Director of PharmacovigilanceBACK
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Director, Pharmacovigilance Perm - Surrey Competitive Salary + Excellent Benefits Package
IntaPeople are working with a reputable and longstanding Pharmaceutical client, globally renowned with a multinational footprint. Due to growth, our client is seeking a Director of Pharmacovigilance to be responsible for the building and maintaining of a company-wide Pharmacovigilence system. This will include collecting, monitoring, processing, and distributing of adverse event reports and information queries for investigational and marketed products. As the successful candidate, you will be responsible for safety for the assigned products, including safety components of protocols and studies for assigned drugs. You will be the lead individual for any and all medical related risk management issues for the company.
Reporting into the Vice President of Medical Affairs, the successful Director of Pharmacovigilance will act as the internal safety resource in connection with safety issues.
Candidates applying for this position will have substantial experience in the pharmaceutical industry with solid experience in Pharmacovigilance and need to have a medical degree (MD, DO, MBBS, PhD or equivalent). Candidates applying with an active medical license within the EU would be advantageous
If you have a proven ability to work as an independent, self-sufficient, solutions orientated professional with swift problem solving and decision making abilities, apply today.
This is an exciting opportunity for the right person, if you feel that the above is of interest please submit your CV for consideration to email@example.com. Alternatively if you want to discuss the role in more detail please contact Donáh on 02920252500 for a confidential chat.
If this position is not for you, but know someone in your network you could suggest – IntaPeople are happy to offer referral fees for successful candidates.
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