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Sr Manager, Business Data Modeling
Job DescriptionThe business data modeler in the Global Data & Analytics CoE will serve as a liaison between the business and the data engineering team to help shape the delivery of data solutions to address business needs. The candidate will play a critical role in managing and modeling analytical data. The modeler will work with the various SMEs in the business teams to understand their analytical and data requirements, document and gain sign offs from stakeholders, translate the requirements into logical data models and collaborate with data engineers to ensure the proper end-to-end execution and on-going success of productionized analytics. This person will coordinate the development of the data model by providing business and data analysis, thought leadership and organizational skills. The key to this role is deep understanding of the business and strong execution of the analytic data process.Roles and Responsibilities:* Lead the design, implement, and refine scalable analytic data model* Drives business requirements gathering, performs data analysis, designs logical data models and participates in the design of physical data modelsCollaborate with data engineers to define technical requirements and data translation.* Work with customers to understand and derive meaningful data relationships and translate them into appropriate data models* Validate logical data models with subject matter experts* Actively participate in meta data definition and management* Actively participate in designing the data access layer* Understand source data and rules around the transformationsQualifications* Strong business acumen, problem solving, interviewing and analytical skills with a solid understanding of Data and BI* Strong communication skills including written and oral, with ability to work closely with sponsors, business owners and analysts on requirements and use case design* Ability to clearly document a process or procedure for others to follow* Ability to be relied upon to complete a task or project with minimal supervision* Solid foundational knowledge and interest in Data Warehouse/BI technology* Experience in BI solution development using Excel/Power BI/Qlik/ Tableau is a plus* Ability to function in a cross functional team and communicate with technical and non-technical peers and managers* Good problem-solving/analytical skillsAdditional InformationBS/MS in Computer Science, engineering or equivalent experience
Sr Manager, Business Data Modeling
Job DescriptionThe business data modeler in the Global Data & Analytics CoE will serve as a liaison between the business and the data engineering team to help shape the delivery of data solutions to address business needs. The candidate will play a critical role in managing and modeling analytical data. The modeler will work with the various SMEs in the business teams to understand their analytical and data requirements, document and gain sign offs from stakeholders, translate the requirements into logical data models and collaborate with data engineers to ensure the proper end-to-end execution and on-going success of productionized analytics. This person will coordinate the development of the data model by providing business and data analysis, thought leadership and organizational skills. The key to this role is deep understanding of the business and strong execution of the analytic data process.Roles and Responsibilities:* Lead the design, implement, and refine scalable analytic data model* Drives business requirements gathering, performs data analysis, designs logical data models and participates in the design of physical data modelsCollaborate with data engineers to define technical requirements and data translation.* Work with customers to understand and derive meaningful data relationships and translate them into appropriate data models* Validate logical data models with subject matter experts* Actively participate in meta data definition and management* Actively participate in designing the data access layer* Understand source data and rules around the transformationsQualifications* Strong business acumen, problem solving, interviewing and analytical skills with a solid understanding of Data and BI* Strong communication skills including written and oral, with ability to work closely with sponsors, business owners and analysts on requirements and use case design* Ability to clearly document a process or procedure for others to follow* Ability to be relied upon to complete a task or project with minimal supervision* Solid foundational knowledge and interest in Data Warehouse/BI technology* Experience in BI solution development using Excel/Power BI/Qlik/ Tableau is a plus* Ability to function in a cross functional team and communicate with technical and non-technical peers and managers* Good problem-solving/analytical skillsAdditional InformationBS/MS in Computer Science, engineering or equivalent experience
Intern: Technical Operations Procurement
Job DescriptionThis is for a 12-week internship position from June - August 2020The intern will be supporting Global Procurement Technical Operations team. This team is responsible for procuring goods and services for multiple categories include Research & Development, Worldwide Medical, Technical Development, Engineering, Facilities, etc.The intern will work with experienced sourcing managers to learn about multiple spend categories and have full responsibility for assigned projects. The intern will have the opportunity to:Learn about Biogen culture through participating in Biogen hosted events (patient testimonials, therapeutic area presentations, other intern-program events)Insights into Biotech industry through supplier and contract analysisIncreased knowledge of Procurement role: understand how to optimize quality and cost while enhancing customer focus, innovation and relationship managementEnhanced transferable skills: data analysis, particularly spend and pricing analysisPositionDescription& Project ResponsibilitySPEND ANALYTICS CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT: Review and improve spend categorization in Biogen's spend analytics toolAssist Category Managers to understand categories' scope and vendorsWork with Finance on understanding Oracle coding by categoryWork with Spend Analytics team and external vendor to understand how categories and vendors are structured/assigned to categoriesBased on guidance from Category Managers, review invoices as necessary to determine appropriate category mappingDevelop service and vendor-based rules to improve "mapping" of how spend will continue to be assigned to appropriate categories and collaborate with Analytics team to implementBased on analysis of spend mapping, present observations and recommend actions for top 10-20 categories/vendors for spend consolidation/tail spend management opportunitiesCATEGORY MANAGEMENT PLAYBOOK SUPPORT: Support project leads in the early phases