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Canon U.S. Life Sciences, Inc. is dedicated to extending innovative Canon core technologies into the burgeoning life sciences field — and to the introduction and marketing of vital, new-platform products in the critical area of molecular diagnostics.
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The Knowledge Management Specialist leads data management for Research and Development (R&D). The Specialist works directly with technical staff to organize data, tag, and retrieve all forms of data generated by R&D and also works with R&D management to organize data and generate search terms/strategies to enable R&D transparency with other company business functions.
- Work with R&D technical managers to define and document a records and information management plan outlining critical records, file organization systems, search engine, retention, and data management responsibilities.
- Work with R&D technical managers to define non-codified information and organize in a viewable system.
- Develop a lifecycle plan and archive strategy for R&D records and information to ensure that electronic records are preserved in accordance with defined retention period.
- Identify and develop databases for R&D
- Develop guidelines to assist scientists and engineers in identifying the appropriate records and information management system and best practices in storing new content.
- Partner with IT as a key stakeholder in relevant records and information management system implementations.
- Oversee the information management and organize electronic R&D records so they are easily searched and retrieved
- Serve as a conduit of information between R&D and other departments.
- A Bachelor's degree in life sciences, information science, or information technology
- At least one year of experience with Microsoft SharePoint (or similar) preferably as an administrator
- Previous experience using an enterprise document or records management system
- At least 3 years of professional experience in life sciences or information management
- Demonstrated experience developing and implementing governing policies, guidelines, and training
- Strong informatics skills, capable of defining optimal metadata tagging of information to ensure it is searchable
- Strong technical skills, capable of understanding file formats, relational databases, tiered archival storage, and to implement record lifecycle requirements for systems
- Proactive/outgoing individual with strong communication skills capable of partnering with R&D departmental leaders and working with scientists/engineers to implement optimal information management practices
- Strong organizational skills with acute attention to detail.
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