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Pharmacovigilance Officer

Pharmacovigilance Officer

Job Title: Pharmacovigilance Officer
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: City of London, London
Industry:
Salary: £26000 per annum
Reference: HQ00061340_1504171560
Contact Name: Richard Williamson
Contact Email: r.williamson@sciproglobal.com
Job Published: August 31, 2017 10:26

Job Description

Based at our recently renovated office, this role will be responsible for supporting all activities relating to Pharmacovigilance for wholesale and distribution, own brand and Speciality Services such as Pharma funded patient support programmes , meeting all applicable Pharmacovigilance best practice requirements and regulatory obligations. The Pharmacovigilance Officer will be reporting into the Pharmacovigilance Manager.

Role:

Based at our recently renovated Support Centre in Walsgrave Triangle, Coventry, this role will be responsible for supporting all activities relating to Pharmacovigilance for wholesale and distribution, own brand and Speciality Services such as Pharma funded patient support programmes , meeting all applicable Pharmacovigilance best practice requirements and regulatory obligations. The Pharmacovigilance Officer will be reporting into the Pharmacovigilance Manager, and will receive training and development (formal and informal) to carry out their specialised role.

You will also have responsibility for:

  • Liaising with internal stakeholders and colleagues around safety related issues
  • Creating and tracking relevant reports pertaining to safety cases and performing trend analysis
  • Routine screening and transmission of Adverse Event's to Pharmaceutical manufacturers e.g. Roche
  • Meeting all pharmacovigilance reporting requirements as per UK standards and safety data exchange agreements
  • Supporting process improvements in pharmacovigilance, aspiring to be the 'best in class'
  • Keeping up to date with legislative requirements and inform stakeholders of any changes; proactive risk management
  • Supporting internal quality audit control and any related corrective and preventative actions (CAPA) to promote a culture of continuous learning
  • Participating in the appropriate project management meetings and addressing any process issues
  • Engaging in company projects owning areas relevant to patient safety or whole projects for the business as required.

Person:

The successful candidate should:

  • Hold a relevant life sciences degree, or have experience working in the health care/Pharma Industry within a process driven role or worked in a methodological environment
  • Share and operate with the company's core ICARE values
  • Have a strong attention to detail and appreciation of compliance to business procedures
  • Be able to demonstrate effective communication and interpersonal skills
  • Be well organised, able to plan and manage own workload to ensure critical business timelines are met
  • Have an appreciation of the importance of robust procedures for benefits to patient safety and business reputation.

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