New York City (Manhattan), New York
This position is a business partner to the Global Product Development (GPD) organization and specifically, the Pfizer Clinical Research Units (PCRU) and Clinical Operations lines for five Therapeutic Areas within the Clinical Development organization as well as some smaller GPD lines including Clinical Trial Diversity and GPD Executive. The candidate will partner to support the business, provide management reporting and financial operations support to ensure the business meets its financial targets and utilizes its resources in the most efficient manner possible. The Manager is responsible for managing a combined budget of ~$120-130M. In addition to business partnering, this role will work closely with Resource Management to understand the resourcing demand for respective organizations and financial implications of that demand.
The GPD and Clinical Development organization supports Pfizer’s very dynamic clinical development portfolio. This role will partner with Senior Leaders in the Clinical Development organization to ensure efficient and effective use of resources with a lightspeed mentality while maintaining operational targets. Candidates should also be able to interact with the client and challenge them to ensure all financial and operational targets are achieved and be able to thrive in a complex, global, matrixed environment and manage competing deadlines and priorities. This role may also participate on operational teams to provide financial guidance and ensure organizations are prepared to support new initiatives such as Partner of Choice.
As a strong business partner, this person will help the leaders and their leadership teams develop and achieve their business objectives and provide financial insights and advice in achieving these objectives. This support includes core financial processes, such as budgeting, forecasting, variance analysis and resource reallocation.
The candidate should have superior financial and analytical skills and a proven track record of professional, academic, and personal achievement. A demonstrated ability to work proactively, negotiate, influence, relate well to others, “think outside the box” and to make decisions with limited data will further enable the candidate to advise, support and problem solve with Senior Management.
Business analysis and business counseling
Develop a broad understanding of research and development financial and operational issues, to provide critical business analyses to senior management. Work closely with management to help strategically and operationally execute the growing business.
Prepare and submit the annual budget, including funding levels and the categorization and timing of spend. Role will work with Senior Management to identify reallocation and savings opportunities then coordinate budget needs with the global team.
Responsible for the ongoing analysis of spend in the line including the early identification of variances and changes in requirements.
Ensure compliance with financial accounting and control principles and policy compliance.
Propose and implement processes to simplify the work we do. Lead projects that cross sites and lines, coordinating the efforts of other analysts on your matrixed teams. Examples of this include identification of best business practices and reviewing processes to enhance standardization across the organization.
REQUIRED BASIC QUALIFICATIONS
NON-STANDARD WORK SCHEDULE, TRAVEL OR ENVIRONMENT REQUIREMENTS
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Last Date to Apply for Job: February 26,2022
Eligible for Employee Referral Bonus
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