$150K — $200K *
The PBM (Pharmacy Benefit Management) Product Innovation Manager will be responsible for the following:
Plan, design and execute pilot programs and innovation work. The process innovation group operates in focused project teams and responsibility will be to lead both a team of direct reports and work with teams comprised of personnel from various groups. Engage cross-functionally across the organization to design solutions, develop test and implementation plans, drive results, and resolve issues encountered by the team, including the ability to assess and course-correct as necessary. Engage across all functions of Med D operations using a variety of process improvement tools and analysis techniques to direct or perform scoping, root case analysis, solutions ideation, metrics or solution design, solution implementation and testing. Use superior analytical skills and logic to prepare material and presentations for the business in a way that adds value, is easily understood by others who may not have the same background or expertise, and improves the operational efficiency of the business. Demonstrate strong leadership capabilities by working with business and team leadership to design and implement strategy for direct and indirect colleague oversight, development, mentoring, performance evaluation and assessment within the business unit. Provide informal managerial guidance to resources on project teams from different groups. This will include a blend of lateral peer management, demonstrative leadership for subordinate role/level employees, and upward management of senior level employees. Responsible for the direct management of career and talent development for a team of 3 to 5 employees (Sr. Consultants/Sr. Analysts and Consultants/Analysts). Managerial acuity within the process innovation and improvement field is expected as the role will provide mentorship, skills guidance, and project advice in addition to traditional managerial logistics functions. Identify and define business problems and issues, and develop strategic, analytical, and financial frameworks to conduct analysis and/or measure success. Conduct and manage quantitative analysis. Build relationships and influence business stakeholders to foster effective working relations across the process innovation team and across functional and divisional leaders.
Master's degree, or foreign equivalent in Engineering, Computer Science, Computer/Management Information Systems, Information Technology, Business, Healthcare, or a closely related technical field and three years of experience in building complex business models in an operational environment. Must also possess three years of experience in the following: testing the performance of design solutions; utilizing automation tools to develop robotic process automation solutions; data warehousing and effective analytical reporting; liaising between key stakeholders on critical projects; and managing concurrent technical projects and teams. Caremark, LLC will also accept a Bachelor's degree and six years of experience in lieu of a Master's degree and three years of experience. Up to 5-10% travel to other CVS Health office locations for research and/or meetings.
Please see required qualifications.
Master's degree and three years of experience or Bachelor's degree and six years of experience.
Valid through: 7/16/2020