| || •The Portfolio Manager supports the organisation’s aim to grow its product portfolio and contributes to Sales/Profit through pipeline development and new launches.
•The Portfolio Manager is also involved in defining the Portfolio Strategy. For that purpose, the Portfolio Manager develops and uses forecasting models to identify short-, medium- and long-term portfolio opportunities taking into account the existing product portfolio, development of the local market, global trends, competition and the global Sandoz product pipeline.
•The Portfolio Manager acts as key interface between the local organisation and Regional/Global functions (e.g., Global Portfolio Management, Global BD&L, & Global Commercial Operations) with regards to all aspects relating to portfolio management.
•Market screening: Portfolio Manager needs to have commercial awareness and a good product understanding (disease management/patient journey/posology/ product categories) to screen the market with regards to LoE and local affiliate ambitions.
•This is key for the Portfolio Manager to deliver market landscape and portfolio planning in regards to SDZ’s local commercial ambitions.
•Identify VAM and NCEs that fit Sandoz therapeutic focus Portfolio management: Develop portfolio strategy according to therapeutic area analysis for the company in line with business strategy based on market attractiveness, patents and other factors with marketing, regulatory team, and other relevant stakeholders.
•Value-based assessment of potential candidates for the local pipeline and in-market portfolio (including development of product forecasts and assumptions)
•Communicate with HQ to identify the products for registration by collecting the data on product sources, commercial terms like supply conditions, timing, market potentials and etc.
•Prepare, present and seek approval from SLT for the submission plan for AU and NZ
•Agree and follow up submission plan timelines with HQ and facilitate the timely development of product and etc.
•Long-term view on market and product trends, Identify the portfolio opportunities (short-/medium-/long-term)
•Perform local portfolio gap analysis and proactively find the sourcing opportunity within the company and work with local BD&L on 3rd parties sources if no internal development is available
•Maintain and update the portfolio database regularly containing information such as market size, regulatory information, etc.
•Support the development and maintenance of the global 5 yr. strategy plan.
•Liaison with Commercial Operations (esp. Regional Portfolio Manager) and Product Development (esp. BD&L, Reg. Affairs, Launch Management)
•Develop long-term view on market and product trends
•Provide recommendations and support for senior management in preparation of all portfolio related decisions