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Thermo Fisher Scientific Senior Product Manager, Public Health in Seattle, Washington

When you're part of the team at Thermo Fisher Scientific, you'll do important work, like helping customers in finding cures for cancer, protecting the environment or making sure our food is safe. Your work will have real-world impact, and you'll be supported in achieving your career goals.

How will you make an impact?

The Senior Product Manager will orchestrate and lead a collaborative planning process to define and execute the IVD assay strategy to support the Genetic Science Division Clinical Vertical's commercial business goals.

This role will have responsibility for managing an IVDR instrument launch providing marketing input, identifying key portfolio/feature gaps, and prioritizing feature requirements in support of clinical molecular testing

As a key core team member of the core team, this role will interact with other departments including R&D, Manufacturing, Software, Global and Regional Marketing, Customer Support and Finance to ensure that products successfully enter into the market

What will you do?

  • Work closely with sub-teams to launch complex IVD products and programs which include systems, assays, instruments, and software

  • Partner with the R&D and product management peers to successfully define and execute new product and sustaining product plans

  • Drive new product introduction to completion by leading teams through the validation and regulatory submission phases of product development

  • Leverage technical expertise in MDx and regulatory strategy insights, bring new technologies and product concepts through uncharted regulatory paths

  • Launch instruments and assays to comply with the European Union In Vitro Diagnostic Regulation (IVDR), evolving into an expert who can efficiently usher new pipeline products through the design and development process

  • Define the IVD assay strategy for the Clinical Vertical's product portfolio and how it addresses ex-US markets

  • This person will work with the team to develop and execute program plans within cost and schedule constraints

  • Assigned projects may involve both internal development, partnerships with external collaborators or 3rd parties, and interaction with various regulatory bodies

  • Partner with Product Marketing and Business Development to incorporate regional considerations in portfolio decisions and go to market priorities

  • Ensure successful implementation of our go to market plans to accomplish customer adoption, use goals and financial objectives

  • Own the customer-driven process to define user workflow in different use settings

  • Drive successful relationships with key customers to ensure we understand emerging trends and successful adoption of new products

  • Provide technical marketing support to sales/support teams, training and tool development

  • Collect VOC from customers and internal stakeholders for customer requirements to the R&D team

  • Collaborate with the R&D development team to generate product requirements

  • Create test plans and protocols, and coordinate the creation of legal agreements

  • Proactively ensure that all members of the commercial team are engaged, incentivized and trained on the go to market IVD assays launch in conjunction with new platform launch

  • Participate in key industry forums, conferences & trade shows and customer visits to advocate for the clinical vertical's strategy and portfolio

Travel

Domestic and international travel X% of the time

How will you get here?

  • Bachelor's degree or equivalent in Molecular Biology, Biochemistry or related fields, with strong preference for an advanced degree (MS or PhD), MBA strongly preferred

  • 8+ years of industry experience with a phased gate product development methodology for life sciences.

  • Extensive experience developing and validating assays in LDT- and IVD-regulated environments, including successful interactions with the notified bodies in EMEA and/or FDA.

  • Hands-on, practical knowledge of requirements of working under design control required

  • Experience in Life Sciences, Genomics, or Pharmaceutical industries. Experience with molecular and/or DNA array technology is highly desirable.

Knowledge, Skills, Abilities

  • Must have IVD product development experience in submitting and obtaining CE-IVD, and/or FDA 510k clearance

  • Strong working knowledge of IVD, design control, relevant regulations and be able to communicate with all levels in the organization

  • Work independently, in a collaborative environment, and be able to handle multiple projects in parallel

  • Previous experience in a product management role. Must have developed portfolio plans and led teams to execute the successful launch and ramp to volume of multiple products

  • Demonstrated ability to understand, synthesize and prioritize customer needs to inform and develop a competitive IVD assay strategy

  • Must have demonstrated track record of successfully building and leading teams.

  • Must have strong analytical skills and ability to tie detailed analysis to larger strategy

  • Must be willing to work in a fast paced, 'matrixed' environment, managing multiple products that serve the needs of varying (and even overlapping) markets

  • Must be able to communicate requirements and negotiate priorities with both R&D and Software teams

  • Must possess exceptional communication skills (verbal, written, presentation) including the demonstrated ability to influence senior management about key decisions associated with portfolio, product and pricing decisions

*EVCOM2020 *GTSDouble

Thermo Fisher Scientific is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, creed, religion, color, national or ethnic origin, citizenship, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, genetic information, veteran status, age or disability status.

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