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Lead Medical Director, GU Oncology        Genentech        Alameda Pt

The Position Roche’s Clinical Development organization is structured by therapeutic area and is responsible for developing and executing the late development (Phase II – III) clinical strategies and plans that deliver medically-differentiated therapies that provide meaningful improvement to patients. The Lead Medical Director participates in development of the Clinical Development (CD) strategy and is responsible for developing the CD plan and ensuring effective and efficient CD plan execution for the assigned molecule(s)/indication(s). Lead Medical Directors may have one or more direct reports. Lead Medical Directors are expected to perform their responsibilities with more independence by comparison to Medical Directors, including participating in health authority (HA) interactions with little to no supervision from their managers. JOB DESCRIPTION – PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: 1. Cross-Functional Team Leadership & People Management • Participates in and/or leads the relevant Clinical Science Team (CST) • Can lead and/or otherwise represents CD in sub-teams (e.g. Study Management Teams) relevant to assigned molecule(s)/indication(s) and helps ensure cross-functional integration, coordination and alignment to enable effective and efficient CD plan execution • Where assigned/appointed, expected to represent CD on core teams, e.g., Lifecycle Team (LCT) • Accountable for training new CST members • May also, as appropriate, support relevant sub-teams in assigning and training new team members • As appropriate, participates in ongoing enhancements/development of core and sub-team processes, structures, systems, tools and other resources • As needed or otherwise appropriate, assists with CD recruitment, training, and/or coaching of new or less experienced CD staff members • Where applicable, may manage one or more direct reports and is, in such instances, responsible for hiring, training, developing and retaining talent on his/her staff. Consistently complies with all governing employment laws, regulations and company HR policies & procedures 2. Global Clinical Development Planning • Stays abreast of internal and external developments, trends and other dynamics relevant to the work of CD to maintain, at all times, a fully current view and perspective of internal/external influences and/or implications for the assigned therapeutic and disease area(s) • As appropriate, participates in competitive intelligence and/or other market/industry assessment activities and projects • Maintains the highest standards and levels of scientific and clinical knowledge in the specific therapeutic and disease area(s) of assignment • Collaborates with a variety of internal and external partners and stakeholders, such as clinical investigators, clinicians, scientists and key opinion leaders (KOLs), as well as multidisciplinary internal groups, including other groups in PD, research, business development, commercial operations, legal, etc. • Represents CD for the assigned molecule(s)/indication(s) to other internal Roche groups • May participate in meetings, reviews, discussions and other interactions regarding early development/Phase I studies to provide clinical science input and guidance. Includes reviewing Phase I protocols and providing CD input into these • Supports internal partners in transitioning new drugs/indications into Medical Affairs or publication studies. May review Medical Affairs protocols and other information and provide CD input • May also consult to pharma partnering on relevant acquisitions, joint ventures or other strategic partnerships, as these potentially relate to the assigned therapeutic/disease area(s) • Participates in CD strategy development and may present to various internal committees • Develops and provides clinical science information for inclusion into annual and strategic Lifecycle Plans (LCPs) and the Integrated Development Commercialization Plan (IDCP) • Responsible for creating and implementing the CD plan for assigned molecule(s)/indication(s) and/or other programs: o Seeks guidance from his/her manager, as and when needed, to ensure appropriate design and development of the CD plan o Responsible to ensure strategic and operational alignment of the CD plan with the relevant CD strategy, strategic and annual LCPs o Guides CST and relevant sub-teams in developing all CD plan components (e.g., analytics/data strategy, KOL development, publications strategy, etc.) o Works with CST and other relevant teams to develop and provide information and input for budget/resource requirements necessary to implement and execute the CD plan • Communicates with HAs, as and when needed, or otherwise appropriate. Ethically, effectively and professionally represents the interests of Roche and patients. Escalates matters, as needed, in a timely manner to his/her manager or other internal partners/stakeholders 3. Clinical Development Plan Implementation • Provides clinical oversight across all relevant studies and programs: o Leads and/or otherwise participates in ongoing CST and relevant sub-team meetings, other interactions and communications o Designs and develops clinical studies o Collaborates with others in the development of the product safety profile o Collaborates with others in development of clinical sections of investigator brochures, presentations and other materials o May participate in the identification and selection of appropriate external investigators and sites o Guides and collaborates with others on patient registry design and development (including strategies for patient registry recruitment) o Acts as CD lead in the development of study analytics and data management plans for each study o Represents, alongside his/her manager or others, Roche in key investigator and other external presentations, meetings and other communications o Ensures investigators are appropriately and thoroughly briefed, in a timely manner, on medical/scientific matters relating to each study Acts as a medical monitor for assigned studies o Conducts ongoing reviews of medical/safety data o Collaborates with relevant teams and other groups to measure and monitor study progress against objectives and plans, including any variances, and proactively communicate any issues, challenges and potential strategies to resolve such o Collaborates with other groups to ensure timely and appropriate completion of interim study reporting o Collaborates with clinical operations to close-out clinical studies, secure data and complete study reporting o Accountable to ensure correct medical/scientific data interpretation for interim and final study reporting o Plays a lead role in the development and implementation of communications strategies to support existing and concluded studies. Includes KOL interactions, advisory boards, major medical meetings, congresses and other events, publications and other materials o Works with regulatory and other internal partners/stakeholders in the completion and submission of regulatory filings and other regulatory documentation. Supports others with clinical science information and input for regulatory submissions and other regulatory processes. Includes developing labeling and packaging language, etc. • Develops and delivers key presentations, both internally and externally, to convey the CD perspective and provide updates on strategies, plans and other activities. Includes presenting at advisory boards and other relevant external forums representing Roche • Drives ongoing data generation to address unmet medical needs and recommend new or extended CD studies or other programs to his/her manager and others in the relevant therapeutic area of assignment JOB DESCRIPTION – PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: • Responsible to ensure that CD plans, objectives, and deliverables are consistently accomplished on-time and on-target • Completes and/or leads other special projects, as and when assigned, or otherwise requested • Consistently complies with, and ensures the same among relevant CST members, all governing laws, regulations, Roche Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) and other guidelines SELECTION CRITERIA: Candidates for this position should hold the following qualifications, have the following experience, and be able to demonstrate the following abilities to be considered as a suitable applicant. Please note that except where specified as “preferred,” or as a “plus,” all points listed below are considered minimum requirements. QUALIFICATIONS & EXPERIENCE: • M.D. with relevant medical experience in same/similar therapeutic area required • 4 or more years pharma/biotech industry experience OR is a recognized expert in the field • 4 or more years experience with clinical trials. In-depth understanding of Phase II – III drug development • Experience submitting an NDA/BLA to regulatory authorities in Europe and/or the U.S. is preferred • Experience authoring aspects of a global clinical development plan or full clinical study protocol is preferred • Experience publishing results of a clinical drug trial in a peer reviewed journal is preferred • Knowledge/understanding of Phase I & IV drug development is a plus • Academic/teaching background is a plus • Experience working with the principles and techniques of data analysis, interpretation and clinical relevance (e.g., ISS, ISE, competitor data, etc.) • Comprehensive understanding of product and safety profiles • Versed in medical aspects of GCP (Good Clinical Practice), ICH (International Conference on Harmonization of Technical Requirements for Registration of Pharmaceuticals for Human Use), FDA, EMEA, NICE and other relevant guidelines and regulations • Familiar with competitive activity in the field • Previous people management experience is a plus ABILITIES: • Has impeccable ethics. Demonstrates, or proven abilities to demonstrate, Roche Values • Outstanding attention-to-detail • Clinical leadership: is regarded as an expert in his/her field, is respected by others, can effectively contribute to longer range drug development, and can lead cross-functional teams to successful results • Business acumen: has sound knowledge of the pharma/biotech industry, the multiple functions and roles involved in the drug development process. Can effectively contribute to development of disease strategies and plans • Excellent project management skills: can prioritize multiple tasks and goals to ensure the timely, on-target and within-budget accomplishment of such • Strong interpersonal, verbal communication and influencing skills: can influence without authority and has proven experience building and cultivating relationships with key partners and stakeholders, both internally and externally • Outstanding written communication skills • Strong business presentation skills: effective at summarizing and presenting the key considerations and decision-points • Confident and competent when interacting with varying levels of internal/external management, KOLs, etc.: stays focused and on-point, is able to raise problems or challenges in a productive and mature manner • Strong negotiation skills: can effectively drive discussions and decisions toward desired end-results • Proven track record of effective decision-making: makes good business decisions and exercises sound judgment. Consistently and effectively balances decisions with imperatives for ethics and efficacy • Strong orientation to teamwork • Financial acumen: proven abilities for effective planning, development and oversight of project budgets and other resources • Aptitude or proven ability to manage others (can lead and motivate direct reports, as well as prioritize and oversee their work through to successful outcomes) • Ability to travel globally ( Please note: Leveling and title will be determined by the Hiring Manager based on the selected candidates experience and qualifications PDMD Genentech is an equal opportunity employer, and we embrace the increasingly diverse world around us. Genentech prohibits unlawful discrimination based on race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin or ancestry, age, disability, marital status and veteran status. Genentech requires all new hires to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 as of their start date. This requirement is a condition of employment at Genentech, and it applies regardless of whether the position is located at a Genentech campus or is fully remote. If you are unable to receive the vaccine due to a disability or serious medical condition, or because it is prohibited as a result of your sincerely held religious beliefs, you will have an opportunity to request a reasonable accommodation. Job Facts JOB FUNCTION COMPANY/DIVISION Genentech SCHEDULE JOB TYPE Full time
2023-01-15T22:42:11Z        

