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  • Job Type
    Full-time Position
  • Background
    Medical and Healthcare
  • Languages
    English
  • Experience Required
    3 - 5 Years
  • Degree Required
    Bachelor
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    • Date Posted
      May 17,2021
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    • 周年特惠 IP

    Associate Director, Global Public Health, Risk Management

    • Drive strong quality oversight and implementation of robust risk management strategies across the portfolio
    • Develop and manage Integrated Quality Plans (IQPs) to support business-critical activities such as health authority submissions to support new molecular entities or new indications for use.
    • Execute quality oversight activities as per the IQP plan and work with risk owners across R&D functions to develop effective risk mitigation plans to control risks identified in the IQP.
    • Provide input to trial oversight and quality strategies to ensure that issues are identified in the IQP and mitigated early, and that predefined risk mitigation plans in the IQP are executed in a timely fashion and are effective in mitigating the risk to an acceptable level.
    • Lead quality working groups (QWGs) to define and refine the IQP. Organize and lead meetings of the QWG to periodically assess quality metrics to determine if risks are adequately defined and controlled under the IQP. Communicate outcomes of QWG meetings to relevant stakeholders including senior management.
    • Lead or assist in the early identification, escalation, and resolution of significant quality issues that pose a significant risk to achievement of core company objectives.
    • In collaboration with Regulatory Compliance, lead inspection-readiness activities to support health authority submissions. Develop and execute pre-inspection readiness activities for internal Janssen R&D and external parties that contribute to regulatory submissions.
    • May manage site Inspections as well as Sponsor Monitor Inspections outside the three major inspectorates (FDA, EMA, MHRA). Support inspections managed by Regulatory Compliance.
    • Leverage quality analytics data and contextualize key quality insights to primary stakeholders and provide quality consultancy. Consult/collaborate with other BRQC functions to harness the single point of contact model to our business partners.
    • Consult with appropriate BRQC business partners and peers to provide guidance or review and approve Corrective and Preventative Action Plans (Self-Identified, Inspection). May also develop Corrective and Preventative Action Plans.
    • Collaborate with external development partners for joint clinical quality oversight as per clinical quality agreements.
    • Provide regular status reports to BRQC management.
    • Resolve compliance/regulatory issues with business leaders within the Therapeutic Area (TA)/Disease Area Stronghold (DAS).
    • Lead cross-functional teams to determine risk level and make decisions about proper mitigation of risk to ensure submission success.
    • Participate in/lead QP&S, cross-BRQC Janssen, cross-functional, or cross-sector working groups to develop or refine processes, tools, and systems that support key activities.
    • Train/mentor others with regard to teamwork, interpretation of regulatory requirements, risk management, and compliance activities.
    • Lead both functional and cross functional workstreams and initiatives, embedding innovative strategies

    Additional responsibilities:

    • Collaboration with Cross Therapeutic Area functional leads to establish oversight and drive consistency in processes and practices
    • Recruitment and hiring of cross TA talent

    Qualifications


    A Bachelor's degree is required, advanced degree is preferred. Degree concentration in a scientific, medical, or related discipline is preferred. Experience working in a medium- to large-scale matrix organization that includes applicable compliance-related healthcare field (i.e., pharmaceutical, medical device, healthcare/hospital system) and/or equivalent time and experience in a related regulated R&D area is required. Knowledge of the drug development process and global GxP compliance regulations, sound research and development practices, scientific and quality terminology, company quality assurance procedures and policies.

    Related experience:

    • Ability to interpret data to develop executable action plans to improve business
    • Strong personal leadership with demonstrated competency interfacing with all levels of the organization including senior leaders
    • Strong networking and relationship-building skills
    • Ability to create an open and inviting environment and embraces generational differences
    • Exceptional written and verbal communication skills and good knowledge of English is required.
    • Experience in R&D process requirements to successfully drive Q&C productivity, strategy optimization, process improvements and efficiencies including development and management of CAPA and facilitation of Root Cause Analysis
    • Ability to motivate professional colleagues and stakeholders
    • Conflict resolution/management and negotiation skills
    • Ability to independently plan, organize, coordinate, manage and execute assigned tasks
    • Strong working knowledge of ICH-GCP and country-specific regulations and guidelines related to clinical development
    • Experience with regulatory submissions (NDA, BLA)
    • Proficient in Microsoft Office applications (Office, Teams, PowerPoint, Word, Excel)
    • Experience collaborating in a cross-functional team environment
    • Experience of key customers’ business processes and practices is an asset
    • A high degree of accuracy and attention to detail and commitment to quality
    • Flexibility to respond to changing business needs

    Preferred experience includes:

    • Experience with fundamentals of clinical trial risk management
    • Experience in Quality Management and Compliance functions
    • Strong project management skills
    • Experience and/or proficiency with data analytics and/or data visualization tools (i.e., Tableau, Spotfire, or related)
    • Ability to analyze and interpret collective data to provide insights to drive decision making
    • Inspection support experience (FDA, EMA, and other inspectorates/health authorities)

    General/soft skills:

    • Relationship building
    • Negotiation and influencing
    • Conflict resolution
    • Problem-solving
    • Proactive strategic thinker
    • Flexibility
    • Ability to create an open environment

    Travel requirements:

    Up to 25% primarily domestic and/or international travel



    Primary Location
    Belgium-Antwerp-Beerse-
    Other Locations
    Europe/Middle East/Africa-Netherlands, North America-United States
    Organization
    Janssen Pharmaceutica N.V. (7555)
    Job Function
    Quality
    Requisition ID
    2105932461W
     
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