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Operations Counsel
Job DescriptionThe Operations Counsel is an experienced lawyer who provides dedicated legal partnership to Biogen's global Pharmaceutical Operations and Technology (PO&T) organization and liaises with other members of the Global Legal Department (corporate, commercial, R&D, litigation, employment and IP), Compliance and other stakeholder functions of the company, to provide pragmatic, high-quality and timely legal advice. This position is based in Cambridge, MA, and reports to the Lead Operations Counsel.The PO&T business unit of Biogen employs over three thousand people and covers a range of global activities, including:Engineering & TechnologyAsset Development and Program ManagementQualityRegulatory CMCGlobal ManufacturingGlobal Supply ChainGlobal SecurityCorporate PartnershipsPO&T is a dynamic and ever-evolving organization with a key role in all aspects of the business that includes a deliberate engagement on several key corporate initiatives both within and outside of its core functions. The dynamic nature of the PO&T organization requires the Operations Counsel to demonstrate agility to sufficiently support these activities.The job requires Legal partnership with PO&T and an autonomous individual who will be provide strategic leadership and a pragmatic, solution driven approach by providing timely advice in the following areas:Pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical development;Manufacturing and global manufacturing regulation;Global strategic manufacturing partnership and alliance management;health, safety and environmental issues;supply chain and logistics;quality control and assurance; The Operations Counsel will be required to:*Lead the development and alignment of practical solutions for complex legal issues;*Develop strategic business partnerships with PO&T senior and executive leadership through regular and proactive engagement;*Lead cross functional teams in the drafting and negotiation of complex transactional partnership initiatives*Advise PO&T on a wide range of topics across a global client base, with an ability to prioritize high priority strategic initiatives, including value-creating partnerships, with the day-to-day tasks such as contracting on a wide range of legal agreements;*Advise on strategic planning issues and partnerships, trade compliance regulations, sanctions and other legislation relevant to the pharmaceutical industry with a focus on those related to manufacture, quality and global delivery of pharmaceuticals; address regulatory and GxP questions*Have a deep understanding of PO&T strategic initiatives and goals;*An element of the job will also be the education and training of clients, both to "self-serve" through the provision of standard form agreements and other knowledge management tools, and in general areas of corporate legal compliance, such as the generation and maintenance of trade secrets, anti-trust issues, global anti-corruption legislation and insider trading and responsible communication;*Prioritize their work and to make risk-, and budget-conscious "make or buy decisions" about the instruction of external counsel;*Be an excellent communicator and team player with an inherent ability to identify and engage necessary stakeholders to ensure successful execution of legal advice and deliverables. Further, they will be comfortable in executive level engagements and will be able to advise and operate on both a strategic and tactical level and to form and work effectively on cross functional teamsQualificationsQualifications:Both in-house and law-firm experience, totaling at least 10 years. Industry experience and transactional a plus.Education:JDAdditional InformationAll your information will be kept confidential according to EEO guidelines.
Operations Counsel
Job DescriptionThe Operations Counsel is an experienced lawyer who provides dedicated legal partnership to Biogen's global Pharmaceutical Operations and Technology (PO&T) organization and liaises with other members of the Global Legal Department (corporate, commercial, R&D, litigation, employment and IP), Compliance and other stakeholder functions of the company, to provide pragmatic, high-quality and timely legal advice. This position is based in Cambridge, MA, and reports to the Lead Operations Counsel.The PO&T business unit of Biogen employs over three thousand people and covers a range of global activities, including:Engineering & TechnologyAsset Development and Program ManagementQualityRegulatory CMCGlobal ManufacturingGlobal Supply ChainGlobal SecurityCorporate PartnershipsPO&T is a dynamic and ever-evolving organization with a key role in all aspects of the business that includes a deliberate engagement on several key corporate initiatives both within and outside of its core functions. The dynamic nature of the PO&T organization requires the Operations Counsel to demonstrate agility to sufficiently support these activities.The job requires Legal partnership with PO&T and an autonomous individual who will be provide strategic leadership and a pragmatic, solution driven approach by providing timely advice in the following areas:Pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical development;Manufacturing and global manufacturing regulation;Global strategic manufacturing partnership and alliance management;health, safety and environmental issues;supply chain and logistics;quality control and assurance; The Operations Counsel will be required to:*Lead the development and alignment of practical solutions for complex legal issues;*Develop strategic business partnerships with PO&T senior and executive leadership through regular and proactive engagement;*Lead cross functional teams in the drafting and negotiation of complex transactional partnership initiatives*Advise PO&T on a wide range of topics across a global client base, with an ability to prioritize high priority strategic initiatives, including value-creating partnerships, with the day-to-day tasks such as contracting on a wide range of legal agreements;*Advise on strategic planning issues and partnerships, trade compliance regulations, sanctions and other legislation relevant to the pharmaceutical industry with a focus on those related to manufacture, quality and global delivery of pharmaceuticals; address regulatory and GxP questions*Have a deep understanding of PO&T strategic initiatives and goals;*An element of the job will also be the education and training of clients, both to "self-serve" through the provision of standard form agreements and other knowledge management tools, and in general areas of corporate legal compliance, such as the generation and maintenance of trade secrets, anti-trust issues, global anti-corruption legislation and insider trading and responsible communication;*Prioritize their work and to make risk-, and budget-conscious "make or buy decisions" about the instruction of external counsel;*Be an excellent communicator and team player with an inherent ability to identify and engage necessary stakeholders to ensure successful execution of legal advice and deliverables. Further, they will be comfortable in executive level engagements and will be able to advise and operate on both a strategic and tactical level and to form and work effectively on cross functional teamsQualificationsQualifications:Both in-house and law-firm experience, totaling at least 10 years. Industry experience and transactional a plus.Education:JDAdditional InformationAll your information will be kept confidential according to EEO guidelines.
