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Bristol-Myers Squibb is hiring a Global Safety Risk Management (GSRM) Associate!

Global Safety Risk Management (GSRM) Associate

Summary:

The Global Safety Risk Management (GSRM) Associate is a member of GSRM Team, who coordinates, tracks, and analyzes documents and activities associated with Risk Management Plans (RMP). The incumbent has a key role in tracking and following up on actions and responses of experts and other stakeholders, ensuring that timelines, resources, and information are coordinated and documented accurately and in a timely manner.

Responsibilities:

  • Provides technical and systems support for GSRM SharePoint sites, eSetup, and other technologies used by the department.
  • Assists internal and external stakeholders with gaining access to, use of, and process inquiries regarding GSRM tools (eg, SharePoint)
  • Assists the GSRM DM with Verity and report generation for regular compliance monitoring checks (internal and external stakeholders)
  • Maintains budget tracking templates and provids updates to the asset level budget trackers
  • Assists with data quality maintenance in LM RMP templates and ARMA templates
  • Identifies document records and distributes results to stakeholders to resolve identified gaps within a timely manner
  • Creates meeting agendas for the Risk Management Strategy Committee (RMSC) and documents decisions, conclusions, timelines, milestones, and action items in minutes
  • Identifies post-meeting actions, and ensures responsibilities and timelines are assigned and met
  • Assesses and appropriately elevates issues impacting key GSRM activities, milestones, documents to the appropriate Global Pharmacovigilance & Epidemiology (GPV&E) colleagues
  • Leads, plans, organizes, and forecasts requirements and/or resources based on Book of Work and other upcoming tasks and activities for assigned product portfolio
  • Applies medical, life science, and general scientific knowledge and expertise to create and manage plans and budgets for designated projects

Must have requirements:

  • Bachelor of Science in life sciences or equivalent relevant scientific qualifications or professional training.
  • Minimum of 2 years’ professional experience in health science or relevant life sciences/medical fields, or appropriate pharmaceutical industry or academic experience.
  • Demonstrated understanding of global pharmaceutical drug development and drug lifecycles.
  • Minimum of 3 years reporting and analysis experience with ability to express opinions and conclusions in a clear, concise and understandable format..
  • Knowledge of BMS systems and tools (SAP, RPM, eSetup and ARIBA).
  • Solid working knowledge of Microsoft applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook and SharePoint).
  • Possess excellent verbal and written communication skills and ability to communicate relevant and timely information across departments and outside of BMS.
  • Possess problem solving skills and demonstrates diplomacy in dealing with difficult situations; works effectively as a team member, utilizing contributions of other team members to complete projects.
  • Extensive experience in the analysis and communication of data and information to key stakeholders.
  • Project or program management experience and/or qualifications
  • Experience in working with committees and diverse teams

Other qualifications:

US military experience will be considered towards industry and professional experience requirements

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