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Our Latest Pharmaceutical Jobs – 06.08.2012

Looking for a job in the Pharmaceutical Industry? Please click on the links below to find out about our latest pharmaceutical jobs new in this week:

Clinical:

Senior CRA, Home Based, UK

Clinical Administration Assistant

Associate Clinical Project Manager, Munich

Safety Advisor

Interim Clinical Funding Manager, London

Clinical Team Manager, London

Biometrics:

Operations Manager for Medical Affairs

Medical Information Associate

Clinical Data Manager – The Netherlands

Medical Information Executive – Surrey

Disease Manager – Japan

Lactation Consultant – Japan

Global Data Manager  -Belgium

Medics:

Medical Advisor (Dermatology/Psriosis) South East

Regulatory affairs:

Senior Regulatory Executive (CMC) – Hertfordshire

Regulatory Executive CMC

 

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Senior Medical Advisor Job – Drug Safety

  • Permanent opportunity
  • Salary upwards of £75K plus car allowance, very good annual bonus

 

Working with the Head of Pharmacovigilance you will be responsible for the provision of a comprehensive Pharmacovigilance and Drug Safety service to European and Global; stakeholders.

Our client has a team of Drug Safety Medics. Whilst this role is not a management role within the department it is an ideal opportunity for a candidate with more experience to take on a leadership and mentoring position to other less experienced Pharmacovigilance medics and help them with their development.

Responsibilities:

As a Senior Medical Advisor, your key responsibilities will include:

  • To proactively manage the globalsafety aspects for a specific product, or group of products.
  • To be a member of the body that manages pharmacovigilance globally
  • To support the Head of Product Safetyand the Qualified Person for Pharmacovigilance (QPPV) in the collection, assessment, evaluation, distribution and reporting of individual and cumulative safety reports.
  • As the senior member of the team provide orientation, training and support, and to assist the Head of Product Safety in the maintenance of standards of performance
  • To lead the response to safety-related medical queries from regulatory authorities, external bodies and internally for specified products.
  • Be responsible for leading safety evaluation, including signal detection and benefit-risk analysis

 

This opportunity is a rare one to join an established and forward thinking safety department under the stewardship of one of the industries most respected and experienced heads.

Qualifications and Experience:

The key qualifications and qualities you will posses will be:

  • Experience as a Pharmacovigilance medic
  • GMC registration
  • A “can do” attitude with a genuine team focus
  • Outstanding communication skills
  • Tact, Diplomacy and an eye for detail

 

Apply Now

For a full job description or to discuss the role further, please contact Ben Traies on 01438 870021 or email btraies@ckmedics.com.

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Pharmacovigilance Physician Job – South East, UK

Our client, a global pharmaceutical company is looking for a Pharmacovigilance Physician to join their team based in the South East of England.

 

Responsibilities:

The main responsibilities of this Pharmacovigilance Physician role will include:

  • Determining the medical and scientific relevance of serious adverse event reports within the context of the product’s safety profile: spontaneous reports, clinical and non-clinical studies, literature reports and other sources of safety data.
  • Determining key events of interest, emerging safety issues identified from important individual case safety reports, assigning appropriate dictionary terms during coding and performing causality assessments for the purpose of determining international regulatory reporting requirements.
  • Medical evaluation of adverse event reports, including but not limited to all serious and expedited reports and all pregnancy reports.
  • Preparation of IND letters to investigators (SUA summaries).
  • Provide medical guidance and opinions to drug safety associates, other physicians and scientific staff in the evaluation and follow-up of individual case safety reports. Provide medical input for ad-hoc queries as requested.
  • Participate in signal detection efforts, e.g. strategy meetings for PSURs and periodic reports and structured surveillance programs and other medical/scientific meetings.
  •  Review aggregate reports such US Periodic Reviews and non-serious line listings of events on a weekly basis to assess correct seriousness classification.
  • The primary decision making responsibility of this Pharmacovigilance Physician role centres on the assessing the medical significance of the individual case safety report.

 

Requirements & Experience:

The successful candidate will be a GMC registered medic supporting anti-infective products as well as oncology and pain. You will provide medical expertise in the evaluation of safety data from a variety of sources as part of the overall pharmacovigilance process

  • Fully GMC registered Physician,
  • Broad clinical experience.
  • Sound knowledge of general medicine and clinical practice as evidenced by subspecialty medical training and/or medical practice experience is required.
  • Good communication skills, both written and verbal are required, as well as the ability to work in a team-orientated, matrix environment.

 

Apply Now

For more information, or to apply for this Pharmacovigilance Physician job, please contact Ben Traies at CK Clinical on +44 (0) 1438 743047 or  Btraies@ckclinical.co.uk.  Quote Reference number: 20845.

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Senior Medical Advisor – Drug Safety Services

  • Permanent opportunity
  • Salary upwards of £75K plus car allowance, very good annual bonus

Working with the Head of Pharmacovigilance, as Senior Medical Advisor you will be responsible for the provision of a comprehensive Pharmacovigilance and Drug Safety service to European and Global; stakeholders.

