Communications Manager

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  1. Contract
  2. English
  3. Mid-Senior level
  4. Research & Development
  5. Basel
  6. Healthcare & Life Sciences
  7. Clinical Operations, Clinical Development, Trial Master File, GCP, Communication
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For our client, one of the leading Life Sciences companies based in the Basel area, Swisslinx is seeking a highly motivated individual to take on a challenging role as a Communications Manager.

Job Title: Communications Manager
Duration: 12 months

Your mission:

• Develop Communication and Training Material for the transition from old system to a new one
• Drive Change Management, Communication and Training activities for Clinical Documents migration
• Develop and execute communication strategy and plan, in collaboration with Change management team and line function representatives
• Identify training needs, define training objectives, develop and deliver training, measure training effectiveness and collect feedback
• Serve as a liaison between process end-users and eDMS / TMF Governance and Management teams to drive user needs assessment workshops, technical solution discussions and implementation plan
• Promote best documentation practice to line functions to ensure that documents created/generated in the course of clinical research are managed and archived in accordance with GCP guidelines and the company's SOPs

The ideal candidate:

• Bachelor’s degree in Life Science
• Minimum 5 year experience in clinical operations and / or clinical document management
• Thorough knowledge of clinical development process, regulatory requirements, Trial Master File and Good Clinical Practice
• Advanced ability to work both independently and in a global cross-functional multicultural and international team.
• Excellent understanding of system data structures and Clinical Document Management System functionality
• Strong computer skills (EXCEL, MS Word) required
• Excellent attention to accuracy and details
• Fluency in English (oral and written)

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