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Global Pharmacovigilance Physician

Global Pharmacovigilance Physician

  • Location

    London, England

  • Sector:

    Pharmacovigilance

  • Job type:

    Permanent

  • Salary:

    Negotiable

  • Contact:

    Toby Ferguson

  • Contact email:

    info@pharma-partners.co.uk

  • Job ref:

    TF005_1594655523

  • Published:

    3 months ago

  • Expiry date:

    2020-08-12

  • Consultant:

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Global Pharmacovigilance Physician

Pharma-Partners is supporting an established yet still fast-growing Clinical Research Organisation as they look to add medical expertise to their drug safety function. This CRO has an increasing Global presence and provides clinical trial management services to small and large pharm/biotech sponsors, across multiple therapy areas.

Reporting to the VP of Pharmacovigilance who is based at the Global HQ, you will work closely with therapy aligned expert MDs, regional regulatory leaders, clinical operations decision-makers, and peers in drug safety, to ensure the safe and timeline management of various clinical trials.

Key Responsibilities

  • For assigned clinical studies, you will manage medical review of individual adverse event reports (AERs)
  • Give oversight and decisive input for the review of on-going and new safety documents
  • Conduct safety reviews of various clinical study documents, to include study protocols and study reports
  • Build close-knit inter-departmental relationships to foster the effective collection and handling of safety data
  • Work closely with regulatory colleagues to maintain compliance and product safety throughout each trial and phase

Candidate Requirements

  • Qualified physician with GMC registration
  • Post-qualification experience in the NHS or am equivalent setting
  • Experience in pharmaceutical medicine in drug safety is required; either directly in a similar PV Physician role or a Research Physician role handling AEs / SAEs and medical monitoring activities
  • Experience working with colleagues and peers at a Global level
  • An understanding of local/regional/international drug safety and regulatory practices and how these are managed in a service-provision CRO environment
  • Someone keen to learn and flexible in their approach to their work
  • Confident and proactive communicator in their day-to-day job

To apply for this position please use the "Easy Apply" option or feel free to send your CV directly to the Pharma-Partners team via email info@pharma-partners.co.uk