Oncology Leader, Clinical Decision Support Asia Pacific
Who we are
At Roche, 94,000 people across 100 countries are pushing back the frontiers of healthcare. Working together, we’ve become one of the world’s leading research-focused healthcare groups. Our success is built on innovation, curiosity and diversity. Roche Diagnostics is committed to create a great place to work for its employees and in 2015 we have been accredited as Regional Best Employer Asia Pacific by Aon Hewitt. Individual Best Employer Awards were awarded in Singapore, Korea, China and India.
Roche Diagnostics is committed to provide healthcare professionals with digital decision support solutions that transform patient care and have launched the NAVIFY brand, with the first product being NAVIFY Tumor Board solution.
We are seeking an Oncology Leader to join the newly formed Clinical Decision Support team in Asia Pacific to be responsible for determining and managing the cross-diagnostics oncology strategy in Asia Pacific in collaboration with the business area Executive Directors and the Medical and Scientific Affairs team. You will work with country leads to define and execute the sales targets for NAVIFY (oncology related) products and services in the region. To enable the execution of NAVIFY sales strategy and any other oncology related product, you will also take the lead in regional collaboration projects with Roche Pharmaceuticals.
You define and execute market research initiatives to order to formulate strategic and tactical decisions related to the clinical decision support business opportunities. To learn about customer / market dynamics, you will engage directly with customers and stakeholders. Last but not least, you will establish an internal network of NAVIFY (Oncology) users in Asia Pacific.
The role will be based in Singapore, regional office for Asia Pacific, and report to the Executive Director, Clinical Decision Support, Asia Pacific.
International travel of around 50% will be required for this role.
Who you are
You are someone who influences your own development, pursues your interests across functions and geographies, and understands that a job title is not the final definition of who you are, but a starting point.
You should possess a Masters in Science or equivalent with at least ten years of related experience in IVD or pharmaceutical industry. Oncology and medical affairs experience in commercial environment is a must. Experience working in regional or global function and/or in large multi-national companies is highly desirable.
You have scientific knowledge in the area of oncology and understand / keep abreast of development and trends in this field. You have acute business acumen and have experience in developing regional strategy from scratch. You have excellent communication skills and able to have in-depth and engaging conversations with clinicians and technical experts. You can distil medical/clinical conversations / information into compelling and succinct concepts for business leaders.
You have proven that you are able to work with a myriad of stakeholders including senior management, build strong networks and influence these stakeholders appropriately. You are results-oriented, resilient and possess the desire and ability to challenge status quo. You are highly proficient in written and spoken English.
Apply online with your full resume, current and expected salaries by 17 June 2018. Shortlisted candidates will be notified within 4 weeks from the application closing date.
At Roche, 94,000 people across 100 countries are pushing back the frontiers of healthcare. Working together, we’ve become one of the world’s leading research-focused healthcare groups. Our success is built on innovation, curiosity and diversity
Roche is an equal opportunity employer.
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