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Manager - Nuclear Medicine Strategic Initiatives

Bracco Diagnostics Inc

5 days ago
5 days ago

Job purpose

The Manager, Strategic Initiatives will be responsible for working with the Associate Director Nuclear Medicine Brand Development and the Sr. Director Sales and Market Support to develop and implement the Nuclear Medicine key strategic initiatives designed to maintain effective sales processes and achieve the Company’s goals with respect to sales growth, customer retention, business unit growth and employee development.


EssentialActivities, Duties, Tasks and Responsibilities

Support development and expansion of the Bracco Mobile Isotopes model for CardioGen by
effectively communicating the clinical and financial value of Cardiogen and Cardiac PET MPI in the patient management algorithm.


Work with the NM Sales and Marketing teams to develop and deliver sales and educational materials and programs supporting Cardiac PET MPI for both internal and external customers to drive the adoption and expansion of the modality.


Provide customer support through customer visits, workshops and written communication
materials.


Develop and Manage Centers of Excellence programs to focus on best practices that effectively position Cardiogen and Cardiac PET MPI as a primary tool in the appropriate management of the CAD patient.

Work with the field sales and clinical applications teams to appropriately identify Centers of Excellence sites and appropriate attendees of the program.


Work in collaboration with Sr. Director of Sales and Market Support and the Legal team to develop and negotiate acceptable contract terms and conditions with customers and centers of excellence sites when and as appropriate


Work with the Associate Director Nuclear Medicine Brand Development and Sr. Director
Sales and Market Support to identify and develop strategic initiatives using economic modelling and clinical relevance to drive Nuclear Medicine business growth.


Monitor and report results of the strategic programs and services across our worldwide
customer base.


Develop and manage the Nuclear Medicine New Hire training and ongoing development
training for the Nuclear Medicine sales and clinical applications team.


Participate in Nuclear Medicine projects and initiatives where appropriate.

Coordinate communication between Nuclear Medicine field sales, Clinical Applications Specialists, Nuclear Medicine Marketing and BDI Corporate Account Executives (where applicable) for all strategic initiatives and support activities, including planning, contract implementation and expansion, and continued customer support programs.


Secondary Responsibilities:

Nuclear Medicine Field Sales and Marketing communication

POA presentations

Participation in various Nuclear Medicine Project Teams

Company sponsored meeting support / staffing

Participation in various Nuclear Medicine Project Teams


Professional Experience

Familiarity with regulatory agencies.

Must have the ability to work with diverse groups of people at all levels of the
organization, and the ability to manage multiple priorities effectively.

Excellent written and oral communications required.

Diplomatic interpersonal skills needed.

Experience working with physician leaders considered a plus.

Attention to detail and follow-through essential.

Excellent quantitative skills, moderate to advanced proficiency in Excel.



Education

Bachelor’s degree required, with 5-8 years of experience in multi- level selling
environment, diagnostic imaging preferred.



Professional knowledge (Core Competencies focused on technical skills) 

Business Planning (Strategy, Organization & Implementation)

Strategic Selling

Leadership & Judgment

Initiative & Attitude

Strong interpersonal skills and team-oriented skills

Strong analytical/problem solving skills

Moderate to advanced proficiency in Excel

Strong organizational and project management skills

Must have the ability to work with diverse groups of people at all levels of the organization,

Ability to manage multiple priorities effectively

Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written

Ability to develop and execute innovative strategies

Ability to work independently as a self-motivator, as well as in a matrix organization


 

Core Relationships

External Customers: (Nuclear Medicine and PET departments, Cardiologists, Radiologists,
Technical Support Staff, Hospital Administration, Purchasing, CEO/CFO’s, Cardiology Service Line Managers, Legal, Strategic partner employees etc.)

Industry Trade Organizations (ASNC, MITA, CORAR, SNMMI, MedAxiom, etc.)


Internal Customers: Nuclear Medicine Leadership Team

Nuclear Medicine Marketing and Field Sales and Clinical applications Teams

Legal

Sales Training

Other Internal Bracco Customers as required


 

Physical Demands:
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  

Travel: Domestic travel is required (up to 70%)

Must be licensed driver and able to drive company vehicle without restrictions


 

Work Environment:
The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Hospitals/Healthcare facilities

Insurance Providers

Government facilities

Travel (car, air travel, hotels)


 


Additional Information:

  • Travel Percentage: 70%
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Manager - Nuclear Medicine Strategic Initiatives

Bracco Diagnostics Inc

5 days ago
5 days ago

Job purpose

The Manager, Strategic Initiatives will be responsible for working with the Associate Director Nuclear Medicine Brand Development and the Sr. Director Sales and Market Support to develop and implement the Nuclear Medicine key strategic initiatives designed to maintain effective sales processes and achieve the Company’s goals with respect to sales growth, customer retention, business unit growth and employee development.


