider candidates with less experience but with the appropriate background for Sr. ManagerA productive track record of prior medical and/or scientific communication experience or related experienceKnowledge of and expertise in the field of MS (preferred)Experience managing external medical communications agencies and/or contract medical writersScientific communication and project managementAbility to think strategically, critically analyze, and synthesize complicated data and scientific informationDemonstrated ability to manage several projects simultaneously to meet deadlines while maintaining high quality standardsDemonstrate the ability to adapt to shifting priorities in a highly dynamic environmentExperience collaborating with and supporting international medical scientific colleaguesExperience in managing projects which are highly visible to leadership and broader companyExcellent interpersonal skills, negotiation skills, and verbal and written communication skillsAbility to collaborative well with colleagues, and excel in a matrix structureAbility to thrive in a fast-paced team environment, and also work independently on projects. History of timely tactical execution.Proficiency in Microsoft Office applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook)Sanofi Inc. and its U.S. affiliates are Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action employers committed to a culturally diverse workforce. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race; color; creed; religion; national origin; age; ancestry; nationality; marital, domestic partnership or civil union status; sex, gender, gender identity or expression; affectional or sexual orientation; disability; veteran or military status or liability for military status; domestic violence victim status; atypical cellular or blood trait; genetic information (including the refusal to submit to genetic testing) or any other characteristic protected by law.#GD-SG#LI-GZSanofi is dedicated to supporting people through their health challenges. We are a global biopharmaceutical company focused on human health. We prevent illness with vaccines, provide innovative treatments to fight pain and ease suffering. We stand by the few who suffer from rare diseases and the millions with long-term chronic conditions.With more than 100,000 people in 100 countries, Sanofi is transforming scientific innovation into healthcare solutions around the globe.Sanofi, Empowering Life

Executive Director of Liberal Arts

Southern New Hampshire University
Manchester, NH 03103, USA

Southern New Hampshire University s College of Online and Continuing Education (COCE) is currently seeking an Executive Director of Liberal Arts. The Executive Director (ED) provides strategic national leadership for Southern New Hampshire University... Read More

Southern New Hampshire University s College of Online and Continuing Education (COCE) is currently seeking an Executive Director of Liberal Arts. The Executive Director (ED) provides strategic national leadership for Southern New Hampshire University s Online and Continuing Education Programs (COCE). The Executive Director is responsible for ensuring alignment with the mission and goals of COCE and the University. S/He ensures interdepartmental and college-wide collaboration. The Executive Director must be well-versed in and connected to the national conversation regarding higher education, particularly around student outcomes, general education, workforce needs and different learning modalities such as competency-based education. To be successful s/he must know how to build the box and when to think outside of it . The ED must be Companyolutely committed to maximizing the likelihood of student success in high quality academic programs. S/he is responsible for program quality, growth and success and must be adept at analyzing and interpreting data that informs decision making to support successful programs. Well-informed about higher education administration and learning models, s/he will engage with SNHU leadership as to how best to move towards the next evolution of higher education learning environments.The ED serves a team of academic staff which includes Associate Deans as well as full- and part- time faculty nationally and internationally. With this team, the ED is responsible for implementing and overseeing activities that drive student engagement, student experience and student learning. S/he will lead student success efforts in these programs and collaborate with the other COCE teams including Advising, Marketing, Course Development, Outcomes and Assessment Quality Assurance, and Faculty Support.The ED must excel in an environment that is fully committed to two things student success and team support. For 10 years in a row, SNHU has been named a Great College to Work For which begins with great leadership. The ED plays a key role in continuing that environment.The ED reports to the Sr. Executive Director and/or, in a few instances, directly to the Vice President of Academic Programs.Essential duties and responsibilities of this position include the following:Set vision, strategy, and overarching goals, while developing action plans to enhance current programs and implement new programs and initiativesLead initiatives and actions that ensure that high-quality programs are developed to support student learning, and effectively allowing graduates to achieve the stated program, course and employment outcomesMaintain and develop the faculty pool in their area(s) of study while lending support to other disciplines as required. Recruit and select adjunct faculty for COCE courses ensuring cultural match, real-world experience and appropriate educational credentialsAssist in rapidly resolving academic grievances or student issuesDevelop and implement initiatives that improve student satisfaction & engagement, the student experience, and student learning, understanding that these are major drivers of student success, student persistence and student retentionBuild a culture within COCE programs that supports the systematic application of data-driven decision making toward the end of improving student success, faculty performance, and institutional effectivenessCritically assess the quality and integrity of academic programs to ensure their compliance with accreditation, regulatory, and internal requirements, as well as with professional expectations for graduates in the respective fieldsSupport the professional development opportunities for their team, ensuring their ongoing effectiveness, engagement, and satisfactionPartner with other COCE stakeholders including marketing, advising, course development, faculty training and development, learning resources and outcomes and assessment, toward the goal of increasing the likelihood of student successMaintain a national presence within higher educationMinimum Qualifications:Experience:Earned doctorate from a regionally accredited college or university in a related fieldMinimum of 3-5 years administrative and academic experience at/above/equivalent to Dean LevelSubstantial direct experience with online educationSubstantial supervisory experience, budget management and project managementExperience with curriculum development and outcomes assessmentExperience working with accreditation organizationsBroad experience across diverse functional areas within a college or universityKnowledge/Skills/Abilities:Exceptional leadership, negotiation, and communication skills Leads a team by example and demonstrates the ability to engage effectively with other stakeholders throughout the universityAbility to acquire and use data to identify opportunities for improvement in student success metrics and learning experiencesAbility to help craft and implement strategic initiativesStrong interpersonal, problem-solving and decision-making skillsAbility to engage as a team member with all segments of the University community in a dynamic, evolving environmentAbility and commitment to building academic quality and enhancing the student experience within the online education divisionAbility to balance traditional academic practices and requirements with the expressed mission of expanding higher education to underserved or unserved populations by increasing accessibility and affordabilityKnowledge and understanding of contemporary issues in higher education, including new trends, models and issues of concernAwareness of the status quo and how/when to challenge itPreferred Qualifications:Knowledge of different learning models such as competency-based education highly preferred Associated topics: assistant vice president, associate director, associate provost, dean, monitor, president, president provost, provost, supervise, vice president Associated topics: assistant dean, assistant vice president, associate dean, director, executive director, executive manager, interim dean, lead, monitor, provost

Funeral Director - Embalmer - Hiring Now!