of the Category Management Playbook developmentInterview category managers and collect inventory of existing category management tools and frameworksAssist project leads in assessment and classification of existing tools/frameworksCategorize existing tools/frameworks by Category Management phase and create a SharePoint site to load all existing tools for easy referenceSupport project leads in the development of project plan for the Category Management Playbook workstreamCONTRACT MANAGEMENT:Leverage information from spend analysis and revised categorization, identify list of contracts for validation and re-categorization (files uploaded to tool, assigned to correct category, update link to master/amendments, accurate contract expiration, etc.)Work with Contract Management team and leverage standard reporting functionality to develop standard category-specific dashboards for proactive contract management (expiration/renewal, new amendments/SOWs, etc.)SOURCING OPPORTUNITIES:Learn the contract negotiation process, how to interpret agreement terms and conditions to ensure lowest possible risk and best value terms forBiogenLearn how to analyze data to determine spending patterns/trends, and opportunities for increasing value, reducing costs and driving efficienciesSupport the development, implementation, and refinement of global sourcing strategies that result in enhanced value, revenue, breakthrough total-cost reduction and continuous improvement.QualificationsTo participate in the BiogenInternProgram, students must meet the following eligibility criteria:Legal authorization to work in the U.S.Grade point average of 3.2 or higher preferredAt least 18 years of age prior to the scheduled start dateBe currently enrolled in an accredited college or universityAdditional Qualifications:Strong oral and written communications skillsStrong Analytical skills - ability to analyze and interpret data to recommend effective strategiesOrganizational skills, with the ability to shift priorities and manage changing demands with a sense of urgencyA customer service attitude and perspectiveProficiency in Microsoft Excel, Access, Word and PowerPoint (ideally also Visio)Procurement experience a plus.EducationUndergraduate student completed at least two years of programDesired majors include: Business, Finance, Supply Chain, or equivalent.LocationCambridge, MARelocation is not offered for this position.Additional InformationAll your information will be kept confidential according to EEO guidelines.
Intern: Technical Operations Procurement
Job DescriptionThis is for a 12-week internship position from June - August 2020The intern will be supporting Global Procurement Technical Operations team. This team is responsible for procuring goods and services for multiple categories include Research & Development, Worldwide Medical, Technical Development, Engineering, Facilities, etc.The intern will work with experienced sourcing managers to learn about multiple spend categories and have full responsibility for assigned projects. The intern will have the opportunity to:Learn about Biogen culture through participating in Biogen hosted events (patient testimonials, therapeutic area presentations, other intern-program events)Insights into Biotech industry through supplier and contract analysisIncreased knowledge of Procurement role: understand how to optimize quality and cost while enhancing customer focus, innovation and relationship managementEnhanced transferable skills: data analysis, particularly spend and pricing analysisPositionDescription& Project ResponsibilitySPEND ANALYTICS CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT: Review and improve spend categorization in Biogen's spend analytics toolAssist Category Managers to understand categories' scope and vendorsWork with Finance on understanding Oracle coding by categoryWork with Spend Analytics team and external vendor to understand how categories and vendors are structured/assigned to categoriesBased on guidance from Category Managers, review invoices as necessary to determine appropriate category mappingDevelop service and vendor-based rules to improve "mapping" of how spend will continue to be assigned to appropriate categories and collaborate with Analytics team to implementBased on analysis of spend mapping, present observations and recommend actions for top 10-20 categories/vendors for spend consolidation/tail spend management opportunitiesCATEGORY MANAGEMENT PLAYBOOK SUPPORT: Support project leads in the early phases of the Category Management Playbook developmentInterview category managers and collect inventory of existing category management tools and frameworksAssist project leads in assessment and classification of existing tools/frameworksCategorize existing tools/frameworks by Category Management phase and create a SharePoint site to load all existing tools for easy referenceSupport project leads in the development of project plan for the Category Management Playbook workstreamCONTRACT MANAGEMENT:Leverage information from spend analysis and revised categorization, identify list of contracts for validation and re-categorization (files uploaded to tool, assigned to correct category, update link to master/amendments, accurate contract expiration, etc.)Work with Contract Management team and leverage standard reporting functionality to develop standard category-specific dashboards for proactive contract management (expiration/renewal, new amendments/SOWs, etc.)SOURCING OPPORTUNITIES:Learn the contract negotiation process, how to interpret agreement terms and conditions to ensure lowest possible risk and best value terms forBiogenLearn how to analyze data to determine spending patterns/trends, and opportunities for increasing value, reducing costs and driving efficienciesSupport the development, implementation, and refinement of global sourcing strategies that result in enhanced value, revenue, breakthrough total-cost reduction and continuous improvement.QualificationsTo participate in the BiogenInternProgram, students must meet the following eligibility criteria:Legal authorization to work in the U.S.Grade point average of 3.2 or higher preferredAt least 18 years of age prior to the scheduled start dateBe currently enrolled in an accredited college or universityAdditional Qualifications:Strong oral and written communications skillsStrong Analytical skills - ability to analyze and interpret data to recommend effective strategiesOrganizational skills, with the ability to shift priorities and manage changing demands with a sense of urgencyA customer service attitude and perspectiveProficiency in Microsoft Excel, Access, Word and PowerPoint (ideally also Visio)Procurement experience a plus.EducationUndergraduate student completed at least two years of programDesired majors include: Business, Finance, Supply Chain, or equivalent.LocationCambridge, MARelocation is not offered for this position.Additional InformationAll your information will be kept confidential according to EEO guidelines.