Lead Medical Director, GU Oncology        Genentech        San Anselmo

The Position Roche’s Clinical Development organization is structured by therapeutic area and is responsible for developing and executing the late development (Phase II – III) clinical strategies and plans that deliver medically-differentiated therapies that provide meaningful improvement to patients. The Lead Medical Director participates in development of the Clinical Development (CD) strategy and is responsible for developing the CD plan and ensuring effective and efficient CD plan execution for the assigned molecule(s)/indication(s). Lead Medical Directors may have one or more direct reports. Lead Medical Directors are expected to perform their responsibilities with more independence by comparison to Medical Directors, including participating in health authority (HA) interactions with little to no supervision from their managers. JOB DESCRIPTION – PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: 1. Cross-Functional Team Leadership & People Management • Participates in and/or leads the relevant Clinical Science Team (CST) • Can lead and/or otherwise represents CD in sub-teams (e.g. Study Management Teams) relevant to assigned molecule(s)/indication(s) and helps ensure cross-functional integration, coordination and alignment to enable effective and efficient CD plan execution • Where assigned/appointed, expected to represent CD on core teams, e.g., Lifecycle Team (LCT) • Accountable for training new CST members • May also, as appropriate, support relevant sub-teams in assigning and training new team members • As appropriate, participates in ongoing enhancements/development of core and sub-team processes, structures, systems, tools and other resources • As needed or otherwise appropriate, assists with CD recruitment, training, and/or coaching of new or less experienced CD staff members • Where applicable, may manage one or more direct reports and is, in such instances, responsible for hiring, training, developing and retaining talent on his/her staff. Consistently complies with all governing employment laws, regulations and company HR policies & procedures 2. Global Clinical Development Planning • Stays abreast of internal and external developments, trends and other dynamics relevant to the work of CD to maintain, at all times, a fully current view and perspective of internal/external influences and/or implications for the assigned therapeutic and disease area(s) • As appropriate, participates in competitive intelligence and/or other market/industry assessment activities and projects • Maintains the highest standards and levels of scientific and clinical knowledge in the specific therapeutic and disease area(s) of assignment • Collaborates with a variety of internal and external partners and stakeholders, such as clinical investigators, clinicians, scientists and key opinion leaders (KOLs), as well as multidisciplinary internal groups, including other groups in PD, research, business development, commercial operations, legal, etc. • Represents CD for the assigned molecule(s)/indication(s) to other internal Roche groups • May participate in meetings, reviews, discussions and other interactions regarding early development/Phase I studies to provide clinical science input and guidance. Includes reviewing Phase I protocols and providing CD input into these • Supports internal partners in transitioning new drugs/indications into Medical Affairs or publication studies. May review Medical Affairs protocols and other information and provide CD input • May also consult to pharma partnering on relevant acquisitions, joint ventures or other strategic partnerships, as these potentially relate to the assigned therapeutic/disease area(s) • Participates in CD strategy development and may present to various internal committees • Develops and provides clinical science information for inclusion into annual and strategic Lifecycle Plans (LCPs) and the Integrated Development Commercialization Plan (IDCP) • Responsible for creating and implementing the CD plan for assigned molecule(s)/indication(s) and/or other programs: o Seeks guidance from his/her manager, as and when needed, to ensure appropriate design and development of the CD plan o Responsible to ensure strategic and operational alignment of the CD plan with the relevant CD strategy, strategic and annual LCPs o Guides CST and relevant sub-teams in developing all CD plan components (e.g., analytics/data strategy, KOL development, publications strategy, etc.) o Works with CST and other relevant teams to develop and provide information and input for budget/resource requirements necessary to implement and execute the CD plan • Communicates with HAs, as and when needed, or otherwise appropriate. Ethically, effectively and professionally represents the interests of Roche and patients. Escalates matters, as needed, in a timely manner to his/her manager or other internal partners/stakeholders 3. Clinical Development Plan Implementation • Provides clinical oversight across all relevant studies and programs: o Leads and/or otherwise participates in ongoing CST and relevant sub-team meetings, other interactions and communications o Designs and develops clinical studies o Collaborates with others in the development of the product safety profile o Collaborates with others in development of clinical sections of investigator brochures, presentations and other materials o May participate in the identification and selection of appropriate external investigators and sites o Guides and collaborates with others on patient registry design and development (including strategies for patient registry recruitment) o Acts as CD lead in the development of study analytics and data management plans for each study o Represents, alongside his/her manager or others, Roche in key investigator and other external presentations, meetings and other communications o Ensures investigators are appropriately and thoroughly briefed, in a timely manner, on medical/scientific matters relating to each study Acts as a medical monitor for assigned studies o Conducts ongoing reviews of medical/safety data o Collaborates with relevant teams and other groups to measure and monitor study progress against objectives and plans, including any variances, and proactively communicate any issues, challenges and potential strategies to resolve such o Collaborates with other groups to ensure timely and appropriate completion of interim study reporting o Collaborates with clinical operations to close-out clinical studies, secure data and complete study reporting o Accountable to ensure correct medical/scientific data interpretation for interim and final study reporting o Plays a lead role in the development and implementation of communications strategies to support existing and concluded studies. Includes KOL interactions, advisory boards, major medical meetings, congresses and other events, publications and other materials o Works with regulatory and other internal partners/stakeholders in the completion and submission of regulatory filings and other regulatory documentation. Supports others with clinical science information and input for regulatory submissions and other regulatory processes. Includes developing labeling and packaging language, etc. • Develops and delivers key presentations, both internally and externally, to convey the CD perspective and provide updates on strategies, plans and other activities. Includes presenting at advisory boards and other relevant external forums representing Roche • Drives ongoing data generation to address unmet medical needs and recommend new or extended CD studies or other programs to his/her manager and others in the relevant therapeutic area of assignment JOB DESCRIPTION – PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: • Responsible to ensure that CD plans, objectives, and deliverables are consistently accomplished on-time and on-target • Completes and/or leads other special projects, as and when assigned, or otherwise requested • Consistently complies with, and ensures the same among relevant CST members, all governing laws, regulations, Roche Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) and other guidelines SELECTION CRITERIA: Candidates for this position should hold the following qualifications, have the following experience, and be able to demonstrate the following abilities to be considered as a suitable applicant. Please note that except where specified as “preferred,” or as a “plus,” all points listed below are considered minimum requirements. QUALIFICATIONS & EXPERIENCE: • M.D. with relevant medical experience in same/similar therapeutic area required • 4 or more years pharma/biotech industry experience OR is a recognized expert in the field • 4 or more years experience with clinical trials. In-depth understanding of Phase II – III drug development • Experience submitting an NDA/BLA to regulatory authorities in Europe and/or the U.S. is preferred • Experience authoring aspects of a global clinical development plan or full clinical study protocol is preferred • Experience publishing results of a clinical drug trial in a peer reviewed journal is preferred • Knowledge/understanding of Phase I & IV drug development is a plus • Academic/teaching background is a plus • Experience working with the principles and techniques of data analysis, interpretation and clinical relevance (e.g., ISS, ISE, competitor data, etc.) • Comprehensive understanding of product and safety profiles • Versed in medical aspects of GCP (Good Clinical Practice), ICH (International Conference on Harmonization of Technical Requirements for Registration of Pharmaceuticals for Human Use), FDA, EMEA, NICE and other relevant guidelines and regulations • Familiar with competitive activity in the field • Previous people management experience is a plus ABILITIES: • Has impeccable ethics. Demonstrates, or proven abilities to demonstrate, Roche Values • Outstanding attention-to-detail • Clinical leadership: is regarded as an expert in his/her field, is respected by others, can effectively contribute to longer range drug development, and can lead cross-functional teams to successful results • Business acumen: has sound knowledge of the pharma/biotech industry, the multiple functions and roles involved in the drug development process. Can effectively contribute to development of disease strategies and plans • Excellent project management skills: can prioritize multiple tasks and goals to ensure the timely, on-target and within-budget accomplishment of such • Strong interpersonal, verbal communication and influencing skills: can influence without authority and has proven experience building and cultivating relationships with key partners and stakeholders, both internally and externally • Outstanding written communication skills • Strong business presentation skills: effective at summarizing and presenting the key considerations and decision-points • Confident and competent when interacting with varying levels of internal/external management, KOLs, etc.: stays focused and on-point, is able to raise problems or challenges in a productive and mature manner • Strong negotiation skills: can effectively drive discussions and decisions toward desired end-results • Proven track record of effective decision-making: makes good business decisions and exercises sound judgment. Consistently and effectively balances decisions with imperatives for ethics and efficacy • Strong orientation to teamwork • Financial acumen: proven abilities for effective planning, development and oversight of project budgets and other resources • Aptitude or proven ability to manage others (can lead and motivate direct reports, as well as prioritize and oversee their work through to successful outcomes) • Ability to travel globally ( Please note: Leveling and title will be determined by the Hiring Manager based on the selected candidates experience and qualifications PDMD Genentech is an equal opportunity employer, and we embrace the increasingly diverse world around us. Genentech prohibits unlawful discrimination based on race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin or ancestry, age, disability, marital status and veteran status. Genentech requires all new hires to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 as of their start date. This requirement is a condition of employment at Genentech, and it applies regardless of whether the position is located at a Genentech campus or is fully remote. If you are unable to receive the vaccine due to a disability or serious medical condition, or because it is prohibited as a result of your sincerely held religious beliefs, you will have an opportunity to request a reasonable accommodation. Job Facts JOB FUNCTION COMPANY/DIVISION Genentech SCHEDULE JOB TYPE Full time
2023-01-15T22:42:10Z        

