Shire Educational Grants Manager in Lexington, Massachusetts
The Independent Medical Education (IME) Manager oversees the operation of the organization's Medical Education Grant program, and related activities. This can include but is not limited to internal/external stakeholder engagement and communication, lifecycle grant management, statistical reporting, budget management, process improvement, etc. Participates in developing, interpreting, training and implementing policies and procedures for the organization. Manages, develops and trains staff in the department ensuring employee conformance to established policies and practices.
• Oversee operational management of one or more GMA Educational Grant Programs
• Lead GMA project development/harmonization, implementation, modifications and optimization, including alignment of processes and systems to the requirements of GMA, Legal and Compliance partners
• Manage system vendors and address GMA team requirements
• Identify areas for process improvement, propose changes, and participate in implementation as appropriate
Operational management of one or more GMA programs, systems, and services for Independent Medical Education Grants, Medical Sponsorships
Support GMA program development/harmonization, implementation, modifications and optimization, including alignment of processes and systems to the requirements of GMA, Legal and Compliance regulations
Support definition and management of procedures, communication and training for relevant grant programs
Manage system vendors and facilitate addressing of grant program requirements
Focus on continuous improvement for lifecycle grant management, identify areas for process improvement, propose changes, and participate in implementation as appropriate
Communicate program initiatives internally & externally (multiple methods to include but not limited to intranet and Internet site content development and management)
Lifecycle management of Independent Medical Education (IME) and medical sponsorship grant programs within assigned Therapeutic Area(s)
Lead the development of annual areas of interest for IMEs and development of the annual IME plan in collaboration with key internal Medical Affairs TA stakeholders
Engage and communicate clearly and concisely with external and internal stakeholders, globally, regarding all aspects of the IME and medical sponsorship grant programs.
Work with appropriate team members to ensure compliance with Shire IME processes, systems, and regulations, external healthcare laws
Stay informed of applicable governmental compliance laws and industry standards for IME and medical sponsorship
Manage the IME and medical sponsorship proposal review process for assigned Therapeutic Area(s).
Coordinate with the IME committee for review and IME and medical sponsorship proposals
Facilitate the IME review committee meetings
Ensure timely review of proposals by required grant review committees, contract generation and execution
Ensure appropriate and efficient follow-up of review committee action items, decisions, and/or requests for additional information regarding the proposal
Monitor and report progress and outcomes of IME and medical sponsorship grants to internal stakeholders
Provide regular updates to internal stakeholders regarding IME budget status
Oversee the lifecycle management of Independent Medical Education (IME) and medical sponsorship grant programs within assigned Therapeutic Area(s)
Track activity progress against proposed timelines
Interact directly with external grant requestors to ensure compliance with Shire IIR policy, global and local healthcare laws
Work with legal and compliance colleagues as necessary to facilitate the efficient creation and execution of IME contracts and amendments
Secure required documentation, and publications (as applicable) from completed activities and coordinate with appropriate functional groups for review Monitor and report progress and outcomes of IMEs to internal stakeholders
Track and report on insights of IME Grants and Medical Sponsorships and perform reconciliations
Follow up with grant award recipients to determine results of IME Grants and Medical Sponsorships
Report insights of IME Grants to internal stakeholders
Perform budget reconciliations at end of each grant lifecycle
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