285161BR Job ID : 285161BR Job Description : Fellow (f / m)- Drug Substance Development Lead, Kundl, Austria >
200! This the current number of programs in clinical development at Novartis.Many of these projects, which include new molecular entities as well as additional indications and different formulations for marketed products, are for medicines that could significantly advance treatment standards for patients worldwide. Your Responsibilities :
You will act as senior functional expert for microbial drug substance process development for biosimilars and / or new biological entities for the assigned project(s), and ensure scientific soundness of the process development strategy and deliverables
You will lead and coordinate the drug substance development subteam and represent it in the global CMC project team of assigned projects.
You are accountable for managing all upstream and / or downstream process development activities incl. process development, -characterization and -transfer, know-how transfer etc.
You will need to communicate effectively across organizational interfaces i.e. project- / program-management; line functions etc.
You will proactively identify scientific, technological and operational issues, propose creative solutions and communicate key issues to the appropriate management level Position Title : Fellow (f / m)- Drug Substance Development Lead Minimum requirements : What you'll bring to the role :
Advanced degree (e.g. PhD) in biotechnology, bioprocess technology or biochemistry
Excellent command of spoken and written English language skills
You will work in cross-functional teams in a matrix organization
Minimum of 6 years experience within the pharmaceutical industry, preferably in the field of bioprocess development Desirable requirements :
Excellent organizational skills, team player, flexible and dedicated personality
Ability to coordinate a number of tasks simultaneously, prioritize and deliver against tight timelines
Excellent problem solving mind-set, attitude to resolve challenges, interdisciplinary thinking.
Ability of properly balancing between efforts, risks and benefits
Willingness to travel (