Pfizer Senior Manager, Content Management and Authoring in Groton, Connecticut

ROLE SUMMARY

Content Management and Authoring Senior Manager is accountable for providing leadership and subject matter expertise in the management and execution of Content Management and Authoring solutions. The incumbent will work with clinical, regulatory and safety functional lines and BT partners to identify and deploy advanced CMA solutions that promote authoring and process automation.

ROLE RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Champion automation across the organization, identify new opportunities, oversee active projects and day-to-day operations execute projects through successful deployment.

  • Collaborate across CMA, IM and BT to connect automation opportunities throughout business processes

  • Develop vision for how authoring and process automation can be deployed across the organization.

  • Establish a framework for measuring the value of automations.

  • Establish a framework for continuous improvement of automations for regulatory.

  • Establish and lead appropriate governance to engage CMA stakeholders in prioritizing opportunities for automation

  • Drive innovation in automation practices by leading a collaborative program of continuous improvement.

  • Partner with BT to interface with strategic products and services vendors to understand and influence products and platforms direction, usability, features and performance to assist business efficiency and quality.

  • Take maximum advantage of new technology by proactively engaging in partner groups to explore new solutions.

  • Lead/facilitate development of solution test strategies and user acceptance testing approaches during system releases to ensure high quality systems

BASIC QUALIFICATIONS

  • BS/MS in Information Science, Life Sciences, Business or a related discipline with a comprehensive understanding of data and systems used in the R&D processes.

  • Graduate degree preferred

  • Minimum 5 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.

  • Excellent analytical skills with demonstrated ability to investigate and solve problems

  • Minimum of 5+ years of project and/or program management experience

  • Knowledge of application system management and change control processes, application validation and implementation in a GxP environment.

  • Knowledge of Pharmaceutical metadata and standards

  • Experience with query tools/data extraction techniques (e.g., SQL, PL/SQL, Brio, MS_Access) is a plus.

  • Demonstrated customer relationship skills and capabilities to collaborate with teams.

  • Experience working with international colleagues, with skills to understand and present the "big picture" in terms of potential implications

  • Ability to communicate complex information and analyses to a variety of audiences in both verbal and written format

EEO & Employment Eligibility

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