Valley Memorial Park Cemetery & Funeral Home
Novato, CA 94947, USA

Job DescriptionFuneral Director - EmbalmerThe role of a funeral director is responsible for overseeing the planning, organization, and management of all aspect of funeral services. This is a broad service encompassing position that provides support a... Read More

Job DescriptionFuneral Director - EmbalmerThe role of a funeral director is responsible for overseeing the planning, organization, and management of all aspect of funeral services. This is a broad service encompassing position that provides support and guidance to the family and liaisonwith a wide range of other organizations and services to ensure the funeral is properly arranged, requires the ability to sign contracts with family members or legal representative for our services, as well as having a detailed knowledge of the federal, state and local laws governing mortuary activities including transportation of remains, disclosures, pricing, and other related topics,The job description of a funeral director involves patience and compassion, emotional stability, management training, and organizational skills. As a funeral director you will be responsible for the following:1) PRE-NEED RESPONSIBILITES: Provide support and guidance in advance of a death. Providing information on how to arrange a pre-paid funeral plan Discuss ideas and options for funeral arrangements Enter into contracts with families for pre-need funeral arrangements Accept and process payments for pre-need services2) AT-NEED RESONSIBILITIES: Meet with families both before a death occurs and at the time of death Present all who inquire about their services with a General Price List that discloses what they are set up to do for a client and the prices they will ask Explains pricing and product information for caskets, cremations, urns and other options Listen to and spend time with families to help them create a meaningful experience to remember and honor their loved one Take the family s loved one into your care and prepare the remains according to the family s wishes Assist families with arrangements and based on their wishes provide the services requested Contracts with families for services and goods being provided Accepts and process payment for funeral service If required, responsible for preparation and embalming of the deceased prior to the funeral Oversees transportation of casket to church and cemetery. Ensure:o All legal paperwork is completed in an organized and timely fashion.o Laws such as coroner notification of a death and permits are followed precisely Addresses and resolves and customer issues or complaints. Maintains positive relationships with vendors, church officials, cemetery director, Facilities & Grounds Manager, and Chief Executive Officer. Oversees, manages and publishes:o Funeral home price listo Services and events scheduled by day and time Identifies staffing and support for funeral services to Facilities & Grounds Manager They arrange the casket in a parlor and take care of lighting and flower arrangements. They stay in the parlor to greet and comfort the family and friends of the deceased and to make sure that the services run as planned. If burial is to be in another area, they oversee the preparation and shipment of the bod=3) FUNERAL HOME: Ensures cleanliness and organization of the funeral home. Orders supplies and equipment for funeral home as needed.4) TRAINING: Ensures all personnel involved with funeral sales and services as well as cremation sales and services are: Trained on funeral home policies and regulations Trained in and adhere to Federal, State, and Local, County and State Agencies and Boards are compliant with all applicable laws, regulations, policies and procedures. Trained and in compliance with applicable safety codes.5) FORECASTING: Participates in the budget process with the Chief Executive Officer: Provides sales projections Recommends future expense projections for all budget line items including:o Laboro Marketingo Expenseso Meetings and trainingo Equipmento Capital improvement projectsExperience: Experience must have been as an embalmer, funeral director, or mortuary officer that included restorative art and cosmetology. It must have required knowledge of the laws governing mortuary activities, including transportation of remains. The experience must also have demonstrated the ability to establish effective working relationships with individuals, groups, and the public.Ensures that set-up for the memorial service, wake, and funeral adheres to families wishes.Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Licensed as Funeral Director by State of California Demonstrates strong organizational skills. Exhibits patience, empathy, and compassion. Can communicate calmly and kindly with bereaved family and friends. Pays close attention to detail. Exhibits ability to properly manage and oversee a budget. Exhibits strong leadership skills. Is familiar with proper etiquette and procedure for a range of religious or cultural funeral services. Possesses strong listening skills. Possesses knowledge of embalming and burial services. Able to make judgments, and be flexible depending upon a client's own comfort and desires. Well acquainted with all forms of social media and even smart phone technology Aware of funeral and burial customs for many faiths, ethnic groups, and fraternal organizations.Education and Experience: A funeral director must have current and valid Funeral Directors license. Funeral director is expected to have several years of experience working in funeral homes and well versed in the protocols and procedures of the industry.Work Environment: This position spends a significant portion of time in a personal office within a funeral home, meeting with families and making funeral arrangements, attending wakes and memorial services, travel with the family to church and to the cemetery and grave site following funeral services. Hours may vary depending on the needs of the family, and weekend and evening hours are common. The job of a funeral director can be emotionally taxing and stressful.Salary The annual salary for this position will depend on the years of experience. The amount of the annual bonus is based on meeting the Cemetery and Funeral Homes combined operating income budget as well as meeting the performance objectives for the Funeral Director.Company DescriptionWe are an All-Inclusive Cemetery, Funeral Home, On-Site Crematory with a Reception Center for Celebrations of Life serving the North Bay Marin County. Complete with On-Site Morgue and Crematory. Our property stays green all year as we use recycled water. Associated topics: clinical, cosmetologist, hairstylist, licensed, shampoo, skin, skin care, spa, technician, wax Associated topics: clinical, esteticista, hair, hairstylist, hollow, lash, licensed, manicurista, skin, waxing

DIRECTOR, CLINICAL RESEARCH PROTECTIONS & IRB OPERATIONS - Hiring Now!

JobLeads
Duarte, CA 91010, USA

City of Hope, an innovative biomedical research, treatment and educational institution with over 4000 employees, is dedicated to the prevention and cure of cancer and other life-threatening diseases and guided by a compassionate, patient-centered phi... Read More

