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Medical Operations Budget Manager

Department: Regional Medical Affairs
Location: Incyte Corporate Headquarters

Incyte is a biopharmaceutical company focused on the discovery, development, and commercialization of novel medicines to meet serious unmet medical needs in oncology and inflammation and autoimmunity. Incyte is committed to the rigorous pursuit of research and development excellence to improve the lives of patients, make a difference in health care, and build sustainable value. 

The Company strives to discover and develop first-in-class and best-in-class medicines-advancing a diverse portfolio of large and small molecules.

Job Summary  (Primary function)

  

The Medical Operations Budget Manager will provide management of the US investigator initiated research (IIR) submission and review process and be responsible for budget negotiation process to ensure ethical, fair and compliant practices are followed when reviewing, analyzing, negotiating and finalizing investigator initiated study budget and milestones in association with investigator initiated research agreements. This position necessitates leadership, collaboration, direction, and guidance through process improvement, interactive communication and stakeholder management. This role requires a high level of interactive communication with USMA medical directors, IIR program managers, global medical affairs, legal counsel and external institutions.

 

Essential Functions of the Job  (Key responsibilities)

  

    • Operationally lead the US IIR Submission and Review process in collaboration with USMA Medical Directors, IIR program managers, Medical Science Liaisons and Global Medical Affairs

 

    • Review and analyze investigator initiated study budgets in accordance with Fair Market Value and leverage historical data, will liaise with the site concerning the budget as appropriate

 

    • Review and discuss study milestone deliverables with investigators and institutions to reach a shared understanding of timely study start-up, enrollment and financial obligations.

 

    • Be responsible for finalizing and approving investigator initiated study budget, milestones and appropriate Payment Schedules based on the Protocol and Incyte policy and guidelines to provide to USMA project managers, legal.

 

    • Act as point of contact and interface with Legal if necessary to ensure integrity of contracts.

 

    • Ensure final contract documents are consistent with agreements reached at negotiations.

 

    • Collaborate with internal stakeholders within a cross-functional team to ensure timely, quality execution of activities and projects.

 

    • Collaborate with Incyte USMA project managers, investigators and site staff to ensure timely study start up, activation, execution and closeout of IIRs as well as FMV budget assessment and contract finalization, in close collaboration with legal colleagues.

 

    • Enable active cross-functional communication among different USMA functional leads, GMA and Clinical Development through appropriate methods; sets meeting logistics , prepares meeting agendas and minutes, and provides meeting facilitation of various teams and sub teams (as appropriate).

 

    • Manage financial activities, including USMA IIR budget and forecasts for assigned projects in collaboration with IIR program managers, Operations Director and Finance.

 

    • Collect, collate and report on assigned USMA project metrics.

 

    • Develop and apply metrics for deliverables under his/her purview.

 

    • Assist in the development, refinement, and maintenance of standard operating procedures (SOPs) and systems for various USMA functional groups and activities.

 

    • Support internal and external audits and litigation activities.

  

 

 

Qualifications (Minimal acceptable level of education, work experience, and competency)

 

  • Bachelor degree (B.A., B.S.) is required. Minimum of 5 years of experience in the pharmaceutical/biotechnology industry/ health care industry or related business management fields.

  • Strong interpersonal, negotiation, communication and time management skills.

  • Experienced user of FMV tool, specifically IQIVIA Grant Plan Investigator.

  • Preferred experienced user of IIR web based submission /management system (IQVIA/Polaris/SteepRock)

  • Strong oral, written, and organizational skills.

  • Demonstrated high level of competence with computers is essential.

  • Extensive experience with MS Office Applications is required.

  • Demonstrate success in developing effective solutions to complex problems is required.

  • Demonstrate success in establishing successful working relationships with a diverse range of internal and external key stakeholders.

  • Possess good analytical and problem solving skills.

  • Demonstrate ability to prioritize and manage multiple tasks with conflicting deadlines.

  • Proven ability to understand the impact of technology on projects and to use and develop computer skills while making appropriate use of systems/software in an e-enabled environment.

  • Maintain team oriented and flexible approach, possess ability to respond quickly to shifting demands and opportunities.

  • Must be a dependable self-starter.  Must be capable of working independently on multiple projects with the ability to prioritize tasks and meet strict deadlines.

  • Good medical knowledge in relevant Incyte Therapeutic Areas.

  • Good understanding of drug development process and clinical study management including monitoring, study drug handling, data management.

  • Knowledge of applicable laws that apply to IIRs, including without limitation to ICH/GCP guidelines, applicable privacy laws, the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and other anti-bribery laws.

  • Ability to travel within the United States as required.

 


Disclaimer:  The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work performed by employees assigned to this job. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all duties, responsibilities, and qualifications.   Management reserves the right to change or modify such duties as required.

 

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