Lead Medical Director, GU Oncology        Genentech        South San Francisco

The Position Roche’s Clinical Development organization is structured by therapeutic area and is responsible for developing and executing the late development (Phase II – III) clinical strategies and plans that deliver medically-differentiated therapies that provide meaningful improvement to patients. The Lead Medical Director participates in development of the Clinical Development (CD) strategy and is responsible for developing the CD plan and ensuring effective and efficient CD plan execution for the assigned molecule(s)/indication(s). Lead Medical Directors may have one or more direct reports. Lead Medical Directors are expected to perform their responsibilities with more independence by comparison to Medical Directors, including participating in health authority (HA) interactions with little to no supervision from their managers. JOB DESCRIPTION – PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: 1. Cross-Functional Team Leadership & People Management • Participates in and/or leads the relevant Clinical Science Team (CST) • Can lead and/or otherwise represents CD in sub-teams (e.g. Study Management Teams) relevant to assigned molecule(s)/indication(s) and helps ensure cross-functional integration, coordination and alignment to enable effective and efficient CD plan execution • Where assigned/appointed, expected to represent CD on core teams, e.g., Lifecycle Team (LCT) • Accountable for training new CST members • May also, as appropriate, support relevant sub-teams in assigning and training new team members • As appropriate, participates in ongoing enhancements/development of core and sub-team processes, structures, systems, tools and other resources • As needed or otherwise appropriate, assists with CD recruitment, training, and/or coaching of new or less experienced CD staff members • Where applicable, may manage one or more direct reports and is, in such instances, responsible for hiring, training, developing and retaining talent on his/her staff. Consistently complies with all governing employment laws, regulations and company HR policies & procedures 2. Global Clinical Development Planning • Stays abreast of internal and external developments, trends and other dynamics relevant to the work of CD to maintain, at all times, a fully current view and perspective of internal/external influences and/or implications for the assigned therapeutic and disease area(s) • As appropriate, participates in competitive intelligence and/or other market/industry assessment activities and projects • Maintains the highest standards and levels of scientific and clinical knowledge in the specific therapeutic and disease area(s) of assignment • Collaborates with a variety of internal and external partners and stakeholders, such as clinical investigators, clinicians, scientists and key opinion leaders (KOLs), as well as multidisciplinary internal groups, including other groups in PD, research, business development, commercial operations, legal, etc. • Represents CD for the assigned molecule(s)/indication(s) to other internal Roche groups • May participate in meetings, reviews, discussions and other interactions regarding early development/Phase I studies to provide clinical science input and guidance. Includes reviewing Phase I protocols and providing CD input into these • Supports internal partners in transitioning new drugs/indications into Medical Affairs or publication studies. May review Medical Affairs protocols and other information and provide CD input • May also consult to pharma partnering on relevant acquisitions, joint ventures or other strategic partnerships, as these potentially relate to the assigned therapeutic/disease area(s) • Participates in CD strategy development and may present to various internal committees • Develops and provides clinical science information for inclusion into annual and strategic Lifecycle Plans (LCPs) and the Integrated Development Commercialization Plan (IDCP) • Responsible for creating and implementing the CD plan for assigned molecule(s)/indication(s) and/or other programs: o Seeks guidance from his/her manager, as and when needed, to ensure appropriate design and development of the CD plan o Responsible to ensure strategic and operational alignment of the CD plan with the relevant CD strategy, strategic and annual LCPs o Guides CST and relevant sub-teams in developing all CD plan components (e.g., analytics/data strategy, KOL development, publications strategy, etc.) o Works with CST and other relevant teams to develop and provide information and input for budget/resource requirements necessary to implement and execute the CD plan • Communicates with HAs, as and when needed, or otherwise appropriate. Ethically, effectively and professionally represents the interests of Roche and patients. Escalates matters, as needed, in a timely manner to his/her manager or other internal partners/stakeholders 3. Clinical Development Plan Implementation • Provides clinical oversight across all relevant studies and programs: o Leads and/or otherwise participates in ongoing CST and relevant sub-team meetings, other interactions and communications o Designs and develops clinical studies o Collaborates with others in the development of the product safety profile o Collaborates with others in development of clinical sections of investigator brochures, presentations and other materials o May participate in the identification and selection of appropriate external investigators and sites o Guides and collaborates with others on patient registry design and development (including strategies for patient registry recruitment) o Acts as CD lead in the development of study analytics and data management plans for each study o Represents, alongside his/her manager or others, Roche in key investigator and other external presentations, meetings and other communications o Ensures investigators are appropriately and thoroughly briefed, in a timely manner, on medical/scientific matters relating to each study Acts as a medical monitor for assigned studies o Conducts ongoing reviews of medical/safety data o Collaborates with relevant teams and other groups to measure and monitor study progress against objectives and plans, including any variances, and proactively communicate any issues, challenges and potential strategies to resolve such o Collaborates with other groups to ensure timely and appropriate completion of interim study reporting o Collaborates with clinical operations to close-out clinical studies, secure data and complete study reporting o Accountable to ensure correct medical/scientific data interpretation for interim and final study reporting o Plays a lead role in the development and implementation of communications strategies to support existing and concluded studies. Includes KOL interactions, advisory boards, major medical meetings, congresses and other events, publications and other materials o Works with regulatory and other internal partners/stakeholders in the completion and submission of regulatory filings and other regulatory documentation. Supports others with clinical science information and input for regulatory submissions and other regulatory processes. Includes developing labeling and packaging language, etc. • Develops and delivers key presentations, both internally and externally, to convey the CD perspective and provide updates on strategies, plans and other activities. Includes presenting at advisory boards and other relevant external forums representing Roche • Drives ongoing data generation to address unmet medical needs and recommend new or extended CD studies or other programs to his/her manager and others in the relevant therapeutic area of assignment JOB DESCRIPTION – PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: • Responsible to ensure that CD plans, objectives, and deliverables are consistently accomplished on-time and on-target • Completes and/or leads other special projects, as and when assigned, or otherwise requested • Consistently complies with, and ensures the same among relevant CST members, all governing laws, regulations, Roche Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) and other guidelines SELECTION CRITERIA: Candidates for this position should hold the following qualifications, have the following experience, and be able to demonstrate the following abilities to be considered as a suitable applicant. Please note that except where specified as “preferred,” or as a “plus,” all points listed below are considered minimum requirements. QUALIFICATIONS & EXPERIENCE: • M.D. with relevant medical experience in same/similar therapeutic area required • 4 or more years pharma/biotech industry experience OR is a recognized expert in the field • 4 or more years experience with clinical trials. In-depth understanding of Phase II – III drug development • Experience submitting an NDA/BLA to regulatory authorities in Europe and/or the U.S. is preferred • Experience authoring aspects of a global clinical development plan or full clinical study protocol is preferred • Experience publishing results of a clinical drug trial in a peer reviewed journal is preferred • Knowledge/understanding of Phase I & IV drug development is a plus • Academic/teaching background is a plus • Experience working with the principles and techniques of data analysis, interpretation and clinical relevance (e.g., ISS, ISE, competitor data, etc.) • Comprehensive understanding of product and safety profiles • Versed in medical aspects of GCP (Good Clinical Practice), ICH (International Conference on Harmonization of Technical Requirements for Registration of Pharmaceuticals for Human Use), FDA, EMEA, NICE and other relevant guidelines and regulations • Familiar with competitive activity in the field • Previous people management experience is a plus ABILITIES: • Has impeccable ethics. Demonstrates, or proven abilities to demonstrate, Roche Values • Outstanding attention-to-detail • Clinical leadership: is regarded as an expert in his/her field, is respected by others, can effectively contribute to longer range drug development, and can lead cross-functional teams to successful results • Business acumen: has sound knowledge of the pharma/biotech industry, the multiple functions and roles involved in the drug development process. Can effectively contribute to development of disease strategies and plans • Excellent project management skills: can prioritize multiple tasks and goals to ensure the timely, on-target and within-budget accomplishment of such • Strong interpersonal, verbal communication and influencing skills: can influence without authority and has proven experience building and cultivating relationships with key partners and stakeholders, both internally and externally • Outstanding written communication skills • Strong business presentation skills: effective at summarizing and presenting the key considerations and decision-points • Confident and competent when interacting with varying levels of internal/external management, KOLs, etc.: stays focused and on-point, is able to raise problems or challenges in a productive and mature manner • Strong negotiation skills: can effectively drive discussions and decisions toward desired end-results • Proven track record of effective decision-making: makes good business decisions and exercises sound judgment. Consistently and effectively balances decisions with imperatives for ethics and efficacy • Strong orientation to teamwork • Financial acumen: proven abilities for effective planning, development and oversight of project budgets and other resources • Aptitude or proven ability to manage others (can lead and motivate direct reports, as well as prioritize and oversee their work through to successful outcomes) • Ability to travel globally ( Please note: Leveling and title will be determined by the Hiring Manager based on the selected candidates experience and qualifications PDMD Genentech is an equal opportunity employer, and we embrace the increasingly diverse world around us. Genentech prohibits unlawful discrimination based on race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin or ancestry, age, disability, marital status and veteran status. Genentech requires all new hires to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 as of their start date. This requirement is a condition of employment at Genentech, and it applies regardless of whether the position is located at a Genentech campus or is fully remote. If you are unable to receive the vaccine due to a disability or serious medical condition, or because it is prohibited as a result of your sincerely held religious beliefs, you will have an opportunity to request a reasonable accommodation. Job Facts JOB FUNCTION COMPANY/DIVISION Genentech SCHEDULE JOB TYPE Full time
2023-01-15T22:42:10Z        

