Jocelyn Blackham is recruiting for a Document Management Specialist to join a global biopharmaceutical company at their site based in Lausanne on a permanent basis.
The main purpose of the role will be to:
- Ensure the proper management, access and preservation of documents, content and information generated by all departments of the business
- Manage, update and customize document management tools Ennov and the Veeva Vault eTMF and provide end user training and support
- Administer and configure Veeva Vault eTMF system, in collaboration with the Veeva support team
- Maintain document management systems to ensure documents are being processed and filed accurately and according to DPI Standard Operating Procedures (SOP's)
- Regularly complete document up-loads, changes and generation of reports
- Provide training on Ennov and Veeva applications; manage the training modules and provide a first level of end-user support
- Manage and supervise the local library management and archiving systems
In order to be considered for this role, you will be required to have the following qualifications, skills and experience:
- Bachelor of Science in Information Studies or equivalent degree (or equivalent)
- Previous document management experience in a clinical research or similar scientific setting as an Information and Documentation Specialist
- Sound knowledge and experience of working with a document management system
- Proficient with Document Management Application in a controlled GxP environment
- Effective communication skills; able to read, write and speak French and English fluently
- Proficient with digital library management systems and archiving/retention policies
This is an excellent opportunity to join an organisation developing pharmaceutical products targeting unmet medical needs.
Please quote reference QLS42018 in all correspondence.
You MUST be eligible to work in Switzerland. Learn more
- Agency: CK Group (Science, Clinical, Engineers and IT Recruitment)
- Posted: 1st May 2018
- Expires: 29th May 2018
- Reference: QLS42018