Digital Pathology Informatics Specialist, Data & Analytics – Roche – Basel, BS


Pensum: 90-100%

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The Position

In Roche´s Pharmaceutical Research and Early Development organisation (pRED), we make transformative medicines for patients in order to tackle some of the world’s toughest unmet healthcare needs. At pRED, we are united by our mission to transform science into medicines. Together, we create a culture defined by curiosity, responsibility and humility, where our talented people are empowered and inspired to bring forward extraordinary life-changing innovation at speed.

This position is located in Safety & early Development Informatics (SDI), an area within the Data & Analytics function, leading pRED to take the best data-driven decisions for patients. In SDI we impact the drug portfolio by providing transformative solutions, analytics and scientific insights to bring new medicines to patients. We strengthen relationships with partners, drive innovation, challenge & optimise workflows, and ensure overall data FAIRness. Through digitalisation and automation, we improve efficiency, enable collaboration and ensure regulatory compliance.

Role Mission

We are offering an outstanding opportunity for a Digital Pathology Informatics Specialist to work with multidisciplinary teams of (computer) scientists dedicated to initiating, implementing and maintaining novel and transformative informatics projects and solutions, and to jointly shape our future project and service portfolio as a member of the Data & Analytics community.

Your Impact

  • Managing the life cycle of the preclinical Digital Pathology platform, including request-, change- and incident management.

  • Assisting the stakeholders in computerised system validation (CSV) activities in the role of information management (IM) lead.

  • Managing the development of computer information systems projects and technical activities to satisfy information and data processing needs of the business function and regulatory environment.

  • Providing training, guidance and scientific support to scientists to increase effective usage of systems and data.

  • Nurturing trustful relationships and effective collaboration with internal and external partners.

Your Profile

You thrive in a dynamic, inclusive environment which gives you full accountability for your own contributions and development. You have a keen interest in continuously building a personal network, are resourceful and flexible in problem-solving and in working in a collaborative and inclusive manner, and you have a sense for ensuring that everyone has the required information at all times.

Your extensive professional experience enables you to expertly initiate, implement and maintain informatics projects and solutions in the field of digital pathology. You have the experience to analyse, model and translate scientific business processes into system specifications and solutions. You have a working knowledge of laboratory information management system (LIMS) and electronic laboratory notebook (ELN) frameworks in a scientific setting, as well as data analysis and reporting tools. You have good knowledge and practice of agile (SCRUM) project management and initial proven experience in the regulatory environment (GLP/GCP).

You have strong oral and written communication skills and are proficient in preparing and running effective meetings.

Our Commitment

Roche commits to recognising talent and aptitude. We prioritise encouraging and supporting our employees on their personal journeys by providing a safe, creative space to help them reflect, make decisions and grow in their career.

We are confident that we find the most innovative solutions by gaining different perspectives, asking and answering hard questions, and challenging the status quo. Roche embraces diversity and equal opportunity in a serious yet enthusiastic way; we are devoted to building a team that represents a range of backgrounds, perspectives, and skills. The more inclusive we are, the better our work will be.

Who we are

At Roche, more than 100,000 people across 100 countries are pushing back the frontiers of healthcare. Working together, we’ve become one of the world’s leading research-focused healthcare groups. Our success is built on innovation, curiosity and diversity.

Basel is the headquarters of the Roche Group and one of its most important centres of pharmaceutical research. Over 10,700 employees from over 100 countries come together at our Basel/Kaiseraugst site, which is one of Roche`s largest sites. Read more.

Besides extensive development and training opportunities, we offer flexible working options, 18 weeks of maternity leave and 10 weeks of gender independent partnership leave. Our employees also benefit from multiple services on site such as child-care facilities, medical services, restaurants and cafeterias, as well as various employee events.

We believe in the power of diversity and inclusion, and strive to identify and create opportunities that enable all people to bring their unique selves to Roche.

Roche is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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