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Please log onto your Internal Career Site to apply for this job.Job Description
The mission in the Operations group supports the Global Patient Safety (GLPS) mission to protect patients and ensure Gilead is compliant with global safety regulations via the following:
Support of PVE functions on technical issues, systems and process improvement initiatives, Argus database, REMS and pharmacovigilance systems
Management of ICSRs and submission of Suspected Unexpected Serious Reactions to investigators/ethics committees, and aggregate reports to applicable ethics committees
Support for Gilead clinical studies including review of study protocols, development of Serious Adverse Event (SAE) process flows and reconciliations and provision of training material for contract research organizations (CROs) and investigators
This position will primarily focus on the clinical trial support for studies based both in the local office as well as the potential of international based studies. This includes managing form the GLPS a number of study managent teams, reconciliaiton, etc.
Must be able to facilitate effective interactions within the Pharmacovigilance & Epidemiology Department, as well as with other departments within the company (Clinical departments, Medical Affairs, Epidemiology, Regulatory, Biometrics, Legal, QA, IT, Commercial operations), and Gilead affiliates/partners.
Defines GLPS project team strategy and manages or leads functional and cross-functional projects as a key representative of PVE Operations management team
Oversees activities associated with clinical trial management, clinical trial conventions, and/or clinical trial submissions activities.
Contributes to development of standardized clinical trial practices, procedures, metrics and measures productivity and performance of PVE Operations.
Ensure study management team leads are in compliance with all clinical trial reporting requirements to partners and regulators.
Collaborates with all GLPS functional groups to ensure compliance with regulations and GLPS standards to ensure that GLPS is compliant with all current regulations pertaining to clinical trial product safety as well as company policies.
Serves as consultant to GLPS management in area of clinical trial conventions and expertise and acts as a spokesperson for the GLPS organization in matters pertaining to its policies, plans, and long-term strategic trial objective
Knowledge and experience with clinical trial safety reporting and regulatory compliance and experience with international safety reporting/regulations is a must
Identifies best practices for continuous improvement of case quality, compliance, and process improvements.
Experience with participation in GCP audits
Utilizes strong operational management skills to ensure team is achieving the strategic business goals of GLPS
Demonstrates the ability to handle increasing responsibilities as scope of responsibilities may change (team growth, integration efforts across other department organizations)
Effectively represents PVE on multidisciplinary teams; ability to evaluate and analyze procedural gaps.
Partners with Clinical Operations Study leads to ensure alignment of process handoffs between the clinical and GLPS teams, including oversight of GLPS work performed by Clinical CROs.
Able to gather information of assigned tasks or activities for one of more projects
Works independently, establishing work priorities and direction with minimal input.
Knowledge, Experience & Skills
Excellent oral and written English communications skills.
Ability to work both within the group and across groups.
Demonstrated effectiveness in cooperation and teamwork skills.
Judgment/problem solving skills.
Analytical and assessment skills.
Planning and information seeking skills.
Attention to detail.
Ability to understand and effectively relate to external and internal customers.
Good working knowledge of computer technology.
Relevant drug safety, drug development, or clinical trial experience.
Previous people management skills required for people management responsibilities
An in-depth knowledge and thorough understanding of FDA, EU and global regulations, ICH guidelines, and GCPs that govern drug safety and pharmacovigilance.
Degree in biological sciences, nursing, pharmacy or medicine preferred.
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