EssentialActivities, Duties, Tasks and Responsibilities

Support development and expansion of the Bracco Mobile Isotopes model for CardioGen by
effectively communicating the clinical and financial value of Cardiogen and Cardiac PET MPI in the patient management algorithm.


Work with the NM Sales and Marketing teams to develop and deliver sales and educational materials and programs supporting Cardiac PET MPI for both internal and external customers to drive the adoption and expansion of the modality.


Provide customer support through customer visits, workshops and written communication
materials.


Develop and Manage Centers of Excellence programs to focus on best practices that effectively position Cardiogen and Cardiac PET MPI as a primary tool in the appropriate management of the CAD patient.

Work with the field sales and clinical applications teams to appropriately identify Centers of Excellence sites and appropriate attendees of the program.


Work in collaboration with Sr. Director of Sales and Market Support and the Legal team to develop and negotiate acceptable contract terms and conditions with customers and centers of excellence sites when and as appropriate


Work with the Associate Director Nuclear Medicine Brand Development and Sr. Director
Sales and Market Support to identify and develop strategic initiatives using economic modelling and clinical relevance to drive Nuclear Medicine business growth.


Monitor and report results of the strategic programs and services across our worldwide
customer base.


Develop and manage the Nuclear Medicine New Hire training and ongoing development
training for the Nuclear Medicine sales and clinical applications team.


Participate in Nuclear Medicine projects and initiatives where appropriate.

Coordinate communication between Nuclear Medicine field sales, Clinical Applications Specialists, Nuclear Medicine Marketing and BDI Corporate Account Executives (where applicable) for all strategic initiatives and support activities, including planning, contract implementation and expansion, and continued customer support programs.


Secondary Responsibilities:

Nuclear Medicine Field Sales and Marketing communication

POA presentations

Participation in various Nuclear Medicine Project Teams

Company sponsored meeting support / staffing

Participation in various Nuclear Medicine Project Teams


Professional Experience

Familiarity with regulatory agencies.

Must have the ability to work with diverse groups of people at all levels of the
organization, and the ability to manage multiple priorities effectively.

Excellent written and oral communications required.

Diplomatic interpersonal skills needed.

Experience working with physician leaders considered a plus.

Attention to detail and follow-through essential.

Excellent quantitative skills, moderate to advanced proficiency in Excel.



Education

Bachelor’s degree required, with 5-8 years of experience in multi- level selling
environment, diagnostic imaging preferred.



Professional knowledge (Core Competencies focused on technical skills) 

Business Planning (Strategy, Organization & Implementation)

Strategic Selling

Leadership & Judgment

Initiative & Attitude

Strong interpersonal skills and team-oriented skills

Strong analytical/problem solving skills

Moderate to advanced proficiency in Excel

Strong organizational and project management skills

Must have the ability to work with diverse groups of people at all levels of the organization,

Ability to manage multiple priorities effectively

Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written

Ability to develop and execute innovative strategies

Ability to work independently as a self-motivator, as well as in a matrix organization


 

Core Relationships

External Customers: (Nuclear Medicine and PET departments, Cardiologists, Radiologists,
Technical Support Staff, Hospital Administration, Purchasing, CEO/CFO’s, Cardiology Service Line Managers, Legal, Strategic partner employees etc.)

Industry Trade Organizations (ASNC, MITA, CORAR, SNMMI, MedAxiom, etc.)


Internal Customers: Nuclear Medicine Leadership Team

Nuclear Medicine Marketing and Field Sales and Clinical applications Teams

Legal

Sales Training

Other Internal Bracco Customers as required


 

Physical Demands:
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  

Travel: Domestic travel is required (up to 70%)

Must be licensed driver and able to drive company vehicle without restrictions


 

Work Environment:
The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Hospitals/Healthcare facilities

Insurance Providers

Government facilities

Travel (car, air travel, hotels)


 


Additional Information:

  • Travel Percentage: 70%
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Client Relations Director, Coaching and Lateral Integration

Baker Botts L.L.P.

19 days ago
19 days ago

We are looking for an experienced, engaged business development professional who thrives in a team environment, has an established record of building trusted relationships and a deep appreciation for what clients care about and the sectors they occupy. As part of the firm’s Client Relations team, this position will play overall evolution and refinement of the firm’s business development training and lateral integration programs. In coordination with the firm’s strategic business development objectives and priorities, this position will work closely with Partners-in-Charge of Recruiting and Growth, Director of Recruiting, Director of Professional Development, Director of Diversity & Inclusion and the entire Client Relations team to build and execute the necessary curriculums. The primary focus of this role will be to drive revenue growth through working with individual lawyers to increase performance, retain and develop firm talent and coach Client Relations teammates on best practices in these areas. This is a firmwide, full-time, exempt position, which can reside in any of the firm’s domestic offices.

