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Associate Director, Drug Development Project Manager – Early Assets - Immunology, Cardiovascular, Fibrosis and Neuroscience
Early Development Project Managers (ED PMs) provide execution leadership for an asset or a portfolio of assets for a Therapeutic Area (TA)/Thematic Research Center (TRC). They partner with the Early Development Program Leads (EDPLs) to lead cross-matrix Early Development Program Teams (EDPTs) that are the hub of drug development activities at BMS, shaping and executing the drug development strategies from Candidate Declaration through Phase 2 Proof of Concept. The ED PMs sit in the Research & Early Development Project Management (R&ED PM) organization within R&D Strategy and Planning (RDSP). This role supports the portfolio of Non-oncology including immunology, cardiovascular, fibrosis and neuroscience assets. This position can sit in Cambridge; Princeton or Summit, NJ; Seattle; San Diego or Brisbane, CA; and allows for a hybrid work arrangement. **level is commensurate with experience, and determined during the interview process**
The Associate Director Early Development Project Manager (ED PM) is a seasoned project manager who is accountable for the cross-functional planning and execution of one or more drug development programs including definition of the operational strategy, management of timelines, cost, quality, and risk assessment and mitigation. The ED PM provides an independent voice to shape the overall project strategy and drive optimal decisions for the broader portfolio value. They also are champions of the project management role, and support, champion and execute on the R&ED PM and RDSP vision to enable an industry-leading PM organization.
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