Lead Medical Director, GU Oncology        Genentech        Orinda

The Position Roche’s Clinical Development organization is structured by therapeutic area and is responsible for developing and executing the late development (Phase II – III) clinical strategies and plans that deliver medically-differentiated therapies that provide meaningful improvement to patients. The Lead Medical Director participates in development of the Clinical Development (CD) strategy and is responsible for developing the CD plan and ensuring effective and efficient CD plan execution for the assigned molecule(s)/indication(s). Lead Medical Directors may have one or more direct reports. Lead Medical Directors are expected to perform their responsibilities with more independence by comparison to Medical Directors, including participating in health authority (HA) interactions with little to no supervision from their managers. JOB DESCRIPTION – PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: 1. Cross-Functional Team Leadership & People Management • Participates in and/or leads the relevant Clinical Science Team (CST) • Can lead and/or otherwise represents CD in sub-teams (e.g. Study Management Teams) relevant to assigned molecule(s)/indication(s) and helps ensure cross-functional integration, coordination and alignment to enable effective and efficient CD plan execution • Where assigned/appointed, expected to represent CD on core teams, e.g., Lifecycle Team (LCT) • Accountable for training new CST members • May also, as appropriate, support relevant sub-teams in assigning and training new team members • As appropriate, participates in ongoing enhancements/development of core and sub-team processes, structures, systems, tools and other resources • As needed or otherwise appropriate, assists with CD recruitment, training, and/or coaching of new or less experienced CD staff members • Where applicable, may manage one or more direct reports and is, in such instances, responsible for hiring, training, developing and retaining talent on his/her staff. Consistently complies with all governing employment laws, regulations and company HR policies & procedures 2. Global Clinical Development Planning • Stays abreast of internal and external developments, trends and other dynamics relevant to the work of CD to maintain, at all times, a fully current view and perspective of internal/external influences and/or implications for the assigned therapeutic and disease area(s) • As appropriate, participates in competitive intelligence and/or other market/industry assessment activities and projects • Maintains the highest standards and levels of scientific and clinical knowledge in the specific therapeutic and disease area(s) of assignment • Collaborates with a variety of internal and external partners and stakeholders, such as clinical investigators, clinicians, scientists and key opinion leaders (KOLs), as well as multidisciplinary internal groups, including other groups in PD, research, business development, commercial operations, legal, etc. • Represents CD for the assigned molecule(s)/indication(s) to other internal Roche groups • May participate in meetings, reviews, discussions and other interactions regarding early development/Phase I studies to provide clinical science input and guidance. Includes reviewing Phase I protocols and providing CD input into these • Supports internal partners in transitioning new drugs/indications into Medical Affairs or publication studies. May review Medical Affairs protocols and other information and provide CD input • May also consult to pharma partnering on relevant acquisitions, joint ventures or other strategic partnerships, as these potentially relate to the assigned therapeutic/disease area(s) • Participates in CD strategy development and may present to various internal committees • Develops and provides clinical science information for inclusion into annual and strategic Lifecycle Plans (LCPs) and the Integrated Development Commercialization Plan (IDCP) • Responsible for creating and implementing the CD plan for assigned molecule(s)/indication(s) and/or other programs: o Seeks guidance from his/her manager, as and when needed, to ensure appropriate design and development of the CD plan o Responsible to ensure strategic and operational alignment of the CD plan with the relevant CD strategy, strategic and annual LCPs o Guides CST and relevant sub-teams in developing all CD plan components (e.g., analytics/data strategy, KOL development, publications strategy, etc.) o Works with CST and other relevant teams to develop and provide information and input for budget/resource requirements necessary to implement and execute the CD plan • Communicates with HAs, as and when needed, or otherwise appropriate. Ethically, effectively and professionally represents the interests of Roche and patients. Escalates matters, as needed, in a timely manner to his/her manager or other internal partners/stakeholders 3. Clinical Development Plan Implementation • Provides clinical oversight across all relevant studies and programs: o Leads and/or otherwise participates in ongoing CST and relevant sub-team meetings, other interactions and communications o Designs and develops clinical studies o Collaborates with others in the development of the product safety profile o Collaborates with others in development of clinical sections of investigator brochures, presentations and other materials o May participate in the identification and selection of appropriate external investigators and sites o Guides and collaborates with others on patient registry design and development (including strategies for patient registry recruitment) o Acts as CD lead in the development of study analytics and data management plans for each study o Represents, alongside his/her manager or others, Roche in key investigator and other external presentations, meetings and other communications o Ensures investigators are appropriately and thoroughly briefed, in a timely manner, on medical/scientific matters relating to each study Acts as a medical monitor for assigned studies o Conducts ongoing reviews of medical/safety data o Collaborates with relevant teams and other groups to measure and monitor study progress against objectives and plans, including any variances, and proactively communicate any issues, challenges and potential strategies to resolve such o Collaborates with other groups to ensure timely and appropriate completion of interim study reporting o Collaborates with clinical operations to close-out clinical studies, secure data and complete study reporting o Accountable to ensure correct medical/scientific data interpretation for interim and final study reporting o Plays a lead role in the development and implementation of communications strategies to support existing and concluded studies. Includes KOL interactions, advisory boards, major medical meetings, congresses and other events, publications and other materials o Works with regulatory and other internal partners/stakeholders in the completion and submission of regulatory filings and other regulatory documentation. Supports others with clinical science information and input for regulatory submissions and other regulatory processes. Includes developing labeling and packaging language, etc. • Develops and delivers key presentations, both internally and externally, to convey the CD perspective and provide updates on strategies, plans and other activities. Includes presenting at advisory boards and other relevant external forums representing Roche • Drives ongoing data generation to address unmet medical needs and recommend new or extended CD studies or other programs to his/her manager and others in the relevant therapeutic area of assignment JOB DESCRIPTION – PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: • Responsible to ensure that CD plans, objectives, and deliverables are consistently accomplished on-time and on-target • Completes and/or leads other special projects, as and when assigned, or otherwise requested • Consistently complies with, and ensures the same among relevant CST members, all governing laws, regulations, Roche Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) and other guidelines SELECTION CRITERIA: Candidates for this position should hold the following qualifications, have the following experience, and be able to demonstrate the following abilities to be considered as a suitable applicant. Please note that except where specified as “preferred,” or as a “plus,” all points listed below are considered minimum requirements. QUALIFICATIONS & EXPERIENCE: • M.D. with relevant medical experience in same/similar therapeutic area required • 4 or more years pharma/biotech industry experience OR is a recognized expert in the field • 4 or more years experience with clinical trials. In-depth understanding of Phase II – III drug development • Experience submitting an NDA/BLA to regulatory authorities in Europe and/or the U.S. is preferred • Experience authoring aspects of a global clinical development plan or full clinical study protocol is preferred • Experience publishing results of a clinical drug trial in a peer reviewed journal is preferred • Knowledge/understanding of Phase I & IV drug development is a plus • Academic/teaching background is a plus • Experience working with the principles and techniques of data analysis, interpretation and clinical relevance (e.g., ISS, ISE, competitor data, etc.) • Comprehensive understanding of product and safety profiles • Versed in medical aspects of GCP (Good Clinical Practice), ICH (International Conference on Harmonization of Technical Requirements for Registration of Pharmaceuticals for Human Use), FDA, EMEA, NICE and other relevant guidelines and regulations • Familiar with competitive activity in the field • Previous people management experience is a plus ABILITIES: • Has impeccable ethics. Demonstrates, or proven abilities to demonstrate, Roche Values • Outstanding attention-to-detail • Clinical leadership: is regarded as an expert in his/her field, is respected by others, can effectively contribute to longer range drug development, and can lead cross-functional teams to successful results • Business acumen: has sound knowledge of the pharma/biotech industry, the multiple functions and roles involved in the drug development process. Can effectively contribute to development of disease strategies and plans • Excellent project management skills: can prioritize multiple tasks and goals to ensure the timely, on-target and within-budget accomplishment of such • Strong interpersonal, verbal communication and influencing skills: can influence without authority and has proven experience building and cultivating relationships with key partners and stakeholders, both internally and externally • Outstanding written communication skills • Strong business presentation skills: effective at summarizing and presenting the key considerations and decision-points • Confident and competent when interacting with varying levels of internal/external management, KOLs, etc.: stays focused and on-point, is able to raise problems or challenges in a productive and mature manner • Strong negotiation skills: can effectively drive discussions and decisions toward desired end-results • Proven track record of effective decision-making: makes good business decisions and exercises sound judgment. Consistently and effectively balances decisions with imperatives for ethics and efficacy • Strong orientation to teamwork • Financial acumen: proven abilities for effective planning, development and oversight of project budgets and other resources • Aptitude or proven ability to manage others (can lead and motivate direct reports, as well as prioritize and oversee their work through to successful outcomes) • Ability to travel globally ( Please note: Leveling and title will be determined by the Hiring Manager based on the selected candidates experience and qualifications PDMD Genentech is an equal opportunity employer, and we embrace the increasingly diverse world around us. Genentech prohibits unlawful discrimination based on race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin or ancestry, age, disability, marital status and veteran status. Genentech requires all new hires to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 as of their start date. This requirement is a condition of employment at Genentech, and it applies regardless of whether the position is located at a Genentech campus or is fully remote. If you are unable to receive the vaccine due to a disability or serious medical condition, or because it is prohibited as a result of your sincerely held religious beliefs, you will have an opportunity to request a reasonable accommodation. Job Facts JOB FUNCTION COMPANY/DIVISION Genentech SCHEDULE JOB TYPE Full time
2023-01-15T22:42:19Z        

