Lilly (Sr.) Medical Capability Excellence Manager in 上海, China
Type of Employment:
The purpose of this “(Sr.) Medical Capability Excellence Manager ” role, is to help the LCDDMAC organization achieve its objectives by improving the organizational capabilities and execution excellence.
His/her responsibilities include: 1. Establishing and optimizing the standardized process across different LCDDMAC functions to enhance the success of organization objectives; 2. Lead and implement the innovation/digital solutions to fast drug development with high quality, and help to incubate the innovation culture in organization. 3. Manage global and local external soucing/expertise to support organization success. 4. Develop and implement the across functional capabilities enhancement plan, and maintain and optimize current across functional communication planforms.
Organization capabilities (40%):
Develop and implement the across functional capabilities annual enhancement plan, including identify the capabilities gap, relevant OPEX optimization, et al.
Response for develop and implement drug development function capabilities development and plan implementation, tracking, review and revise.
Develop and implement LCDDMAC new employee orientation and onboarding training plan.
Create strong Lilly networks to leverage/synergy the resources for capabilities enhancement solutions, which included work with MA capabilities team for the synergy.
Maintain and optimize current across functional communication planforms (e.g. medical community meeting, lunch and learn, et al)
Hub for organization innovation to fast drug development with high quality;
Key contact person for global LRL innovation functions and work closely with LRL IT to develop and implement innovation solutions in China
Explore and leverage external intellegance/best practices to develop innovative solutions to fulfill our business needs.
Enhance the innovation cultures in organization, e.g. initate/impletment MDU China innovation day, digital road show, et al.
External soucing management (30%):
Understand business needs and undertake timely and appropriate actions by leverage external souces to ensure fulfillment of expectations.
Network externally to acquire and share knowledge and to strengthen relationships/partnerships.
Assess, initiate, maintain, and terminate the local and global TPOs (e.g. IQVIA, Parexel)Develop and implement the tools for external soucing management.
Medical background. Must be board eligible or certified in appropriate specialty/subspecialty or the comparable level of clinical training.
At least 3 years of experience in clinical practice, or clinical research, or pharmaceutical medicine, or the drug development process.
Broad functional expertise in pharmaceutical company in both medical and business perspectives.
Finanical knowledge to do budget planning, OPEX tracking, financial report management.
Ability of driving decision marking process, build relationship, engage and influence key stakeholders, including external and internal ones.
Ability of identifying solving complex business/operational problems and technical challenges.
Strong customer focus and understanding of commercial environment
Strong compliance sense, diligent adherence to business integrity principles
Excellent communication , interpersonal, organizational and negotiation skills
Strong problem-solving skills; able to anticipate and recognize systemic problems, diagnose root causes and work with functional leadership to influence corrective actions that will prevent recurrence across multiple teams or functions.
Excellent self-management and organizational skills; able to independently manage workload, set personal and team priorities and adjust as needed
Travel or shift requirements
Strong communication skills, both verbal and written
Strong knowledge of external soucing
Master above degree in health related field.
Req Id: 48404BR