Information Technology (IT) Project Coordinator Intern: January 2020 to December 2020

  • Opportunity Profile:
    •  At Bristol-Myers Squibb, we are a team dedicated to discovering, developing and delivering innovative medicines that help patients prevail over serious diseases. Our commitment is to foster a globally diverse and inclusive workforce with a high-performing culture that is agile, entrepreneurial and accountable.  This enables our business strategy while encouraging excellence, growth, achievement, innovation and a balance between our personal and professional lives. 
      By combining the reach and resources of a global pharmaceutical company with the can-do spirit and agility of a biotechnology company, we are becoming a leader for the future – a next-generation BioPharma leader. 
      Current Twelve-Month Co-op/Intern Opportunity (Up to 30 hours/week)
      North American Capability Center in Tampa
      BMS is merging all functional areas into one GxP Quality Management Systems (QMS) under Project Fusion.  The IT Project Coordinator will report to the Project Fusion IT Lead performing the following:
      • Becoming familiar with Project Fusion and all the sub-projects impacting IT
      • Coordinating IT Leads and Subject matter experts in implementing new or converting over processes
      • This position will require the person to coordinate several project deliverables and includes scheduling meetings, take meeting minutes, creating presentations, etc.
      • Ensure timelines are met.
      • Escalate issues to Program Lead as necessary.
      • Collect data and conduct assessments to make recommendations to the team on complex issues
      • Participate in the variety of transformation work included in Project Fusion
        • Transformation of Procedural Documents (may include collaborative authoring, reviewing, and routing for approval Procedural Documents)
        • Creating Training Curriculums, identifying required personnel required to train, and executing a training plan
        • Investigating process Deviations making recommendations to improve IT Processes
        • Data analytics to recommend areas of improvement based on repeat issues
      • Enrolled in Bachelor’s degree program in a technically focused major and at minimum, successful completion of first year.  Desired backgrounds/degrees include:
        • Information Technology
        • Computer Science
        • Engineering
        • Business major with a strong technology background
          • MS Office background preferred.
      Key Learnings:
      • Familiarity working in a global biopharmaceuctical company
      • Learn regulations impacting IT (GLP, GCP, GMP, GvP, and Computer System Validation)
      • Experience with running projects and collaborating across business functions
      • This position is ideal for someone who wants to learn the business of IT and not necessarily work in a technical role
      • Flexibility with changing requirements
      • ITIL Foundations
       Key Deliverables at Project Completion:
      • At end of the co-op/intern assignment it will be required for the student to create a presentation reflecting their learning’s and recommendations for improvement.