GMP Program Business Manager
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GMP Program Business Manager
Sustainable Growth Strategic Planning
- Provide focused financial oversight and administrative resources to develop a long-term strategic plan and sustainable current Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMP) business model within the academic environment. Currently, the annual GMP portfolio is approximately $36M. Contracting options that are currently under consideration or in the final pre-award stage will increase the annual GMP budget to an estimated $55M.
- Design and implement a change management plan for all business strategic initiatives.
- Perform strategic financial planning, including the development of long-term financial projections and forecasts and the evaluation of new and ongoing funding opportunities. The phases involved in the GMP process (cell line development, process development, manufacturing, stability, and fill-finish) require complex and logistical planning for timing of resources.
- Develop and direct the implementation of communication strategies, including a framework for communicating and building awareness of and support for GMP’s mission and activities with both internal and external constituents.
- Research software applications and tools that improve and accelerate the compilation of financial statements, financial forecasting, effort models, and effort forecasting.
- Monitor and report on the overall financial health of the GMP by using metrics, key performance indicators, and dashboards. Develop and manage the GMP annual operational budget, maintain expense control, and create secure short and long-term financial strategies to maximize funds.Ensure the GMP financial portfolio is managed effectively and an appropriate methodology is applied to the allocation of service costs to sponsored and non-sponsored funding sources. The GMP portfolio is a combination of grants and contracts funded by federal and non-federal sponsors. The combination of these funding sources for a GMP facility is unique in an academic setting and compounds the complexity of resource management.
- Oversee the creation and delivery of detailed financial reports and presentations for internal stakeholders, ensuring consistency and quality, congruent with the mission and values of Duke Human Vaccine Institute (DHVI).
Business Operations Management
- Maintain communication with GMP leadership to report and address business and financial issues in a timely manner.
- Support GMP senior leadership business decision-making by managing, prioritizing, and synthesizing operational, space, and financial needs. Develop and maintain a data repository to provide relevant information that supports strategic planning and decision-making in support of research.
- Lead, implement, and maintain a positive work culture across GMP teams and align with other DHVI programs and initiatives so that cross-programmatic operations are supported and optimized. Perform other duties as assigned by GMP and DHVI leadership.
Work requires a Bachelor's degree in Business Administration, Accounting or a closely related field.
Work requires a minimum of eight years progressively responsible OR AN EQUIVALENT COMBINATION OF RELEVANT EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE experience in administrative management, to include proficiency in budgeting, grants and contracts, personnel supervision and space and facilities management. A Master's degree in Business Administration, Hospital Administration, Accounting or a closely related field may substitute for two years of required experience.
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