Clinical Complaint Investigator
United States of America – Home Based
In this role, you have the opportunity to
Evaluate, investigate, and resolve complaints while also analyzing complaint data and gathering additional information as needed. You will manage the complaint investigation process end-to-end. You will work with other teams in a collaborative environment to complete the end-to-end complaints process in a highly regulated environment.
You are responsible for
- Evaluate, investigate, track and complete complaints through effective and established complaint handling processes.
- Ensure accurate documentation of evaluation and investigation results with the assigned complaint records.
- Participate and collaborate objectively with team members to achieve consistent process while identifying process improvements to drive efficiency and compliance.
- Collaborate with a variety of diverse persons such as Engineers, Scientists, Clinical Specialists, Field Service Engineers, Professional Customers and Manufacturing personnel to facilitate the complaint investigation process globally.
- Review each complaint for and determine eligibility for adverse event reporting to worldwide regulatory agencies.
- Prepare and submit adverse event reports to appropriate regulatory agencies.
- Assist in trending of complaints and collaborate with the appropriate groups to ensure accuracy of data.
- Support reviews and audits as required.
- Other projects assigned.
You are a part of
Value Segment Solutions, a business unit of Monitoring & Analytics, which expands access to care while extending health and wellness. We are committed to providing locally relevant innovations that are tailored to customer requirements. The Quality and Regulatory team enables meaningful innovation for our customers by partnering with and guiding the business to achieve world-class quality and regulatory compliance in a rapidly changing environment, while creating a great workplace for our people to realize their career aspirations.
To succeed in this role, you should have the following skills and experience
- 3+ years’ experience working in a post market role including adverse event reporting decisions.
- Bachelor’s degree required. Nursing degree (BScN or higher), Public Health or other relevant Medical/Science degree combined.
- 2+ years’ professional clinical experience.
- Experience with Complaint Handling Software, Databases, and Microsoft Office.
- Demonstrated strong results orientation.
- Proficiency using statistical tools, office tools, and various other computer software applications.
- Must be able to work under pressure to meet regulatory reporting time frames and company requirements.
- Strong sense of responsibility and self-motivation with demonstrated ability to function independently and in a group environment.
- Requires the proven ability to consistently meet and/or exceed goals. Must be capable of making commitments, setting priorities, and delivering results on time.
- Able to exercise sound judgment within Philips using standard operating procedures and policies to determine appropriate action to achieve objectives.
In return, we offer you
A path towards your most rewarding career. Succeeding in this role in a complex environment will open many doors for your long term career, in other areas in Philips or otherwise. We also believe that we are at our best as a company when you are at yours as a person. Thus, we offer competitive health benefits, a flexible work schedule and access to local well-being focused activities.
Why should you join Philips?
Working at Philips is more than a job. It’s a calling to create a healthier society through meaningful work, focused on improving 3 billion lives a year by delivering innovative solutions across the health continuum. Our people experience a variety of unexpected moments when their lives and careers come together in meaningful ways.
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