Shire Regulatory Tech & IM Manager in Cambridge, Massachusetts

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JOB LOCATION: Cambridge, MA

POSITION : Regulatory Tech & IM Manager

POSITION DESCRIPTION: Shire Human Genetic Therapies Inc. is seeking a Regulatory Tech & IM Manager with the following duties: provide technical and business support to the Global R&D users that are using the Global Regulatory Systems and Applications; ensure that GRA requirements are incorporated and supported by both new systems and also upgraded to existing systems, in partnership with R&D IT; provide recommendations in formulating new technology and guidance; Provide Business User support and recommendations on the structure and preparation of electronic regulatory specifications and submissions and the ability of publishing tools and systems to support them; represent Global Regulatory Affairs (GRA) as a Subject Matter Expert, providing both business and technical solutions for GRA systems, developing and maintaining supporting information related to the use of GRA systems, e.g. system job aid/ help guide; collaborate with the respective R&D Information Technology teams to drive the development and update of Global Regulatory requirements, processes and standards; establish, update and implement Regulatory required formats, templates, policies, standards, and procedures for regulatory submissions; maintain up-to-date knowledge of global standards and procedures for regulatory submissions, including eCTD, IDMP; publish standards and analyze new and revised guidance, advice regulatory management of new requirements, and recommend course of action; provide recommendations on the approach for the application of expert knowledge of global regulatory; ensure budgets, schedules and performance requirements are met; act as subject matter expert (SME) for GRA System; provide technical and business support for R&D systems; manage support, troubleshooting and communicate with business; act as key contact from IT for business; identify solutions for critical business needs; perform process development methodologies specific to Pharma and validated systems.

REQUIREMENTS: Bachelor's degree in Engineering, Computer Science or related field plus 6 years related experience. Will accept any level of experience in the following required skills: act as subject matter expert (SME) for GRA System; provide technical and business support for R&D systems; manage support, troubleshooting and communicate with business; act as key contact from IT for business; identify solutions for critical business needs; perform process development methodologies specific to Pharma and validated systems.

Full time. $108,000.00 - $146,000.00/year. Competitive compensation and benefits.

Qualified applicants can apply directly to the Shire careers page at: https://jobs.shire.com. Please reference job #R0029182. EOE

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