City of Hope, an innovative biomedical research, treatment and educational institution with over 4000 employees, is dedicated to the prevention and cure of cancer and other life-threatening diseases and guided by a compassionate, patient-centered philosophy. Founded in 1913 and headquartered in Duarte, California, City of Hope is a remarkable non-profit institution, where compassion and advanced care go hand-in-hand with excellence in clinical and scientific research. City of Hope is a National Cancer Institute designated Comprehensive Cancer Center and a founding member of the National Comprehensive Cancer Network, an alliance of the nation's 20 leading cancer centers that develops and institutes standards of care for cancer treatment.The Director Research Protections is responsible for the review and oversight of all human subject research conducted at the City of Hope and its community practices. The Director for Clinical Research Protections assures and maintains compliance with federal and state regulatory requirements for the conduct of research as well as prepares AAHRPP (Association for the Accreditation of Human Research Protection Programs) applications and maintains accreditation. The Director for Clinical Research Protections, reports to the Senior Director, Research Protections and is expected to collaborate with the Senior Director, Research Protections on a regular basis. The Director for Clinical Research Protections is responsible for planning, directing and coordinating the Research Subjects Protection program and leading a team to facilitate research involving human subjects through the research regulatory committees -- Cancer Protocol Review and Monitoring Committee (CPRMC), Protocol Review and Monitoring Committee (PRMC) and Institutional Review Board (IRB). The Director for Clinical Research Protections must also coordinate with other departments and committees involved in the oversight of human subject research including the Data and Safety Monitoring Committee (DSMC), Institutional Biosafety Committee (IBC--recombinant DNA research including human gene transfer), Radiation Safety Committee (RSC) and the Stem Cell Research Oversight (SCRO) Committee, Conflict of Interest and Commitment Committee (COICC) to ensure reviews are conducted efficiently. Essential Functions: Personnel Management Build relationship with internal stakeholders, including consulting with researchers and members of the protocol management team (PMT). Retain and develop quality committee managers who oversee the Research Protocol Analysts (RPAs). Retain and develop Managers and RPAs for the IRB and CPRMC/PRMC. Liaise with research compliance and internal audit representatives as appropriate. Works with various stakeholders to build consensus and navigate the COH culture to effect change. Human Subject Research Review and Oversight Assure that process and systems in use for the review and oversight of human subject research are cutting-edge and consistent with industry best practices and advise the Senior Director, RPU and professional staff on issues related to Federal and State regulations involving human and protection. Identifies needs for and develops additional policies, practices or initiatives to enhance the efficiency of the human subject research review path while maintaining compliance with the Cancer Center Support Grant requirements, federal and state regulations, and AAHRPP standards. Initiate and implement policies and procedures impacting institutional compliance with Federal and state regulations relating to scientific review and human subject research. This may include coordinating with the Analytics and Decision Support team to continue configuration and customization of the iMedRIS application which supports the CPRMC/PRMC and IRB. IRB, CPRMC/PRMC Direct and implement procedures to ensure adequate meeting preparation and attendance. Ensures that committees are appropriately comprised of diverse and experienced members. The Director for Clinical Research Protections may be a member or ex-officio non-voting member of research oversight committees including the C/PRMC and IRB. Conduct regular evaluations of committee member participation. Non-compliance issues Assemble the necessary Executive Committees (IRB, CPRMC/PRMC), produce a summary of the issues presented by the acts of non-compliance, summarize the Executive Committee members' discussion, outline issues that must be addressed, develop strategies based on the regulatory requirements for assessing the acts of non-compliance and Executive Committee's recommendations, prepare talking points and recommendations for the Chair to bring before the respective full Board meetings, etc. May as necessary directly contact the Institutional Official, Senior Vice President for Research Operations or the Chief Scientific Officer. In-services and orientations Conduct and/or coordinate in-services with departments, disease teams and by invitation conduct workshops, COH Responsible Conduct of Research Seminar Series and new committee member orientation. External Agencies Serve as liaison between the COH and Federal and State agencies on matters relating to human subject protections. Coordinate as necessary and participates in regulatory agency site visits and audits. Analyze and assess audit findings and determine if the audit findings need to be clarified and if any corrective actions must be taken by the institution vis- ?-vis IRB-related findings/solutions that need to be implemented. Responsible for drafting correspondence on behalf of committees to external agencies as necessary. Coordinate reviews with externally designated IRBs including, but not limited to NCI CIRB and Western IRB, as well as other Single IRBs as required by NIH requirements AAHRPP Accreditation & Maintenance Working with the Senior Director, Research Protections who serves as the Director of the COH HRPP, direct and coordinate the timely applications for accreditation and re-accreditation for Human Research Protection Program, as well as the annual reports. Promote and implement efficiencies consistent with best industry practices. Metrics and Reporting Develop metrics and regular reporting for workload volume and review timelines as well as other reports as needed or requested. Distribute and publish reports to Executive Committees and senior leadership on a regular basis. Align to industry best practices and keep review timelines consistent with national metrics. Maintain current Assurances and IRB Registrations with OHRP, FDA and DOD, as applicable Maintain current Federal Wide Assurance (FWA) for human subjects research with OHRP as well as DOD agencies as applicable. Ensure COH designated IRBs are appropriately registered. External Activities By invitation from various organizations, give talks, lectures, and conduct workshops at national conferences, such as PRIM&R, NCCN Directors Meeting, and AACI. Follows established City of Hope and department policies, procedures, objectives, performance improvement, attendance, safety, environmental, and infection control guidelines, includingadherence to theworkplaceCode of Conduct and Compliance Plan. Practices a high level of integrity and honesty in maintaining confidentiality. Performs other related duties as assigned or requested. Follows established City of Hope and department policies, procedures, objectives, performance improvement, attendance, safety, environmental, and infection control guidelines, includingadherence to theworkplaceCode of Conduct and Compliance Plan. Practices a high level of integrity and honesty in maintaining confidentiality. Performs other related duties as assigned or requested.* Master's degree. Experience may substitute for minimum education requirements. * 5-10 years personnel and administrative management experience within the context of research regulations. * Certified IRB Professional is preferred. * Knowledge and understanding of 45 CFR 46 (HHS), 21 CFR 56, 50, 312, 812 (FDA), Title 17 (California Health and Safety Code), accreditation requirements (such as AAHRPP), 45 CFR 160 & 164 (HIPAA research regulations), Cancer Center Support Grant (CCSG) Guidelines and other NIH requirements related to human subject research, working knowledge of information systems relating to the management of committee review and oversight of research, as well as competency in public/group speaking.