Lead Medical Director, GU Oncology        Genentech        Hillsborough

The Position Roche’s Clinical Development organization is structured by therapeutic area and is responsible for developing and executing the late development (Phase II – III) clinical strategies and plans that deliver medically-differentiated therapies that provide meaningful improvement to patients. The Lead Medical Director participates in development of the Clinical Development (CD) strategy and is responsible for developing the CD plan and ensuring effective and efficient CD plan execution for the assigned molecule(s)/indication(s). Lead Medical Directors may have one or more direct reports. Lead Medical Directors are expected to perform their responsibilities with more independence by comparison to Medical Directors, including participating in health authority (HA) interactions with little to no supervision from their managers. JOB DESCRIPTION – PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: 1. Cross-Functional Team Leadership & People Management • Participates in and/or leads the relevant Clinical Science Team (CST) • Can lead and/or otherwise represents CD in sub-teams (e.g. Study Management Teams) relevant to assigned molecule(s)/indication(s) and helps ensure cross-functional integration, coordination and alignment to enable effective and efficient CD plan execution • Where assigned/appointed, expected to represent CD on core teams, e.g., Lifecycle Team (LCT) • Accountable for training new CST members • May also, as appropriate, support relevant sub-teams in assigning and training new team members • As appropriate, participates in ongoing enhancements/development of core and sub-team processes, structures, systems, tools and other resources • As needed or otherwise appropriate, assists with CD recruitment, training, and/or coaching of new or less experienced CD staff members • Where applicable, may manage one or more direct reports and is, in such instances, responsible for hiring, training, developing and retaining talent on his/her staff. Consistently complies with all governing employment laws, regulations and company HR policies & procedures 2. Global Clinical Development Planning • Stays abreast of internal and external developments, trends and other dynamics relevant to the work of CD to maintain, at all times, a fully current view and perspective of internal/external influences and/or implications for the assigned therapeutic and disease area(s) • As appropriate, participates in competitive intelligence and/or other market/industry assessment activities and projects • Maintains the highest standards and levels of scientific and clinical knowledge in the specific therapeutic and disease area(s) of assignment • Collaborates with a variety of internal and external partners and stakeholders, such as clinical investigators, clinicians, scientists and key opinion leaders (KOLs), as well as multidisciplinary internal groups, including other groups in PD, research, business development, commercial operations, legal, etc. • Represents CD for the assigned molecule(s)/indication(s) to other internal Roche groups • May participate in meetings, reviews, discussions and other interactions regarding early development/Phase I studies to provide clinical science input and guidance. Includes reviewing Phase I protocols and providing CD input into these • Supports internal partners in transitioning new drugs/indications into Medical Affairs or publication studies. May review Medical Affairs protocols and other information and provide CD input • May also consult to pharma partnering on relevant acquisitions, joint ventures or other strategic partnerships, as these potentially relate to the assigned therapeutic/disease area(s) • Participates in CD strategy development and may present to various internal committees • Develops and provides clinical science information for inclusion into annual and strategic Lifecycle Plans (LCPs) and the Integrated Development Commercialization Plan (IDCP) • Responsible for creating and implementing the CD plan for assigned molecule(s)/indication(s) and/or other programs: o Seeks guidance from his/her manager, as and when needed, to ensure appropriate design and development of the CD plan o Responsible to ensure strategic and operational alignment of the CD plan with the relevant CD strategy, strategic and annual LCPs o Guides CST and relevant sub-teams in developing all CD plan components (e.g., analytics/data strategy, KOL development, publications strategy, etc.) o Works with CST and other relevant teams to develop and provide information and input for budget/resource requirements necessary to implement and execute the CD plan • Communicates with HAs, as and when needed, or otherwise appropriate. Ethically, effectively and professionally represents the interests of Roche and patients. Escalates matters, as needed, in a timely manner to his/her manager or other internal partners/stakeholders 3. Clinical Development Plan Implementation • Provides clinical oversight across all relevant studies and programs: o Leads and/or otherwise participates in ongoing CST and relevant sub-team meetings, other interactions and communications o Designs and develops clinical studies o Collaborates with others in the development of the product safety profile o Collaborates with others in development of clinical sections of investigator brochures, presentations and other materials o May participate in the identification and selection of appropriate external investigators and sites o Guides and collaborates with others on patient registry design and development (including strategies for patient registry recruitment) o Acts as CD lead in the development of study analytics and data management plans for each study o Represents, alongside his/her manager or others, Roche in key investigator and other external presentations, meetings and other communications o Ensures investigators are appropriately and thoroughly briefed, in a timely manner, on medical/scientific matters relating to each study Acts as a medical monitor for assigned studies o Conducts ongoing reviews of medical/safety data o Collaborates with relevant teams and other groups to measure and monitor study progress against objectives and plans, including any variances, and proactively communicate any issues, challenges and potential strategies to resolve such o Collaborates with other groups to ensure timely and appropriate completion of interim study reporting o Collaborates with clinical operations to close-out clinical studies, secure data and complete study reporting o Accountable to ensure correct medical/scientific data interpretation for interim and final study reporting o Plays a lead role in the development and implementation of communications strategies to support existing and concluded studies. Includes KOL interactions, advisory boards, major medical meetings, congresses and other events, publications and other materials o Works with regulatory and other internal partners/stakeholders in the completion and submission of regulatory filings and other regulatory documentation. Supports others with clinical science information and input for regulatory submissions and other regulatory processes. Includes developing labeling and packaging language, etc. • Develops and delivers key presentations, both internally and externally, to convey the CD perspective and provide updates on strategies, plans and other activities. Includes presenting at advisory boards and other relevant external forums representing Roche • Drives ongoing data generation to address unmet medical needs and recommend new or extended CD studies or other programs to his/her manager and others in the relevant therapeutic area of assignment JOB DESCRIPTION – PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: • Responsible to ensure that CD plans, objectives, and deliverables are consistently accomplished on-time and on-target • Completes and/or leads other special projects, as and when assigned, or otherwise requested • Consistently complies with, and ensures the same among relevant CST members, all governing laws, regulations, Roche Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) and other guidelines SELECTION CRITERIA: Candidates for this position should hold the following qualifications, have the following experience, and be able to demonstrate the following abilities to be considered as a suitable applicant. Please note that except where specified as “preferred,” or as a “plus,” all points listed below are considered minimum requirements. QUALIFICATIONS & EXPERIENCE: • M.D. with relevant medical experience in same/similar therapeutic area required • 4 or more years pharma/biotech industry experience OR is a