Clinical Labeling Specialist – Contract – New Brunswick, NJ - $45.00-$55.00/hr.
The final salary or hourly wage, as applicable, paid to each candidate/applicant for this position is ultimately dependent on a variety of factors, including, but not limited to, the candidate’s/applicant’s qualifications, skills, and level of experience as well as the geographical location of the position.
The end client is unable to sponsor or transfer visas for this position; all parties authorized to work in the US without sponsorship are encouraged to apply.
Our client is seeking a Clinical Labeling Specialist in New Brunswick, NJ.
This position will require person to be onsite full-time during training period with option to work 50% from home after completion of training.
• Supports timely delivery of clinical supplies through effective management of assigned projects.
• Manages multiple projects and tracks all activities and milestones related to assigned projects. Identifies and reports issues to appropriate levels of management in a timely manner.
• Works with external partners to ensure clinical labels are created with exacting specification.
• Generates clinical labeling source documentation as required.
• Reviews and approves vendor generated label proofs/specifications and other related documents.
• Utilizes electronic verification software to perform check on label proof. Routes final label for review and approval accordingly.
• Participates in assigned training including cGMP and safety training
• Ensures regulatory, cGMP, GDP compliance of activities in assigned areas of responsibility. Reports any deviations to the appropriate management.
• Works cross-functionally with individuals and project teams in various areas
• Liaises with responsible Trial Supplies Manager on aspects of clinical supplies packaging and labelling design and study requirements and resolves issues.
Skills & Requirements
• Bachelors degree or equivalent in pharmacy, engineering, business or life sciences
• Ability to plan, manage and execute multiple projects and to deliver against critical timelines in a fast-paced, rapidly changing environment.
• Strong project management skills and detail oriented.
• Possesses solid oral and written communication skills.
• Good decision making and organizational skills.
• Ability to effectively communicate ideas and to influence others to achieve results.
• Ability to understand and apply regulatory and cGMP principles.
• Good understanding of pharmaceutical or medical terminology
• Proficiency in standard MS office technology, including Microsoft Suite (Outlook, PowerPoint, Excel) and additional applications such as Adobe. Willing to learn additional applications as needed
• Experience working on multi-disciplinary teams and projects
• Good knowledge of rigorous pharmaceutical and/or scientific documentation practices and change control processes (e.g. revision control) is preferred.
This position is a contract/temporary role where Hays offers you the opportunity to enroll in full medical benefits, dental benefits, vision benefits, 401K and Life Insurance ($20,000 benefit).
You will be working with a professional recruiter who has intimate knowledge of the industry and market trends. Your Hays recruiter will lead you through a thorough screening process in order to understand your skills, experience, needs, and drivers. You will also get support on resume writing, interview tips, and career planning, so when there’s a position you really want, you’re fully prepared to get it.
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Drug testing may be required; please contact a recruiter for more information.