Vice President, Strategy and M&A Business Development, BioProcessing (US - Remot
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Job Summary

The VP, Strategy & M&A Business Development for BioProcessing position is a critical role at Avantor and is responsible for strategy development, identifying inorganic growth opportunities, and leading the development of the M&A pipeline for BioProcessing. This role will serve as a member of the BioProduction Leadership Team as well as the Strategy and M&A team and will report directly to Avantor's EVP, Strategy and Corporate Development.


POSITION PROFILE

Role is highly strategic and meant to drive the M&A engine for bioprocessing. Candidates will take full responsibility for market deep dives, asset identification and prioritization, and development of the M&A pipeline, including cultivation of M&A target relationships. The role will work very closely with executives to drive internal research, build consensus and make recommendations. They will take the lead in the annual strategic planning exercise for the bioproduction business and liase closely with life science research & services to drive integrated business strategies. In addition, the role will be expected to have an extensive network of outside KOLs in respective market segments for primary research purposes.

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • In collaboration with the members of the Bioproduction leadership team, lead the strategic planning and portfolio evaluation and metrics processes for the business
  • Perform gap analysis to business unit portfolio, and define strategic and tactical steps to best position for accelerated growth
  • Prepare market assessments and/or market space gap analysis and identify specific potential targets for acquisition or collaborations. Create business case proposals to generate support from Avantor's broader executive leadership team
  • Develop relationships with target executives and shareholders and manage a funnel of inorganic opportunities including tuck in acquisitions and partnership opportunities
  • Lead various phases of the M&A process including analysis of inorganic strategy and markets, target identification and screening, and business due diligence, and the achievement of business objectives after the close of acquisitions and collaborations. Lead contract negotiations for collaborations
  • Work with bioproduction business leadership, the strategy and M&A team, & executive leadership to support transaction approval processes
  • Prepare and present new business opportunities to senior leaders
  • Contribute to a collaborative, diverse, equitable, and inclusive high performance culture

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Prior experience (7+ years) and success in M&A business development in life sciences, especially biopharma production, specifically focused on market and target evaluations, and cultivation, development, and management of a M&A pipeline, including relationships with target ownership. A broad network of relationships with KOLs and biopharma companies preferred
  • Passionate about developing new inorganic growth vectors for an acquisitive life science firm
  • Works collaboratively and effectively in matrixed, multinational environments
  • Strong strategy development capabilities, including facilitating leadership teams through strategic planning processes and building consensus around strategic priorities
  • Demonstrated interest in and support for developing diverse, equitable, and inclusive high performance teams
  • Master's degree in Business Administration (MBA), sciences/engineering, and/or PhD highly preferred. Biopharma industry experience in technology areas such as gene or cell therapy preferred

DISCLAIMER:
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by employees assigned to this classification. They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills required of employees assigned to this position.
Avantor is proud to be an equal opportunity employer.

EEO Statement:

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Colorado and New York Equal Pay Transparency:

Avantor is committed to equitable compensation practices. The compensation range for this role is:

$190,000.00 - $304,000.00

Final compensation for this role will be determined by various factors such as minimum and preferred qualifications, knowledge, skills, abilities, education, experience and location.

 

Job Summary
Company
Start Date
As soon as possible
Employment Term and Type
Regular, Full Time
Required Education
Master's Degree
Required Experience
7+ years
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