Job Overview :
The role of the programmer analyst is to assist in the drug development process and Clinical Data Management Programming.
Education / Qualifications : Bachelor's Degree in life science, computer science, engineering, business or related discipline 1-3 years of experience in quality assurance and business analysis Clinical research or data management experience preferred Proficiency in converting complex technical and business requirements into an understandable test plan and test cases Experience with clinical systems, such as CTMS, EDC, IVRS, Oracle Clinical or other related technology in the pharmaceutical / biotechnology industry preferred
Experience : Responsible for developing, executing and coordinating the end-to-end User Acceptance Testing for Interactive Voice / Web Response Systems and Devices.
Responsible for the quality review of UAT deliverables. Develop UAT documentation consisting of : : test cases, scenario based summaries and all other required documents.
Work closely with team members for UAT execution and UAT error resolution Lead meetings with stakeholders to present UAT material.
Ability to guide / instruct participants during the execution of User Acceptance Testing (UAT) and system integration testing.
Collaborate with vendors and internal functions to develop scenarios for testing purposes. Execute UAT test scripts. Execute Quality Control related activities.
Address and resolve UAT findings with vendor and core teams. Work within published study / system project timelines and attend meetings as necessary.
Conform with GMP and GDP practices. Knowledge Skills Waterfall / Agile SDLC UAT process Business Analysis : End User Requirements Quality Assurance Data management (Clinical data is plus) Sharing knowledge and active feedback in multicultural, multidisciplinary teamsSystems Development Lifecycle Candidates should demonstrate technical expertise, attention to detail, and excellent documentation and communication skills.
Experience creating, executing and documenting test plans and test cases is required Excellent time management and organization skills required Must have sound problem resolution, judgment, and decision making skills Drug Development and Clinical Trials Processes is preferred
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