At Veeva, we build enterprise cloud technology that powers the biggest names in the pharmaceutical, biotech, consumer goods, chemical & cosmetics industries.
Our customers make vaccines, life-saving medicines, and life-enhancing products that make a difference in everyday lives.
Our technology has transformed these industries; enabling them to get critical products and services to market faster. Our core values, Do the Right Thing, Customer Success, Employee Success, and Speed, guide us as we make our customers more efficient and effective in everything they do.
The Commercial Content (CC) Business Consulting team is focused on supporting our customers' commercial strategies through the design and delivery of solutions for the core business issues faced in the creation, development, review, approval and deployment of content for commercialized products in the life sciences.
The role of the CC Business Consultant is to help identify the source of the business issues faced, develop a structured approach to deliver solutions, and do so in a highly collaborative manner - ultimately building critical customer relationships within the Commercial Business of our customers.
A majority of your time will be spent supporting client engagement teams and working with a wide variety of clients to deliver Commercial Content advisory support.
Commercial Content Business Consultants have a strong subject matter understanding of commercial content operations processes, tools, and systems supporting marketing and medical content in support of commercialized products in the life sciences.
In addition, these individuals have strong management consulting or agency experience to serve as the day-to-day engagement resource leading projects with the engagement leadership team.
Typical projects will include developing operating models to support reuse of content, management of digital assets, content management through the content development, review, health authority submission and distribution phases, updates to systems and processes due to impending regulatory changes, digital transformation initiatives, and project and change management tied to commercial content initiatives.