Associate Director, Analytics – US Rare Diseases
Associate Director, Analytics – US Rare Diseases
The Associate Director, Analytics - US Rare Diseases (RD) will be responsible for creating, measuring, and tracking the key performance metrics for the RD franchise. This person will be an integral partner to the business operations and the US commercial teams. Key components to this role will include developing and monitoring KPIs, highlighting issues, investigating, and interpreting data, and communicating findings to leadership to drive business decisions. In addition, this role will be involved with validating effectiveness of commercial strategies and tactics and providing recommendations around new performance metrics to track. The position will report to Director, Commercial Strategy & Insights – Rare Diseases and will be in Cambridge, MA.
Partner and work closely with Senior Leadership/Functional heads to understand their business reporting and analytics/KPI needs.
Participate in weekly meetings to review key updates and continue to understand areas of focus, while proactively providing research grounded insights
Provide daily/weekly reporting of key performance indicators for Rare Diseases
Generation & management of brand specific dashboards and reporting. Liasoning with Analytics vendors as needed.
Provide weekly/monthly reporting on overall BU performance and market trends as well as analytics that provide insightful and objective commentary.
Perform ad-hoc queries for BU leadership across all functions (sales, patient services, etc.); be an internal expert and resource to Business.
Recommend tools / platforms to improve business productivity and enhance capabilities.
Define and evaluate needs and solutions in business areas while enhancing services to Rare Diseases team based on customer feedback.
Understand/define/refine customer segments and develop strategies, based on insight into customer behaviors.
Ensure pre-launch/launch excellence in preparation of new product launches.
Partner with market research, forecasting as well as internal ops teams to create comprehensive monthly trends and insights report to address the current state of the business.
Coordination with data management to ensure insights are based on reliable, high-quality information.
Bachelor’s degree in business, Finance, Engineering or related discipline
Minimum of 7+ years of Pharmaceutical Commercial Analytics/Forecasting or Sales Operations experience is required
Strong proven team leadership, analytical and communication skills required
Thorough knowledge of and a high skill level in analytics
Advanced knowledge of MS Office (Excel, PowerPoint, Word)
Possess very strong strategic awareness skill set
Demonstrated the ability to work in a matrixed environment with many cross-functional partners
Ability to understand and influence decisions
Ability to interact and communicate with all levels in the organization
Promotes a good working relationship with supervisors, co-workers and staff
Strong written and verbal communication skills. Excellent presentation skills
Self-starter. Proactive in nature, actively participates and self-motivated
Expertise with data visualization/business intelligence tools (e.g. Qlikview, Tableau)
Experience with pharmaceutical data sources (e.g., IMS, WK, Syndicated data sources)
Excellent project management skills with demonstrated ability to lead multiple projects and priorities
Master’s Degree or MBA preferred
2+ years of Consulting Experience
Experience in Experience in Rare Diseases or Specialty Care
Superior analytical skills with proficiency in a broad range of data analysis tools (SQL, SAS, Alteryx, Python, R)
Experience using analytical platforms (e.g. Databricks, Jupyter Notebook, SAS Studio, SQL developers)
Experience working with CRM data systems like Salesforce, Cognos, Veeva, etc.
Sanofi Inc. and its U.S. affiliates are Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action employers committed to a culturally diverse workforce. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race; color; creed; religion; national origin; age; ancestry; nationality; marital, domestic partnership or civil union status; sex, gender, gender identity or expression; affectional or sexual orientation; disability; veteran or military status or liability for military status; domestic violence victim status; atypical cellular or blood trait; genetic information (including the refusal to submit to genetic testing) or any other characteristic protected by law.
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