Regulatory Strategy & Planning Manager

  • Location:
    San Jose, California, US
  • Alternate Location
    Austin,Texas;RTP,North Carolina
  • Area of Interest
    Supply Chain
  • Compensation Range
    106400 USD - 185500 USD
  • Job Type
  • Technology Interest
  • Job Id

What You'll Do

As a strategy & planning manager you will be responsible to develop and advise the strategic and long-range goals of the organization including proposals to mitigate any impacts due to new or existing ruling and to provide insights into how to expand into new markets, keeping from a manufacturing fulfillment lens.

  • Represent global manufacturing operations and supply chain in multidisciplinary govt affairs and trade team conversations where applicable.
  • Develop and execute global regulatory strategies for manufacturing fulfillment across one or more programs.
  • Lead all aspects of the global regulatory lifecycle of assigned investigational programs, handling timelines and coordinating content till RTB.
  • Review and communicate current regulatory requirements for compliance for US and international regulations
  • Develop business plans that will be implemented by reviewing and establishing strategic priorities and convert them to quantitative and actionable plans.
  • Develop and recommend viable scenarios for mitigating any potential risks and develop risk reports for the senior management and business leadership.
  • Help influence senior leaders in implementing business strategies which meet their goals.
  • Provide support in strategizing individual functions and review, analyze and handle all existing functional strategies to ensure all functions align with the business's key strategies tied to country regulations that impact fulfillment strategy.
  • Use analytics for benchmarking initial results to measure long-term market trends which aid in making financial and resource decisions.
  • Adopt strategies that try to raise business value and cut costs. While analyzing the major cause of the current state and provide a constructive solution and preventative plan.
  • Ability to overcome political, behavioral, and detailed barriers to enable creativity, change and business growth.
  • Conceptualize and develop outstanding initiatives which help provide alternative solutions to the existing problems, while also identifying gaps in the business and advice on the corrective actions vital.
  • Ensure strategies being promoted in a business earn profit and promote economic development.
  • Assist business fit into the current dynamic economy by identifying and implementing relevant methods for increased business efficiency.

Who You'll Work With

Collaborate with the cross-functional teams, external consultants, and advisors is crucial to seamlessly integrate regulatory plans and strategies in alignment with overall Supply Chain objectives. Work with senior executive leadership in setting the businesses' agenda and vision and developing business goals. You will be encouraged to work in a matrix organization with multiple team members across, operations, product, partner, IT, compliance, legal, finance, and trade teams.

Who You Are

Being able to develop a culture of ethical behavior in the business to support continued growth, efficiency and positive employee and client relationships. You have ability to summarize detailed requirements into a digestible, fluid message that can be tailored for multiple levels of the organization. You have outstanding research, analytical abilities and strong leadership skills.

Minimum Requirements For This Role

  • 9+years of applicable experience, with a focus in supply chain, finance, trade, regulations, economics or business management. Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience in business or any other related field.
  • Strategic management experience in one or more of the following: Management consulting, Business Administration, Strategic Planning, Trade & Govt Affairs.
  • Experience working with govt affairs, and other trade and regulatory bodies within Cisco and external to Cisco.
  • Ability to interpret and apply sophisticated regulatory guidance.
  • In-depth knowledge of trade guidelines and global regulations
  • Strong written and verbal communication, analytical, organizational, and interpersonal skills
  • Hands on experience in Manufacturing, Fulfillment process and ability to assess impact due to regulations.
  • You have program management expertise, knowledge of Supply Chain systems, ability to drive the efforts with large multi-functional teams.

Why Cisco

We will ensure that individuals with disabilities are provided reasonable accommodation to participate in the job application or interview process, to perform essential job functions, and to receive other benefits and privileges of employment. Please contact us to request accommodation.

Why Cisco?

#WeAreCisco. We are all unique, but collectively we bring our talents to work as a team, to develop innovative technology and power a more inclusive, digital future for everyone. How do we do it? Well, for starters – with people like you!

Nearly every internet connection around the world touches Cisco. We’re the Internet’s optimists. Our technology makes sure the data traveling at light speed across connections does so securely, yet it’s not what we make but what we make happen which marks us out. We’re helping those who work in the health service to connect with patients and each other; schools, colleges, and universities to teach in even the most challenging of times. We’re helping businesses of all shapes and sizes to connect with their employees and customers in new ways, providing people with access to the digital skills they need and connecting the most remote parts of the world – whether through 5G, or otherwise.

We tackle whatever challenges come our way. We have each other’s backs, we recognize our accomplishments, and we grow together. We celebrate and support one another – from big and small things in life to big career moments. And giving back is in our DNA (we get 10 days off each year to do just that).

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