recognized expert in the field • 4 or more years experience with clinical trials. In-depth understanding of Phase II – III drug development • Experience submitting an NDA/BLA to regulatory authorities in Europe and/or the U.S. is preferred • Experience authoring aspects of a global clinical development plan or full clinical study protocol is preferred • Experience publishing results of a clinical drug trial in a peer reviewed journal is preferred • Knowledge/understanding of Phase I & IV drug development is a plus • Academic/teaching background is a plus • Experience working with the principles and techniques of data analysis, interpretation and clinical relevance (e.g., ISS, ISE, competitor data, etc.) • Comprehensive understanding of product and safety profiles • Versed in medical aspects of GCP (Good Clinical Practice), ICH (International Conference on Harmonization of Technical Requirements for Registration of Pharmaceuticals for Human Use), FDA, EMEA, NICE and other relevant guidelines and regulations • Familiar with competitive activity in the field • Previous people management experience is a plus ABILITIES: • Has impeccable ethics. Demonstrates, or proven abilities to demonstrate, Roche Values • Outstanding attention-to-detail • Clinical leadership: is regarded as an expert in his/her field, is respected by others, can effectively contribute to longer range drug development, and can lead cross-functional teams to successful results • Business acumen: has sound knowledge of the pharma/biotech industry, the multiple functions and roles involved in the drug development process. Can effectively contribute to development of disease strategies and plans • Excellent project management skills: can prioritize multiple tasks and goals to ensure the timely, on-target and within-budget accomplishment of such • Strong interpersonal, verbal communication and influencing skills: can influence without authority and has proven experience building and cultivating relationships with key partners and stakeholders, both internally and externally • Outstanding written communication skills • Strong business presentation skills: effective at summarizing and presenting the key considerations and decision-points • Confident and competent when interacting with varying levels of internal/external management, KOLs, etc.: stays focused and on-point, is able to raise problems or challenges in a productive and mature manner • Strong negotiation skills: can effectively drive discussions and decisions toward desired end-results • Proven track record of effective decision-making: makes good business decisions and exercises sound judgment. Consistently and effectively balances decisions with imperatives for ethics and efficacy • Strong orientation to teamwork • Financial acumen: proven abilities for effective planning, development and oversight of project budgets and other resources • Aptitude or proven ability to manage others (can lead and motivate direct reports, as well as prioritize and oversee their work through to successful outcomes) • Ability to travel globally ( Please note: Leveling and title will be determined by the Hiring Manager based on the selected candidates experience and qualifications PDMD Genentech is an equal opportunity employer, and we embrace the increasingly diverse world around us. Genentech prohibits unlawful discrimination based on race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin or ancestry, age, disability, marital status and veteran status. Genentech requires all new hires to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 as of their start date. This requirement is a condition of employment at Genentech, and it applies regardless of whether the position is located at a Genentech campus or is fully remote. If you are unable to receive the vaccine due to a disability or serious medical condition, or because it is prohibited as a result of your sincerely held religious beliefs, you will have an opportunity to request a reasonable accommodation. Job Facts JOB FUNCTION COMPANY/DIVISION Genentech SCHEDULE JOB TYPE Full time
2023-01-15T22:42:11Z        

Medical HPSP        United States Army        Oakland

THE ARMY HEALTH CARE ADVANTAGE As a member of the Army health care team, you’ll receive benefits that you won’t be able to get in a civilian career. Challenging Work Feel inspired with great case diversity and over 40,000 visits coming into the U.S. Army medical facilities and clinics around the world every day. See and study diseases that are not usually encountered in the private sector, and work on vaccines for viruses like Zika and COVID-19 that can have a global impact. Fewer Barriers Practice medicine with fewer limitations by treating patients not on their ability to pay, but by the treatment you see necessary. The U.S. Army Medical Department is one of the few places in the world where comprehensive patient care is the top priority. Serve a Purpose Enjoy the deep satisfaction of performing an important service for your country. Make not only a profound difference in the lives of Soldiers in the Army, but in the lives of their families, friends, and the general public. THE ARMY MEDICAL COMMAND IS COMPOSED OF SIX CORPS Each Medcom Corps has a specific function that works together as a team to maintain the U.S. Army’s high standards in patient care. Caucasian female Anesthesiologist providing anesthesia to patient while Caucasian male general Surgeon performs surgery in hospital operating room. ARMY MEDICAL CORPS Contains over 40 specialties, from internal medicine and neurosurgery to pathology, anesthesiology, and psychiatry. Army Medical Corps physicians practice in three main areas: Operational Medicine Clinical Medicine Research Medicine ARMY MEDICAL JOBS Caucasian male SPC Lab Technician wearing OCP holding test tubes inside a medical office. MEDICAL SERVICE CORPS The Medical Service Corps is the most diverse branch of the U.S. Army. This Corps is home to medical administrative, scientific, and provider specialties, from direct patient care to management of the U.S. Army’s health service system. Disciplines include: Behavioral Sciences Health Services Laboratory Sciences Optometry Pharmacy Podiatry Preventative Medicine MEDICAL SERVICE JOBS Male Physical Therapist wearing OCP training with a male soldier wearing APFU inside during the daytime. MEDICAL SPECIALIST CORPS The Medical Specialist Corps is home to four distinct specialties: Physical Therapists Occupational Therapists Clinical Dietitians Physician Assistants MEDICAL SPECIALIST JOBS Caucasian female CPT Veterinarian wearing OCP kneeling in Veterinary office with a dog. VETERINARY CORPS The Veterinary Corps conducts and oversees all Department of Defense veterinary service activities. Army Veterinary Corps Officers are responsible for preventing contagious and zoonotic diseases, providing care to military working dogs, caring for ceremonial horses, treating family pets, and even supporting Human-Animal Bond Programs at military hospitals. Veterinary Preventative Medicine Laboratory Animal Medicine Veterinary Pathology Veterinary Comparative Medicine Veterinary Clinical Medicine VETERINARY JOBS Emergency Medical Staff examining patient wearing OCP inside an Emergency Room. ARMY NURSE CORPS The Army Nurse Corps represents more than 11,000 Soldiers dedicated to providing high-tech, quality health care for military personnel, their families, and military retirees all over the world. They support humanitarian missions and respond to natural disasters, experiences unmatched as a civilian nurse. Army nurses choose one of five specialties: Critical Care Mental Health Perioperative Emergency Trauma Gynecology/Obstetrics ARMY NURSE JOBS Female Dental Specialist and Dentist holding dental equipment with patient indoors. ARMY DENTAL CORPS The Army Dental Corps teaches more residents than any other institution in the country. It maintains modern dental facilities both in the U.S. and abroad in diverse countries. The Army’s Specialty Residency Programs produce graduates regularly scoring in the top 95th percentile. The Army Dental Corps is comprised of nine specialties: Comprehensive Dentistry Oral Surgery Maxillofacial Surgery Orthodontistry Prosthodontistry General Dentistry Oral Pathology Public Health ARMY DENTAL JOBS Caucasian male ROTC Cadet wearing graduation robe standing facing Major in dress blues and family outside during the day. WE’LL HELP PAY FOR YOUR EDUCATION The Army will fund medical school for those aspiring to serve. Through the U.S. Army’s Health Professions Scholarship Program (HPSP), you can: Graduate from medical school debt-free Earn a $2,400 monthly allowance Receive a $20,000 sign-on bonus HPSP & NURSE SCHOLARSHIPS
2023-02-01T04:32:51Z        

