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Document Management Specialist

Company: Hobson Prior
Location: Cambridgeshire
Reference: FC
Closing Date: 06 Sep 18
Type: Contract
Salary (£): On Application
Benefits: Excellent package!

Job Summary:

Description:  Development of regulated or process documents with the ability to deliver high quality documentation including technical writing. Why is the position open? To support the management of Research and Development (R&D) controlled processes and the creation and/or revision of associated documentation.

Requirements:

Description: 

Development of regulated or process documents with the ability to deliver high quality documentation including technical writing.

Why is the position open?

To support the management of Research and Development (R&D) controlled processes and the creation and/or revision of associated documentation.

Onboarding/ First 30 days:

Role will receive appropriate training and orientation to support delivery of the responsibilities including: 

  • QCA Process Documentation Management Role Based Curriculum (including Learning Management System courses and SOPs) 
  • Introduction to QCA group and related activities 
  • Controlled document template and style guide

Job Details:

  • The primary responsibilities may include, but are not limited to the following:
  • Management of R&D process documentation per required process (e.g. Standard Operating Procedure [SOP] on SOPs) in accordance with agreed timelines and in adherence with format, content and style guidelines, giving consideration to usability and ensuring accuracy, consistency and quality.
  • Development and facilitation of the creation and/or revision of materials such as SOPs, manuals, and related business process documentation in conjunction with Subject Matter Experts. Note: these activities will usually take place virtually and across different time zones.
  • Liaison with other members of the QCA group (e.g. Business Process Modellers) and also the business (e.g. Business Process Owner, Document Owner, Authors, Subject Matter Experts).
  • Management of documents via the established R&D Document Review process using the electronic document repository (EDM Quality).
  • Track and provide regular updates to process project inventory tool and to key Points of Contact

Skills Required

  • Experience in developing regulated or process documents with the ability to deliver high quality documentation including technical writing. 
  • Sound project management and organizational skills. 
  • Ability to work independently and as a team player, demonstrating excellent collaboration and people management skills, preferably to include experience in influencing and negoti-ation. 
  • Experience in leading virtual teams within different regions and cultures. 
  • Proficient in discerning, high quality verbal and written communication. 
  • Experience of electronic clinical trial/SOP/document systems (e.g., Documentum). 
  • Good working knowledge of Microsoft Word. 
  • 3+ years’ experience preferably in R&D/pharmaceutical industry, with knowledge of quali-ty and compliance

 

If this role is of interest please make an application by either completing the form below or contacting me directly on 01892 612 612 or frankie.cunningham@hobsonprior.com 

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Contact Information:

Address:  Hobson Prior International Ltd
Wellington Gate
7-9 Church Rd.
Tunbridge Wells
kent
TN1 1HT
England
Tel:  01892 612 612
Fax:  01892 612 613
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