1+ months

Centralized Data Management

**Position Purpose**

This role will work within a team whose main focus will be to interpret the regulatory data received across different geographies, functions, divisions and ensuring key activities and regulatory systems updates are completed whilst adhering to all policies, practices and procedures. Timeliness/ accuracy in the data entry and removal of workload associated with data entry from Regulatory Strategy teams will be key performance indicators for this role. These activities ensure data integrity to enable the organization to have visibility across all functions within a products lifecycle. It is essential that all systems are clearly and accurately updated within the timelines specified in the Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) or business process documentation to ensure regulatory compliance.

**Primary Responsibilities**

+ Review and interpret the data provided by the PCO to establish the system / tools required to be populated in line with current standard operating procedures or business process documentation, including systems and SOPs associated with the regulatory data scope.

+ Perform data entry and quality control tasks associated in all global regulatory systems impacted, including systems associated with the regulatory data scope.

+ Review audit reports from the systems and resolve errors to ensure integrity of data

+ Identifies issues and provides input into solutions

+ Accountable for remediation efforts associated with their scope as part of SCC global rollout.

+ Perform monthly PEARL compliance report review and complete remediation activities in close partnership with Regulatory strategist teams

+ Adhering to quality control procedures and standards related to the systems or tools ensuring Regulatory Compliance

+ Support global/local team members with data management workload when necessary to provide flexible support for the portfolio.

+ Adhere to Pfizer compliance standards

+ Act as Regulatory Data SME in regions supported

+ Produce country/regional reports as required

+ Support audit as part of regulatory data / system scope

+ Contributes to the completion of moderately complex projects as needed

+ Has strong knowledge/understanding of the principles and concepts of the discipline.

+ Makes decisions within guidelines and policies to resolve moderately complex problems

+ Can support Manager and CDM leadership in the design or modification standard methods and techniques.

+ May teach or mentor other more junior staff and review work completed by other colleagues when acting in mentor role.

+ May be required to communicate and explain difficult issues and works to establish consensus

+ May take responsibility for a portion of the work team's milestones/ deliverables.

+ May be performing the appropriate QC of analyst activities within the systems

+ Coordinate the development of guidelines and keeping them updated holding key information on how to perform system update considering each market specifics.

**Technical Skill Requirements**

+ Computer literacy in MS Word/Outlook/Excel/Adobe Acrobat.

+ Proven technical aptitude and ability to quickly learn and use new software, regulations and quality standards

+ Functional and technical knowledge and skills to do the job at a high level of accomplishment

+ Proven technical aptitude

+ Quick learner with ability to multi-task

+ Ability to work with accuracy and attention to detail

+ Ability to work with autonomy and/or part of a team in a busy environment

+ Demonstrated ability to work in a highly regulated environment

+ Quality focus

+ Customer orientation

+ Analysis and solution of problems

+ Effective communication

+ English intermediate to advance (written and spoken)

+ Proven ability to coach and mentor others

+ Proven ability to oversee and QC others work

+ Ability to effectively communication with Regulatory professionals in other countries

**Qualifications (i.e., preferred education, experience, attributes)**

+ Academic Degree: Professional in Pharmaceutical Chemistry or equivalent

+ Regulatory knowledge and experience (at least 4-5 years)

+ Demonstrated ability to work in a highly regulated environment

+ Project Management Experience

Pfizer is an equal opportunity employer and complies with all applicable equal employment opportunity legislation in each jurisdiction in which it operates.

Regulatory Affairs


Posted: 2020-03-16 Expires: 2020-06-17

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