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ClinicalProject Coordinator II (Regulatory Affairs) - 9-month contract


Minimum REQUIREMENTS:
Education: 2 year degree or higher
Skills:
o Proficient MS Office, PowerPoint, Excel, Systems use
o Able to work independently and in collaboration with others
o Strong organizational skills, attention to detail, and analytical skills
o Strong written, verbal, and interpersonal communication skills
o Desire to work within a team environment
o Strong project management skills including organization, time management, and follow-up
Job Description:
A Project Coordinator II (Regulatory Affairs) is needed for a 9-month contract position at major pharma company in Northeast.
The purpose of this temporary position is to support execution of the Accelerating Transformation company objective. Specifically, the Pillar 6 Regulatory Transformation objective which has the primary responsibility of reengineering regulatory processes and re-defining interaction with both internal and external stakeholders. The Pillar 6d objective is further broken down in to two distinct subcategories:
o Stream 1 - Partner with Health Authorities in key interactions
o Stream 2 - Anticipate & influence regulation evolutions
The primary responsibilities of this position are detailed as follows:
o Work closely with the team leads of each of the 2 work streams to execute the actions and deliverables identified by the groups.
o Performing administrative functions needed to support the streams Creation and management of company e-rooms Creation and implementation of all tools and procedures needed to support the streams Creation of Power Point presentations Interfacing with global personnel to assure Streams are supported, maintained and sustained.

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