Senior Director Scientific Publications

Astellas Pharma US
1 Astellas Way, Northbrook, IL 60062, USA

The Senior Director Scientific Publications is responsible for leading English-language publication activities globally for Astellas marketed products and compounds in post-POC clinical developent. The Head Scientific Publications will be accountable... Read More

Developing innovative therapies is one of the most challenging, most essential and personally rewarding fields in science. This is the most exciting time to be a part of Astellas, a company with a uniquely collaborative and patient-focused culture. There's something special about working at Astellas. It's reflected in our focus on the people we serve, the way we treat each other and the results we achieve together as a company. Astellas is announcing a Senior Director Scientific Publications opening in Northbrook, IL. Purpose & Scope: The Senior Director Scientific Publications is responsible for leading English-language publication activities globally for Astellas marketed products and compounds in post-POC clinical developent. The Head Scientific Publications will be accountable for managing the execution of the publication plans (in partnership with TA Heads in Medical Affairs and Development), overseeing all publication operations, including publication project management, author/vendor management and submission logistics. The incumbent will be responsible for overseeing budget for all English-language publications, and working with authors, medical leaders and statistics to ensure high quality publication submissions. Furthermore, the leader will set, govern and enforce global standards for all Astellas-driven publication activities globally, across all publication types and languages. Essential Job Responsibilities: * Oversight of functions related to publications planning and development and publication-related training * Oversight of the global Policy and SOP regulating publications at Astellas and continuous improvement of the Policy, in line with changes within and outside of Astellas * Manage the Publication Database that functions as a repository as well as a project management and review tool for all English-language publications; including ensuring training for all colleagues involved in the publications process * Understand industry trends in publications to ensure Astellas standards are in line with best practices * Ensure all applicable products/compounds in post-POC clinical development have annual Publication Plans * Ensure proactive risk management approaches are applied to allow for execution of Publication Plans according to agreed timelines * Establish strong partnership with Medical and Development staff at Global, Region and Country levels throughout the publication process * Develop policies and procedures to ensure Astellas colleagues and outsource partners plan and deliver scientific communications that are scientifically balanced and sound * Establish continuous monitoring, metrics and reporting to ensure adherence to policy and processes and identify areas for process improvement * Ensure colleagues within the Publications department have the tools and resources to be successful in the execution of their objectives * Financial management of department-related budget Quantitative Dimensions: The Senior Director, head of Scientific Publication leads a high performing leadership team that delivers high quality publications across multiple therapeutic areas. The results produced by the Senior Director and their direct reports must be scientifically sound and in compliance with applicable regulations. The Senior Director will oversee the Scientific Publication budget (estimated 10 million dollars) and will demonstrate effective leadership and executive presence with both internal and external executive leaders. This includes a staff of 12+ and oversight/management of vendors and contractors. Organizational Context: The Senior Director, Scientific Publications reports to the Vice President, Medical Excellence and will manage a department with at least 3 people managers as well as individual contributors, vendors and contractors. They will have multiple cross-collaborative project teams and matrix responsibilities within the Astellas global organization. The Senior Director will collaborate with the following colleagues: * Medical Affairs (Global and Regional): Executive Medical Directors, Medical Directors, Directors * Development: Vice Presidents/Executive Directors; Senior Directors, Directors (TA and Global Data Science) * Other: Alliance Management, Compliance, Legal * External: Authors, Journal Editors, Vendors, Contractors Qualifications: * Advanced Degree required (MBA, MD, PharmD, PhD, NP, PA); Healthcare degree preferred * At least 10 years of pharmaceutical industry, or related, experience with at least 5 years of experience in publication planning and tactical execution * People management and team leadership experience * Significant project management experience * Excellent written and verbal communication skills * Experience working in a global environment (multiple regions and countries) * Working knowledge of pharmaceutical development and product life-cycle management * Significant experience and knowledge of clinical trial protocols, reports, data presentation and interpretation * Familiarity with all aspects of publication planning and ability to bring industry insights on trends in publication planning and management * Ability to interact with internal and external authors, journal editors, teams, etc. * Ability to assess medical writing quality * In depth knowledge of ICMJE, GPP3, IFPMA and other guidelines related to publication practice * Ability to function effectively on a strategic as well as tactical basis Preferred * Experience managing publications in a global environment * Experience in managing people managers #LI-JB2 Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Protected Veterans/DisabledSDL2017 Associated topics: chief, co producer, editor in chief, executive, film, principal editor, producer, production, showrunner, vice president

Director, Business Development & Licensing, Search & Evaluation - Hiring Now!

Merck Company
320 Bent St, Cambridge, MA 02141, USA

The Director performs scientific analyses for pre-PoC human health licensing and acquisition projects in the New England region and eastern provinces of Canada. He/She analyzes and evaluates the full range of data to provide external product candidat... Read More