Primary Responsibilities

  • Contribute to firmwide business development coaching and training for partners and associates, in close collaboration with Professional Development
  • Develop and deliver customized programs and curriculum with a focus on top performing/highest potential partners, diverse partners (in close collaboration with Professional Development and Diversity & Inclusion), new and senior associates, new partners, and bottom 25% methodology to improve performance or transition
  • Participate as a presenter and contribute to firmwide training that has a Client Relations/BD component (at all levels)
  • Serve as a dedicated one-on-one coach to a selected number of partners
  • Train other professional staff to be great coaches (in Client Relations and in partner leadership)
  • Ensure all business development plans tie to Accelerate and to overall annual partner plans
  • Coach relationship partners, client teams and client team leads where appropriate
  • Assist with mock in-person pitch prep
  • In collaboration with CR professionals, contribute to the development and maintenance of a dynamic toolkit of leading firm practices, expertise, and added value options that relationship/lead lawyers can introduce to clients.
  • Communicate the programs internally, including expectations for support, coordination and collaboration
  • Liaise with any third-party service providers (e.g., any remaining external coaches, practice pipeline or other relevant tools/professional services)
  • Create and oversee process for Lateral Partner Integration which includes working closely with Department Chairs, Partners-in-Charge, Recruiting and Client Relations
  • Create and oversee Lateral Partner Integration plans that include bringing clients to the firm (Lateral Partner Questionnaire) and connecting laterals internally and externally to create new opportunities, including into key practice areas and client teams
  • Liaise with leaders and Integration Partners to perform to plan
  • Report to leadership on what is working and where course correction may be needed, in close collaboration with Recruiting and other key members of firm leadership
  • Other special projects, as needed, including special projects within Client Relations, specific departments or practice areas or in coordination with senior management. 

Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree required; advanced degree a plus.
  • Ten or more years of marketing and/or business development experience, preferably with another law firm or professional services firm.
  • Five years in a Coaching and Lateral Partner Integration role or a similar position.
  • Candidate must have a solid understanding of marketing and business development concepts and should be able to demonstrate results.
  • Candidate must have strong written/verbal communication skills.
  • Candidate must be financially literate and comfortable with data analysis and synthetization.
  • Candidate should possess a strong aptitude for technology and adaptability to new systems and platforms.
  • Candidate should have experience with legal processes/concepts and a knack for innovative and solution-oriented problem-solving.
  • Candidate should have strong skills in MS Office software, including PowerPoint, InterAction, Foundation or similar experience database platform, Sharepoint, web-based legal and business intelligence resources; experience with Elite, Redwood, Intapp and Aderant is a plus.
  • Candidate must be able to work well with lawyers, other professionals and staff within the firm; be comfortable interacting with firm leadership and key department personnel, and possess diplomacy, enthusiasm, perseverance and a sense of humor.
  • Candidate must be able to thrive in a fast-paced environment, and have strong skills in organizational ability, prioritization, and dealing with ambiguity.
  • Candidate must have flexibility to work additional hours as required.
  • Some travel is required.

Extent of Public Contact (Within and outside the Firm)
This position requires contact with individuals within the firm as follows:

  • a high degree of contact within the Client Relations department
  • a high degree of interaction with firm lawyers
  • a high degree of collaboration with Pricing, Knowledge Services and Financial Services
  • a high degree with Diversity & Inclusion, Recruiting, and Professional Development
  • a high degree with senior firm management

This position requires contact with individuals outside the firm as follows:

  • a moderate degree of contact with vendors/suppliers

Physical Demands

  • Must be able to work at a computer and telephone for extensive periods of time.
  • Must be able to routinely lift and carry files and other items up to 10 pounds; and
  • Must be able to function in a standard office environment, as well as remotely, when necessary.

Baker Botts L.L.P. is a Federal contractor and an Equal Opportunity Employer. Baker Botts is subject to Executive Order 11246 and is required to take affirmative action to employ and advance in employment qualified minorities, women, protected veterans, and individuals with disabilities. Baker Botts considers all qualified applicants for employment without regard to race, color, gender, sex, age, religion, creed, national origin, citizenship, marital status, sexual orientation, disability, medical condition, military and veteran status, gender identity or expression, genetic information or any other basis protected by federal, state or local law.
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Account Manager

E & E Co. Ltd.

29 days ago
29 days ago

Position Summary: E&E Co. is a dynamic and growing home furnishings company, seeking an Account Manager to join our increasingly vital Olliix division.

The Account Manager will be responsible for supporting the sales growth and service for In-House Olliix accounts. They will be responsible for servicing a specific territory of accounts assigned by the Division President.