Next Generation Sequencing Data Analyst – Scientist I/II
Job DescriptionThe Genome Technologies and Computational Sciences (GTCS) group at Biogen is seeking a bioinformatics scientist/computational biologist to join in the mission of developing analytical algorithms, data processing pipelines and fit-for-purpose tools to support next generation sequencing (NGS) data analysis needs in Gene Therapy Accelerator Unit (GTxAU). The goal of GTxAU is to develop a gene therapy pipeline from exploratory research through preclinical development. The scientist in this role will apply analytical skills and bioinformatics tools to analyze next generation sequencing data to guide the rational design of Adeno-Associated Virus (AAV) capsids, evaluate promoters, and the selection of AAVs with desire tropism. The successful candidate will work closely with GTxAU scientists, computational biology experts, the NGS lab, and structural biologists to design and analyze data from various in vitro and in vivo studies.QualificationsHands-on experience with analysis of both short and long read sequencing data (e.g., Illumina, PacBio, Nanopore) for mutation analysis, genome mapping, expression profilingHands-on experience with bulk RNAseq, DNA-seq, scRNA-seq, and microRNA-seq data analysisExtensive experience developing NGS analysis workows in Bash, R, and PythonAdvanced programming experience on JavaScript, R-Shiny and web-based applicationExperience in genomics data visualization toolsSolid knowledge of statistics and machine learningExperience in network/pathway mapping and integration of orthogonal omics data setsUnderstanding of sequencing protocols and applicationsDemonstrated ability to work collaboratively within cross-functional teamsExcellent interpersonal and communication skills; proven ability to work eectively within a teamExperience in virology or viral gene therapy is considered a plusEducation: Ph.D. or MS with extensive experience in Computational Biology, Systems Biology, Bioengineering, or related eldAdditional InformationThe Genome Technologies and Computational Sciences (GTCS) group at Biogen is seeking a bioinformatics scientist/computational biologist to join in the mission of developing analytical algorithms, data processing pipelines and fit-for-purpose tools to support next generation sequencing (NGS) data analysis needs in Gene Therapy Accelerator Unit (GTxAU).
Next Generation Sequencing Data Analyst – Scientist I/II
Job DescriptionThe Genome Technologies and Computational Sciences (GTCS) group at Biogen is seeking a bioinformatics scientist/computational biologist to join in the mission of developing analytical algorithms, data processing pipelines and fit-for-purpose tools to support next generation sequencing (NGS) data analysis needs in Gene Therapy Accelerator Unit (GTxAU). The goal of GTxAU is to develop a gene therapy pipeline from exploratory research through preclinical development. The scientist in this role will apply analytical skills and bioinformatics tools to analyze next generation sequencing data to guide the rational design of Adeno-Associated Virus (AAV) capsids, evaluate promoters, and the selection of AAVs with desire tropism. The successful candidate will work closely with GTxAU scientists, computational biology experts, the NGS lab, and structural biologists to design and analyze data from various in vitro and in vivo studies.QualificationsHands-on experience with analysis of both short and long read sequencing data (e.g., Illumina, PacBio, Nanopore) for mutation analysis, genome mapping, expression profilingHands-on experience with bulk RNAseq, DNA-seq, scRNA-seq, and microRNA-seq data analysisExtensive experience developing NGS analysis workows in Bash, R, and PythonAdvanced programming experience on JavaScript, R-Shiny and web-based applicationExperience in genomics data visualization toolsSolid knowledge of statistics and machine learningExperience in network/pathway mapping and integration of orthogonal omics data setsUnderstanding of sequencing protocols and applicationsDemonstrated ability to work collaboratively within cross-functional teamsExcellent interpersonal and communication skills; proven ability to work eectively within a teamExperience in virology or viral gene therapy is considered a plusEducation: Ph.D. or MS with extensive experience in Computational Biology, Systems Biology, Bioengineering, or related eldAdditional InformationThe Genome Technologies and Computational Sciences (GTCS) group at Biogen is seeking a bioinformatics scientist/computational biologist to join in the mission of developing analytical algorithms, data processing pipelines and fit-for-purpose tools to support next generation sequencing (NGS) data analysis needs in Gene Therapy Accelerator Unit (GTxAU).