Intern: Community Lab I (Cambridge)
Job DescriptionThis is for a 12-week internship position from June - August 2020There are two positions available for this internship.Interns in the Biogen Community Lab in Cambridge, MA will help to transform today's young students into the discoverers and scientific leaders of tomorrow. The mission of the Community Lab program is to engage young people in science and biotechnology by allowing them to work on real-world problems that Biogen scientists and engineers are working on daily. The Community Lab is essential to Biogen's overall corporate social responsibility. Caring deeply. Working fearlessly. Changing lives. This isn't just a corporate philosophy, it's an extension of who Biogen is as a company and how we support the communities where we live and work.The summer intern's main responsibility will be to assist with running the summer sessions for high school students. This would include testing hands-on labs, providing basic laboratory preparation and clean up, assisting with organizing summer sessions and related paperwork, recruiting and organizing volunteers, as well as providing teaching assistance during the sessions.Due to the nature of the program, interns will be exposed to the inner workings of Biogen and the biotechnology sector. They will intimately understand the drug development process and will learn how to succinctly communicate that process to the public. The Community Lab interns will network with over 50 employee volunteers across various departments.QualificationsTo participate in the Biogen Intern or Co-op Program, students must meet the following eligibility criteria:Legal authorization to work in the U.S.Enrollment in a full-time undergraduate or graduate program, returning to the academic program following Biogen Internor Co-opassignmentMinimum grade point average of 3.2 preferredAt least 18 years of age prior to the scheduled start dateCompleted at least one year of undergraduate studiesAdditional Qualifications:A background in the biological sciences, including basic lab experience such asmicropipettingand working with DNA or bacteriaStrong organizational skills with outstanding written and oral communication skillsAttention to detailDemonstrated enthusiasm and passion for working with studentsTeamwork skills with the ability to collaborate with another intern and the Community Lab instructorEducationLife sciences majors, such as Biotechnology, Biology, or Chemistry preferred.LocationCambridge, MARelocation is not offered for this position.Additional InformationAll your information will be kept confidential according to EEO guidelines.
Intern: Community Lab I (Cambridge)
Job DescriptionThis is for a 12-week internship position from June - August 2020There are two positions available for this internship.Interns in the Biogen Community Lab in Cambridge, MA will help to transform today's young students into the discoverers and scientific leaders of tomorrow. The mission of the Community Lab program is to engage young people in science and biotechnology by allowing them to work on real-world problems that Biogen scientists and engineers are working on daily. The Community Lab is essential to Biogen's overall corporate social responsibility. Caring deeply. Working fearlessly. Changing lives. This isn't just a corporate philosophy, it's an extension of who Biogen is as a company and how we support the communities where we live and work.The summer intern's main responsibility will be to assist with running the summer sessions for high school students. This would include testing hands-on labs, providing basic laboratory preparation and clean up, assisting with organizing summer sessions and related paperwork, recruiting and organizing volunteers, as well as providing teaching assistance during the sessions.Due to the nature of the program, interns will be exposed to the inner workings of Biogen and the biotechnology sector. They will intimately understand the drug development process and will learn how to succinctly communicate that process to the public. The Community Lab interns will network with over 50 employee volunteers across various departments.QualificationsTo participate in the Biogen Intern or Co-op Program, students must meet the following eligibility criteria:Legal authorization to work in the U.S.Enrollment in a full-time undergraduate or graduate program, returning to the academic program following Biogen Internor Co-opassignmentMinimum grade point average of 3.2 preferredAt least 18 years of age prior to the scheduled start dateCompleted at least one year of undergraduate studiesAdditional Qualifications:A background in the biological sciences, including basic lab experience such asmicropipettingand working with DNA or bacteriaStrong organizational skills with outstanding written and oral communication skillsAttention to detailDemonstrated enthusiasm and passion for working with studentsTeamwork skills with the ability to collaborate with another intern and the Community Lab instructorEducationLife sciences majors, such as Biotechnology, Biology, or Chemistry preferred.LocationCambridge, MARelocation is not offered for this position.Additional InformationAll your information will be kept confidential according to EEO guidelines.
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