E&E Co. offers competitive compensation, benefits and opportunities for growth within the e-Commerce & Textiles industries. If you are excited to take on new projects and passionate about a unique sales position, apply today!
Work Location: Remote/GA/FREMONT, CA

Essential Responsibilities

· Work directly with Sales Management to obtain newly registered Olliix accounts

· Set up initial contact with the new accounts to develop business relationship

· Create client history log for all forms of communications with accounts

· Work with management team to analyze and prioritize key growth accounts

· Plan and execute travel for meetings with key accounts within territory

· Attend key markets for account base: Atlanta, Las Vegas & High Point

· Provide assistance to all accounts including: samples, swatches, catalogs and sales materials

· Act as the key contact for setting up the account servicing protocol

· Establish regular flow of information on new products to the accounts

· Provide assistance to Sales Director for Key National Accounts

· Assist in Olliix Account registration and conversion projects

· Work with Showroom Coordinator for market preparation

Job Experience/Requirements

· Minimum Associates Degree

· 1-3 years’ experience in sales; home furnishings, retail, textile, or e-Commerce preferred

· Proficient in Microsoft Excel and Office suite

· Ability to prioritize and organize individual tasks and work flow in a fast paced environment

· Excellent written/verbal skills

· Strong analytical skills

· Self-starter with superior follow up skills

· Ability to multi-task

· Experience and knowledge with e-Commerce processes is a tremendous benefit

Travel

Travel will be required up to 10% of time for this role.

Job Type: Full-time

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Freelance Art Director

Clark Davis Associates

11 days ago
11 days ago

Freelance Art Director (MD)

(remote) Northern, NJ
Must have digital healthcare or pharma experience.

 

The Art Director will manage the project based art responsibilities of your assigned brands.

 

ADDITIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES:

Work closely with art team to create unique and well-designed pieces that stay true to the brand DNA, personality and strategy. Build a thorough understanding of your assigned brand(s), including branding guidelines and legal, medical and regulatory guidelines. Understand agency process and ask direct and relevant questions pertaining to timing, content, or creative direction. Develop art projects from start to completion while adhering to timelines and budgeted hours and keeping supervisor aware. Contribute useful suggestions and content during brainstorming sessions. Offer suggestions and options in team meetings. Take feedback and help find creative solutions to art and design challenges. Learn how to apply innovative solutions to adhere to timelines. Begin to learn about campaign development and execution. Actively participate in team status meetings. Complete timesheets accurately and a timely fashion.

 

REQUIREMENTS:

Completed Bachelors Degree in Advertising, Art, Graphic Design or a related field. At least three years of art direction experience within a fast-paced agency in preparation to take on a higher level of brand responsibility. A compelling portfolio included with your application (can be website, file sharing link or PDF attachment). Understand simple and complex art production projects. Ability to manage projects with little supervision. Ability to express yourself clearly, directly and professionally through written and verbal communication.  Excellent attention to detail. A confident nature, not afraid to suggest new ideas. Motivated to seek/gain additional creative opportunities and/or work on new business pitches. Proactive about finding inspiration and researching new creative ideas for keeping things fresh.

 

Please contact Marc Devito at

mdevito@clarkdavis.com

 

CLICK HERE to view all open SALES & MARKETING Opportunities

 

CLARK DAVIS ASSOCIATES, 20 Waterview Blvd, Parsippany, NJ, 07054; Phone (973) 257-8825; For a list of over 200 job opportunities, visit our website at https://clarkdavis.com

 

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Field Service Supervisor

The Colonial Group

4 days ago
4 days ago

Position will supervise a local team of Field Service Technicians (FSTs) defined within a regional area, serving as a liaison between FSTs and Regional Service Director and leading by example through reinforcing policies, procedures and company code of conduct. Incumbent will be responsible for being aware of all technical activities and issues within his/her defined region; and understanding and addressing specific customer requirements. Incumbent will be an active participant in the management of ongoing issues and serve as the second stage of a technical escalation process. Position will also serve as a working FST for complex issues or as capacity constraints demand.

  • Provide specific application, product, technical knowledge, and training to FSTs through regular travel in the field. Set expectations for FSTs and provide feedback.
  • Train FSTs and customers on proper safety and operational aspects of equipment to supplement classroom training
  • Raise awareness of any OSHA and safety issues in the field and drive and participate in remedial action, risk assessment and root/cause analysis until rectified
  • Identify FST training needs to improve skill sets to improve performance levels in line with goals & objectives
  • Identify new skills required within the local team to align with current business development
  • Identify soft skill/behavior deficiencies of FSTs and be part of the process to improve
  • Assist in conducting performance reviews consistent with company policy including working with the Regional Service Director to set aggressive and achievable goals & objectives
  • Assist in approving timesheets, expense reports and time off requests according to company policies, procedures and guidelines
  • Work closely with the Regional Service Director and Regional Scheduler on a daily basis to ensure region is meeting assigned objectives. Assist in maintaining optimum utilization for FSTs to meet regional revenue target.
  • Provide Regional Scheduler with estimates of service time required to perform work to use for creation of formal customer service estimates
  • Communicate complex issues to internal and external customers. Anticipate potential concerns or objections and shape communication messages to address them.
  • Travel to customer sites with little notice to ensure high profile immediate needs are met
  • Create detailed reports that identify issues encountered in the field with a defined course of action for resolution and communicate this information to the appropriate cross-functional team(s), including the Regional Service Director
  • Responsible for ensuring all quality issues are defined and resolved as quickly as possible
  • Assist Regional Service Director with customer billing disputes and late payment issue.
  • Actively promote additional revenue opportunities to customers such as audits, PMAs, spare parts, gaskets and seal bar repairs
  • Remain current on technical knowledge and hands-on application as well as trends affecting the industry and related technology
  • Actively participate in additional projects and meetings as required by the Regional Service Director. Manage changing priorities and diverse range of assignments.

