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CGI is seeking a seasoned Sr Business Architect to join our growing team supporting life science clients through end to end business and technology solution offerings and professional services.. The successful candidate must be able to work in a cross-functional environment and interact with representatives from CGI, and our end-clients. This subject matter expert will be work at various CGI/and client sites consulting and executing various life science business and IT initiatives. This may include such activities as road map assessment architecture, industry best practices, technology/system/process implementations, as well as business process optimization, and organizational readiness.
Your future duties and responsibilities:
The right individuals will have experience and capabilities to handle the following: The Sr Business Analyst works with stakeholders, both leadership and subject matter experts, to build & support a holistic view of the organization's strategy, processes, information, and information technology assets. The role of the business analyst is to take this knowledge and ensure that the business and IT are in alignment. The Business Solutions Specialist will ensure the business mission, strategy, and processes of an organization to its IT strategy, and documents this using multiple models or views that show how the current and future needs of an organization will be met in an efficient, sustainable, agile, and adaptable manner.
Required Business / Functional Skills:
• Strategic Analysis across broad eco-systems.
• Deep Life Science / Pharmaceutical expertise in clinical (eTMF, CTMS,RBM, Study Start Up, Clinical Optimization)
• Strong core consulting skills (RFP RFI expertise, client presentations, solutions delivery business developments, offering framework capabilities and communication skills
• Interpersonal and leadership skills
• Ability to articulate the various types of architecture required to implement a new business capability.
• Depth in business process improvements, business processing mapping
• Ability to review, revise and create SOP’s within the clinical domain
• Ability to capture business process needs, process mapping, process mapping definition and gap analysis through individual discussions, group discussions, and workshops
• Comprehensive knowledge of hardware, software, application, and systems engineering within Global Clinical Operations
• Project and program management planning and organizational skills
• Communication of technical information to business partners, in non-technical language
• Solid IT knowledge and familiar with platforms, databases, archives, publishing systems, etc.
• Proven ability to develop training materials
Required qualifications to be successful in this role:
Due to an uptick in client demand, CGI’s Philly Metro / Life Science Division is actively looking to add Sr / Consultant / Business Solutions Specialists in the clinical domain.
Skill Set/Years of Experience/Proficiency Level
Business architecture and/or business operations
Clinical Domain Operations (functional, business and technical)
R&D Clinical ETMF CTMS Archiving
Minimum Education Required: Bachelors Degree
What you can expect from us:
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