Toxicology Project Leader

LocationBasel, North West Switzerland, Switzerland

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Toxicology Project Leader

Switzerland, Basel-City, Basel

The position is within the global department of Project Leaders in Pharmaceutical Sciences (PS). This department leads in the development of the non-clinical safety assessment of drug candidates from small molecules to complex biological products during the discovery and development phases at Roche.

Your responsibilities are:

  • The development and execution of an integrated and scientifically sound nonclinical safety strategy from target assessment through clinical trial conduct to registration.
  • Leading non-clinical Expert Teams to maximize the impact on portfolio projects and development of unique/tailored nonclinical strategies to support an increasingly complex portfolio of oncology and non-oncology immunomodulatory approaches.
  • Representing PS in Global project teams and acting as a key contributor to the selection and timely development of potential new medicines through close interactions with discovery therapeutic areas, and affiliated non-clinical, clinical development and regulatory functions.
  • Steering non-clinical safety evaluations for potential in-licensing opportunities as well as representing non-clinical safety on collaborations with external partners.
  • Generating concise safety assessments for internal decision making, as well as regulatory submission documentation to facilitate health authority reviews and approval processes in all phases of pre-clinical and clinical drug development.

    In addition, you are expected to:

  • Lead a team of experts; with your excellent interpersonal skills, your leadership capabilities and your collaborative attitude you successfully master problems in a highly matrixed environment.
  • Aim for scientific excellence and extraordinary results as well as prioritize and manage high expectations in a fast paced environment.
  • Embrace innovation and utilize emerging technologies to support risk assessments.
  • Empower people, discover and develop potential and challenge in a positive manner where necessary.
  • Strive for excellence in results and executing, setting priorities and seeking opportunities for simplification.
  • A good publication record and activities in relevant international consortiums and forums are an asset.

At Roche, 94,000 people across 100 countries are pushing back the frontiers of healthcare. Working together, we’ve become one of the world’s leading research-focused healthcare groups. Our success is built on innovation, curiosity and diversity.

Roche is an equal opportunity employer.

  • Location Switzerland , Basel-City , Basel
  • Function Research & Development
  • Subfunction Research
  • Schedule Full time
  • Job level Individual contributor
  • Job type Regular
  • Division Roche Pharmaceuticals
  • Posted since 2019/10/08
  • Job-ID 201909-128051


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