Johnson & Johnson Careers

Senior PE Manager

Shanghai, China
Medical Affairs


Job Description

Requisition ID: 1905743023W

- Develop or contribute to Professional Education strategy and plan;
- Sharing the insight from view of medical perspective to Core Value team, BU in BP planning, key projects’ design;
- Making alignment of professional education strategy, plans and activities within organizations (including Medical Affairs and Business Unit);
- Work with other Medical Functions to develop high-quality education contents for education events;
- Work together with internal stakeholders to drive the implementation of the Medical Education events;
- Responsible for budget tracking and management to the relevant Medical Education events. Monitor timeline and manage project to conclusion and implementation;
- Ensure all programs are in compliance with regulatory, HCC, legal guidelines, and company policies;
- Analyse and report the achievement of measurement milestones relating to Medical Education programs (key performance indicators);
- Provide support and coaching to reports for their development;
- Build the XJP/TA reputation through high-qualified Professional Education programs;
- Establish and manage an external network of agencies, associations, investigators, KOLs and physicians in order to further develop and implement the Medical Education strategy within the therapy area(s);
- Provide support to EMT/MSL team in their interactions with the external scientific community, resolving issues as required;
- Continuously update the knowledge of disease management, products updates, latest developments of industry and best practices of relevant therapy areas and products;
- Set clear performance objectives, provide feedback and coaching and hold team members accountable for key activities and deliverables;
- Act as a role model with respect to adherence to, and tracking compliance with, relevant Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs), and ensure similar adherence among team members;
- Perform annual performance reviews to help support the creation of a diverse, high performing Professional Education team;
- Allocate time appropriately to conduct responsibilities and tasks such as status reports, expense reports, etc;
- Complete appraisal and provide appropriate developmental feedback for staff personnel;
- Respond in a timely manner to internal and external customer requests;
- Manage time and activities of self and staff to correspond with the annual planning calendar;
- Communicate routinely and effectively to ensure effective integration of business plan;
- Effectively evaluate materials and programs from appropriate vendors and in-house departments.


Qualifications
- Proven skills at developing and managing varied relationships within and outside the company;
- High customer and external industry insight ;
- Experienced in development of educational programmes;
- Skilled at understanding scientific data and translating it into effective education and communications materials;
- Strong and demonstrable presentation, communication and influencing skills that can impact at all levels;
- Organisational skills, project management, time-management skills;
- Strong leadership, guide and reward high performance teams;
- Adherence to Johnson & Johnson Credo and have the right compliance mindset;
- Bachelor and above degree. Academic background with a scientific/medical or marketing degree is preferred;
- 6-year or above working experience and 5-year or above Pharm industry/business experience;
- More than 3-5 years or above of Marketing and/or Medical experience in the relevant therapeutic area;
- 2-3 years above people management or functional line management experience;
- A good understanding of the varying medical and marketing practices and perspectives across China, regional and overseas experience is a plus;
- Good planning and tracking skills;
- Strong oral and written communication skills.


Primary Location
China-Shanghai-Shanghai-
Organization
Xian-Janssen Pharmaceutical Ltd. (7043)
Job Function
Medical Affairs
Requisition ID
1905743023W