IT Applications Team Leader
Central Employment are working with a leading a truly global pharmaceutical manufacturing organisation. Based from their state of the art facility in Teesside, they look to expand their internal IT function with the appointment of an IT Applications Team Leader.
Responsibilities of the IT Applications Team Leader:
- Ensure the availability, security and recoverability of their internal Applications.
- Maintain awareness of application developments, industry trends and regulatory issues that may impact future application strategies and ensure threats and opportunities for enhancements are identified and recommendations
- Translate business and user requests into application system solutions, working closely with business and functional leads regarding the viability of business requirements and the potential impact on the local/global templates.
- Ensure GMP applications are secure and appropriately validated whilst managing and coordinating multiple change project to enhance functionality and support business needs.
- Identify, agree and manage external support provision to ensure high system availability and project delivery.
- Oversee the application business needs which support processes for business, quality, engineering and operations. Develop and maintain a positive relationship with business process experts.
- Oversee and manages the maintenance of security roles and administration of users to ensure that the developed and assigned roles meet segregation of duties and adhere to audit requirements.
- Degree in a relevant field
- Demonstrate significant (5+ years) technical experience working with applications in a regulated environment.
- Experienced in project management delivering either business or IT projects.
- Demonstrate significant business or technical knowledge in two or more of the following applications: Digital Validation Applications, eLearning Applications, QA Applications (Trackwise, MasterControl), electronic batch records.
- Strong managing and team motivation skills.