PV Project Manager
CK Group are recruiting for a PV Project Manager to join a company in the Pharmaceutical industry at their site based in Cambridge on a contract basis for 3 months.
Company: Our client is a global pharmaceutical company with a major presence in the UK. Their purpose is to deliver life-changing medicines and to do this they are completely science-led and like to share this with the scientific, healthcare and business communities within the UK.
Location: This PV Project Manager role willbe based at our clients site in Cambridge.
- 478.00 per day LTD / £346.28 per day PAYE, depending on experience.
PV Project Manager Role:
- Identify opportunities for and drives the enhancement of existing processes and partnershipsthrough knowledge of internal and external environment.
- Working with the leading professionals, and Patient Safety and Regulatory experts, develop, establish, monitor, report and assess global KPIs related to safety and regulatory data reporting.• Utilise safety and regulatory knowledge to maintain and support the global inspection readiness strategy.
- Manage relationships/partnerships/alliances external to the business CMO function that are essential to delivering the business pharmacovigilance and regulatory LTO responsibilities.
- Using deep understanding of regulatory and pharmacovigilance processes and regulations provide process or compliance support to safety and regulatory teams and submissions.
- AScience/Pharmacy/Nursing degree, with at least 5 years relevant experience (pharmaceutical, regulatory, safety and partnership).
- Experience in working cross-functionally.
- Leadership skills, including proven leadership of project teams experience.
- Thorough scientific knowledge sufficient to understand all aspects of regulatory/pharmacovigilance and partnership issues.
- Thorough knowledge of the drug development process.
Apply: For more information or to apply for this PV Project Manager position, please contact Julie on 01438 870011 or email email@example.com, quoting job ref 48694.
It is essential that applicants hold entitlement to work in the UK.