Medical HPSP        United States Army        Fremont

THE ARMY HEALTH CARE ADVANTAGE As a member of the Army health care team, you’ll receive benefits that you won’t be able to get in a civilian career. Challenging Work Feel inspired with great case diversity and over 40,000 visits coming into the U.S. Army medical facilities and clinics around the world every day. See and study diseases that are not usually encountered in the private sector, and work on vaccines for viruses like Zika and COVID-19 that can have a global impact. Fewer Barriers Practice medicine with fewer limitations by treating patients not on their ability to pay, but by the treatment you see necessary. The U.S. Army Medical Department is one of the few places in the world where comprehensive patient care is the top priority. Serve a Purpose Enjoy the deep satisfaction of performing an important service for your country. Make not only a profound difference in the lives of Soldiers in the Army, but in the lives of their families, friends, and the general public. THE ARMY MEDICAL COMMAND IS COMPOSED OF SIX CORPS Each Medcom Corps has a specific function that works together as a team to maintain the U.S. Army’s high standards in patient care. Caucasian female Anesthesiologist providing anesthesia to patient while Caucasian male general Surgeon performs surgery in hospital operating room. ARMY MEDICAL CORPS Contains over 40 specialties, from internal medicine and neurosurgery to pathology, anesthesiology, and psychiatry. Army Medical Corps physicians practice in three main areas: Operational Medicine Clinical Medicine Research Medicine ARMY MEDICAL JOBS Caucasian male SPC Lab Technician wearing OCP holding test tubes inside a medical office. MEDICAL SERVICE CORPS The Medical Service Corps is the most diverse branch of the U.S. Army. This Corps is home to medical administrative, scientific, and provider specialties, from direct patient care to management of the U.S. Army’s health service system. Disciplines include: Behavioral Sciences Health Services Laboratory Sciences Optometry Pharmacy Podiatry Preventative Medicine MEDICAL SERVICE JOBS Male Physical Therapist wearing OCP training with a male soldier wearing APFU inside during the daytime. MEDICAL SPECIALIST CORPS The Medical Specialist Corps is home to four distinct specialties: Physical Therapists Occupational Therapists Clinical Dietitians Physician Assistants MEDICAL SPECIALIST JOBS Caucasian female CPT Veterinarian wearing OCP kneeling in Veterinary office with a dog. VETERINARY CORPS The Veterinary Corps conducts and oversees all Department of Defense veterinary service activities. Army Veterinary Corps Officers are responsible for preventing contagious and zoonotic diseases, providing care to military working dogs, caring for ceremonial horses, treating family pets, and even supporting Human-Animal Bond Programs at military hospitals. Veterinary Preventative Medicine Laboratory Animal Medicine Veterinary Pathology Veterinary Comparative Medicine Veterinary Clinical Medicine VETERINARY JOBS Emergency Medical Staff examining patient wearing OCP inside an Emergency Room. ARMY NURSE CORPS The Army Nurse Corps represents more than 11,000 Soldiers dedicated to providing high-tech, quality health care for military personnel, their families, and military retirees all over the world. They support humanitarian missions and respond to natural disasters, experiences unmatched as a civilian nurse. Army nurses choose one of five specialties: Critical Care Mental Health Perioperative Emergency Trauma Gynecology/Obstetrics ARMY NURSE JOBS Female Dental Specialist and Dentist holding dental equipment with patient indoors. ARMY DENTAL CORPS The Army Dental Corps teaches more residents than any other institution in the country. It maintains modern dental facilities both in the U.S. and abroad in diverse countries. The Army’s Specialty Residency Programs produce graduates regularly scoring in the top 95th percentile. The Army Dental Corps is comprised of nine specialties: Comprehensive Dentistry Oral Surgery Maxillofacial Surgery Orthodontistry Prosthodontistry General Dentistry Oral Pathology Public Health ARMY DENTAL JOBS Caucasian male ROTC Cadet wearing graduation robe standing facing Major in dress blues and family outside during the day. WE’LL HELP PAY FOR YOUR EDUCATION The Army will fund medical school for those aspiring to serve. Through the U.S. Army’s Health Professions Scholarship Program (HPSP), you can: Graduate from medical school debt-free Earn a $2,400 monthly allowance Receive a $20,000 sign-on bonus HPSP & NURSE SCHOLARSHIPS
2023-02-01T04:32:01Z        

Medical HPSP        United States Army        

THE ARMY HEALTH CARE ADVANTAGE As a member of the Army health care team, you’ll receive benefits that you won’t be able to get in a civilian career. Challenging Work Feel inspired with great case diversity and over 40,000 visits coming into the U.S. Army medical facilities and clinics around the world every day. See and study diseases that are not usually encountered in the private sector, and work on vaccines for viruses like Zika and COVID-19 that can have a global impact. Fewer Barriers Practice medicine with fewer limitations by treating patients not on their ability to pay, but by the treatment you see necessary. The U.S. Army Medical Department is one of the few places in the world where comprehensive patient care is the top priority. Serve a Purpose Enjoy the deep satisfaction of performing an important service for your country. Make not only a profound difference in the lives of Soldiers in the Army, but in the lives of their families, friends, and the general public. THE ARMY MEDICAL COMMAND IS COMPOSED OF SIX CORPS Each Medcom Corps has a specific function that works together as a team to maintain the U.S. Army’s high standards in patient care. Caucasian female Anesthesiologist providing anesthesia to patient while Caucasian male general Surgeon performs surgery in hospital operating room. ARMY MEDICAL CORPS Contains over 40 specialties, from internal medicine and neurosurgery to pathology, anesthesiology, and psychiatry. Army Medical Corps physicians practice in three main areas: Operational Medicine Clinical Medicine Research Medicine ARMY MEDICAL JOBS Caucasian male SPC Lab Technician wearing OCP holding test tubes inside a medical office. MEDICAL SERVICE CORPS The Medical Service Corps is the most diverse branch of the U.S. Army. This Corps is home to medical administrative, scientific, and provider specialties, from direct patient care to management of the U.S. Army’s health service system. Disciplines include: Behavioral Sciences Health Services Laboratory Sciences Optometry Pharmacy Podiatry Preventative Medicine MEDICAL SERVICE JOBS Male Physical Therapist wearing OCP training with a male soldier wearing APFU inside during the daytime. MEDICAL SPECIALIST CORPS The Medical Specialist Corps is home to four distinct specialties: Physical Therapists Occupational Therapists Clinical Dietitians Physician Assistants MEDICAL SPECIALIST JOBS Caucasian female CPT Veterinarian wearing OCP kneeling in Veterinary office with a dog. VETERINARY CORPS The Veterinary Corps conducts and oversees all Department of Defense veterinary service activities. Army Veterinary Corps Officers are responsible for preventing contagious and zoonotic diseases, providing care to military working dogs, caring for ceremonial horses, treating family pets, and even supporting Human-Animal Bond Programs at military hospitals. Veterinary Preventative Medicine Laboratory Animal Medicine Veterinary Pathology Veterinary Comparative Medicine Veterinary Clinical Medicine VETERINARY JOBS Emergency Medical Staff examining patient wearing OCP inside an Emergency Room. ARMY NURSE CORPS The Army Nurse Corps represents more than 11,000 Soldiers dedicated to providing high-tech, quality health care for military personnel, their families, and military retirees all over the world. They support humanitarian missions and respond to natural disasters, experiences unmatched as a civilian nurse. Army nurses choose one of five specialties: Critical Care Mental Health Perioperative Emergency Trauma Gynecology/Obstetrics ARMY NURSE JOBS Female Dental Specialist and Dentist holding dental equipment with patient indoors. ARMY DENTAL CORPS The Army Dental Corps teaches more residents than any other institution in the country. It maintains modern dental facilities both in the U.S. and abroad in diverse countries. The Army’s Specialty Residency Programs produce graduates regularly scoring in the top 95th percentile. The Army Dental Corps is comprised of nine specialties: Comprehensive Dentistry Oral Surgery Maxillofacial Surgery Orthodontistry Prosthodontistry General Dentistry Oral Pathology Public Health ARMY DENTAL JOBS Caucasian male ROTC Cadet wearing graduation robe standing facing Major in dress blues and family outside during the day. WE’LL HELP PAY FOR YOUR EDUCATION The Army will fund medical school for those aspiring to serve. Through the U.S. Army’s Health Professions Scholarship Program (HPSP), you can: Graduate from medical school debt-free Earn a $2,400 monthly allowance Receive a $20,000 sign-on bonus HPSP & NURSE SCHOLARSHIPS
2023-02-01T04:35:46Z        

