Supervisor I or II, Non Clinical Data Management (Early Development)

Job Location(s) IN-Bangalore
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Scientific Mid-Level
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Job Overview

The Supervisor I or II, Non Clinical Data Management supervises a team of data associates in the global data management solutions team, supporting nonclinical study data,  learning the tasks that contribute to drafting and finalizing nonclinical datasets 
- Staff Development/Performance Management
- Learns the full range of performance evaluation activities.
- Assists with setting employee objectives based on strategic goals
- Identifies personnel actions, such as career development and skills building
- Evaluates staff performance
- Completes succession planning

- Staffing/Recruitment
- Learns the full range of recruitment activities
- Monitors workload to track appropriate staffing levels
- Contributes to the execution of Affirmative Action goals in the department

- Workload Management
- Assigns workload to direct employees
- Familiar with cost metrics for data management
- Assigns personnel to ensure study deadlines and financial budgets are met
- Tracks data for success metrics
- Contributes to the development and implementation of plans, policies, and procedures within department guidelines to improve work quality, efficiency, productivity, and expense control of the global data management group

- Trainingand Learning Management
- Learns the full range of training and learning management activities
- Upholds training principles of a regulated environment, ensuring required training for staff members is completed and documented
- Helps develop training plans
- Ensures new staff members are adequately trained in a reasonable timeframe
- Delivers appropriate overview training sessions for other members of the department, informing them of the roles and responsibilities of the global data management team

- Process Improvement/Innovation
- Promotes continual improvement of processes and product
- Ensures global approach to creating datasets in accordance with regulatory specifications. Identifies opportunities where new technology, automation, and/or processes could reduce errors and/or improve productivity
- Participates in discussions with internal and external colleagues and customers to develop data management solutions


Bachelor’s degree in related discipline (e.g., biological sciences, technical writing, business, or data management) is preferred


At least 6 years of relatable experience, such as in a contract research organization or laboratory setting, and at least 1 year of supervisory experience is required. Experience in nonclinical operations or data reporting/management is preferred.


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