Pfizer Data & Study Management, Sr. Associate in Pearl River, New York
Why Patients Need You Technology impacts everything we do. Pfizer's digital and 'data first' strategy focuses on implementing impactful and innovative technology solutions across all functions from research to manufacturing. Whether you are digitizing drug discovery and development, identifying solutions, or making our work easier and faster, you will be making a difference to countless lives.
What You Will Achieve The position sits within the Vaccine R&D Research Informatics organization where the qualified individual will utilize knowledge of informatics, laboratory testing, clinical research operations, and GxP regulatory processes to contribute to configuration of studies and data management. Within this role the individual will be assigned work by the Data Management lead and will partner with scientists, analysts, clinicians, engineers, architects, and various stakeholder groups to ensure information systems are maintained and available for customer use. Specifically, the position is responsible for creating Clinical Specimen Analysis Plans (CSAPs) for Vaccine R&D studies and translating the contents into study configurations within LIMS. The individual is also responsible for the downstream maintenance, reconciliation, and transfer of the results gathered for these studies. A background in basic computer programming, creating complex spreadsheets to track data, and/or a strong expertise in computer/information systems is expected.
The work is fast paced and both the number of studies, especially with the success of the COVID program, and amount of data continues to grow. Coordination and collaboration are at the center of the fast-paced role, and the individual will have to use best judgement to juggle emergencies, "nice-to-have" requests, and broader needs across many stakeholders, partners, and technical analysts. Meeting deadlines and milestones is critical to the success of Pfizer's vaccine portfolio with extreme care and dedication often required at major study milestones. Work will be expected to be performed mostly independently, with guidance around high-level expectations, and success will be driven by the individual's organizational skills and collaboration across project teams.
Work is performed under strict compliance and SOP guidelines, with attention to detail being critical. Proactive communication with both customers and fellow Research Informatics colleagues AND a passion for innovating is needed to succeed in the role. Work will occur on-site although end-user support of external partners may be required, with travel needed on rare occasions.
How You Will Achieve It
Under guidance of supervisor, collaborate with other informatics analysts and architects to create or maintain studies/data.
Collaborate with the study clinician / clinical scientist and VRD laboratory manager to create the CSAP for assigned studies within VRD.
Collaborate with Alliance Partners / CROs data management to design and develop the eCRF for the samples that are to be sent to VRD for clinical testing.
Collaborate with the VRD laboratory managers to create aliquot distribution plans and workbox types, etc.
Collaborate with Sample Management to ensure studies are defined as per sample collection and receipt requirements and ensure discrepancies are resolved for any mismatched events or samples.
Ensure active communication exists between various stakeholders to shepherd CSAPs/studies to completion and interim milestones.
With the utmost attention to integrity and quality, reconcile and transfer final data results to Clinical/GPD or any relevant destinations by agreed upon deadlines.
Highlight to supervisor and other informatics leaders any performance gaps and investigate new areas for improvements.
Maintain detailed notes for assigned tasks, write departmental SOPs, and maintain any technical paperwork or forms as required.
Design and execute new or existing reports; Write and execute ad-hoc queries.
Complete any assignments associated with external labs and ensure external partner labs can securely analyze and/or transfer data associated with any assigned projects.
Contribute to the validation of computer systems as assigned.
Mentor junior informatics personnel and partner with consultants when assigned.
Maintain highest minimum compliance required by regulatory standards.
Computer Science, Information Systems, or Life Sciences related degree plus tangible, work experience.
Experience working with or as Laboratory Analyst, Data Analyst, Sample Manager, Systems Analyst, Clinical Project Manager, and/or Clinician.
Prior knowledge of LIMS or similar system required, potentially as admin or super-user.
Experience with designing, developing, creating reports, and/or querying databases preferred.
Experience working with outside laboratories and in establishing data exchanges preferred.
Operational experience within regulated laboratories required.
Experience within GxP process and with regulated documentation (including system documentation).
Expertise within the pharmaceutical or R&D environment.
Strong oral and written communication skills.
Able to juggle various studies or activities with varying priorities and complexity simultaneously.
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