Experience

  •  Associate's Degree or equivalent technical school diploma in electrical or mechanical engineering or similar discipline and 4 years of experience directly servicing packaging equipment; or 6 years of industry related experience, including Food, Pharmaceutical, Medical, Packaging Machinery. OR 8 years of related technical maintenance in Capital Equipment or equivalent combination of education and experience.
  • Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals. Ability to write routine reports and correspondence. Ability to speak effectively before groups of customers or associates of organization.
  • Individual should be proficient in Microsoft Office, particularly Word and Excel, as well as having working knowledge of database applications, ERP systems, and contact management systems.
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Sr. HRIS Analyst - 18540

Impact Business Group Inc

9 days ago
$85k - $90k Per Year
9 days ago
$85k - $90k Per Year

Job Description

Our client distributes grocery products to independent and chain retailers in 50 states and our own corporate-owned retail stores throughout the Midwest, in addition to fresh food processing and distribution. Through our MDV military division, we are a leading distributor of grocery products to U.S. military commissaries.

 Our client is seeking a Sr. HRIS Analyst

 Role will be a subject matter expert for HR systems and tools. Responsible to lead and/or participate in the implementation, support, and maintenance of the Human Resources information systems. Ensure data integrity and effective HR system utilization, and focus on data analysis, system administration, process improvement and data insights to meet the company’s organizational and operational business needs.

 Serve as a technical lead and point-of-contact and provide project management regarding system upgrades, patches, testing and other projects as assigned. Collaborate with the HRIS manager and Director on strategic planning for HR systems.  *Workday experience is a must.

  • Maintain HRIS system (Workday) tables and data integrity within the system(s) through query review and data analysis; follow up to ensure timely research and resolution of any data updates necessary or to address issues that may arise, and drive for process automation when practical.
    Resource for lesser experienced team members; providing informal guidance to solve the most complex, non-routine problems.
  • Develop and maintain queries and reports (standard, scheduled and/or ad hoc) to support business processes and to provide cross-functional departments with necessary HR data (i.e., associate reports, turnover reports, etc.) on a timely basis; work with functional end-users to define and specify requirements accordingly.
  • Provide both functional and technical support for HR systems and related processes and act as the technical point of contact to identify, troubleshoot and resolve HRIS system and reporting issues, research processing issues, unexpected data results, process flow issues, etc. Consult with cross-functional departments (i.e., HR, Payroll, IT, etc.) to recommend solutions or alternate methods to meet business requirements.
  • Document system design and processes for the training, reference, and education of associates on processes and system functionality.
  • Support legal compliance reporting and requirements; develop and maintain reporting and compliance capabilities for EEO, AAP and OFCCP reporting requirements.
    Escalate process change requests, system enhancements or any other major resource requests to department management and IT for approval/prioritization.
  • Recommend process/customer service improvements and innovative solutions while ensuring that processes and procedures adhere to defined audit and internal controls.
  • Maintain current knowledge of industry trends and best Human Resources/HRIS practices, applications, and tools; make recommendations to improve current programs and processes. Maintain awareness of HRIS trends in product and service development, delivery and support, and application of key technologies, and examine trends in information systems training, materials, and techniques. Participate in user group meetings/conferences.

Job Requirements

  • Bachelor's Degree (Required) Business Administration, Human Resources, Information Systems, or related area. An equivalent combination of education and/or experience will be considered.
  • SHRM HR Certification (Preferred)
  • Seven years progressive Human Resources Information Systems experience to include query development, data analysis, testing and/or implementation of systems or applications. 
  • Workday experience a must.
  • Experience with HCM and Recruitment a big plus
  • Experience in the design, development and use of relational databases and reporting tools. Strong understanding of database design, structure, functions, and processes.
  • Ability to apply HR functional knowledge to the HRIS environment to improve business processes and procedures. Strong written and verbal communication skills; ability to communicate with individuals at all levels of the organization.
  • Strong analytical, problem-solving and project management skills.
  • Ability to effectively organize, structure, prepare and/or present data.  Must have strong attention to detail and accuracy and strong organizational, prioritization and multi-tasking skills.
  • Ability to maintain a high level of confidentiality. Advanced computer skills, including MS Office Suite and Human Resources Information Systems.
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Associate Director, Medical Affairs-Genetic Diseases (Remote)

Illumina

Remote, Southern
30+ days ago
Remote, Southern
30+ days ago

Position Summary:

Illumina, Inc. is seeking an exceptional physician scientist in Clinical Genetics and Genomics with a strong background in clinical patient management, real-world and clinical research experience in the America's region.  This role will primarily focus on supporting Illumina’s objectives on integrating the adoption of sequencing technologies and greater comprehensive molecular insight into clinical practice guidelines, precision medicine treatment pathways, and patient care management in genetic and rare diseases. This role will work across Illumina AMR functions to support alignment with corporate goals and objectives, including cross-functional collaborations with Product Development, Marketing, Commercial, Market Access, and Government Affairs.

