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location: Northbrook, Illinois
job type: Contract
salary: $44.66 - 62.53 per hour
work hours: 9 to 5
- Conducting advanced technical searches by identifying, analyzing, synthesizing, and delivering published literature and data to Medical Affairs (including HEOR), R&D, Clinical, Business and/or Commercial functions, using premium resources (e.g.: Dialog, Cortellis, Pharmapendium, Informa, Micromedex, QUOSA etc.)
- Delivering training and orientation as assigned to the library portals key stakeholders worldwide on key resources; contributing to the development and testing of customized standalone tools for the portal; participating in organizing vendor and librarian training for all teams and locations. Participating in measuring, use and uptake metrics for the portal and all key resources trained on
- Contributing to the development, evaluation, and testing of library portal content and solutions.
- Participating in trouble shooting issues with vendors and IT support assisting users globally in accessing the global library portal resources, including QUOSA in collaboration with Portal/ Technical Services.
- Bachelors Degree
- At least three years of pharmaceutical or corporate library experience in searching roles. Experience in searching DIALOG, and other premium databases (Thomson Reuters Cortellis, Informa, Elsevier, Micromedex, etc.) and advanced Internet searching skills.
- Excellent organizational skills. The ability to prioritize and manage multiple projects and demands. Knowledge in multi-national copyright and licensing principles and issues.
- Ability to participate in a global, matrixed team environment. Fluent in written and verbal business English. Good oral, written, deliverable and presentation skills.
- Masters in Library and Information Sciences, from an American Library Association accredited program or appropriate equivalent EU education.
- Three years pharmaceutical industry library database searching experience preferred.
- Undergraduate degree in a health sciences or equivalent experience.
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