LMS Administrator


About this role

We’re hiring an LMS Migration Administrator for a 6-month contract in our client, a multinational pharmaceutical company located in North York, ON.

The LMS Migration Administrator will be responsible for completing administrative tasks required to support the migration to a new Site Quality Document Management Tool in accordance with current GMP's. Working closely with the LMS Administrator, the LMS Support Representative’s key accountabilities will include:

  • Ensure appropriate LMS links are accurately updated and maintained
  • Run reports as requested both standard and ad hoc
  • Identify and assess Quality Tool reporting to determine updates required to LMS
  • Support the LMS Administrator with administrative tasks as required
  • Escalate any basic technical problems related to document management system
  • Quality Check inputs to ensure there are no errors
  • Maintain high levels of output and accuracy
  • Ensure deliverables related to data entry are met
  • Provide daily updates of progress identifying any risk to document links

Context of the job/major challenges:

  • Deadlines and deliverables – must be goal driven to ensure project timelines are met and issues are resolved in order to meet schedules when needed
  • Problem solving, analytical, organizational and time management skills – must be able to understand adult learning concepts/technology and work independently with minimal guidance
  • Conflict resolution in cross-cultural group dynamics – must be able to work with people from various knowledge levels, personalities, economic and cultural backgrounds and interact successfully with academic, business, and regulatory personnel
  • Creative and abstract thinking – necessary to develop and implement innovative, creative and efficient solutions to issues



  • University degree such as Bachelor of Science with more than 3 years of experience
  • Highly proficient with MS Office applications, Excel in particular
  • Data entry/data auditing experience, preferably in a GXP manufacturing. Knowledge and experience with biotech/pharmaceutical regulatory expectations and inspections preferred but not required
  • Strong written/oral communication skills
  • Strong attention to detail
  • Strong ability to collaborate within a matrix


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Monnatha Grego
Brunel Canada - Calgary

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