The Process Lead is a Subject Matter Expert (SME) on assigned processes/SOPs. Will be the point of contact and technical expert for study teams. Seeks out, identifies and drives efficiencies and process improvements. • The Process Lead provides project management support to relevant Business Process Owners (BPOs). • Partners with BPO to provide support for integrated/acquired studies, vendor assessment, audits, inspections and significant quality events (SQE). • The Process Lead interfaces with the Clinical Development Quality, the BPO Network, external partners/CROs, and SOP & Training group as point of contact for assigned processes/SOPs, e.g., regarding SOP updates or training • The Process Lead will review metrics and trend reports to identify, assist and recommend mitigations for issues at the enterprise level including CAPAs where appropriate, and to support individual study teams where necessary. Responsibilities: Applies subject matter expertise to the improvement, maintenance and oversite of assigned processes and SOPs. The Process Lead will champion the implementation and use of harmonized, consistent processes and excellence in process performance related to cost-effective, timely, and high-quality clinical trial data according to agreed global goals. Direct support of study teams and sharing of best practices. The Process Lead will provide logistical and project management support to the relevant BPOs, which may include chairing meetings, providing minutes, and provision of training The Process Lead will provide process-specific support for integrated/acquired studies, vendor assessments, SOP equivalency assessments, inspections, audits, SQEs, etc. The Process Lead will analyze assigned process/SOP metrics across the enterprise for trends and lead design and integration of process/SOP-level remediation as required, in cooperation with the BPO The Process Lead partners with the BPO on the roll out and implementation of new processes, assessing learning gaps and opportunities within the organization and identifies quality goals and standards, supporting a culture of high quality by creating, updating and improving tools to facilitate consistency, quality and transparency. The Process Lead partners with the Clinical Medical Controlled Documents (CMCD) author to create new or update existing required forms, supporting documents, and other CMCD documents for the assigned processes/SOPs. The Process Lead partners with Business Technology and Information Management to provide business process requirements for systems/tools related to the assigned process/SOP. The Process Lead serves a point of contact for Trial Master File operations for the assigned process/SOP. Training and Education: Extensive global clinical trial/study management experience Working knowledge of GCPs, monitoring, clinical and regulatory operations BS - minimum of 10 years relevant experience MS/PhD - minimum of 7 years relevant experience Prior Experience Preferred: Demonstrated effectiveness working in a multidisciplinary, matrix team environment required Demonstrated leadership on initiatives, integrations and process improvement work streams Evidence of Clinical Development and pharmaceutical study execution experience; thorough understanding of the processes required to operationally execute clinical trials is preferred Evidence of strong leadership, influencing, negotiation, and management skills is preferred Capabilities/Skills Understands how to work with multi-functional groups and teams to accomplish tasks Ability to interpret study level data & translate and identify risks Ability to proactively identify & mitigate risks around study execution Country level cultural awareness and strong interpersonal skills Keen problem solving skills Detail oriented & possesses technical expertise (e.g., spreadsheets, metrics & data flow management) Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal. 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