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Cornerstone / LMS Coordinator (REMOTE)

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REMOTE Cornerstone / LMS Coordinator 

Department: Quality Assurance

Temporary Contract, 6 Months

The Temp Quality Specialist will work cross-functionally to support the administration of the electronic learning management system and maintenance of the training catalog.  This contract position will be based in Boston.  The Temp Quality Specialist works with a high degree of independence and is adept at troubleshooting problems to create and execute improved internal procedures, and to ensure compliance with applicable regulatory requirements. This position reports to the Director of Quality Standards, Training and Improvement.

Key Responsibilities:
As a system business administrator of the LMS responsible for the following:
Execute Training tasks
Create and process Training Forms
Scan and upload Training documentation
Provide Biennial Review Oversight
Update document trackers with training information
Provide Customer support (troubleshooting, answer questions, addressing incident tickets)
Provide Training Administration support:
Maintain Job Aids and Tools
Generate Metrics
Support electronic system validation
LO, Group, Curricula and Learning Assignment maintenance
Manage training materials within electronic document management system
Review, update training catalogues for role-based training
Collaborate with business partners to ensure alignment with business needs (trusted advisor)
Minimum qualifications:
Demonstrated ability to work independently and manage multiple projects that require collaboration across functional areas.
Flexibility to adapt to a continually changing and fast paced business environment
Working knowledge of eLMS software Cornerstone OnDemand
Extremely detail-oriented with strong analytical, problem solving, and collaboration skills
Experience with and ability to use Microsoft Office and associated tools (Word, Excel, PowerPoint)
Bachelor’s degree in a scientific or allied health field and 3 – 5 years of relevant work experience, or relevant comparable background

Preferred Qualifications:
GxP knowledge with understanding of global regulations
Pharmaceutical industry experience
Ability to manage multiple tasks, priorities, and deadlines
Ability to take initiative and follow-through on assignments and accomplish goals
Ability to work well independently as well as part of a team
Good communication skills, both written and verbal
Pharmaceutical industry experience preferred