Research Analysts

 
Location: San Francisco, California
Posted On: 5/11/2017
Job Code: 6454-1
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Category:Non-IT code:new
 
Job Description
 
Job Title: Global Trial Management Assistant III(6454-1)
Location: San-francisco,CA
Duration: 18 months (Possibilities of Extension)

: This position will be part Administrative in that the team member will provide administrative support to approximately 15 team members. In addition, the team member will be providing support to our Clinical team so they should have demonstrated experience and understanding of drug development and the SOPs, processes and work flows that support it. The team member is expected to possess business acumen to work in a large pharmaceutical company, adapt to electronic systems, manage multiple tasks simultaneously, and have attention to detail. Position Purpose: • This position is responsible for providing administrative support to the Early Oncology Development and Clinical Research (EODCR) team. This position will support both staff and special projects within the department. The position will be the single point of accountability for all Administrative needs at an EODCR site and work collaboratively with Administrative peers across the EODCR footprint sites to provide consistency and back-up support as needed. Colleague works as an independent administrative professional, generating high quality results coupled with wider business process thinking, planning and input, based on advanced knowledge of business administration. Understands the strategic business objectives of R&D and EODCR, and partners with team including managers and staff, to execute appropriate administrative tasks to accomplish business objectives productively. • This position is responsible to deliver on clinical research projects that support the EODCR team. Primary Duties: • Responsible to manage and deliver on clinical projects that are related to clinical development with appropriate level of instruction, guidance, and oversight based on SOP, policy and best practice. • Responsible for pulling together data and information from a variety of systems; ability to draw conclusions based on data. • Provide administrative support to the EODCR group. General and complex responsibilities include coordination of calendar (schedules and coordinates arrangements for meetings, anticipates conflicts and needs), make travel arrangements, process expense reports, and regular communication for cross-functional departments. • Responsible to collaborate and align with the other EODCR Administrative team members to ensure the administrative needs are met for the EODCR group. This includes providing coverage when other administrative staff is out of the office. • Creates project purchase orders and ePay requests in Ariba-SAP to support business and recruiting efforts. Demonstrates excellent knowledge of skills with specific and commonly used office software, expert knowledge of specific processes and keeps current on all trainings and upgrades. Physical requirements (<50 lbs) including meeting set-up, adjusting/rearrangement of area furniture, stocking areas supplies/moving supply boxes and carrying equipment to meeting rooms. • Acts as a resource to other Administrative Partners for site specific guidance/support. Uses appropriate discretion in the management of information and manages confidential information in a professional manner. Balances tasks, activities and proactively sets priorities of projects in conjunction with managers needs. • Manage and support the administrative aspects of Technical Review Committee meetings and Protocol Review Committee meetings • Coordination and management of SharePoint repository for departmental documentation (presentations, schedules, agendas, project programs and EODCR meeting materials) – filing and archiving of documentation as appropriate and in accordance with the retention policy • Accurate coordination and completion of requirements/documentation for engaging/contracting with investigator, KOLs and HCP • Provides systems support, establishing appropriate documentation and tracking of business processes Training, Education and Experience: • Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent experience preferred • Advanced hands on experience with a variety of Office applications that support the Administrative function. • Demonstrated understanding of drug development process, SOPs, and GCP. • Excellent communication skills. • 5-10+ years administrative experience required • Expert knowledge of specific processes (IT platforms, SharePoint, Ariba, etc). ust be able to adapt to evolving systems and processes • Expert knowledge of MS Office Suite Release Comments: Please use the below link to begin submitting Candidates
Category:Non-IT  code:new
 
 
Job Requirements
 
 
Administration,Admin Assistant,Sharepoint,SAP, Ariba, Management, Training, Research, Recruiting
 

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