Support in Business/Technical Analysis Reference number: 2136

  • Online since: 03-12-2021
  • Sector: Pharma
  • Freelance or Employee
  • Region: Brussels
  • Start: 03-01-2022 | End: 31-12-2022
  • Category: IT

Job description

The mission covers Business and Technical Analysis activities to support the implementation of ISO IDMP (Identification of Medicinal Products) in Europe, as part of the Data Harmonization & Interoperability Program (DHI Program).

The DHI Program is a global Program part of the Company’s Digital Strategy to expand the internal systems to be compliant with ISO IDMP for the EU by 2022, with PQ/CMC in the US, and with similar initiatives in the world. The program also targets the harmonization and interoperability of regulatory data across internal systems, using IDMP as a common language.

Within the DHI Program, the primary activities of the services include data and system readiness for the IDMP implementation in the EU (IDMP Data Remediation & IDMP Submission Tool).

What you'll do

  • IDMP Data Remediation:
    o Collect information in scope of IDMP Iteration 1 in Europe, which are not available yet within internal systems (e.g. RIM)
    o The information needs to be collected from source documents (e.g. Module 3, SmPCs), in close collaboration with Regulatory Affairs, CMC… departments and under the supervision of the Data Governance Committee
    o The collected information needs to be aligned and harmonized as per IDMP requirements in the EU, and loaded into the relevant source syst
  • IDMP Submission Tool:
    o Contribute to the definition of to-be IDMP submission requirements and processes, to support the selection of a submission tool in line with the objectives of the DHI Program
    o Contribute to the integration of the selected IDMP submission tool in the company landscape
    o Contribute to the implementation of the submission tool, including user acceptance testing, training materials, procedures, running-in, support to end users…
    The mission will be conducted in close rela

Required skills

  • Bachelor’s degree & English is required at a fluent level
  • Background in Regulatory Affairs Operations and/or Information Technology
  • Knowledge of the European Regulatory Affairs environment including marketing authorization types (CP, MRP/DCP, NP), and the main application types
  • Knowledge of the Pharmacovigilance regulation (Regulation EU 1235/2010) including IDMP, SPOR and/or XEVMPD
  • Knowledge of Regulatory Information Management Systems (RIM)
  • Knowledge of the structure of information on medicinal products and substances
  • Knowledge of the structure and contents of the Dossier (e.g. Module 3) is a plus
  • 5 years in business analysis and/or project management within large organizations
  • Experience with Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC) to implement GxP systems is a plus
  • Document and records management, content management
  • Knowledge of MS Office tools is a must, especially MS Excel
  • Experience with the technical aspects of using databases, logical data models, SQL… is a plus
  • Knowledge of Liquent Insight 6.x for Registrations is a plus
  • Knowledge of Document Management Systems (e.g. Documentum-based systems) is a plus
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Laura Bral Recruiter
02 629 77 72
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