I am currently recruiting for a Senior PV Scientist to join my client based in Hertfordshire on an initial 12 month contract basis. Within this role you will act as the subject matter expert and provide leadership to the team.
Assist in the completion of projects and new strategic initiatives by managing logistics, integrating with teams, attending meetings, and following through on assigned tasks
Expand the reach of the Leaders and the group’s overall effectiveness by maintaining contact/dialogue with key stakeholders
Contribute in the development of new tools under the leadership of the and the Leaders
Support the quality management of the core PDS processes under the supervision of the PV Process Leader and in collaboration with other stakeholders
MSc or a degree in a life science or healthcare-related discipline (e.g. PharmD, nursing, dentistry, etc.)
Relevant experience in pharmacovigilance and/or a clinical safety-related role (typically 3+ years of experience)
A higher qualification in a relevant discipline (e.g. pharmacovigilance, epidemiology, operations management, lean sigma, etc), depending upon the required areas of process development expertise.
Experience, Skills, Knowledge:
Familiarity with one or more core department processes (e.g. ICSR management, signal management, risk management) and/or other critical supportive processes (e.g. benefit-risk assessment, aggregate reporting, etc).
Familiarity with regulatory pharmacovigilance requirements and guidelines published by the major global Health Authorities (e.g. FDA, EMA, MHRA, etc).
Experience in project management desirable
Ability to operate effectively in a multifunctional, matrix team
Fluent in English (verbal and written)
Excellent written and verbal communication skills
Attention to detail -good prioritization and organization skills
Good computing/IT skills
For further information about this role, please contact Tim Barratt on (phone number removed) or email
Salary: £55.00 – £65.00/hour
Job Type: Contract
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