This is a Temporary position
Coordinates and administers multiple tasks associated with the duties and responsibilities of the Ventana Collaborations office.. Gathers applicable data in support of all Ventana collaborations and ensures that the data is accurate and placed into the database. Directly responsible for working with key stakeholders and legal, to receive, process and track all legal agreements, including (but not limited to) Collaborative Research Agreements, CDAs, Speaker and KOL advisor agreement and Advisory Board Agreements. Works closely with GCO Project Managers and both Medical Innovation and LCT Project Leaders to assist in the successful completion of their collaboration efforts.
Bachelor’s Degree in business administration, life science, engineering, or equivalent combination of education and experience.
- Manages, owns and updates the Global Collaborations office database and SharePoint sites.
- Facilitates as key conduit in all parts of the Ventana Investigator Initiated Studies (IIS) process, from receipt of the (IIS) request until completion of the project review and communication back to the field representative.
- Directly responsible for all aspects of any legal agreements between Ventana and our Thought Leaders and Key Opinion Leaders globally.
- Responsible for all speaking agreements related to the Tucson symposium or satellite symposium events at national congresses, as well as KOL advisory agreements for both Tucson Symposium and Advisory Boards events.
- Facilitates collaborative research agreements (CRA) and project design and plan (PDP) processes and assists in the preparation and proactive communication of project deliverables.
- Establishes and cultivates an electronic managements system for coordination of interactions of Global Collaborations team with internal and external stakeholders
- Defines, continuously adapts, communicates and ensures the accurate implementation of criteria for involvement of Global Collaborations team in interactions with Ventana customers
- Builds relations with Legal, Compliance and Regulatory functions to execute formal documentation of Global Collaborations activities in accordance with Scientific Affairs policy
- Assists in and coordinates face-to-face meetings and tele-conferences involving Global Collaborations, with written notes and tracking of action items upon request
- Reviews CRAs, PDPs, protocols, and other technical documentation to ensure consistency, standardization and technical completeness.
- Compiles reports and submissions to management, collaboration core teams, and summarizing data Formal Training/Education:
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
- 0-2 years’ experience in a regulated and/or product development industry with experience with regulated documentation, document flow and design control requirements or equivalent experience.
- Prior laboratory experience and/or familiarity with translational pathology research lab operations preferred.
- Quality Assurance experience preferred.
- Strong written and verbal communication skills.
- Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to work in a matrix environment
- Proficiency with word processing, spreadsheet, database and email software.
- Ability to manage by and meet deadlines.
- Excellent time management, planning, organization and problem solving skills.
- Ability to multi-task and prioritize.
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