Pfizer Senior Information Manager in Andover, Massachusetts
Individuals filling the position are responsible for providing deep subject matter expertise and strong execution/delivery in the management of regulatory information. The scope of applications covers both regulatory strategy and regulatory operations. The incumbent will be responsible for leading medium to large scale information management projects to drive efficiency and value for the Regulatory organization. Incumbent will work closely with functional lines in regulatory to understand their needs and articulate them so we can make active decisions. The incumbent will partner with Pfizer Digital to execute projects and deliver robust solutions.
Ideation - work closely with functional lines to articulate business needs for new solutions or changes to existing solutions.Run workshops, conduct interviews, etc in order to understand the business need.
Document options and proposals for solution governance on how best to meet customer needs
Requirements - Document business requirements for regulatory solutions.Run workshops, conduct interviews with functional line SMEs to ensure full and complete requirements set.Ensure endorsement from functional lines
Drive impact assessments of business requirements and technical changes which include the identification of processes and applications, required changes to these processes and applications, and alternatives to mitigate impact.
Collaborate with functional lines to understand and document the use of the information management solutions with the business process
Coordinate user testing and acceptance of information solutions prior to deployment
Work with regulatory stakeholders to listen to their needs and articulate into projects and provide ongoing status on progress of key projects
Lead continuous improvement projects to simplify and improve system use and system management.
Lead medium to large projects with a medium length duration, following established methodologies
Collaborate with functional lines to ensure a consistent approach with business process-specific training.
Drive active decision making through pre-existing governance with a complex set of stakeholders.
"Candidate demonstrates a breadth of diverse leadership experiences and capabilities inclcuding: the ability to influence and collaborate with peers, develop and coach others, oversee and guide the work of other colleagues to achieve meaningful outcomes and create business impact."
Minimum 7 years pharmaceutical industry experience in (or supporting) any of the following disciplines: clinical drug development, clinical trial management, safety surveillance and reporting, clinical project management, R&D or regulatory reporting and analytics, or regulatory affairs. Related experience in other industries will be considered.
Demonstrated strong analytical skills with demonstrated ability to investigate and solve problems
Demonstrated Knowledge of application system management and change control processes, application validation and implementation in a GxP environment.
Demonstrated strong customer relationship skills and capabilities to collaborate with teams.
Proven ability to communicate complex information and analyses to a variety of audiences in both verbal and written format.
BS/MS in Computer Science, Life Sciences, Business, engineering, statistics or a related discipline
Minimum of 5+ years of project and/or program management experience
A comprehensive understanding of data and systems used in the R&D processes.
Proven technical aptitude with software used in Regulatory (for example tracking, document management, submission publishing tools
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