Registered Nurse ARRMC (Medical Oncology)        Asante        Oakland

Registered Nurse ARRMC (Medical Oncology) RN - Medical Oncology Position Overview Union Position FTE: 0.9 / Status: Full Time Schedule: Variable Schedule Days We are offering a Lucrative and Highly Competitive Sign On and Retention Bonus package Contact Bailey Morgan, Recruiter, for more information [email protected] This position is eligible for an $1,000 employee referral bonus, payable only to our current employees. Please visit www.asante.org/careers/jobs/referrals to find out more details all bonus payouts are subject to tax WHY ASANTE Asante is more than a great hospital system in an amazing location. We are a community of passionate providers and service-focused caregivers who collaborate to deliver amazing patient outcomes; a place where titles don't matter as much as your creativity, drive, and passion. Our culture, values and people create an environment of sustained medical excellence. POSITION SUMMARY Our 32-bed Medical Oncology Unit is looking for an RN that demonstrates evidenced-base care. Nurse to patient rations are: 4:1 - 5:1 for day shift and 5:1 - 6:1 for night shift. Come work with a group of team-oriented nurses Our mission statement provides us all with an environment that offers compassion, empathy and courage. As an RN in the Medical Oncology Unit, you will have the opportunity to: Care for a variety of patients. Become a skilled chemo therapy nurse. Provide care to the palliative care and end of life populations. Meet our Manager of Patient Care Services for Medical Oncology, Matt https://asante.wistia.com/medias/6huz46bv6a?media_finished QUALIFICATIONS Education Bachelor's degree in Nursing preferred Experience Previous palliative care and end of life experience, preferred Licensure/Certifications RN: Registered Nurse licensed by Oregon State Board of Nursing (OSBN) required upon start BLS: Basic Life Support for the Healthcare Provider certified through the American Heart Association (AHA) required upon start Successful completion of an ONS Chemotherapy course within 1 year of hire date Successful completion of ONS/ONCC Chemotherapy Certificate (ONS) within 2 years of completing ONS Fundamentals of Chemotherapy Immunotherapy course Preferred Certifications OCN: Oncology Certified Nurse CHPN: Certified Hospice & Palliative RN CMSRN: Certified Medical Surgical Registered Nurse HNC: Holistic Nursing Certified MSN RN-BC: Medical Surgical Nurse RN Board Certified What We Offer Competitive starting wage Comprehensive benefits including medical, dental, vision, and wellness Excellent retirement package with up to 6% employer contribution Generous Earned Time Off Tuition reimbursement after one year of service About Asante and Southern Oregon Asante is a local, community owned and governed, not-for-profit organization that provides comprehensive health care services to more than 550,000 people in a nine-county area of Southern Oregon and Northern California. It includes Asante Ashland Community Hospital in Ashland, Asante Rogue Regional Medical Center in Medford, Asante Three Rivers Medical Center in Grants Pass, Asante Physician Partners throughout the Rogue Valley, and additional health care partnerships. Virtually all medical specialties and services are represented within an organization dedicated to providing exceptional care. With over 5,000 employees, Asante's entities offer outstanding opportunities for career advancement and professional growth. At Asante your work positively impacts your family, friends, neighbors and the community. Experience the difference in how you work, how you live and how you connect. At Asante we are defined by our values - traits that guide us as we serve patients and the community: Excellence - Respect - Honesty - Service - Teamwork Asante is an equal opportunity employer. We are committed to employ and advance in employment women, minorities, qualified individuals with disabilities and protected veterans.
2023-01-27T18:57:29Z        

Medical Technologist/MLS - Day Shift        Asante        Oakland

Medical Technologist/MLS - Day Shift Additional Position Details: Will also consider MLT's for this position. Salary: Based on qualifications and years of relevant experience. Plus, you will earn extra shift differentials for swing, night, and weekend hours: $1.96 extra for working between 3:00pm - 11:00pm $4.25 extra for working between 11:01pm and 7:00am $1.82 extra for working weekends Medical Laboratory Scientist Opportunity in Beautiful Southern Oregon External candidates may be eligible for a Recruitment Bonus and/or Relocation Assistance Questions? Contact Whitney Sullens at [email protected] Why Asante Asante is more than a great hospital system in an amazing location. We are a community of passionate providers and service-focused caregivers who collaborate to deliver amazing patient outcomes; a place where titles don't matter as much as your creativity, drive, and passion. Our culture, values and people create an environment of sustained medical excellence. Asante Rogue Regional Medical Center (ARRMC) , located in Medford, Oregon, is a 378-bed regional referral and trauma center featuring the latest medical technology and clinical expertise. The hospital team delivers nationally recognized heart and stroke care, orthopedic services, cancer care, and diabetes care, as well as a comprehensive range of key services including neurology and neurosurgery, bariatric surgery, rehabilitation services, hospice services, and the region's only neonatal intensive care unit. The Laboratory at Asante Rogue Regional Medical Center conducts over two million billed tests per year, a major factor in our designation as a 100 Top Cardiovascular Hospital. Our staff of skilled professionals (including nine Pathologists) covers a full range of specialties, including Chemistry, Special Chemistry, Hematology, Blood Bank, Cytology, Microbiology, Molecular, and Histology. Our lab is also a Red Cross Depot Center and offers an extensive esoteric menu through Special Chemistry. The lab features the following equipment: Total Lab Automation (one of the first sites in the state to offer this feature), Epic Beaker LIS, Power Express Automation line, AU5800, DXI, DXH 900, Cellavision, Iriscell,Top 750, Bactec, and Cobas Molecular Platform. In addition to supporting our nationally recognized cardiovascular program, our labs support a wide range of clinical specialties, including oncology, a neonatal intensive care unit, three general intensive care units, and trauma care. In addition to being CAP accredited, our laboratory is also AABB certified. Position Requirements Bachelor's degree in Laboratory Sciences or related field, or equivalent in education, experience and certification is required One of the following is required : MLS: Medical Laboratory Scientist (ASCP), or Equivalent certification (AMT, NCA or military), or Eligible for MLS and obtain within 6 months of hire Unit Specific for ARRMC Lab department ONLY: A specialty certification from the American Society for Clinical Pathology (ASCP) may be considered in lieu of Medical Laboratory Scientist (MLS) certification. What We Offer Competitive starting wage Comprehensive benefits including medical, dental, vision, and wellness Excellent retirement package with up to 6% employer contribution Generous Earned Time Off Tuition reimbursement after one year of service About Asante and Southern Oregon Asante is a local, community owned and governed, not-for-profit organization that provides comprehensive health care services to more than 550,000 people in a nine-county area of Southern Oregon and Northern California. It includes Asante Ashland Community Hospital in Ashland, Asante Rogue Regional Medical Center in Medford, Asante Three Rivers Medical Center in Grants Pass, Asante Physician Partners throughout the Rogue Valley, and additional health care partnerships. Virtually all medical specialties and services are represented within an organization dedicated to providing exceptional care. With over 5,000 employees, Asante's entities offer outstanding opportunities for career advancement and professional growth. At Asante your work positively impacts your family, friends, neighbors and the community. Experience the difference in how you work, how you live and how you connect. At Asante we are defined by our values - traits that guide us as we serve patients and the community: Excellence - Respect - Honesty - Service - Teamwork Asante is an equal opportunity employer. We are committed to employ and advance in employment women, minorities, qualified individuals with disabilities and protected veterans.
2023-01-27T18:51:52Z        



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