Merck & Co., Inc. Kenilworth, N.J., U.S.A. known as Merck in the United States and Canada, is a global health care leader with a diversified portfolio of prescription medicines, vaccines and animal health products. The difference between potential and achievement lies in the spark that fuels innovation and inventiveness; this is the space where Merck has codified its legacy for over a century . Mercks success is backed by ethical integrity, forward momentum, and an inspiring mission to achieve new milestones in global healthcare. Merck is on a quest for cures and is committed to being the worlds premier, most research-intensive biopharmaceutical company. Today, were doubling down on this goal. Merck Research Laboratories is a true scientific research facility of tomorrow, and will take Mercks leading discovery capabilities and world-class small molecule and biologics R&D expertise to create breakthrough science that radically changes the way we approach serious diseases. The Boston Innovation Hub is located in Kendall Square in Cambridge, MA and falls within the Business Development & Licensing (BD&L) organization. The team is focused on driving deals with New England area and Canadian biotechnology companies and academic centers and increasing the visibility and collaborative spirit within these geographies. The Director, BD&L Search & Evaluation will be a highly experienced senior scientific prospector, responsible for finding, evaluating and championing opportunities for licensing, acquisition and/or collaboration in this region that are in the clinical pre-proof-of-concept (pre-PoC) stage of development. The Director will also have responsibility for leading scientific evaluation teams to complete due diligence activities. The Director will be part of an energetic, cross-functional business development team responsible for getting deals completed and managing a portfolio of opportunities being prosecuted in the Boston Innovation Hub. Specific responsibilities will include: Acting as Mercks spokesperson and scientific prospector for identifying new research collaborations, preclinical compounds, and clinical compounds in Boston, the surrounding New England states as well as eastern provinces of Canada through licensing, acquisition, collaborations, co-development agreements, and other strategic alliances. Performing scientific evaluation of pre-PoC human health licensing, collaboration and acquisition projects. Analyzing the full range of data to evaluate candidate partnering opportunities. Working with MRL scientific leadership in applicable Therapeutic Areas and line functions in setting partnering strategy. Guides the team that scientifically executes upon that strategy by leading the search and evaluation component of the overall process. Leads the cross-functional scientific team who are responsible for due diligence and scientific negotiations/approvals on major partnering projects. Collaborates with Transactions team members, Alliance Managers and colleagues across Merck. The Director performs scientific analyses for pre-PoC human health licensing and acquisition projects in the New England region and eastern provinces of Canada. He/She analyzes and evaluates the full range of data to provide external product candidates in specific assigned therapeutic areas. The Director assesses and prioritizes organizations as potential candidates for strategic alliances, joint ventures, or for investment. The Director makes presentations on behalf of Merck at industry networking events, scientific conferences, and other venues. With scientific and BD&L leadership, he/she formulates a partnering strategy. The Director communicates Merck's partnering desires to internal and external stakeholders, while remaining open to identifying and advocating for new game-changing opportunities. He/she is responsible for prioritizing and managing the scientific assessment of potential partnering opportunities from internal and external opportunity channels to support new opportunities. The position manages a large portfolio of complex projects and is responsible for timely responses to potential partners (large, mid-sized, and small pharma; biotech; academia; and government) and regular communication across the organization regarding the progress of partnering opportunities. The Director partners with transactions professionals and scientific colleagues to progress deals to completion. Throughout the search, evaluation, and execution process, the Director provides assessments and updates to Senior Management and ensures that there is a sufficient flow of quality opportunities to maintain the health of the Merck pipeline. He/She helps to coordinate the portfolio of Search & Evaluation projects and coordinates activities between the Boston Innovation Hub and other sites within BD&L. Required: Graduate degree (incl. Masters level) in a life sciences discipline At least 7 years of experience in Biotech or Pharmaceuticals industry, with at least 5 years of applicable business development experience Broad-based scientific knowledge across human health therapeutic areas Understanding of basic science technologies as applied to medical targets Strong networking, organizational, analytic, and sound judgment Superior written and oral communication skills Ability to influence decisions or issues that have broad business impact Expertise in leading edge business development practices and techniques Preferred: MD or PhD in a life sciences discipline and MBA or JD At least 10 years of drug discovery experience in Biotech or Pharmaceuticals industry, with at least 5 years of buy-side business development experience Your role at Merck is integral to helping the world meet new breakthroughs that affect generations to come, and were counting on your skills and inventiveness to help make meaningful contributions to global medical advancement. At Merck, were inventing for life. If you need assistance and/or a reasonable accommodation due to a disability during the application or the recruiting process, please send a request to ...@merck.com . Search Firm Representatives Please Read Carefully: Merck & Co., Inc. is not accepting unsolicited assistance from search firms for this employment opportunity. Please, no phone calls or emails. All resumes submitted by search firms to any employee at Merck via email, the Internet or in any form and/or method without a valid written search agreement in place for this position will be deemed the sole property of Merck. No fee will be paid in the event the candidate is hired by Merck as a result of the referral or through other means. For more information about personal rights under Equal Employment Opportunity, visit: EEOC Poster EEOC GINA Supplement?

Director of Communications Human Rights Campaign - Hiring Now!

Bridgespan Group
PARCEL RETURN SERVICE, DC 56901, USA

The Communications Director will work with the SVP to provide strategic direction to the department, ensure tasks are consistently and swiftly executed at a high level, and manage a smoothly functioning communications team. The Communications Directo... Read More

The Communications Director will work with the SVP to provide strategic direction to the department, ensure tasks are consistently and swiftly executed at a high level, and manage a smoothly functioning communications team. The Communications Director will also provide communications and media expertise to program areas throughout HRC. Specific responsibilities of the position are as followsCommunications strategy Create and execute on a holistic organizational communication strategy that relies on earned media but also incorporates paid media, membership communication and online/social media.Research and message development Guide quantitative and qualitative message research that benefits the organization or particular issue area and develop messages and taking points based on that research. The Director will ensure that HRC materials across program areas and departments reflect organizational positions and are framed persuasively.Effective media relations A strong ability to develop and implement appropriate media relations strategies and tactics for a variety of situations is vital. The Communications Director will also position HRC to react in breaking news stories. Strong and demonstrated relationship-building skills and established relationships with national media are required. Additionally, a thorough understanding of and contacts within LGBTQ media are important.Thought leadership As the largest Company LGBTQ advocacy organization, it is crucial that HRC effectively communicate its leadership on a range of key issues and priorities. Must demonstrate the ability to shape the public conversation about these issues through not only effective media relations, but the placement of spokespersons, columns, and editorials on a variety of issues important to the LGBTQ community. Strong and proven writing skills and the ability to seize upon timely events is crucial. Building and maintaining relationships with key broadcast producers and reporters as well as editorial writers and columnists are a practical necessity of delivering on the Communications Director s responsibilities.Spokesperson A strong and demonstrated ability to act as an on-the-record and background source is necessary.Outstanding writing skills Must have excellent writing skills, including the ability to write speeches, opinion pieces, press releases and other materials, and be able to work in a fast-paced environment under tight deadlines. As someone who will oversee the development of this content, the Communications Director must be able to lead by example, execute when needed, and provide strategic feedback. Team and resource management As the primary supervisor for junior and mid-level communications staff, the Director must be able to mentor and guide other staff while being able to help staff deliver their full potential. The Director will also work with the SVP on planning and administering the department s budget. Position QualificationsBachelor s degree required, Master s Degree preferred with at least ten or more years of cumulative work experience in positions of increasing responsibility in communications and media relations. Staff and program management experience is required.Must be creative and strategic, with the ability to balance long-term goals and day-to-day demands.Must have department-wide budget development and management experience.Must have a demonstrated record of success in advancing organizational goals and messages by communicating effectively and strategically in the media. Must be highly organized and detail-oriented, proactive and results-oriented, and capable of working collaboratively and handling multiple projects simultaneously in a high-volume, fast-paced environment.Must be experienced manager capable of effectively providing guidance, coaching, and critical feedback to staff both verbally and through written materials including performance reviews. Should have public speaking experience and skills, and be able to represent HRC in a variety of settings, including the media.Must also have exceptional writing skills, proven computer skills including Microsoft Word, Excel, Internet proficiency, and strong verbal communication skills.Flexibility with work schedule; this position requires frequent evening and weekend work to respond to breaking news.Strong commitment to and interest in the rapidly changing LGBTQ equality movement and a working knowledge of LGBTQ issues. Must be willing to travel at least 15% of work time. Associated topics: ad, cmo, demand, major gift, newspaper, policy, product market, relationship, stewardship, university relationship Associated topics: ad, advertise, alumni, business, facebook, media, medical center, public, regulatory, relationship

