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Job Detail

Commercial Lead/Manager Oncology

Job Summary

Location

Kirkland QC

Posting date

Categories

  • Pharmaceutical - Healthcare - Medical

Manages commercial aspects of brand or portfolio within a tumour site and cross functional interactions to champion all aspects of brand commercial activities. Responsible to accelerate customer/market adoption of brands, within assigned portfolio.

Core Responsibilities:

  • Customer Interaction: Understanding of key accounts and developing portfolio/tumour site value proposition tailored to key customer and institutional needs.
  • Lead Core Cross-Functional Tumour Team: Manage expertise from each member of team to create and implement customer & brand strategies. Project management including assignment of cross-functional team responsibilities for implementation of plans.
  • Planning/Development: Leads the tumour site planning process to realize brand objectives in support of portfolio priorities. Champions the implementation of tumour site, brand plans, and Field POA to realize commercial objectives.
  • Analytics: Regular analysis of market/product performance trends and create a plan of action to proactively address any issues
  • Account Planning: Provides input into National Account plans. Support regional account managers in implementation of plans.
  • P&L Accountability: Optimizes resources within portfolio to achieve financial goals. Monitors allocations to ensure financial objectives are met.
  • Leadership: Leads cross functional team to optimize commercial performance of brand in support of portfolio priorities.
  • Internal Stakeholder Management: Lead collaboration, communication and alignment between internal stakeholders. Ensures that enabling functions are providing agreed to services and deliverables are appropriately tailored to the needs of the cross-functional tumor site team.
  • Regional & Account Business: Develops and implements regional commercial initiatives as a member of regional business teams. Ensures the tumour site funds are allocated in the region and accounts according to plan
  • New Product Development: Participation in new product development and responsible for assets at filing to Health Canada.
  • Professional Development: Develops and executes individual development plan to enhance performance on the job.

Specific Qualifications:

  • University degree in Science, Health Sciences or Business; graduate studies, un atout 
  • Five to ten years of pharmaceutical experience. 
  • Two to three years commercial experience in specialty/hospital an asset 
  • Experience in an institutional setting an asset 
  • Excellent communication and Interpersonal skills 
  • Ability to manage change 
  • Demonstrated ability to work effectively in a team-based environment and lead without authority 
  • Proven ability to work collaboratively and lead in a cross-functional team environment 
  • Strong analytical, budget and project management skills 

 

EEO & Employment Eligibility

Pfizer is an equal opportunity employer and encourages women, Aboriginal people, persons with disabilities and members of visible minorities to apply. Pfizer will accommodate the needs of applicants with disabilities throughout all stages of the selection process. Should accommodation during the recruitment process be required, please advise your Talent Acquisition representative.