Associate Director, IT Application Delivery (Fully Remote)
Department: Information Technology
Employment Type: Regular
Reference Number: R205
This is what you will do:
Associate Director, IT Application Delivery and Management will provide IT expertise to support the planning, delivery and operations of technology solutions for Finance, Legal and Compliance. This role will partner with IT and business partners as an application expert in delivering technology and providing operational support for business applications and business functions. A successful candidate is expected to have technical expertise, knowledge and hands-on experience supporting IT capabilities and applications for Finance, Legal and Compliance within the pharmaceutical, biotech or medical devices industries. This position will also offer secondary support to other functions such as corporate affairs, human resources, procurement and business development.
You will be responsible for:
Providing support in planning, designing, implementing, communicating, and maintaining of business applications; ensuring appropriate integration with existing solutions and optimizing existing tech stack
Coordinating efforts and engaging appropriate partners, users and vendors to manage application maintenance, product releases, service requests, incidents, problems, and change controls
Project and program managing a portfolio of IT initiatives
Building effective relationships and developing strategies to deliver value for assigned partner functions
Understanding business objectives and how it relates to technology needs
Coordinating technical resources to ensure alignment to standard processes and success in system deliveries
Applying knowledge of the biotech / pharmaceutical industry, maintaining awareness of driven environment, and exhibiting knowledge seeking and sharing best practices
Maintaining a pulse on industry technology trends / initiatives and communicates to appropriate business and IT staff
Performing administrative and management tasks required to establish and maintain compliance with various regulatory standards, including Sarbanes Oxley, SEC, Dept. of Labor., CCPA, GDPR etc.
Performs additional duties as assigned
You will need to have:
Bachelor’s degree (B.A. or B.S.) in a technical or business-related field. Advanced degree is preferred.
8 years' of experience in Information Technology specifically working with the technologies of the functions indicated
Biotech / Pharmaceutical / Life Sciences industry experience required
We would prefer you to have:
Experience with best-in-class platforms that are commonly used in the biotech industry including Oracle NetSuite, Agiloft, Concur, Coupa, etc.
Consistent track record of creating strong multi-functional relationships
Experience in crafting IT roadmaps and formulating business demand into IT projects
Must understand privacy regulations including, but not limited to CCPA, HIPAA, GDPR, FDA 21 CFR Part 11, Transparency Reporting, and Sarbanes Oxley
Robust program and project management experience in a team-oriented multi-functional environment of varying size and resource mix / abilities
Experience in both structured and agile SDLC methodologies
Organizational change management experience, using key principals and tools for the rollout of new capabilities & business evolution
Vendor management experience including vendor evaluation / selection, due diligence, contracting, and performance management
Excellent budget management skill in ROMs, SOWs, managed services, subscription agreements, etc.
Professional demeanor, excellent oral, and written communication skills to all levels of the organization
Ability to multi-task and shift priorities rapidly to meet sensitive timelines.
The duties of this role are generally conducted in an office environment. As is typical of an office-based role, employees are required, with or without an accommodation to: use a computer; engage in communications via phone, video, and electronic messaging; engage in problem solving and non-linear thought, analysis, and dialogue; collaborate with others; maintain general availability during standard business hours.
$156,754.00 – $198,450.00
The salary range listed in the job posting reflects the anticipated base pay range for this role in the United States. Actual base pay decisions consider a variety of factors including, but not limited to, an individual’s skills, qualifications, and experience. In addition to a competitive base salary, this role is currently eligible for our annual discretionary bonus program and annual equity awards (roles on a sales-incentive commission plan will not be eligible for our annual discretionary bonus).
Mirati employees (and their families) are provided a competitive benefits package including:
Comprehensive healthcare coverage – multiple medical plan choices with an employer-funded HSA, dental & vision
Company provided life insurance and disability coverage
401(k) retirement plan with a 6% company match and immediate vesting
Employee Stock Purchase Plan with a 15% discount
Extensive time off – holidays, PTO and two, week-long paid breaks in the summer and winter