at Incyte Corporation in Wilmington, Delaware, United States
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.
As a member of the Global Product Strategy Team, the candidate will play a key role in the strategic development of our late stage IO portfolio. This candidate will work collaboratively with global stakeholders including Clinical Development, Regulatory, Medical Affairs, Pricing & Reimbursement, Market Analytics, Manufacturing, and Regional affiliates to develop and implement global brand strategies. The position will report to the Associate Vice President of Global Product Strategy, Immuno-Oncology.
The main responsibilities for this position are:
Global asset leadership of a late stage PD-1 inhibitor. The candidate will lead the commercial activities in a near term global launch, manage the life cycle development for several planned indications and provide strategic leadership for future internal and external combination development.
Provide strategic leadership on an IO early development program for a GITR agonist and play a supporting role on other IO early asset development programs (with future launch leadership potential). The candidate will be a key member of the GITR agonist Global Program Team (GPT) and partner with the clinical development team to define product strategy and the path to worldwide registration and commercialization. Pending POC and finalization of registration strategy the candidate will lead global commercialization strategy and planning.
Serve as GPS lead for strategic competitive intelligence and analysis. Candidate will be accountable for developing landscape assessments across a broad set of solid tumors, competitors and various MOAs of strategic interest. The candidate will manage and direct the work in partnership with an external CI firm. An additional role will be to develop a content management process to ensure shared understanding of future landscapes and provide central access for the organization to enable decision making across all development programs.
Lead the development of the global commercialization strategy and the strategic global product plan working closely with cross-functional and regional leads
Lead cross-functional, cross geographic Global Commercialization Team (GCT) to establish and execute go to market strategy for the PD-1 launch, manage Professional Agency of Record relationship
Help drive LCM strategy, planning and management activities as a key member of the PD-1 Global Product Team (GPT)
Work closely with Global Value, Access, and Pricing (GVAP) team to ensure a strong global pricing strategy and support of market access initiatives
Develop and maintain a high degree of therapeutic area knowledge to provide clear vision of landscape/competitive environment and implications for relevant assets and indications
Build and manage market opportunity assessments and global forecasts, including supply forecasts
Develop relationships with key external experts
Ensure seamless sharing of information, best practices, and lessons learned across the organization
Perform all company business in accordance with regulations and company policies and procedures
Qualifications (Minimal acceptable level of education, work experience, competency and leadership expectation)
Bachelor's degree required. Advanced science, medical or business degree strongly preferred
10+ year's commercial operating experience preferably including brand leadership and launches
Experience working in both global and regional roles; international experience preferred
Extensive oncology and/or hematology strategic and operational leadership experience
Significant familiarity with drug development and approval process across different geographies
Strong analytical skills, with the ability to translate data into actionable recommendations for business growth
Superior communication skills and the ability to synthesize and communicate complex information
Proven ability to work with cross-functional teams and to interact with senior leadership
Demonstrated ability to effectively influence and lead change, gain commitment... For full info follow application link.
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