Sales and Marketing Director

The Wentworth at Draper
11631 700 E, Draper, UT 84020, USA

The Sales and Marketing Director position maintains and/or improves upon the occupancy level and revenue production of the community in accordance with marketing and business plans; includes managing the sales process and completing all activities re... Read More

Sales and Marketing Director We are looking for an experienced and compassionate Sales and Marketing Director to join our team. Must be a vibrant and dynamic personality with A LOT of energy and a sincere passion for working with seniors and provide peace of mind through quality care to seniors and their loved ones. The Sales and Marketing Director position maintains and/or improves upon the occupancy level and revenue production of the community in accordance with marketing and business plans; includes managing the sales process and completing all activities required for a sale. The Sales and Marketing Director represents the community and increases awareness through participation in outside events. Assists management with resident retention. Partners with management to develop and execute marketing plans and achieve community occupancy goals.Responsibilities: Sales and Marketing Director Maintains and/or improves upon the occupancy level and revenue production of the community in accordance with marketing and business plansSales and Marketing Director Manages the sales process and completes all activities required for a sale.Sales and Marketing Director Represents the community and increases awareness through participation in outside events.Sales and Marketing Director Assists management with resident retention.Sales and Marketing Director Partners with management to develop and execute marketing plans and achieve community occupancy goals.Requirements: Bachelor's Degree in Marketing, Business, or related field or equivalent combination of experience and education preferredA minimum of two to five years' sales experience, preferably in the retirement industry or medical or pharmaceutical sales, with a proven track record of generating and closing a high percentage of qualified leads.Frequent car travel requires a valid driver's license.Knowledge of Medicare and Medicaid regulations applicable for the product line(s) being sold.Knowledge of state regulations impacting or directing the delivery of services.Ability to effectively listen and communicate verbally and in writing is essential. We offer comprehensive benefits and a competitive wage. Apply TODAY to schedule your personal interview for this exciting opportunity

Design, Planning and Economics Practice Director - Hiring Now!

AECOM
New York, NY 10176, USA

The D+P/E Practice Director will play a key leadership role in collaborating with our Architecture, Engineering, and Strategy+ practices on interdisciplinary pursuits, and projects where leadership across multiple disciplines and across business line... Read More

**Business Line** Design + Planning **Position Title** Design, Planning and Economics Practice Director United States of America - New York New York **Job Summary** As Design, Planning and Economics Practice Director (D+P/E) this individual will be responsible for the growth and overall leadership of the Planning and Urban Design, Economics, and Landscape Architecture studios as part of Buildings + Places New York Metro and the national D+P/E practice. Reporting to the Regional Business Line Leader (RBLL) for New York Metro, this individual will determine strategy for major pursuits and hiring in close collaboration with the RBLL. The D+P/E Practice Director will also partner with other business lines, thought leaders and Client Account Managers to identify, pursue win and deliver multi-discipline projects and programs. The D+P/E Practice Director will play a key leadership role in collaborating with our Architecture, Engineering, and Strategy+ practices on interdisciplinary pursuits, and projects where leadership across multiple disciplines and across business lines is required. This individual will also collaborate closely with our infrastructure engineering teams on pursuits and projects, with the goal of further growing a diversified planning practice that capitalizes on the dominant position that AECOM has in New York. The D+P/E Practice Director will collaborate and share knowledge with his/her planning and design peers across the Americas and globally to ensure that best ideas, innovations and practices are integrated into New York Metro. The D+P/E Practice Director will also play a critical role in providing project leadership, direction and business development in planning and urban design, together with project and client management. As an industry thought leader, this individual will develop and implement initiatives and drive AECOM?s planning and design response to climate change, resiliency and urban infrastructure for cities. As a recognized planning and design leader the ideal candidate will attract talent to AECOM and mentor the career growth for people in the planning team. The D+P/E Practice Director will win or contribute in a significant way to 10MM in pursuits and 3-4MM in wins annually. **Minimum Requirements** + Bachelor?s degree in Planning, Urban Design, Architecture, Landscape Architecture, or similar discipline + Chartered or registered status with a relevant professional body is required + 15+ years? progressive experience, ideally in a multi-disciplinary practice, with the past 5 years spent within a senior studio/practice leadership capacity + Strong portfolio of work with a focus on the design and delivery of urban infrastructure projects + Demonstrably good commercial awareness, an appetite for business development, and client management skills + Ability to develop key and trusted client relationships that can quickly lead to new business both inside and outside of AECOM + Demonstrable track record in the successful delivery of projects from proposal development to completion, including periodic project reviews, with a focus on financial controls and maintaining project schedule and budget + Proven experience in successfully managing teams based across multiple locations and is well regarded by peers and direct reports + Superior interpersonal skills including relationship building and communication at all levels and work collaboratively across the organization; listening to other points of view while still being persuasive + Excellent written and presentation skills with an ability to effectively communicate with senior audiences, both internally and externally skilled moderator for design and consultation workshops + High profile within the industry **Preferred Qualifications** + Master?s degree in Planning, Urban Design, Architecture, Landscape Architecture or similar discipline + Active within relevant industry organizations such as APA, ULI, AIA or ASLA **What We Offer** AECOM is a place where you can put your innovative thinking and business skills into high gear and work alongside other highly intelligent and motivated people. It's a place where you can apply your skills to some of the world's most challenging, interesting, and meaningful projects worldwide. It's a place that values the diversity of our areas of practice and our people. It's what makes AECOM a great place to work and grow. AECOM is an equal opportunity employer and Minorities, Females, Veterans, and Disabled persons are encouraged to apply. For further information, please click here to view the EEO Is The Law poster. At AECOM, employee?s safety and security are our top Safeguarding core value. All employees are expected to set the highest level of safety expectation in their work, display the highest level of safe behavior, and actively participate in AECOM?s Safety for Life Program. SH&E is a part of our company culture and participation is required for all employees _NOTICE TO THIRD PARTY AGENCIES:_ _Please note that AECOM does not accept unsolicited resumes from recruiters or employment agencies. In the absence of a signed Recruitment Fee Agreement, AECOM will not consider or agree to payment of any referral compensation or recruiter fee. In the event a recruiter or agency submits a resume or candidate without a previously signed agreement, AECOM explicitly reserves the right to pursue and hire those candidate(s) without any financial obligation to the recruiter or agency. Any unsolicited resumes, including those submitted to hiring managers, are deemed to be the property of AECOM._ **_Job Category_** _Management_ **_Business Group_** _Design and Consulting Services Group (DCS)_ **_Country_** _United States of America_ **_Position Status_** _Full-Time_ **_Requisition/Vacancy No._** _189335BR_ _Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or protected veteran status._

Director of Community Outreach and Innovation - Hiring Now!