Responsibilities:

  • Support Illumina America’s corporate goals and objectives across Clinical Genetics and Genomics initiatives

  • Lead the development of Medical Affairs strategy and plan of action to support the use of whole genome sequencing in Genetic Disease Segment, including rare and undiagnosed conditions and other common chronic conditions

  • Scientific engagement with external stakeholders’ including physician thought leaders, lab and pharma partnerships, professional society engagements on collaborative research, education, and cultivate long term strategic partnerships

  • In collaboration with Medical Genomics Research, Scientific Affairs, Marker Access, Market Development and other cross-functional teams, lead the development of evidence generation strategy to help generate sound clinical and scientific evidence, to help accelerate clinical adoption and influence guideline development

  • Participate in local, regional, and international meetings, congress, and symposia, contributing to supporting Illumina’s objectives.

  • Drive medical education, and publication efforts to support successful launch and commercialization efforts of Genetic Disease testing related products

  • Collaborate cross-functionally to support the corporate initiative in clinical applications of NGS technology in Genetic Disease testing for rare and undiagnosed conditions

  • Contribute medical expertise for product development and regulatory submissions

  • Maintain an in-depth understanding of relevant medical strategy and clinical, patient/caregiver, payer and healthcare/market landscape

  • Follow and support high standards of compliance, ethics and safety; putting patients at the center of all actions

Listed responsibilities are an essential, but not an exhaustive list, of the usual duties associated with the position. Changes to individual responsibilities may occur due to business needs.

  Requirements: 

  • PhD or MD with 8 years’ experience with a minimum of 5 years of relevant experience in clinical and collaborative research in Genomics, especially in areas of rare undiagnosed diseases. Additional experience in field of neurogenetics, pharmacogenetics, and polygenic risk score is preferred.

  • Relevant industry experience is preferred.

  • Demonstrated track record of effectively collaborating with cross-functional teams and functions 

  • Ability to travel at least 30%

  • Excellent English (written, oral) mandatory; fluency in multiple languages preferred

  • Excellent oral and presentation communication skills

  • Ability to flex and thrive in an ambiguous environment undergoing transformational change

  • This position may be located anywhere in the US

At Illumina, we strive to foster a diverse and inclusive workplace by cultivating an environment in which everyone contributes to our mission. Built on a strong foundation, Illumina has always been rooted in openness, collaboration, and seeking alternative views and perspectives to propel innovation in genomics. We are proud to confirm a zero-net gap in pay, regardless of gender, ethnicity, or race. We also have several Employee Resource Groups (ERG) that deliver career development experiences, increase cultural awareness, and demonstrate our collective commitment to diversity and inclusion in the communities we live and work. We are proud to be an equal opportunity employer committed to providing employment opportunity regardless of sex, race, creed, color, gender, religion, marital status, domestic partner status, age, national origin or ancestry, physical or mental disability, medical condition, sexual orientation, pregnancy, military or veteran status, citizenship status, and genetic information. If you require accommodation to complete the application or interview process, please contact accommodations@illumina.com. To learn more, visit: https://www.dol.gov/ofccp/regs/compliance/posters/pdf/eeopost.pdf

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Sr. HRIS Analyst - 18540

Impact Business Group Inc

9 days ago
$85k - $90k Per Year
9 days ago
$85k - $90k Per Year

Job Description

Our client distributes grocery products to independent and chain retailers in 50 states and our own corporate-owned retail stores throughout the Midwest, in addition to fresh food processing and distribution. Through our MDV military division, we are a leading distributor of grocery products to U.S. military commissaries.

 Our client is seeking a Sr. HRIS Analyst

 Role will be a subject matter expert for HR systems and tools. Responsible to lead and/or participate in the implementation, support, and maintenance of the Human Resources information systems. Ensure data integrity and effective HR system utilization, and focus on data analysis, system administration, process improvement and data insights to meet the company’s organizational and operational business needs.

 Serve as a technical lead and point-of-contact and provide project management regarding system upgrades, patches, testing and other projects as assigned. Collaborate with the HRIS manager and Director on strategic planning for HR systems.  *Workday experience is a must.

