Content Reporting Lead

ROLE SUMMARY Content Reporting Lead is accountable for providing leadership and subject matter expertise in the management and execution of reporting for the Content Management and Authoring domain (CMA). The Content Reporting Lead will deploy reporting solutions using data from CMA owned enterprise repositories and business process management solutions. The Content reporting lead will partner with Business Technology and other business stakeholders to define data integration opportunities. ROLE RESPONSIBILITIES Establish and execute against a reporting strategy for Content Management and Authoring systems Liaise with business stakeholders and technical groups to define or gather reporting requirements Provide solutions to complex reporting needs and communicate these solutions in to relevant stakeholders to support decision-making Develop and execute ad hoc or standard queries and follow established procedures to validate queries/results in support of business requirements Gather metrics and generate standard reports regarding usage or support of IM systems Lead projects and following established methodologies Participate in and lead quality oriented projects intended to ensure high quality data in our CMA systems Provide data analysis support to key stakeholders BASIC QUALIFICATIONS BS/MS in Computer Science, Life Sciences, Business, engineering, statistics or a related discipline with a comprehensive understanding of data and systems used in the R&D processes. Graduate degreepreferred 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. Experience using Business Intelligence platforms such as Spotfire and Tableau. Experience with query tools/data extraction techniques (e.g., SQL, PL/SQL, Brio, MS_Access) Experience with systems management and maintenance including document management systems, databases, business process management and electronic workflow/routing tools, regulatory submission and tracking systems. Knowledge of application system management and change control processes, application validation and implementation in a GxP environment. Knowledge of Pharmaceutical metadata and standards. Ability to communicate complex information and analyses to a variety of audiences in both verbal and written format. 4724013
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
8 - 10 years

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