Senior Scientist, Lab Informatics
Job DescriptionBiogen's Strategic Analytics group, a part of Analytical Development, is now building the lab of the future that will accelerate Biogen's mission to discover, develop, and deliver worldwide innovative therapies for people living with serious neurological and neurodegenerative diseases. The Strategic Analytics group automates laboratory workflows through robotics and integrated informatics tools to deliver high-quality results at an unprecedented efficiency. Our data analytics and data scientists work to integrate our lab informatics systems to create value by using our scientific data to inform and improve our processes. The team serves Biogen's two key sites in North America that are responsible for the delivery of Biogen's therapeutic modalities.The role will be a part of the Strategic Analytics group and work with the team to connect and integrate Biogen's informatics and data systems. Duties will include, meeting with stakeholders and requirements gathering, connect and query diverse domain-specific databases, develop custom tools for automation to streamline end-user workflows, manage data through the application of laboratory standards, ontologies and data models, demonstrate value in data through visualizations.Here is what you'll do:Partner with Biogen IT to connect diverse domain-specific databases including LIMS, ELE, and EmpowerCreate and implement data standards and practicesProduce visualizations that inform on our laboratory processesActively participate in an industry lead consortium to develop and implement laboratory data standardsWork with vendors to develop laboratory ontologies and data modelsUse informatics expertise to connect laboratory activities and workflowsDesign databases that collect and connect scientific informationQualificationsDemonstrated expertise and creativity in Python, R or similar coding languagesExperience in database design and utilizationApplication of BI tools for visualizationExperience with cloud-based applicationsExperience using or developing scientific data capture applications, for example, electronic lab notebook (ELN), biological registration or chemical registration systemsUnderstanding of software validation or qualification proceduresSkill in relational and/or NoSQL database systemsFamiliarity with laboratory workflowsEducation:A Masters or Ph.D. in computer programming or data sciences5-10 yrs. experience in the application of data science in the pharmaceutical or representative industryAdditional InformationAll your information will be kept confidential according to EEO guidelines.
Senior Scientist, Lab Informatics
Job DescriptionBiogen's Strategic Analytics group, a part of Analytical Development, is now building the lab of the future that will accelerate Biogen's mission to discover, develop, and deliver worldwide innovative therapies for people living with serious neurological and neurodegenerative diseases. The Strategic Analytics group automates laboratory workflows through robotics and integrated informatics tools to deliver high-quality results at an unprecedented efficiency. Our data analytics and data scientists work to integrate our lab informatics systems to create value by using our scientific data to inform and improve our processes. The team serves Biogen's two key sites in North America that are responsible for the delivery of Biogen's therapeutic modalities.The role will be a part of the Strategic Analytics group and work with the team to connect and integrate Biogen's informatics and data systems. Duties will include, meeting with stakeholders and requirements gathering, connect and query diverse domain-specific databases, develop custom tools for automation to streamline end-user workflows, manage data through the application of laboratory standards, ontologies and data models, demonstrate value in data through visualizations.Here is what you'll do:Partner with Biogen IT to connect diverse domain-specific databases including LIMS, ELE, and EmpowerCreate and implement data standards and practicesProduce visualizations that inform on our laboratory processesActively participate in an industry lead consortium to develop and implement laboratory data standardsWork with vendors to develop laboratory ontologies and data modelsUse informatics expertise to connect laboratory activities and workflowsDesign databases that collect and connect scientific informationQualificationsDemonstrated expertise and creativity in Python, R or similar coding languagesExperience in database design and utilizationApplication of BI tools for visualizationExperience with cloud-based applicationsExperience using or developing scientific data capture applications, for example, electronic lab notebook (ELN), biological registration or chemical registration systemsUnderstanding of software validation or qualification proceduresSkill in relational and/or NoSQL database systemsFamiliarity with laboratory workflowsEducation:A Masters or Ph.D. in computer programming or data sciences5-10 yrs. experience in the application of data science in the pharmaceutical or representative industryAdditional InformationAll your information will be kept confidential according to EEO guidelines.
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