Shire Training specialist and project training manager in Paris, France

The primary focus for this role is to coordinate Product , professional and communication skills Training for the LOC in conjunction with Global Commercial Training • Responsible for the successful roll-out of Global Training requirements as defined by Global Training • Work with Global Training to identify and deliver appropriate product and skills training • Identify training needs within the LOC to increase Sales Force product knowledge and skills,

Monitors and maintains compliance with Global Training requirements through

(1) coordinating with our regulatory department Head, the Global Commercial Training on requirements, timelines and standards (2} managing logistics for rolling-out and implementing training ;modules/requirements and (3) tracking and monitoring effectiveness of LOC training.

Utilize-appropriate systems for-measuring the delivery and effectiveness- of training and incorporate key leanings into future events and training.

Utilize adult and blended learning principles and leverage the latest technology to provide training

Manage Training content updates (localization of content and final approval} for LOC projects to ensure they are approved within the (agreed-upon schedule. Liaise with Copy Approval Teams and problem solve with them to keep momentum of approvals. Share final materials with Global training.

Shire is the leading global biotechnology company focused on serving people with rare diseases and other highly specialized conditions. We strive to develop best-in-class products, many of which are available in more than 100 countries, across core therapeutic areas including Hematology, Immunology, Neuroscience, Ophthalmics, Lysosomal Storage Disorders, Gastrointestinal/Internal Medicine/Endocrine and Hereditary Angioedema; and a growing franchise in Oncology.

Our employees come to work every day with a shared mission: to develop and deliver breakthrough therapies for the hundreds of millions of people in the world affected by rare diseases and other high-need conditions, and who lack effective therapies to live their lives to the fullest.