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Saturday, April 21, 2012

F/T - Assoc Dir/Director Competitive Intelligence - Pfizer (NYC)

Associate Director/Director, Competitive Intelligence 
Pfizer Inc: Working together for a healthier world
Location New York, New York

Role Description
•Serve as USRP-GRI point of contact for competitive regulatory intelligence reports. Also, support for WRS colleagues working with BUs for addressing ad hoc competitive intelligence queries.
•Serve as point of contact within USRP-GMI for Pfizer portfolio updates and for portfolio related queries.
•Follow FDA Advisory Committee activities and responsibility for Freedom of Information (FOI) requests in support of WRS.

•Provide competitive industry benchmark intelligence (products, TA trends, indications, label comparisons, etc.) to support WRS and BU activities; prepare periodic (e.g. quarterly) summary overviews of competitive intelligence for each of the BUs.
•Follow the Pfizer portfolio and provide USRP-GRI colleagues with a quarterly update on portfolio developments and milestones. Updates will be used to support policy focus and development.
•Follow FDA Advisory Committee activities. Provide GRI-Intelligence Management colleague with AC background information and meeting timing for inclusion in the Regulatory Daily News; assist with proper archiving of AC meeting materials
•Provide targeted AC information (e.g. AC member backgrounders) to project teams as required. Support Pfizer AC preparation activities as necessary.
•Support ad hoc query requests as required.
•Process US Freedom of Information (FOI) intelligence requests on regulatory issues to support Pfizer Medical.
•Working with WSRO, participate in the preparation of PDUFA metrics reports.
•Use working relationships built with the BUs to help the GRI-Health Authority Document Review colleague assemble and maintain SME lists used in the HA document review process.
•Perform special assignments to assess competitive trends, and contribute to other special projects consistent with the needs and priorities of USRP-GRI.
•Contribute to the development of USRP presentations as required.

Technical Skill Requirements
•Proven information search and knowledge management skills. Ability to effectively use intelligence databases such as BioMedTracker, PharmaProjects and IDRAC.
•A comprehensive understanding of the Pfizer portfolio.
•Sound knowledge of the Pfizer product lifecycle approach, its key milestones and decision points.
•Strong writing, report preparation, and presentation development skills.

Qualifications (i.e., preferred education, experience, attributes)
•Minimum BA/BS in a scientific discipline.
•Minimum 5 years of experience in pharmaceutical regulatory field.
•Broad understanding of Pfizer’s BU structure and product portfolio (including development and commercialization process).

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Org Marketing Statement
Founded in 1849, Pfizer is the world's premier biopharmaceutical company taking new approaches to better health. We discover, develop, manufacture and deliver quality, safe and effective prescription medicines to treat and help prevent disease for both people and animals. We also partner with healthcare providers, governments and local communities around the world to expand access to our medicines and to provide better quality health care and health system support. At Pfizer, colleagues in more than 90 countries work every day to help people stay happier and healthier longer and to reduce the human and economic burden of disease worldwide.

Equal Employment Opportunity
Pfizer is committed to equal opportunity in the terms and conditions of employment for all employees and job applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, age, gender identity or gender expression, national origin, disability or veteran status. Pfizer also complies with all applicable national, state and local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment as well as employment eligibility verification requirements of the Immigration and Nationality Act. All applicants must have authorization to work for Pfizer in the U.S. In certain circumstances it may be advantageous to Pfizer to support the application(s) for temporary visa classification and/or sponsor applications for permanent residence so that a foreign national colleague can accept or remain in a work assignment in the U. S. For certain classes of temporary visas, the resulting work authorization may be specific to Pfizer and the specific job and/or work site. Pfizer may at its business discretion decide to or refrain from obtaining, maintaining and/or extending the temporary visa status and/or sponsoring a colleague for permanent residency and /or employment eligibility, considering factors such as availability of qualified U.S. workers and the colleague's long-term prospects for securing lawful permanent residence, among other reasons. Employment applicants requiring immigration sponsorship must disclose, when initial application for employment is made, whether or not they are legally authorized to work for Pfizer in the U.S. and, if so, whether that authorization permits them to work in the job they seek. In no case should Pfizer's support of a colleague's temporary visa application or sponsorship of a colleague for permanent residence be construed to guarantee success of that application or amend or otherwise invalidate the "at-will" employment relationship between the colleague and Pfizer.