Reporting to the VP of Strategy and Portfolio Management, the Associate Director of Portfolio Strategy and Analytics will work cross-functionally, with executive, functional and program leadership, to define and support the implementation of Intellia’s portfolio strategy.
The breadth and modularity of Intellia’s CRISPR/Cas9 gene editing platform enables an incredible number of potential opportunities to develop transformative therapeutics, highlighting the importance of informed portfolio decision-making. As a result, this is a high-impact role that will play a critical part in defining the evolution of Intellia’s pipeline, including both in vivo and ex vivo therapies.
Develop and implement analytical frameworks and modeling approaches to support strategic decision-making and overarching portfolio strategy
Partner with program and functional leadership to develop assumptions required to support portfolio modeling and analytics
Establish and implement overarching portfolio strategy and prioritization in collaboration with cross-functional leadership
Conduct business case analyses / provide analytical support for emerging pipeline and platform program teams
Develop analytics to support long-range planning in collaboration with finance and program management
Collaborate with / support business development to assess and guide opportunities consistent with corporate strategy
8+ years’ work experience in equity research, consulting, investment banking, and/or industry
Ability to develop and implement advanced portfolio analytics, revenue forecasts, and valuation models required
Ability to work effectively in matrixed organization
Demonstrated ability to communicate with and influence stakeholders with diverse range of expertise
Strong verbal and written communication skills, as well as comfort presenting to executive audiences
Experience with market analytics, market research, and competitive intelligence preferred
BA/BS required, PhD and/or MBA preferred
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