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Bayer is a global enterprise with core competencies in the fields of health care, nutrition and high-tech materials. Our products and services are designed to benefit people and improve their quality of life. At the same time we want to create value through innovation, growth and high earning power.

We are firmly aligned to our mission statement "Bayer: Science For A Better Life" and continue to optimise our portfolio, concentrating our activities in three high-potential, efficient subgroups with largely independent operations:

  • HealthCare
  • CropScience
  • MaterialScience

These provide us with access to major global groth markets, and are supported by our service companies.

Our knowledge and our products are helping to diagnose, alleviate or cure diseases, improving the quality and adequacy of the global food supply, and contributing significantly to an active, modern lifestyle. Our expertise and innovative capability also enable us to offer solutions for protecting the climate and addressing the consequences of climate change.

What attributes do you look for when recruiting graduates?

  • Excellent communication skills
  • Commitment and flexibility
  • Working independently
  • Result orientation

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Location: Shanghai, china

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Regulatory Intelligence Manager

Location:
(CHINA) and various
Job Reference:
5391
Functional Area/Experience:
Business, Accounting & Finance / 2 Years
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Your tasks and responsibilities

  • Monitor the regulatory environment (draft and final legislations/ guidelines and other information on drug development and regulatory matters issued by the Health Authorities)
  • Identify those that may have a relevant impact on Bayer human products, drug development or the performance of Regulatory Affairs.
  • Communicate the identified documents and their potential impact within the Pharma Development organization (mainly Regulatory Affairs) as well as other relevant functions within the company.
  • Coordinate and guide review of relevant draft guidelines by functions and/or Regulatory Affairs, including coordination of review of the generated positions. Obtain alignment between all affected functions and regions in order to ensure a consolidated company position on regulatory topics for the outside world.
  • Gather information on agency benchmarks regarding approval and review times as well as general regulatory performance indicators. Summarize and analyze internal and external data in this respect.
  • Develop relationship with selected external industry associations, Regulators and other pharmaceutical companies to exchange Information, Identify and influence regulatory / industry trade association initiatives.
  • Provide regulatory expertise on regulatory competitor information related to regulatory submission strategies and bases for approvals in close cooperation with other relevant functions for selected projects.
  • Maintain an effective Regulatory Intelligence database, providing Regulatory Intelligence expertise regarding regulatory requirements and competitor environment for development projects and for marketed products, in order to allow Regulatory Affairs functions to anticipate and effectively implement new regulatory compliance obligations.

 

 

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Intern

Location:
(CHINA) and various
Job Reference:
5390
Functional Area/Experience:
Health and Life Sciences / Fresh Graduate
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Your tasks and responsibilities

  • Order study related stationary and suppliers.
  • Prepare study documents for study team.
  • More study support related tasks to CTA and SM China team.

 

 

Who you are

  • Only location Choice: Beijing office
  • College degree or above, basic skill on Office Excel and Word and good communication skill.
  • 3-5 days/week
  • Intern Period: from Oct to Apr 2018

 

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Clinical Research Manager

Location:
(CHINA) and various
Job Reference:
5389
Functional Area/Experience:
Business, Accounting & Finance / 4 Years +
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Your tasks and responsibilities

 

  • Directly manages and develops 8-12 staff combined of country Lead Monitor, Sr. CRA and CRA. Assures hiring, training, development, compensation and advancement are in line with talent and job expectations. Through effective management and development of direct reports, the Team Leader ensures quality and compliance as well as ensuring country’s objectives are met. Provides expertise and strong leadership and management to direct reports and maintains a motivated and competent staff.
  • Ensure projects/studies are resourced appropriately by allocating or hiring the appropriate staff to deliver project/study goals and by critically analyzing project/study needs while also managing and measuring the workload and requirements of direct reports. These activities are done in close alignment with Country Head and peers.
  • Accountable for all operational activities related to global and country procedures applied in the site management of applicable Phase I and all Phase II-IV clinical trials. This includes country feasibility, site selection, site initiation, patient enrollment and data cleaning processes direct reports are responsible for. The Team Leader assures that each direct report delivers high quality study data required to support ethical standards and regulatory submissions in compliance with global operating standards.
  • Responsible for managing internal costs associated with direct reports and participates in the Country Head of Site Management’s preparation and tracking of the overall departmental operating budget. Responsible for tracking insourced costs appropriately and provides estimates and accruals to Country Head on a monthly basis.
  • Quality Oversight - Oversees Corrective Actions / Preventive Actions (CAPAs) of direct reports to ensure timely and sufficient resolution. Conducts Monitoring Oversight Visits for each CRA as GSM expectations to ensure CRA are trained appropriately and to identify potential training or development needs. Participates in Audit Review Meetings and reviews all responses to audit findings prior to submission. Develops and implements training and development plan in a timely manner based on any deficiencies found or areas for improvement.
  • Continuously and proactively identifies and proposes solutions for process improvement opportunities to Country Head GSM, and communicates best practices to entire monitoring staff. Participates as member of Expert Working Groups and provides feedback on SOP updates.
  • Coordinates responses of audits with Global Quality Management. Proactively identifies actions to be taken at the country level to improve upon audit and inspection findings. Supports Country Head with follow-up of all Regulatory Inspections, Regulatory concerns related to investigator integrity, GCP and the veracity of all clinical data in NDA, CTD, PLA, SNDA and IND submissions.
  • Contributes to delivering Training programs developed by GCDO ICH-GCP Training as well as coordinating all training needs for permanent and insourced Sr. CRA and CRA. Requires thorough understanding of global and local processes, Global Drug Development and associated Global Standard Operating procedures (SOPs).
  • Contributes to development of country clinical investigator network to support the portfolio needs for clinical trials. Collaborates with Medical Science Liaison management to cultivate and enhance clinical investigator relationships to support business strategy.