Our client has a team of Drug Safety Medics. Whilst this role is not a management role within the department it is an ideal opportunity for a candidate with more experience to take on a leadership and mentoring position to other less experienced Pharmacovigilance medics and help them with their development.

The key responsibilities of this Senior Medical Advisor role will include:

  • To proactively manage the global safety aspects for a specific product, or group of products.
  • To be a member of the body that manages pharmacovigilance globally.
  • To support the Head of Product Safety and the Qualified Person for Pharmacovigilance (QPPV) in the collection, assessment, evaluation, distribution and reporting of individual and cumulative safety reports.
  • As the senior member of the team provide orientation, training and support, and to assist the Head of Product Safety in the maintenance of standards of performance.
  • To lead the response to safety-related medical queries from regulatory authorities, external bodies and internally for specified products.
  • Be responsible for a leading safety evaluation, including signal detection and benefit-risk analysis.

This opportunity is a rare one to join an established and forward thinking safety department under the stewardship of one of the industries most respected and experienced heads.

In order to be considered for this Senior Medical Advisor position, the key qualifications and qualities you will possess will include,

  • Experience as a Pharmacovigilance medic
  • GMC registration
  • A “can do” attitude with a genuine team focus
  • Outstanding communication skills
  • Tact, Diplomacy and an eye for detail

 

Apply Now

For a full job description or to discuss the role further, please contact Ben Traies on 01438 870021 or email btraies@ckmedics.com

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Pharmacovigilance Physician (PVP) – SE – UK

A Pharmacovigilance Physician is required to join a pharmacovigilance team based in the South East of England.

Working as a medic in a pharmacovigilance team, as a Pharmacovigilance Physician you will be supporting anti-infective products as well as oncology and pain. You will be a GMC registered medic, available for a full time interim contract of 37 hours per week based in the South East of England.

The objective of this Pharmacovigilance Physician position is to provide medical expertise in the evaluation of safety data from a variety of sources as part of the overall pharmacovigilance process.

The Pharmacovigilance Physician has the primary responsibility of determining the medical and scientific relevance of serious adverse event reports within the context of the product’s safety profile as well as other products within the same therapeutic area. These responsibilities include spontaneous reports, clinical and non-clinical studies, literature reports and other sources of safety data.

As Pharmacovigilance Physician, your medical expertise will be reflected in activities such as determining key events of interest, emerging safety issues identified from important individual case safety reports, assigning appropriate dictionary terms during coding and performing causality assessments for the purpose of determining international regulatory reporting requirements.

The principal responsibilities of this Pharmacovigilance Physician job will include:

  • Medical evaluation of adverse event reports, including but not limited to all serious and expedited reports and all pregnancy reports – (70%)
  • Preparation of IND letters to investigators (SUA summaries) – (5%)
  • Provide medical guidance and opinions to drug safety associates, other physicians and scientific staff in the evaluation and follow-up of individual case safety reports. Provide medical input for ad-hoc queries as requested – (10%)
  • Participate in signal detection efforts, e.g. strategy meetings for PSURs and periodic reports and structured surveillance programs and other medical/scientific meetings – (5%)
  • Review aggregate reports such US Periodic Reviews and non-serious line listings of events on a weekly basis to assess correct seriousness classification – (10%)

The primary decision making responsibility of this Pharmacovigilance Physician role centres on the assessing the medical significance of the individual case safety report.

For a full job description or to discuss this Pharmacovigilance Physician role further please contact Ben Traies at btraies@ckmedics.com or call on 01438 870021.

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Lead Pharmacovigilance Physician- Buckinghamshire, UK

A Lead Pharmacovigilance Physician is required for a global pharmaceutical company based in Buckinghamshire, UK.

As a Lead Pharmacovigilance Physician, your main objective will be to provide leadership to a group of Pharmacovigilance Physicians across multiple therapeutic areas. You will be required to demonstrate your senior technical leadership skills by participating in matrix management activities including the evaluation of safety issues and preparation of aggregate reports, interpretation of surveillance and product quality data.

Further responsibilities of this Lead Pharmacovigilance Physician include:

  • Assigning workflow as appropriate to assure compliance with regulatory reporting timelines in addition to evaluating and identifying training needs.
  • Participating in cross-functional projects including SOP committees, taskforces, work streams etc) and representing BRM positions, processes and guidance’s to external business partners.
  • Responsibility for the medical evaluation of defined local (regional) adverse event reports, including all serious and expedited reports and all pregnancy related cases and providing guidance and participating in follow-up efforts of adverse events as needed.
  • Participating in the review of aggregate reports with respect to process and signal detection and appropriately communicate any safety issues stemming from such review activities.

For more information, or to apply for this Lead Pharmacovigilance Physician job, please contact Ben Traies on btraies@ckmedics.com <mailto:btraies@ckmedics.com> or call on 01438 870021.

