Pfizer US Comirnaty Strategic Partnerships Director in New York City, New York
Pfizer and BioNTech's COVID vaccine (COMIRNATY) is FDA approved in the U.S for ages 16+ and transitioning from Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) to commercial launch for other age groups. The U.S. launch is critical to the future success of our Vaccines BU. In addition, COVID has multiple future launches in the U.S. including pediatric & boosters.
The Comirnaty US Strategic Partnerships Director will collaborate with the Sr Director and Team Lead to support the account management and development of strategic partnerships for the Pfizer COVID Vaccine. The individual will collaborate across functional groups to drive forward existing contracts and help to implement additional contracts or partnerships designed to bring more vaccines to people in need and to capitalize on high value opportunities aligned with the business unit strategies. The individual will need good interpersonal skills, business acumen, analytical skills and strong project management capabilities with the ability to work in a cross functional environment both internally and externally. This individual reports Caleb Hart, the USG and Data Lead and will work collaboratively with / take direction from the Sr Director Strategic Partnerships Lead.
Contribute to and execute USG & private sales strategy for the US COVID vaccine that complements Pfizer Vaccines near-term and long-term growth objectives
Will assist with account and relationship management for key external stakeholders such as CDC, HHS, BARDA & private partners; may be directly accountable for smaller partners or accounts
Works with the Sr Dir Strategic Partnerships lead to ensure commitments (supply, demand planning, contract Terms and Conditions) are met
Support and execute against USG contract management process & ensure Pfizer meets all contract deliverables in a compliant and timely manner
Contribute to discussions with Payer Channel Access (PCA) Vaccine Contracting Lead to inform vaccines-specific pricing and contracting strategies and processes
Help to monitor and measure the operational effectiveness of the overall vaccine contracting process in close collaboration with PCA
Work with the team to ensure end to end COVID readiness from supply availability to shipping
Stay informed about product specification changes and work with the team and key partners to ensure appropriate pull through (smaller packaging, label updates)
Engage with cross-functional teams, including but not limited to PGS, Trade, Legal, Finance, Tax, Corporate Affairs, GH&V & Regulatory, to execute on any quests/proposals
Engage with GH&V and the Sr Director in support of the pricing and reimbursement policy and positions for partnership opportunities
10+ years of experience; 7+ years of commercial experience required including US pharmaceutical experience
Strong familiarity with US marketing landscape including HCPs, Medical Groups / Integrated Delivery Networks (IDNs), Payers, Group Purchasing Organizations (GPOs) and Physician Buying Groups (PBGs)
Ability to work effectively in a cross functional team-based environment and to partner with internal and external stakeholders.
Strong project and process management skills, along with the ability to work on multiple tasks and to prioritize effectively
Financial expertise to be able to build revenue forecast scenarios and plan associated commercial model implications
Advanced degree preferred
Demonstrated initiative, creativity, strategic capabilities, and strong analytical and leadership skills
Demonstrated effective decision-making
Ability to work on multiple tasks and prioritize effectively in order to successfully deliver activities against all revenue, cost, time and quality requirements.
Ability to bring strategy and analysis to a tactical, executable level; results-oriented
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Last Date to Apply for Job: October 21, 2021
Additional Location Information: East Coast Remote
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