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Senior Clinical Application Specialist - Biometric Systems, Ballerup

Created 12/24/2021
Reference 1308588332
Category Pharmaceutical
Job type Full Time
Country Denmark
City Ballerup
Zip Not specified
Salary Competitive
Do you want to be part of an exciting journey?

Are you a specialist in biometric/clinical IT systems and operational data processing? Do you want to be technically fully on-top of the systems while having direct contact with end-users and internal stakeholders? Do you thrive in a dynamic environment where two days are never the same? Then we have an excellent opportunity for you!
LEO Pharma has set the ambitious goal to become the world's preferred dermatology care partner and to improve the quality of life for millions of patients around the world. To succeed, we invest massively in Research & Development. As a result, our pipeline and clinical activities are growing rapidly, constantly demanding a strong and continued focus on optimal IT systems and driving efficiencies in our organisation, and that is why we need you!

If you are an experienced biometric/clinical system administrator with knowledge of clinical drug development processes and clinical IT systems, and you are looking for a job where you can unfold all your skills in a role requiring high expertise and influence a growing innovative company with digitalisation of clinical trials on the agenda, you are the perfect match!

About the job - delivering high expertise clinical system support

As a Senior Clinical Application Specialist in Clinical Systems & Analytics your overall objective is to ensure that our IT systems supporting the biometrics area and clinical trials are working as intended. In this role you will handle and oversee the daily functional support to applications and drive change processes together with end-users and LEO IT.

Being on-top of our clinical IT systems means that you
  • understand both the processes supported by the systems as well as the data being utilised/created in the system
  • train and guide users in the system
  • troubleshoot and "interrogate the data" when diving into complex issues
  • have solid understanding of the documentation requirements for GxP regulated systems, which you operationalise in testing, validation and system documentation activities
  • proactively seek and collect user requirements and translate into value for end-users
  • deliver to a high level of accuracy and always with high quality standards
  • proactively interact with subject matter experts across the organisation and communicate with end-users and internal/external stakeholders

About you - an experienced biometric/clinical system administrator

You are an experienced biometric/clinical system administrator with a bachelor or master in computer science, computer information systems, information technology or natural science. Ideally, you have at least 5 years' experience with biometric or clinical system administration working closely with the business area and external partners. Further, experience with SAS programming and system interfaces will be an advantage.

To succeed in the job, you use your solution oriented and supportive mindset together with your flair for cross-functionally collaboration with colleagues, end-users, stakeholder and vendors to ensure smooth running of system changes and projects in the organisation. You use your excellent analytical skills and pro-active can-do attitude to achieve robust results and secure end-to-end thinking. You thrive in a collaborative and team oriented environment, but are also able to work on an individual level.

Becoming part of an organization constantly developing, you must enjoy and embrace an environment of change.

About Clinical Systems and Analytics - your new department

Clinical Process Management is one of four departments in Clinical Operations Support within Global Clinical Operations. We work closely with all roles and users in Global Clinical Operations and key stakeholders in other areas of LEO. We support all in-house IT system used to support clinical trials; we develop and maintain a range of reports supporting operational decision making across trial teams and managers; we engage in data transfers from partners to ensure timely availability of data in our systems.

The department consist of six dedicated clinical application specialists with high professional standards. Central elements for all in the team are fascination with systems and data, a strong focus om compliance and processes, process and system optimisation and knowledge/data sharing with colleagues and users. The working atmosphere is busy, collegial, and informal, and as for the rest of LEO Pharma, innovation is part of everything we do.

We look forward to receiving your application before 31 January 2022.

For more information, please contact Morten Nielsen, Head of Clinical Systems & Analytics on +45 4137 1216.

LEO Pharma

LEO Pharma is on an exciting journey of transformation to become the world leader in dermatology. We keep the patients at the heart of everything we do, and we drive dermatology with our knowledge, collaboration and curiosity. We are at the forefront of science in developing new medicines for dermatology, and we are committed to helping people with skin diseases live more fulfilling lives.

Our people are united worldwide with strong core values and a common vision. Our shared vision and mission adapt to an ever-changing environment, while remaining true to our business strategy. Our values reflect the way we strive to increase the quality of life for patients.

Founded in 1908 and owned by the LEO Foundation, LEO Pharma has devoted decades of research and development to advance the science of dermatology, setting new standards of care for people with skin conditions.

LEO Pharma is headquartered in Denmark with a global team of 6,000 people, serving 92 million patients in 130 countries.