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Product Manager - Safety Signal, Toronto, Veeva Systems

Published 2022-11-25
Expires 2022-12-25
ID #1277897826
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Product Manager - Safety Signal, Toronto, Veeva Systems
Canada, Ontario, Toronto,
Published November 25, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Product manager - safety signal


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The Role
Veeva is looking for an all-star Product Manager to help build and launch the next generation of Vault Safety applications. We’re looking for a high-energy, passionate individual with a deep data background who is eager to drive product advancement and innovation. In this role, you will be responsible for launching a game-changing pharmacovigilance (drug safety) product and continuing Veeva’s success as the leading provider in cloud-based technology for Life Sciences. Your work will improve the lives of millions. If you have a passion for creating world-class products and enjoy solving complex problems with simple, elegant solutions, you may be a good fit for this position.

What You'll Do


Be a product evangelist. Become a subject matter expert for internal audiences and external customers
Be hands-on. Design, Prototype, Configure - validate solutions rapidly to ensure we solve the right problems, in the right order
Be a storyteller. Author & design high-quality specifications and communicate specific, actionable requirements to your engineering teammates
Be a leader. Look for opportunities to innovate, keep up with the latest software, pharmaceutical industry trends and distill them into product requirements
Be an owner. Cultivate the Safety Signal roadmap, collaborate closely with cross-functional teams
Be agile. Design, implement, iterate
Take pride in your work


Requirements


4+ years of Product Management experience in data management applications
7+ years of professional work experience in agile software development environments
Demonstrated skills in design, product development, and planning
Ability to work independently in a fast-paced environment, with little direct supervision
Excellent oral and written communication skills with the ability to effectively explain complex problems and advocate technical solutions to Engineering and customers
Degree in computer science or engineering
Experience with Data Visualization and Data Management
Experience with Data Lake / Warehouses
Must be based in the GTA and available to work out of our office in downtown Toronto
Qualified candidates must be legally authorized to be employed in Canada. Veeva does not provide sponsorship of employment visa for this position.

Nice to Have


Experience with Life Sciences, Pharmacovigilance (Drug Safety), Regulatory or eClinical products
Experience working on SaaS enterprise applications or content management systems
Experience with API and data exchange schemas
Experience with data migration
Experience with Search matching algorithms and heuristics
Experience with Python, SQL, XML, and JSON


Perks & Benefits


Conveniently located in downtown Toronto
Snacks, beverages, and weekly lunches from local restaurants
Team events and rec league sports teams
Allocations for continuous learning & development
Health & wellness programs
Weekly yoga classes
Ping pong and other games

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