  • Maintain HRIS system (Workday) tables and data integrity within the system(s) through query review and data analysis; follow up to ensure timely research and resolution of any data updates necessary or to address issues that may arise, and drive for process automation when practical.
    Resource for lesser experienced team members; providing informal guidance to solve the most complex, non-routine problems.
  • Develop and maintain queries and reports (standard, scheduled and/or ad hoc) to support business processes and to provide cross-functional departments with necessary HR data (i.e., associate reports, turnover reports, etc.) on a timely basis; work with functional end-users to define and specify requirements accordingly.
  • Provide both functional and technical support for HR systems and related processes and act as the technical point of contact to identify, troubleshoot and resolve HRIS system and reporting issues, research processing issues, unexpected data results, process flow issues, etc. Consult with cross-functional departments (i.e., HR, Payroll, IT, etc.) to recommend solutions or alternate methods to meet business requirements.
  • Document system design and processes for the training, reference, and education of associates on processes and system functionality.
  • Support legal compliance reporting and requirements; develop and maintain reporting and compliance capabilities for EEO, AAP and OFCCP reporting requirements.
    Escalate process change requests, system enhancements or any other major resource requests to department management and IT for approval/prioritization.
  • Recommend process/customer service improvements and innovative solutions while ensuring that processes and procedures adhere to defined audit and internal controls.
  • Maintain current knowledge of industry trends and best Human Resources/HRIS practices, applications, and tools; make recommendations to improve current programs and processes. Maintain awareness of HRIS trends in product and service development, delivery and support, and application of key technologies, and examine trends in information systems training, materials, and techniques. Participate in user group meetings/conferences.

Job Requirements

  • Bachelor's Degree (Required) Business Administration, Human Resources, Information Systems, or related area. An equivalent combination of education and/or experience will be considered.
  • SHRM HR Certification (Preferred)
  • Seven years progressive Human Resources Information Systems experience to include query development, data analysis, testing and/or implementation of systems or applications. 
  • Workday experience a must.
  • Experience with HCM and Recruitment a big plus
  • Experience in the design, development and use of relational databases and reporting tools. Strong understanding of database design, structure, functions, and processes.
  • Ability to apply HR functional knowledge to the HRIS environment to improve business processes and procedures. Strong written and verbal communication skills; ability to communicate with individuals at all levels of the organization.
  • Strong analytical, problem-solving and project management skills.
  • Ability to effectively organize, structure, prepare and/or present data.  Must have strong attention to detail and accuracy and strong organizational, prioritization and multi-tasking skills.
  • Ability to maintain a high level of confidentiality. Advanced computer skills, including MS Office Suite and Human Resources Information Systems.
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Utilization Review Supervisor

Gaudenzia Inc.

Chesapeake, MD
30+ days ago
Chesapeake, MD
30+ days ago

The Utilization Review Supervisor is responsible for the overall referrals, admissions, coordination, and maintenance of the utilization review functions for their assigned programs. 

 

This position requires considerable contact and collaboration with internal program directors, intake staff, psychiatric staff, and the agency’s marketing department. It is essential this individual be able to maintain professional relationships with various public and private managed care organizations and referral sources within the program’s geographic area.

 

Duties may include, but are not limited to, establishing utilization targets, goals, and objectives for the program/region; preparing reports; reviewing and compiling utilization review logs, billing reports, enrollment documents, concurrent reviews, and other similar documents.

 

Work is performed with considerable independence in accordance with established regulations, policies and procedures.

 

This individual reports to the Regional Finance Manager, Division Director or Deputy Regional Director.


  1. Meet with prospective clients to complete initial or concurrent reviews.
  2. Ensure that Utilization Review staff have accurately completed initial or concurrent reviews.
  3. Ensure that all initial and concurrent reviews are completed timely.
  4. Determine appropriate placement using ASAM assessment criteria and ensure all consents and releases are signed by new admissions.
  5. Complete admissions paperwork and send the admissions packet to the assigned program on the day of admission when needed.
  6. Supervise Utilization Review staff in the region with daily duties and operations including scheduling and time off requests.
  7. Provide training and supervision to all new Utilization Review staff in the region.
  8. Conduct prospective client interviews/evaluations in a competent manner and determine appropriate treatment placement.
  9. Provide assistance referrals to clients that cannot be admitted due to inappropriate medical and/or psychiatric conditions.
  10. Review assessments on possible referrals and consult with medical/psychiatric department and supervisor regarding stability and appropriateness
  11. Complete Optum authorizations and concurrent reviews for all regional programs as appropriate.
  12. Assist the Admissions Department when needed with scheduling of all pre-approved clients in the region.
  13. Work closely with the Regional Finance Manager to ensure all authorizations and concurrent reviews are submitted timely.
  14. Establish and maintain effective correspondence with all referral and funding sources.
  15. Attend Optum meetings as scheduled.
  16. Other duties as described or as assigned by the Regional Finance Manager, Division Director or Deputy Regional Director.

Education/Training: Must hold a degree from an accredited college or university.  CSC-AD or other licensure desired.

 

Experience:

•Associate’s Degree with at least 4 years of experience

•Bachelor’s Degree with at least 3 years of experience

•Master’s Degree with at least 2 years of experience

Job Type

full-time

Posted

5 days ago

Description

Job purpose

The Manager, Strategic Initiatives will be responsible for working with the Associate Director Nuclear Medicine Brand Development and the Sr. Director Sales and Market Support to develop and implement the Nuclear Medicine key strategic initiatives designed to maintain effective sales processes and achieve the Company’s goals with respect to sales growth, customer retention, business unit growth and employee development.


