The Inspection Management Lead, Sr. Manager supports Pfizer by (as required) preparing for, organizing and supporting/leading Good Clinical Practice (GCP) and Pharmacovigilance (PV) inspections (sponsor, investigator site, vendor, as appropriate) conducted by global Health Authorities/Regulatory Authorities (HAs/RAs), and pharmacovigilance audits conducted by license partners, as appropriate. In addition, the Inspection Management Lead Associate Director coordinates Pfizer responses to such inspections. The Inspection Management Lead Associate Director may also provide support for other MQA activities in the region including, but not limited to; quality investigations, external stakeholder engagement, and Quality Management System support. ROLE RESPONSIBILITIES In order of importance, indicate the primary responsibilities critical to the performance of the role. It is recommended not to list actual tasks but focus on 5-8 essential responsibilities that highlight accountability and level of judgment required. Leadership Serves as a member of the Inspection Management group supporting operational MQA strategies, policies and direction for Inspection Management Champions MQA mission and strategies throughout the MQA organization and among customers for efficient delivery of MQA and compliance activities Collaborates with business stakeholders to instill a culture of regulatory compliance and ensures effective and efficient management of inspection activities Serves as a strategic partner to quality/compliance/inspection readiness colleagues for inspection-related activities Interfaces with functional groups within MQA and customers to build knowledge of GCP/PV regulations and guidelines, and routinely engages in influencing the external environment through appropriate MQA activities (e.g. review of guidelines) Works with MQA functional lines and key customers to understand stakeholder needs Risk/Quality Management Monitors trends in health authority inspection activities to proactively identify potential areas of risk for Pfizer Represents Pfizer in external meetings and conferences as required Liaises with relevant SOP and Training groups to promote continuous quality/process improvements based on inspection observations Evaluates inspection reports from various sources (e.g., HAs/RAs, other Pfizer quality groups) to identify issues of potential significance Operational Excellence Collaborates with other MQA Inspection Management Leads and quality/compliance/inspection readiness colleagues in the BUs/RUs/Platform Lines for activities related to inspection preparation; Activities include but are not limited to preparation of relevant materials and conducting inspection-related training (e.g., inspection interview technique) Leads and/or supports pre-inspection visits of investigator sites Leads and/or supports management of global HA/RA inspections (GCP/GPvP, as appropriate) and ensures that roles and responsibilities have been defined and assigned for each inspection; Assumes a leadership role or other supportive roles during the inspection as required Works with members of the inspection team and other colleagues including, but not limited to, Head of Inspection Management, Head of MQA and Legal to ensure optimum responses are provided to address and resolve inspection findings Provides guidance to inspected parties regarding the completion of inspection corrective and preventative action plans (CAPAs) Coordinates and assists in the preparation, conduct and management of mock inspections as appropriate Develops and maintains policies, standard operating procedures (SOPs), tools, and guidelines as appropriate for preparation and conduct of inspections within Pfizer Prepares periodic summary reports related to Pfizer inspections Ensures that global contact lists, report distribution lists, and tracking lists used for inspection-related activities are updated and maintained Assists in identifying needs for updates to training materials, inspection readiness modules and documents required for the inspection readiness program Inputs inspection information and reports into appropriate MQA repositories and tools Engages in and supports the activities of the relevant MQA initiatives as appropriate to ensure alignment in interpretation and dissemination of applicable regulations, guidance, and Pfizer policies and procedures to customers and stakeholders Maintains high level of expertise in international GCP/GPvP regulatory requirements, and policies, SOPs and project-specific procedures within Pfizer applicable to the clinical trial methodology and pharmacovigilance processes Fosters a work climate/culture within the team that exemplifies the Pfizer Values Takes accountability to communicate relevant and timely information relevant to the MQA LT, other MQA functions and stakeholders QUALIFICATIONS Indicate qualifications that are job related, consistent with business necessity and necessary for the performance of an essential function of this role including: education/licenses/certifications, relevant experience (where legally permissible), technical and/or other job-related skills. Bachelor's degree or equivalent experience is required. Advanced academic qualification/degree is preferred; equivalent relevant professional experience will be considered Required: At least 8 years of relevant experience in clinical or pharmacovigilance QA, or other clinical quality management/QC role in biomedical science, clinical development, regulatory compliance Fluency in the English language (written and verbal) is a requirement for this position Preferred: Prior experience in organizations or with applications for continuous improvement or metrics trending highly desirable Ability to function autonomously in a matrix model and in a team environment Project management experience with proven accountability, and demonstrated excellent interpersonal, communication, negotiation, influencing, and problem-solving capabilities a plus. 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