Pfizer Cellular and Mechanistic Investigative Toxicology Lead in Groton, Connecticut
This is a leadership role in the DSRD Discovery, Investigative and Translational Sciences group, accountable for strategic, operational and scientific aspects of the cellular and mechanistic investigative toxicology laboratory. The lead reports to the Global Discovery, Investigative and Translational Sciences head and with this partnership will develop the operational and strategic vision and deploy resources accordingly. There will be an expectation to 'engage the external environment' (e.g., influence screening, species selection, regulatory guidance and evolving scientific thinking). Develop the future talent by engaging in technical and scientific competency of line staff resulting in increased engagement and external recognition. Ensure appropriate quality of study conduct and reporting. This includes maintenance of appropriate compliance standards (e.g. EHS) and where necessary GLP.
Accountable for setting the strategic, operational and technical direction of the cellular and mechanistic toxicology laboratories and appropriately deploy resources
In partnership with sub discipline heads will be responsible for engaging in strategic planning and centralization of laboratory capabilities, maintaining quality and consistency of the laboratory data, interpretation and reporting, coordinates with project teams to provide high quality technology expertise and support
Works with key scientific staff to align resources to project priorities, timelines, and Tracks investigative tox projects and makes available to GDITS leadership for endorsement
Oversee the use and maintenance of laboratory space, and oversees capital equipment requests with the support of the other laboratory leads to ensure reducing redundancies and building new capabilities.
Continuously investigates new techniques and improvement of current practices.
Participates in cross-functional activities (e.g., Limited Duration Teams, Practice networks, etc.)
Evaluates and interprets experimental data, participates in external engagement activities, particularly those related to investigative sciences, professional societies and industry working groups
Provides Global Performance Management functions including interactive coaching and feedback sessions, development planning, midyear reviews, annual reviews, promotion reviews, and reward and recognition programs.
- MS or equivalent in biology/biochemistry, toxicology, or related field with >15 years related experience; DESIRABLE: PhD with >8 years relevant experience.
Prior experience within investigative toxicology laboratory
Prior supervisory and mentoring experience
Experience in the development, characterization of safety issues, safety de-risking for novel modalities, conduct hypothesis-driven mechanistic research and active participant of issue management teams, implementation of Investigative screening, cellular based and mechanistic-based assays.
Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively and influence in a matrix organization
Extensive experience with software packages to enable data acquisition, data processing, and study reporting
Demonstration of excellent verbal and written communication skills, well organized, self-motivated, detail oriented, and has the ability to work and effectively communicate within a team environment
Knowledge of Good Laboratory Practices (GLP), data collection systems, and data processing applications
Candidate demonstrates a breadth of diverse leadership experiences and capabilities including: the ability to influence and collaborate with peers, develop and coach others, oversee and guide the work of other colleagues to achieve meaningful outcomes and create business impact.
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Last day to apply: February 7, 2023
Relocation support available
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