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Associate I, Medical COE

Pfizer
Wuhan
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+ **Role Summary:**

+ The Medical COE Associate provides primary operational support to various programs within Global Medical Operations, Governance and Community (GMOGC) group which including but not limited to Global Medical Grants (GMG), Clinical Research and Collaboration (CRC), Compound Transfer Program (CTP), Clinical Data Request (CTD), and Publications Programs.

+ The major responsibilities including but not limited to: Maintaining systems, Share Point sites and databases used for program management; Receive, generate and distribute program related documents & report according corresponding Pfizer SOPs and guidelines; Process eligibility check, finance transactions and drug distribution as requested.

+ The Medical COE Associate will work closely with program managers with necessary communication and coordination to ensure efficient program process and compliance.



**Role Responsibilities:**



The support areas of Global Medical Grants requests include but not limited to:



+ Performs due diligence on grant requestor, ensure the requesting organization and/or the grant requester is not listed on any national, international or internal exclusions lists. Verify accreditation at the organization level or at the activity level when applicable and review grant request for accuracy and completeness.

+ Coordinate request review process including setting approval workflow and preparing necessary review documents. Ensure Reviewer/Approver reference table is up to date.

+ Partner with medical reviewers and approvers to allocate payment and set milestones. Select the appropriate contract template for signature and execution.

+ Manage financial transactional details as well as drug supply requests based upon executed contract and milestone payments; Work with Program Managers / CRC Liaisons and Pharmaceutical Sciences Supply Chain Coordinators to ensure clinical supply forecasts are up-to-date and supplies are available as required.

+ Manage regular program oversight activities for enrollment, IRB approval/renewals and progress. Forward program update documentation to the appropriate reviewer and release the milestone payment if applicable.

+ Assists CRC Liaisons or Program Managers with status report, queries and other logistic support as required.

+ Partner with global team and contribute to process and business technology improvement projects within areas of responsibility, as requested.The support areas of Publications include but not limited to:

+ Support publication activities by completing watch list checks and related forms, in relation to determining if external manuscript authors are included on any debarment watch lists, as per publication SOP

+ Responsible for providing access to DataVision (DV) to internal and external stakeholders by ensuring that appropriate training has been completed for the requested role

+ In partnership with the Publication Specialists and Publication Manager of Operations, support the management of monthly invoice processing from publication vendors (~200 invoices/month), including reconciliation of records in DataVision (DV) and confirmation of receipt of deliverables prior to invoice payments.

+ **QUALIFICATIONS**

+ Bachelor's degree (BA, BS) required with preference for a focus in science, healthcare or related field.

+ Good written and oral English skills.

+ Operational experience in clinical trial management, educational grants or healthcare industry (pharmaceuticals, life sciences, and medical).

+ Knowledge of IT systems/software for database maintenance and document management.

+ Demonstrated effectiveness working in a multidisciplinary, matrix team situation, and demonstrated ability to manage change and diversity.

+ Good understanding of multiple disciplines (e.g., Healthcare Compliance Law, Regulatory, Drug Supply, Clinical Study, Medical Affairs, Medical Educational Grant, Publication development, Project and Financial Management) and organizations (e.g., Pfizer Country Offices and Regions)

+ Experience with various Pfizer processes/systems/functions: MAPP (FCPA), Ariba SAP reporting strongly preferred.

+ Developed customer service skills and team work spirit.



Pfizer is an equal opportunity employer and complies with all applicable equal employment opportunity legislation in each jurisdiction in which it operates.



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Posted: 2021-05-17 Expires: 2021-06-28
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