Concordia University Wisconsin/Ann Arbor
12800 N Lake Shore Dr, Mequon, WI 53097, USA

Concordia University invites applications for the full-time, exempt position of Director of Community Outreach and Innovation. The Director of Community Outreach and Innovation will be focused on coordinating and initiating critical outreach, negotia... Read More

Concordia University invites applications for the full-time, exempt position of Director of Community Outreach and Innovation. The Director of Community Outreach and Innovation will be focused on coordinating and initiating critical outreach, negotiation and relationship management for new and existing academic and corporate partnerships. The director will develop new growth opportunities for the university by improving revenue growth and competitive differentiation through strategic alliances, partnerships, and other business development initiatives. Project management, strategic planning, communication, influencing and organization are key skills for success in this role. This position is responsible for working across Academic and other units to coordinate all aspects of strategic academic partnerships. The position reports to the Vice Provost for Student Enrollment and Engagement. RESPONSIBILITIES: Establishes policies and practices to guide the development and implementation of strategic academic and corporate partnerships within the broad community, with a focus upon efforts to serve adult accelerated learners Forms a shared vision, standard protocols for establishing and maintaining academic partnerships Designs and leads training for internal stakeholders on community partnerships Identifies, establishes and maintains relationships with outside businesses and education settings Develops a comprehensive and robust partnership program designed to achieve mutual benefit and be driven by shared responsibility for both Concordia University and the partner institution Monitors industry trends, including competitive intelligence and actively participate in strategy discussions Demonstrates comfort and confidence in work that reflects the distinct mission and core values of Concordia University Collaborates with the admission team to identify, select, and recruit potential students through outside partnerships Maintains clear communication with others internally who are coordinating/pursuing partnership efforts Serves as key liaison in working with various internal departments and leadership to gain appropriate approvals and review modifications needed to any relevant business processes Designs, tracks and reports on key performance metrics of the success of the outreach and innovation program Advises internal stakeholders in the areas that may be of growth potential with programs, certificates and other offerings at Concordia University Works closely with leaders in Enrollment and Marketing to ensure alignment with recruitment/enrollment goals, tracking and reporting on lead source (by partnership) and collect/give ongoing feedback Knowledge, skills and abilities Proven ability to close deals, from prospecting through contract negotiation, execution, and relationship launch Proven ability to build and leverage relationships toward successful outcomes and build consensus even in the face of competing priorities Proven ability to think strategically and exhibit leadership Commitment to the University mission and core values Clear sense of integrity, work ethic and a sincere interest in building strong relationships based upon competency and trust Education and Experience Bachelor's degree in Business, Marketing, Sales, Entrepreneurship or a related field required, MBA preferred. 5+ years' experience in business development and/or strategic partnership. Compensation and Benefits This is a full-time, exempt position. Starting range is dependent upon on individual qualifications and experience. Concordia health, disability and retirement plan enrollment is available to full-time employees and their eligible dependents. Tuition benefits are also available for employees and their qualified dependents. Physical Demands/Equipment The physical demands described herein are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this position. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to use hands to finger, handle, or feel objects, tools, or controls. The employee frequently is required to sit, reach with hands and arms, and talk or hear. The employee is occasionally required to stand; walk; climb or balance; and stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl. The employee must regularly lift and/or move up to 40 pounds, and occasionally lift and/or move 50 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this position include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, and depth perception. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate. The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of the position. It is not intended to be all-inclusive. Administration reserves the right to adjust the duties and responsibilities. Equal Opportunity Employer It is the policy of CU to provide equal opportunity to all employees and applicants for employment in accordance with all applicable federal, state, and local laws. The University will not discriminate against or harass any employee or applicant for employment because of race, color, sex, pregnancy, national origin (including ancestry), citizenship status, physical or mental disability, age, marital status, gender, veteran or military status, predisposing genetic characteristics, domestic violence victim status, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws. However, CU is an institution of the LCMS and, to the extent allowed by law, CU reserves the right to give preference in employment based on religion. In addition, preference in holding certain employment positions is given to ordained or rostered ministers of the LCMS. Based on a religious tenet, CU recognizes only male, LCMS ordained Ministers of the Gospel, but recognizes both male and female LCMS Rostered Ministers of the Gospel. The Human Resources Department has been appointed to manage the equal employment opportunity program, including all equal employment opportunity activities, as required by federal, state and local agencies. If any employee or applicant for employment believes this policy has been violated, he/she must contact the Director of Human Resources. Concordia University is a HLC accredited, co-educational, liberal arts school offering 71 undergraduate majors of study, 39 master's degrees, and 4 doctoral programs. Concordia is a Lutheran higher education community committed to helping students develop in mind, body, and spirit for service to Christ in the Church and in the world. Job Posted by ApplicantPro Associated topics: chief, chief executive officer, chief financial officer, director of finance, executive director, executive vice president, president, provost, senior associate, vice president

Consumer Marketing Director, Atopic Dermatitis, Cambridge, MA - Hiring Now!

Sanofi
Cambridge, MA 02139, USA

Sanofi Inc. and its U.S. affiliates are Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action employers committed to a culturally diverse workforce. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race; color; creed; religion;... Read More

