The Associate Global Program Medical Director (Assoc.GPMD) is responsible for the scientific and medical strategy of assigned sections of a complex clinical development program (e.g., an indication, new formulation, or specific development phase) or may lead programs of low complexity.
Accountable for creation of and giving critical input to clinical components of key documents (e.g., regulatory documents including maintenance of product licenses, registration dossiers, value dossiers, pharmacoeconomic dossiers) supporting registration, market access, and commercialization of the compound(s), and ensures the quality of all clinical documents produced by the GCT.
Monitor ITs progress towards achievement of MAD business commitments, escalate critical issues, optimize risk, facilitate prioritization of the MAD activities, facilitate resolution of resource conflicts, and monitor major variances to scope, budgets and timelines.
This role is responsible for defining and deploying standardized work, common project management processes, command media, methodologies, templates, governance processes, tooling, and systems to enable the consistent, high quality, agile, execution of IT projects across the Enterprise and through all phases of the project life cycle.
Support various development functional areas on the project, attends/coordinates sub-team meetings; organize ad hoc working groups as needed to move project activities forward in a timely and cost-effective way.
The Program Manager leads planning and reporting activities for strategic activities, is the trusted advisor of the business account manager and client service leads, ensures Merck technology standards compliance and identifies and pursues integration and leveraging of existing platform opportunities.
They will ensure the results of the learning are shared across the organization to enable mitigation of future issues and to enable higher productivity through elimination of repeat problems and by providing opportunities to change organizational limiters.