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In Roche pRED Ophthalmology TA part of the I2O DTA (Immunology, Infectious Diseases and Ophthalmology), we combine world-leading science in areas where we have a long and successful track record with new avenues of research that hold tremendous promise for millions of patients and their caregivers worldwide.
The Project Team Leader (PTL) in ophthalmology is a senior leader within pRED and acts as the “General Manager” of projects, which means assuming full accountability for the delivery of assigned project(s) (strategy & budget), improving its value for pRED and Roche within the program’s strategic context as agreed with Governance Committees.
You will represent the best interests of the project and Roche by providing high quality strategic leadership to early global cross-functional disease area project teams within pRED.
You will define, lead, motivate, challenge and organize the global project team collectively and individually to define and execute a cutting-edge project strategy in accordance with its goals and budget and in alignment to the Ophthalmology TA.
To be more specific, you will:
A Scientific background in Ophthalmology ideally completed by a MBA or equivalent with at least 8 years in the pharmaceutical or biotech companies with a broad cross-functional experience in drug development, in early stage is required.
As a senior leader in our organization, possessing a strong strategic acumen, not only within assigned projects but in contribution to larger disease area strategies as well as exemplary matrix team leadership skills, is required.
You can justify a strong track record in influencing and inspiring teams and senior management, delivering a clear and compelling narrative for their project(s), and be able to advocate successfully at that level.
You demonstrated your knowledge of the scientific, technical, regulatory and business requirements for successful development projects and are familiar with budget preparation/analysis and handling multidisciplinary teams in a global and matrix environment.
You have excellent communication and presentation skills.