Associate Director, Medical Affairs Business Intelligence

The Associate Director, Medical Affairs Business Intelligence (BI) and Analytics is a role within Global Medical Affairs Capabilities (GMAC) in Global Medical Affairs (GMA) that reports to the GMA Business Intelligence and Innovation Lead.   The Associate Director, GMA BI and Analytics is responsible for several core activities: Identifying key metrics that are relevant and actionable within Medical Affairs, conducting qualitative and quantitative analyses to assess ongoing business performance, developing efficient business intelligence collection and reporting tools, developing processes to execute on a defined metrics collection approach and continuously identifying opportunities for improved business intelligence collection, analysis and reporting. Qualifications Education Minimum Requirement:  Bachelor's degree RequiredExperience and Skills :  2 Years experience in a Medical Affairs capacity Demonstrated ability to perform analyses on key Medical organizational operational performance data to drive meaningful improvement to organizational performance  PreferredExperienceand Skills: Ability to influence without authority Curious and constantly challenging the status quo Outstanding presentation and facilitation skills Proficient in common data analytics tools (e.g., R programming, Tableau, QlikView Microsoft Excel), particularly data collection and visualization techniques  Excellent communication (written as well as oral) skills to communicate complex quantitative analysis in a clear, precise and actionable manner to a variety of audiences Able to work in a complex environment and have ability to effectively operate in a team-oriented global structure Proven ability for innovation and non-traditional thinking in alignment with departmental and corporate goals Strong business acumen to be able to judge whether ideas can really lead to compliant and value-adding customer solutions. Requisition ID: MED003985
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
Less than 5 years

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