Drug Safety Officer
$175,000 - $230,000
California, USA

SciPro is working with an incredibly exciting client who are looking to bring on a passionate and collaborative Drug Safety Officer.

Our client is an exciting pre-IPO biotech that has a solid foundation of drug development leaders from globally renowned biopharmaceutical organizations and are on track to IPO next year! The team have multiple programs within the Metabolics space and are spanning from phases I - III.

This is an exclusive search and one of my most exciting as this is a highly visible position. The DSO will report to the VP, Head of Safety and Pharmacovigilance. You would work alongside the VP and join an intimate clinical team where you would hold a large voice in the company's direction!

Requirements:

  • MUST reside in PST or MST (yes this is a remote role).
  • MD with a few years of industry expertise (specifcally within safety).
  • OR PharmD/PhD or Nursing Degree with 4+ industry years of expertise.
  • Strong experience in aggregate reports.
  • Hands-on expertise with risk management.
  • An individual open to being adaptable and a strong team player.

The team are actively interviewing as we speak. Should you be interested, please submit your resume or reach out via email at s.alizadeh@sciproglobal.com.

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