EssentialActivities, Duties, Tasks and Responsibilities

Support development and expansion of the Bracco Mobile Isotopes model for CardioGen by
effectively communicating the clinical and financial value of Cardiogen and Cardiac PET MPI in the patient management algorithm.


Work with the NM Sales and Marketing teams to develop and deliver sales and educational materials and programs supporting Cardiac PET MPI for both internal and external customers to drive the adoption and expansion of the modality.


Provide customer support through customer visits, workshops and written communication
materials.


Develop and Manage Centers of Excellence programs to focus on best practices that effectively position Cardiogen and Cardiac PET MPI as a primary tool in the appropriate management of the CAD patient.

Work with the field sales and clinical applications teams to appropriately identify Centers of Excellence sites and appropriate attendees of the program.


Work in collaboration with Sr. Director of Sales and Market Support and the Legal team to develop and negotiate acceptable contract terms and conditions with customers and centers of excellence sites when and as appropriate


Work with the Associate Director Nuclear Medicine Brand Development and Sr. Director
Sales and Market Support to identify and develop strategic initiatives using economic modelling and clinical relevance to drive Nuclear Medicine business growth.


Monitor and report results of the strategic programs and services across our worldwide
customer base.


Develop and manage the Nuclear Medicine New Hire training and ongoing development
training for the Nuclear Medicine sales and clinical applications team.


Participate in Nuclear Medicine projects and initiatives where appropriate.

Coordinate communication between Nuclear Medicine field sales, Clinical Applications Specialists, Nuclear Medicine Marketing and BDI Corporate Account Executives (where applicable) for all strategic initiatives and support activities, including planning, contract implementation and expansion, and continued customer support programs.


Secondary Responsibilities:

Nuclear Medicine Field Sales and Marketing communication

POA presentations

Participation in various Nuclear Medicine Project Teams

Company sponsored meeting support / staffing

Participation in various Nuclear Medicine Project Teams


Professional Experience

Familiarity with regulatory agencies.

Must have the ability to work with diverse groups of people at all levels of the
organization, and the ability to manage multiple priorities effectively.

Excellent written and oral communications required.

Diplomatic interpersonal skills needed.

Experience working with physician leaders considered a plus.

Attention to detail and follow-through essential.

Excellent quantitative skills, moderate to advanced proficiency in Excel.


 

Education

Bachelor’s degree required, with 5-8 years of experience in multi- level selling
environment, diagnostic imaging preferred. 


 

Professional knowledge (Core Competencies focused on technical skills) 

Business Planning (Strategy, Organization & Implementation)

Strategic Selling

Leadership & Judgment

Initiative & Attitude

Strong interpersonal skills and team-oriented skills

Strong analytical/problem solving skills

Moderate to advanced proficiency in Excel

Strong organizational and project management skills

Must have the ability to work with diverse groups of people at all levels of the organization,

Ability to manage multiple priorities effectively

Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written

Ability to develop and execute innovative strategies

Ability to work independently as a self-motivator, as well as in a matrix organization


 

Core Relationships

External Customers: (Nuclear Medicine and PET departments, Cardiologists, Radiologists,
Technical Support Staff, Hospital Administration, Purchasing, CEO/CFO’s, Cardiology Service Line Managers, Legal, Strategic partner employees etc.)

Industry Trade Organizations (ASNC, MITA, CORAR, SNMMI, MedAxiom, etc.)


Internal Customers: Nuclear Medicine Leadership Team

Nuclear Medicine Marketing and Field Sales and Clinical applications Teams

Legal

Sales Training

Other Internal Bracco Customers as required


 

Physical Demands:
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  

Travel: Domestic travel is required (up to 70%)

Must be licensed driver and able to drive company vehicle without restrictions


 

Work Environment:
The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Hospitals/Healthcare facilities

Insurance Providers

Government facilities

Travel (car, air travel, hotels)


 


Additional Information:

  • Travel Percentage: 70%

About the Company

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Bracco Diagnostics Inc

Bracco has always been focused on the development of its personnel and has devoted maximum attention to it. Its people constitute its greatest assets and a key success factor: Bracco's people, through their capabilities and commitment, their passion for excellence and desire to innovate, have allowed Bracco to grow around the world. These are people who build their future day by day and all together contribute greatly to Bracco's future. Bracco is proud to maintain the utmost attention to the professional development of its people. Its employees are pivotal to the success and future of the company. Bracco's people, through their capabilities and commitment, their passion for excellence, and desire for innovation, enable Bracco to grow around the world. Our specialized R&D and technological innovation teams target the development of high-quality processes and products that are safe, effective, and in tune with the needs of patients and physicians.

Company Size

1,500 to 1,999 employees

Founded

1927