Manage all payroll operations related to employee compensation and benefits. This includes processing of U.S. payroll for exempt and non-exempt workers, researching discrepancies and identifying and resolving payroll-related issues.
Build strategic relationships with a network of GSK global stakeholders, to understand business requirements, identify opportunities to create value and to position Procurement's value proposition. Align sourcing strategies accordingly.
Project Communication: The CMO Project Manager acts as the single point of contact (SPOC) across all stakeholders (internal and external) related to the project and is required to develop an appropriate communication plan.
Actively contributes to development of training materials for therapeutic area scientists and provides mentoring and/or training on clinical documentation and submission planning to individuals or teams.
candidate will have the opportunity to work on both small molecules and biologics in the oncology therapeutic area although there may be opportunities in the future to contribute to programs in other therapy areas.
Contribute to the technical strategy and delivery for global clinical project levels. Includes working with representatives from multiple project teams, including clinical data standards, statistics and programming, and laboratory staff.
Ensures proper medical governance globally with regards to Medical Information and Promotional Practices. Contributes to medical governance aspects on human subject research and PV with other critical stakeholders.
Manage the needs of medicine programmes at different stages of development through to post-launch and life cycle management, showing an ability to handle competing priorities, address issues of multiple complexity and deliver to challenging timelines.