Lilly Senior Director, Global Regulatory Policy (Diabetes Business Unit) in Remote, United States
At Lilly, we unite caring with discovery to make life better for people around the world. We are a global healthcare leader headquartered in Indianapolis, Indiana. Our 35,000 employees around the world work to discover and bring life-changing medicines to those who need them, improve the understanding and management of disease, and give back to our communities through philanthropy and volunteerism. We give our best effort to our work, and we put people first. We’re looking for people who are determined to make life better for people around the world.
Global Regulatory Policy strives to enable Lilly to deliver innovative regulatory results by identifying policy hurdles and emerging trends, developing advocacy plans built upon science-based positions, engaging broad partner networks, and ultimately effecting change in regulatory policies that advance patient outcomes, reduce regulatory risk, and improve efficiency in drug development. The purpose of the Senior Director – Global Regulatory Policy (Diabetes Business Unit (DBU)) role is to elicit, develop, and progress Lilly’s US regulatory DBU policy positions and related advocacy strategies to enable innovation and ultimately improve outcomes for patients. The position will cover regulatory policy work encompassing diabetes, obesity, and cardiovascular-related conditions. In this role, you will represent Lilly in external consortia and policy-related forums and rely on a strong pre-existing network of external collaborators.
Establish Regulatory Policy Positions and External Engagement Strategies
Gain consensus on Lilly’s priority global regulatory topics consistent with GRA’s overall regulatory policy vision, which will center around topics that increase the importance for advancements in innovation for diabetes, obesity, and various cardiovascular conditions
Critically review and analyze regulatory and legislative proposals and identify possible policy, political, and financial impact to Lilly in cooperation with cross-functional partners
Articulate regulatory policy challenges, problem statements and desired future states
Identify and develop data and evidence to support company positions, working in collaboration with cross-functional colleagues
Bring in or represent external viewpoints as company positions are developed
Cultivate relationships and collaborate with internal subject matter authorities, including DBU colleagues and regulatory team members, among others, to create evidence and positions
Build and implement tactical policy plan
Exert External Influence
Engage on behalf of Lilly in health policy-related forums
Triage opportunities to engage externally so that the appropriate company experts can contribute
Attend and present at key industry conferences to showcase Lilly policy positions.
Build upon existing relationships and maintain strong collaborations with external patient/professional groups, think-tanks, academic groups, policy organizations and associations
Impact patient outcomes through collaboration across partner groups
Effectively lead, engage and partner
Exemplify Team Lilly behaviors: Include, Innovate, Accelerate, Deliver in internal and external interactions
Model the innovation and leadership behaviors and regulatory excellence attributes as described in Global Regulatory Affairs white papers
Engage in forums that share regulatory information across GRA components and other Lilly teams and business partners
Create and lead in an environment that encourages open discussions on issues to achieve a robust outcome on business decisions
Masters’ degree or Doctorate in relevant policy, public health, regulatory, clinical, legal, business, research, or related field with 5-7 years regulatory/policy/advocacy equivalent experience
OR, Bachelor’s degree with 10 years regulatory/policy/advocacy equivalent experience
Experience engaging in external consortia passionate about crafting policy issues
Established external network in subject matter area of focus
Recognized experience in leading/implementing public policy or regulatory policy campaigns
Previous experience shaping regulatory policy issues related to diabetes or obesity
Prior work with organizations such as The Obesity Society, American Diabetes Association, or the Diabetes Advocacy Alliance
Proficient in researching and writing briefings, positions, and high-level communications for executive staffing
Ability to influence without authority, demonstrate resourcefulness, and operate independently
Travel up to 20%
Position reports to Associate Vice President, Global Regulatory Policy with dotted line reporting relationship to Associate Vice President, Global Regulatory Affairs, DBU
Position Location – Indianapolis, IN, Washington DC or Remote
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