Medical Group Lead

Sweden, Stockholm, Stockholm

In Sweden we are working in an activity based office, diagnostics and pharmaceuticals together, enabling cross functional collaborations.
 
Roche AB is currently looking for a Medical Group Lead (MGL) Oncology. The role is, as a line manager, to lead a team of Country Medical Managers (CMM) and Medical Project Managers (MPM). The team will have their daily work activities and strategic medical accountability in different Oncology Franchises and thereby be functionally led by other Country Medical Leads in Oncology, depending on their dedicated therapeutic area. A close collaboration between the MGL and all CML's is a pre-requisite for success.
 
The key responsibilities for you as a MGL are to provide leadership and maintain a highly motivated team. The MGL is responsible for resource management and coaching and development of direct reports and identifies and implements areas of best practice and process improvements.
 
In addition to the MGL role with direct reports, consisting of the team of CMM's and MPM's, you are a Country Medical Lead (CML) and accountable for the overall medical strategy in one of our oncology Franchises (approximately 50% of your time). You will lead your team in close collaboration with the other CML's and be part in a CML Forum, led by the Medical Director.
 
As a MGL/CML you are also a member of the local medical management team and Franchise Lead Team (FLT).
 
 
As a Medical Group Lead, you will be responsible for
  • Maintaining a highly motivated team through outstanding leadership, coaching and people management, ensuring aligned objectives and a strong cross functional culture. Support excellent career development pathways.
  • Resource management across the Medical Affairs in order that sufficient, appropriately qualified and trained resources are identified and allocated to utilize the competences and capabilities in the most efficient way.
  • Encourage a culture of flexibility, agility and cross functional collaboration by clarifying roles and responsibilities.
  • Harmonize processes and working principles within the medical team.
  • Promoting the sharing of Best Practices and ensuring effective implementation of working principles.