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Clinical Business Development Lead, Oncology and Rare Disease (Executive Director) at Pfizer

Clinical Business Development Lead, Oncology and Rare Disease (Executive Director)

Pfizer Montpelier, VT Full-Time

The primary purpose of the job is to provide clinical leadership in support of Oncology global business development to meet company objectives.

The Clinical Business Development Lead (CBDL) in Oncology applies expertise and in-depth knowledge of clinical research and drug development in Oncology to provide clinical leadership in support of global Business Development in-licensing, co-development/co-promotion partnership and merger- acquisition deals.

The Clinical Business Development Lead is a member of the Oncology TASOT (Therapeutic Area Scientific Outreach Team), a global team composed of representatives from multiple functional areas. This team is responsible for identifying, evaluating a broad landscape of compounds to recommend the best clinically staged external compounds/pipelines that will add value to the Pfizer Oncology portfolio.

A primary role for the CBDL is to lead a clinical subteam composed of clinicians, biostatisticians, regulatory and commercial colleagues to design a clinical development plan for a compound(s) with the objective to support global approvals and market access of indications of high strategic and commercial value. Additionally, the CBDL is responsible for conducting and summarizing findings related to clinical due diligence assessments which may include the review of patient level data. CBDL works closely with business assessment colleagues, responsible for revenue forecasting, by contributing to the development of a target product profile and marketing surveys used to vet clinical and commercial assumptions.

Role Description:

  • Provides Medical and Clinical Development expertise for technical and strategic evaluation of all external compounds reviewed at BD TASOT working team meetings to select strategic opportunities for pursuit.

  • Provides technical review and evaluation of clinical datafor externalcompounds/pipelines in consideration for a business development deal with respect to the likelihood of the ability to achieve technical success of a clinical development plan leading to full registration of the compounds in indications with maximum commercial value. Accountable to provide synthesis and analysis of findings with recommendations and prepare presentations of the clinical assessment.

  • Attends important Oncology-related Scientific Conferences to identify new assets that fit Oncology strategic goals for in-licensing and acquisition. Accountable for updates and recommendations to BD team and/or Oncology leadership of opportunities to pursue.

  • Attend BD-specific meetings with external companies toreview/evaluate clinical data presentations to identify new targets and to update assessments on previously reviewed opportunities. Collaborates and coordinates with franchise clinical teams and Group lead to prepare technical clinical questions and to summarize/prioritize evaluations following presentations.

  • Leads Clinical Development technical assessments on all in-licensing/acquisition project review teams from confidential review onwards that are led by BU BD Search and Evaluation Leads on potential compounds to enter Oncology pipeline.

  • Works closely with Clinical Project Management and Clinical Operations in GPD, Commercial and Legal to provide BD Clinical Development technical support throughout a deal process on clinical cost estimates, timing of clinical outcome related milestones, appropriate divisions of clinical oversight and responsibilities for execution of clinical studies between the parties in co-development deals, etc.

  • Will be responsible for presentations of results of Clinical technical assessments to Oncology and/or BD governance in lieu of the Clinical BD group lead on assignment basis as needed.

  • Provides monthly reports of targeted agents within disease areas that he/she is covering and after consultation with CI team alerts BD team to new data emerging.

  • Represents the BD team in franchise meetings dedicated to BD and provides follow-up on agents targeted by the franchise in collaboration with the S+E lead and GCL/OCL in franchise.

  • Able to independently conduct and lead discussions with external clinical consultants (e.g., nationally recognized academic or community physicians) to vet strategic assumptions or clinical development plans used to support business development deal valuations.

  • Member of the Oncology TASOT (Therapeutic Area Scientific Outreach Team), a global X-functional team responsible for identifying and evaluating on-strategy BD opportunities including clinically staged external medicines or pipeline investigational compounds.

  • Attends key Oncology-related Scientific Conferences to identify new assets that fit the strategic Oncology/rare disease goals for partnership, in-licensing, or acquisition..

Basic Qualifications:

Medical and scientific understanding of entire drug development process with emphasis on interpretation of clinical data to determine likelihood of successful execution of the highest value clinical development plan for the opportunity or opportunities under consideration. Demonstrated technical data analysis skills are required, as well as effective verbal and written communication skills in relating to senior management, colleagues and associates both inside and outside the corporation. Good interpersonal skills.

Preferred qualifications:

Oncology drug development experience including interpretation of response data for patients with either solid tumors or hematologic malignancies. Benign hematology and rare disease (cardiac, nephrology) drug development experience. Previous experience in BD highly desirable.

Candidate demonstrates a breadth of diverse leadership experiences and capabilities including: the ability to influence and collaborate with peers, develop and coach others, oversee and guide the work of other colleagues to achieve meaningful outcomes and create business impact.

Managerial:

Skilled in leadership of a matrixed team.

Education/Certifications:

  • MD (preferred)

  • Obtained a primary medical degree (e.g. MD, DO, MBBS, MBChB) from a recognized medical school/university, and

  • Been licensed by their Licensing Body to prescribe medicines independent of supervision for at least two years after their "intern/house officer/foundation" year(s) and prescribed medicines in a patient care setting for an aggregate duration of at least two years, and

  • Preferably have maintained registration/Medical License to practice, and always have been in good standing with their Medical Licensing Authority

Or PharmD or PhD.

Postgraduate training/certification/fellowship in oncology.

Additional experience with direct patient care is desirable.

Technical:

Medical and scientific understanding of entire drug development process with emphasis on interpretation of clinical data to determine likelihood of successful execution of the highest value clinical development plan for the opportunity or opportunities under consideration. Demonstrated technical, administrative, and project management capabilities are required, as well as effective verbal and written communication skills in relating to senior management, colleagues and associates both inside and outside the corporation.

Good interpersonal skills.

Experience:

Demonstrated scientific productivity (e.g. publications, research reports, etc). 10 years experience in both strategic and tactical early and full clinical drug development including all types of regulatory filings (INDs, CTAs, NDA/BLA/MAAs e.g. industry experience as a Global Clinical Lead (or equivalent role) in Clinical Development) and health authority interactions. Thorough understanding of local and international applicable regulations. Practical experience and track record of successful development of at least one internal compound and of evaluating new compounds and opportunities in the pharmaceutical industry. Experience with interpretation of oncology safety data and response data for patients with either solid tumors or hematologic malignancies and preferrably benign hematology and rare disease. Drug development experience in both solid and liquid tumors highly desired. Has up to date state of the art knowledge of Oncology, benign hematology and rare disease treatment paradigms for solid and/or liquid tumors to enable rapid drafting of clinical development plan Track record of evaluating new compounds and opportunities in the pharmaceutical industry e.g. contributing to due diligence reviews

Relocation support available

Work Location Assignment:Flexible

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Relocation assistance may be available based on business needs and/or eligibility.

Pfizer requires all U.S. new hires to be fully vaccinated for COVID-19 prior to the first date of employment. As required by applicable law, Pfizer will consider requests for Reasonable Accommodations.

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EEO & Employment Eligibility

Pfizer is committed to equal opportunity in the terms and conditions of employment for all employees and job applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, age, gender identity or gender expression, national origin, disability or veteran status. Pfizer also complies with all applicable national, state and local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment as well as work authorization and employment eligibility verification requirements of the Immigration and Nationality Act and IRCA. Pfizer is an E-Verify employer.

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