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Senior Systems Analyst

Posted about 1 month ago

Job Description

As Senior Systems Analyst you will be responsible to provide overall IT stewardship for warehouse and laboratory computer systems. With the help of IT leadership, this person will oversee and support implementation of new solutions, testing, management, troubleshooting, and administration of new and existing systems within laboratory and warehouse environment

Key individual will align closely with Quality and Manufacturing teams to and help determine effective and efficient mechanisms to build compliance and quality into the technical solutions.

The individual will step into business analysis and project management duties for projects related to system enhancements, site implementations, and new technology adoption.

Key Responsibilities:

Oversee and support implementation of new solutions, testing, management, troubleshooting, and administration of new and existing systems within laboratory and warehouse environment
Collaborate with global IT colleagues and other stakeholders to support existing processes and technologies. Identify customer requirements, assess impact to the delivery of applications and other IT functions.
Support delivery of IT services and coordination with local and global resources on the status of projects and support efforts.
Manage and support tasks and deliverables related to Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC) phases for laboratory computer systems. Ensures that system implementations are in keeping with the relevant FDA / 21 CFR Part 11, GxP guidelines as well as internal policies and processes.
Manage stakeholder expectations, project timelines, and deliverables for new projects
Provide Technical support for current and new workflow enhancements
Provide guidance on system design and technical configurations where capable
Interface directly with various Business, QA and IT functional areas.



Qualifications

Strong project management skills to lead the deployment of the global projects Proven experience working in a highly regulated environment within the Pharmaceutical Industry.
Extensive knowledge and experience of cGMP and its implementation to laboratory instrumentation and laboratory processes.
Experience in 21 CFR Part 11, GAMP
Bachelor's degree required,
Self-directed with ability to organize and prioritize work.