Novartis has embraced a bold strategy to drive a company-wide digital transformation. As the Director Digital Business Development & Licensing (BD&L), Partnerships & Transactions you will be reporting to the Global Head of Digital BD&L and you will be expected to work with senior leadership across our businesses and operating functions to support the Digital Office in driving this transformation.
As part of the Digital Office team, you will act as a key enabler of Novartis’ corporate digital objectives with the primary focus to lead and / or support, overall execution of transactions related to data and technology.
These transactions may span across business units and geographies. This is a high visibility and demanding role, which offers the opportunity to be at the core of Novartis’ digital transformation and is an entry point into high priority, innovative areas across the company.
Your responsibilities will include :
divisionally and globally, including partnerships, licensing agreements, joint ventures, spinouts and M&A activities, venture investments, and new company formation
Search and evaluation
Business case, business plan, and Investment Committee drafting & modeling
Deal structure design
Deal execution and due diligence
Post-deal knowledge management
Track status of digital deals
Ensure that BD&L documentation and processes comply with applicable regulatory requirements and internal policies and procedures
Participate in and coordinate team activities with the broader BD&L practice
What you’ll bring to the role :
WHY CONSIDER NOVARTIS?
817 million. That’s how many lives our products touched in 2018. And while we’re proud of that, in this world of digital and technological transformation, we must also ask ourselves this : how can we continue to improve and extend even more people’s lives?
We believe the answers are found when curious, courageous and collaborative people like you are empowered to ask new questions, make bolder decisions and take smarter risks.
We are Novartis. Join us and help reimagine medicine.