Shire GMA Business Solutions Manager in Lexington, Massachusetts
Enable Global Medical Affairs to execute medical planning activities and achieve healthcare professional relationship management goals by defining and deploying CRM system capabilities, processes and metrics
Enable Global Medical Affairs to manage Publication processes by defining and deploying relevant capabilities, processes and metrics
Contribute to the delivery of KPIs and metrics supporting Global Medical Affairs’ analytics objectives by executing data governance projects and building relevant dashboards and reports
GMA Solution roadmap management and related metrics delivery:
Work with internal and external stakeholders to define strategy and identify requirements for Global Medical Affairs CRM system and Publications system.
Lead the implementation of enhancements by collaborating with Shire partners (e.g. R&D IT, QA, approved vendors)
Work with internal and external stakeholders to manage and harmonize the use of CRM and Publications processes and systems within Global Medical Affairs, and ensure they are aligned with Legal, Regulatory and Compliance requirements
Work with subject matter experts to communicate the availability of Process and Operations service offerings, and to elicit feedback on how to improve operations around processes and systems use
As assigned, facilitate the progression of a GMA system, as well as related processes and operations by providing project work stream management
Work with GMA Training and vendors to develop and provide end-user training on CRM and Publications System
Support the implementation and maintenance of one or more GMA systems (CRM, Publications system):
Collaborate with GMA Business Solutions Lead(s), GMA teams, Legal, Regulatory and Compliance partners to address systems issues/needs
Support GMA Solution Lead(s) in defining approaches to systems integration and/or define requirements for new GMA systems and procedures
Provide super-user/application administrative end user support for CRM and Publications systems
Support definition and management of procedures, communication and training for relevant GMA systems:
- Provide input into the development SOPs, procedures and training for use of systems and processes by Global Medical Affairs team members
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