Scientific and Medical Writing Manager I (Grade level 7):
• Work in a matrix team to ensure delivery of high quality, fit-for-purpose clinical documents that accurately reflect associated data, and are in line with GSK standards and global, regional and/or local regulatory requirements • Proven track record in writing clinical regulatory documents including, but not limited to: protocols, clinical study reports, NDA/MAA CTD submission documents, investigator brochures, briefing documents, and responses to regulatory authority questions • Experienced as a significant contributor in planning and production of clinical dossier documents for regulatory submissions worldwide • Demonstrated effectiveness in management of projects of increasing scope and complexity • Understanding of the interdependencies of various contributing functions (e.g., clinical pharmacology, biomarkers, health outcome) • Ability to quickly assess complex situations, apply scientific, operational, and submission development knowledge and implement effective plans for solutions • High-level technical, statistical, and computer skills, and the ability to interpret complex clinical data • Assess trends and patterns in text and statistical data, and effectively organizes content and messages in clinical reports and summary documents • Review reporting and analysis plans and provides critical input on the content and display of tables • Familiarity with approaches to expedite document preparation such as review tools and automation • Demonstrated ability and willingness to adjust behaviors and priorities based on a changing environment (e.g., ability to support documents in different therapeutic areas) • Effectiveness in both oral and written communications
Scientific and Medical Writing Manager II (Grade level 6): (In addition to items listed above)
• Direct the work of medical writing teams in medical writing projects in support of the clinical project strategy. May manage development of contracts/invoices for outsources medical writing activities • Contribute to the planning, authoring, review, and approval of clinical documents for medical writing project to achieve a successful outcome within the required timelines • Possess highly effective communication skills and is capable of presenting ideas and data clearly to a group, including key stakeholders at a senior level • Provide major input to submission teams in development of submission plans, timelines, document content and dependencies. Advises on or recommends methods for achieving accelerated timelines as necessary • Actively contribute to development of training materials for clinical document preparation; provides mentoring and/or training on clinical documentation and submission planning to individuals or teams • Champion change and contributes to departmental or cross-functional process improvement initiatives and develops/revises standards for GSK submission documents • Manage development of contracts/invoices and provide oversight for outsourced medical writing activities • Effectively contribute to process improvement activities
• Bachelor degree in life sciences • Scientific and Medical Writing Manager I: Up to 5 years of industry experience • Scientific and Medical Writing Manager II: ≥ 6 years of industry experience
• Post-graduate degree in life sciences • Expertise in one of the follow areas: -Immuno-inflammation - Infectious disease -Oncology -Respiratory - Renal Disease -Cardiovascular Disease -Neurosciences
Internal Number: WD183280
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