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28 days ago

Associate Director, Supply Chain Planning

Biogen Idec Cambridge, MA

The Associate Director, Supply Chain Planning is a member of the Global Supply Chain Commercial Drug Supply team responsible for ensuring continuous… JobMonkey


22 days ago

Associate Scientist II, Surgical Support

Biogen Idec Cambridge, MA

*LI-RD1Qualifications • The qualified candidate will have a track record in providing high quality veterinary care of laboratory animal and assuring… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Associate Director, Commercial Technical Services

Biogen Idec Research Triangle Park, NC

This individual will be a key contributor to the institution of a top-performing, world-class application support and operations function at Biogen… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Manager, Business Planning

Biogen Idec Cambridge, MA

include: • Coordinating the timely and accurate preparation of Quarterly Forecasts, including reports and analysis which provide leadership teams… JobMonkey


30+ days ago

Director, Drug Safety-Alliance and Business Management

Biogen Idec Cambridge, MA

include identification, planning and successful execution of inter/intradepartmental project management initiatives globally for Safety and Benefit… JobMonkey


30+ days ago

Assoc Director, Statistical Programming

Biogen Idec Cambridge, MA

The Associate Director Statistical Programming provides direct statistical programming support across MS therapeutic areas by working closely with… JobMonkey


30+ days ago

Senior Data Management Project Manager

Biogen Idec Cambridge, MA

• Knowledge of GCP and other regulations. Aware of current global regulatory guidelines relevant to Clinical Data Management. • Technical/Software… Glassdoor


6 days ago

Director, Legal

Biogen Idec United States

may include: • Review and advise on key global regulatory filings (sBLA/BLA) and briefing documents where issues involving exclusivity are at… JobMonkey


30+ days ago

Director, Planning & Operations

Biogen Idec Cambridge, MA

· Provides leadership, direction, and planning for GM-wide initiatives. Facilitates strategic alignment and key… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Scientist II, Analytical Method Development/Protein Characterization

Biogen Idec Research Triangle Park, NC

include development of mass spectrometric and chromatography/electrophoresis methods for characterization and/or lot release testing of therapeutic… Glassdoor


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    Biogen Idec

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    Former Employee - Senior Manager  in  Cambridge, MA (US)
    Former Employee - Senior Manager in Cambridge, MA (US)

    I worked at Biogen Idec full-time for more than 8 years

    Pros

    Good benefits. Recent stock increase is major benefit to those that have been there for a while. Decent pay. Overall really talented group of people working there.

    Huge benefit if you are a scientist as this is one of the top Biotechs in the industry.

    Overall the drugs the company makes have a huge benefit to the patients that take them. That is the best motivator is that the company's product has a positive impact in the lives of many people with MS and other debilitating diseases.

    Cons

    IT went through massive layoffs and then we were all expected to do the same jobs, fill in all of the gaps and get paid the same. Overall not a very effective approach, except to the bottom line, which is what the overall focus is and will continue to be.
    Also if you are not best buddies with upper management your chance for promotion is extremely limited in your area. Promotion, at least in IT, was rarely merit based.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    If management really wants to move from a "Command and Control" mentality to having committed, dedicated employees, then make positions and promotions merit based and not based on past relationships at former companies.
    The obvious focus is the bottom line and stock holders of upper management. Call a spade a spade and just say that...almost every other company in the world does.

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