Accenture Scientific Informatics Management Consultant in Los Angeles, California
Accenture Scientific Informatics Services
Do you want to work where scientific innovation meets leading-edge technology? Join Accenture Scientific Informatics Services (ASIS) and help our clients apply digital technologies to revolutionize scientific and laboratory processes.
ASIS combines the scientific and laboratory informatics expertise with Accenture’s strategic and business consulting capabilities, industry platforms, innovation approach and global scale to help transform how scientific and laboratory processes are conducted across a variety of industries—helping make them faster, more efficient and more effective than ever before.
Leveraging digital technologies such as automation, artificial intelligence, Internet of Things, analytics and cloud, in combination with a fundamental redesign of the scientific user experience, Accenture Scientific Informatics Services helps organizations better capture, manage, integrate and analyze complex scientific data. This can improve the discovery and manufacturing of new products, improve quality, ensure compliance, reduce time to market and improve operational efficiency.
As an Accenture Scientific Informatics Services (ASIS) Consultant you will be exposed to the technologies and processes that many leading US companies and government agencies utilize. We offer a generous compensation package consisting of salary, bonuses and benefits.
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Scientific Informatics Consultant Job Description:
Analyze and design new business processes. Identify and define detailed product requirements and use cases. Serve as a liaison to the business community and participate in user and task analysis to maintain the business community 's perspective.
Typically, we work at client sites. Travel Update: Racking up those air miles will have to wait, as weekly non-essential travel to client sites Monday through Thursday is currently suspended. For now, all Accenture business travel, international and domestic, is currently restricted to client-essential sales/delivery activity only.
Please note: The safety and well-being of our people continues to be our top priority, and our decisions around travel are informed by government COVID-19 response directives, recommendations from health authorities and guidance from a number of infectious disease experts.
Under minimal supervision from a more senior business analyst:
Create high-quality user and functional requirements
Create use cases
Schedule meetings, document meeting notes and distribute meeting notes to invitees
Participate in interviews, site visits and facilitated sessions with business Users
Initiate required regulatory and SDLC documentation
Collect information regarding and monitor progress of business analysis activities
Create as-is and to-be narratives
Create and manage gap documentation
Contribute to the creation and maintenance of a requirements traceability matrix
Coordinate defect triage
Identify business needs for laboratory informatics solutions
Perform research of mild, moderate or high complexity into business processes, SOPs, system documentation and work instructions
Facilitate one-on-one or small group interviews with business users
Identify opportunities for business process improvement, including changes required to successfully adopt new laboratory informatics solutions
Provide estimates for workstream activities, including dependencies, to the Project Manager
Identify, manage and resolve risks and issues related to the workstream
Provide Project Manager with status updates, activity progress and schedule updates
Maintain excellent client relationships
Review and estimate change requests
Create and maintain SDLC documentation
Contribute to all areas of system implementation including but not limited to vendor interaction, system compatibility, change control, qualification, deployment, and training
Work with project teams to ensure compliance with regulatory requirements such as FDA, CAPA, CLIA, GxP, HL7 as well as internal policies and processes
Analyze requirements to determine priority and business value
Create and deliver training materials to end users
Collect and monitor progress on project activities from resources
Determine and document overall workstream approach
Plan and estimate activities within the workstream
Provide leadership for all resources within a specific workstream including client, vendor, consultants and associates
Facilitate medium size group workshops with business users
Perform stakeholder identification and analysis
With business stakeholders, implement business process improvements
Determine if defects are valid and disposition them
4 Year degree in an applicable field
3 Years of experience in Laboratory Informatics projects
3 Years of experience working in regulated environments
3 Years of consulting experience
Certified Business Analysis Professional (CBAP) certification
Experience with any of the following LabWare, LabVantage, VEEVA, SQL LIMS, SampleManager, StarLIMS, Dotmatics, BIOVIA, SmartLab, Waters, Nugenesis, Empower, Pipeline Pilot, Chromatography Data Systems (CDS), Electronic Lab Notebook, Laboratory Information Management System, QMS, ELN, LIMS
Professional Skill Requirement
Excellent written and verbal communications skills
Excellent organizational skills
Strong analytical and problem-solving skills
Excellent consulting skills
Team player mentality
** Applicants for employment in the US must have work authorization that does not now or in the future require sponsorship of a visa for employment authorization in the United States and with Accenture.
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Unless expressly indicated, this role is not open in the state of Colorado.