Director, US Consumer Marketing, DUPIXENT/ Adult Atopic DermatitisThe Director US Consumer Marketing, DUPIXENT for Adult Atopic Dermatitis (AD) will be responsible for helping lead the development, execution and measurement of all key marketing strategies and tactics .Key responsibilities start with developing an intimate and thorough understanding of core patient needs to inform and guide all aspects of patient engagement. This core understanding should be reflected in consumer unbranded and branded communication campaigns.In addition to prerequisite experience, technical knowledge and skills, the Director must have an ability to collaborate and lead in a complex, hybrid organizational environment. This applies within the US and Global Sanofi commercial & medical structures, as well as across the broader Alliance with our Joint Venture partner, Regeneron.The Director position reports to the Senior Director, Consumer Marketing, Dupilumab/AD.Responsibilities Manage both unbranded and branded Patient Ambassador Programs which integrates with multi-channel pull through tactics (Point of Care, Print, Digital, CRM, DTC, Live Events)Work with market research to develop and execute research needed to validate programs, inform investment decisions and ongoing KPI measurement.Collaborate and lead key agency/vendor relationships to ensure delivery of robust consumer marketing strategies and tacticsLead for Consumer team yearly brand planningFranchise view on patient materials that span across Adult AD, Pediatric AD andEnhance outside partner relationships, including patient advocacy organizations, to ensure integration and continuity of all consumer facing activities Manage the internal legal, regulatory, and medical review and approval of appropriate consumer materials.Brand lead on all print production projects and warehouse management/ inventory of field tactics Manage budgets, monthly reconciliations, PO paperwork/ process with agencies and closely monitor performance in order to ensure cost effective delivery of all programsDrive internal and Alliance stakeholder alignment, and develop strong relationships with cross-functional teams that support the brandEnsure that all key strategies are aligned with HCP and Payer target efforts and broader portfolio prioritiesExperience and Required SkillsMinimum Level of Job-Related Education: Bachelor's degreeMBA or other graduate level degree preferredSuccessful track record in pharmaceutical marketing with 10+ years relevant experience with increasing job responsibilities.Product launch experience is requiredSpecialty/biologics and/or dermatology expertise is preferredCandidates must possess the ability to proactively analyze business problems, identify key issues, develop strategic solutions, implement tactical programs, and design metrics to measure business impact.Individual must possess the ability to build consensus in a matrix environment with multiple functional groups supporting the brand team.Previous supervisory experience in marketing with demonstrated ability to effectively communicate, influence and lead a plus.Ability to travel approximately 30%.US ?? all entitiesSanofi Inc. and its U.S. affiliates are Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action employers committed to a culturally diverse workforce. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race; color; creed; religion; national origin; age; ancestry; nationality; marital, domestic partnership or civil union status; sex, gender, gender identity or expression; affectional or sexual orientation; disability; veteran or military status or liability for military status; domestic violence victim status; atypical cellular or blood trait; genetic information (including the refusal to submit to genetic testing) or any other characteristic protected by law.Sanofi Glassdoor: #GD-SASanofi LinkedIn: #LI-SASanofi is dedicated to supporting people through their health challenges. We are a global biopharmaceutical company focused on human health. We prevent illness with vaccines, provide innovative treatments to fight pain and ease suffering. We stand by the few who suffer from rare diseases and the millions with long-term chronic conditions.With more than 100,000 people in 100 countries, Sanofi is transforming scientific innovation into healthcare solutions around the globe.Sanofi, Empowering Life

Chase Consumer Bank - Market Director Banking - Philadelphia - Hiring Now!

JPMorgan Chase and
1650 Market St, Philadelphia, PA 19103, USA

The Market Director will drive a world class customer experience, strategize to drive the growth of the deposits and banking business, develop and coach Branch Managers, and oversee the management of the market. The Market Director also plays a key r... Read More

At JP Morgan Chase, we have an obsession for helping our customers, taking care of our employees, a strong commitment to diversity and inclusion, building relationships, and delivering extraordinary customer service. Using the latest banking solutions combined with cutting edge financial technology you ll be front and center representing our brand, and problem solving to offer our customers the best solutions for their financial needs. If you are passionate about people, helping to improve the lives of our customers through financial solutions, education and advice, then join us at JP Morgan Chase.Job Description:The Market Director will drive a world class customer experience, strategize to drive the growth of the deposits and banking business, develop and coach Branch Managers, and oversee the management of the market. The Market Director also plays a key role in ensuring our Customer Promise comes to life for our clients. We acknowledge who our customers are and what they want out of life. We make it easy to bank and invest when, where and how our customers want. We give access to solutions, strategies and expertise when our customers need them. A successful Market Director creates a culture of excellence and an environment that meets a high standard of customer service and excellence within the community by building deep relationships and delivering an exceptional customer experience.Responsibilities:As a Market Director you will leverage your leadership and communication skills to: Manage and coach branch managers to engage customersCoach branch managers on best practice techniques for coaching, reviewing business, and ensuring complianceRecruit, retain, and develop excellent talent to be customer-obsessedEncourage integration and cooperation between branch manager, bankers, and advisorAddress any escalated client issues promptly and effectivelyInstill an environment where employees feel valued, supported, and able to achieve career growthDrive growth in the businessDevelop strategy toachieve key financial metrics including deposit and investment balance growth, customer acquisition and retention, and expense management.Drive integration with partners from Chase Wealth Management, Business Banking and Home Lending (One Chase) to give our customers access to solutions, strategies and expertise to give our customers one place to meet all of their financial needs.Partner with other market leaders (e. g., Market Director Wealth) to ensure the growth of other lines of business, including investments and loansBeing a visionary who influences the use of technology to meet the customers needs of today and the future.Work with branch managers to implement growth strategyPlays key role in Market Expansion initiative and develops/reviews new branch and market plans through a transformative lens; exhibits an entrepreneurial mind-setDevelops and proactively engages the community relationships across new marketsServes as an ambassador for the Firm and specifically, for the evolution of the businessIs a talent scout for the organization and owns the end-to-end onboarding and new hire experienceCreate & maintain an employee-centric culture by providing coaching, feedback mechanisms & tools that fosters employee engagement & empowerment.Champions One JPMCManage the market to ensure an excellent customer experienceHave a passion for our customers which results in all of our employees meeting and exceeding our customer expectations and creating a customer obsessed culture.Ensure that all branch managers are effectively mitigating risk and remaining in compliance to guarantee a safe banking experience for clientsConduct detailed business reviews to deep dive into resultsDeploy resources to optimize market performance Pursues and creates a customer centric organization Proven track record of coaching and developing high performing sales teams Demonstrates ability to build relationships and proactively collaborate with all other areas of CCB Is proactive; takes initiative to identify solutions, has entrepreneurial business spirit and executes with a sense of urgency Creates a climate in which people want to do their best; motivates and empowers others by inviting input from each person and sharing ownership and visibility Ability to set the tone of commitment to diversity and inclusion Ability to effectively lead managers remotely Identify needs of market segment in order to tailor proactive customer education Effectively prioritizes, multi-tasks, and plans and executes business growth strategy Ability to translate knowledge of financial markets and economic trends for execution of growth strategy Branch management or other related management experience Consumer/commercial credit knowledge; Understanding of financial planning and customer life cycle Strong commitment to upholding a sound risk and controls environment BA/BS degree preferred Associated topics: cfa, corporate banking, cpa, finance director, financial controller, invest, investor, revenue, tax, treasure