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About the job Veeva Administrator

Job description:

The Veeva Administrator is responsible for ensuring the Veeva Vault Applications are maintained in a compliant manner. Responsibilities encompass administration of Veeva Vault Regulatory Information Management, document, training, Quality Management, and Laboratory Information Management systems. Experience: min 6 years


    • Serves as the Veeva Business Administrator responsible for the implementation, management, and ongoing maintenance of the Veeva Vault, including documents, training, QMS, LIMS, and RIMs.
    • Coordinates with business process owners for change control, quality assessment, and approval, testing, and deployment.
    • Develops and implements ongoing training.
    • Creates and maintains user accounts.
    • Ensures controls related to approval levels and user access are established and maintained.
    • Manages changed static data.
    • Proactively identifies and works to resolve project and system issues.
    • Ensures Veeva Vault conforms to regulatory requirements.
    • Oversees and participates in the development of application documentation.
    • Ensures system workflows and triggers are developed and maintained as established by business process owners.
    • Works with business stakeholders to develop and prepare reports, metrics, and dashboards.
    • Works closely with various business stakeholders to lead and manage business requirements and system solution delivery.
    • Supports ongoing maintenance and enhancements as required.
    • Assesses changes to the system (e.g. new releases) for business and training impact.
    • Drive improvements and efficiencies. Minimum Qualifications (Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities)
    • A Bachelor's Degree in a related field plus 6 years of Quality, Regulatory, or System Administrator experience, or equivalent work experience is required.
    • Proven experience in leading and deploying a combination of the following: QMS, document management, Electronic Learning Management System, or Regulatory Information Management System.
    • Experience in a pharmaceutical or any highly regulated environment is preferred.
    • Knowledge of Quality Assurance/Quality Control Operations and Regulatory.
    • Experience with system design and development from business requirements analysis to implementation and support.
    • Possess and demonstrate excellent oral and written communication skills and proactive problem-solving, analytical, and multi-tasking skills.
    • Possess the ability to work within a team-based environment while proactively forging positive relationships across all levels of management, departments, and suppliers.
    • Quality Systems Experience in a CGMP environment
    • Excellent written/oral communication skills
    • Self-motivated, flexible, and able to work in a small, fast-paced, dynamic, environment.