Alternatively, click here to apply for this Lead Pharmacovigilance Physician job now.

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Lead Pharmacovigilance Physician- Buckinghamshire, UK

A Lead Pharmacovigilance Physician is required for a global pharmaceutical company based in Buckinghamshire, UK. As a Lead Pharmacovigilance Physician, your main objective will be to provide leadership to a group of Pharmacovigilance Physicians across multiple therapeutic areas. You will be required to demonstrate your senior technical leadership skills by participating in matrix management activities including the evaluation of safety issues and preparation of aggregate reports, interpretation of surveillance and product quality data. Further responsibilities of this Lead Pharmacovigilance Physician include:

  • Assigning workflow as appropriate to assure compliance with regulatory reporting timelines in addition to evaluating and identifying training needs.
  • Participating in cross-functional projects including SOP committees, taskforces, work streams etc) and representing BRM positions, processes and guidance’s to external business partners.
  • Responsibility for the medical evaluation of defined local (regional) adverse event reports, including all serious and expedited reports and all pregnancy related cases and providing guidance and participating in follow-up efforts of adverse events as needed.
  • Participating in the review of aggregate reports with respect to process and signal detection and appropriately communicate any safety issues stemming from such review activities.

For more information, or to apply for this Lead Pharmacovigilance Physician job, please contact Ben Traies on btraies@ckmedics.com or call on 01438 870021. Alternatively, click here to apply for this Lead Pharmacovigilance Physician job now. Not quite what you’re looking for? Click here to search for other pharmacovigilance jobs now. CK Clinical - Pharmaceutical Recruitment, Pharmaceutical Jobs, UKTwitter- CK Clinical, Pharmaceutical Recruitment, Pharmaceutical JobsLinkedin - CK Clinical, Pharmaceutical Recruitment, Pharmaceutical Jobs Facebook - CK Clinical, Pharmaceutical Recruitment, Pharmaceutical Jobs, UK Youtube - CK Clinical, Pharmaceutical Recruitment, Pharmaceutical Jobs, UK

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Phamacovigilance Physician based in High Wycombe, UK

Pharmacovigilance Physician to join a pharmacovigilance team based in High Wycombe, UK.

Working as a medic in a pharmacovigilance team, you will be supporting anti-infective products as well as oncology and pain. You will be a GMC registered medic, available for a full time interim contract of 37 hours per week based in the South East of England.

The objective of this position is to provide medical expertise in the evaluation of safety data from a variety of sources as part of the overall pharmacovigilance process. The Pharmacovigilance Physician (PVP) has primary responsibility for determining the medical and scientific relevance of serious adverse event reports within the context of the product’s safety profile as well as other products within the same therapeutic area. These responsibilities include spontaneous reports, clinical and non-clinical studies, literature reports and other sources of safety data.

This medical expertise will be reflected in activities such as determining key events of interest, emerging safety issues identified from important individual case safety reports, assigning appropriate dictionary terms during coding and performing causality assessments for the purpose of determining international regulatory reporting requirements.

PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Medical evaluation of adverse event reports, including but not limited to all serious and expedited reports and all pregnancy reports.
  • Preparation of IND letters to investigators (SUA summaries)
  • Provide medical guidance and opinions to drug safety associates, other physicians and scientific staff in the evaluation and follow-up of individual case safety reports. Provide medical input for ad-hoc queries as requested.
  • Participate in signal detection efforts, e.g. strategy meetings for PSURs and periodic reports and structured surveillance programs and other medical/scientific meetings.
  • Review aggregate reports such US Periodic Reviews and non-serious line listings of events on a weekly basis to assess correct seriousness classification.

For a full job description or to discuss this role further please contact Ben Traies at btraies@ckmedics.com or call on 01438 870021.

Not quite what you’re looking for? Click here to search for our other pharmacovigilance job vacancies now.

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Medical Director (6 Month Contract) based in Uxbridge, UK

Our client, a leading global pharmaceutical company, is currently recruiting for a Medical Director to join their team in Uxbridge.

Reporting to Director of Oncology you will work closely with the commercial department to provide input into the strategic management of the product. You will develop and implement strategic direction within the oncology therapeutic areas, allowing commercial aims and ambitions to be met.

This Medical Director role requires candidates to have a good understanding of clinical development processes and of the changing healthcare environment. You will provide authoritative opinion on medical, legal and regulatory matters to support your colleagues across the UK, enabling them to comply with the relevant statutory requirements. 

The successful candidate will be good at developing relationships with key influencers and external organisations to ensure that the business retains a leading voice in the UK pharmaceutical industry. Oncology experience is preferred. Four days a week is preferred but may be flexible.

If you are interested in finding out more about this exciting interim opportunity please contact Ben Traies at CK Medics on 01438 870021 or email btraies@ckmedics.com. Alternatively, to apply, click here.

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