Pharmacovigilance Professional

Medical Affairs, Medical Information/Writing

South West

£Competitive

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Reference: ABR100088

We are working with a specialist pharmaceutical company that supply generic medicines to secondary care and private hospitals. They are a growing company that have a 'small pharma' feel. They have a flat structure which enables employees to be experts in more than just their role.

The company prides itself on its close working relationships with healthcare professionals, whose advice is essential to the future of the business.

Patient safety is at the forefront of what they do, from their packaging design to ready-to-use products focused on reducing the potential for medication errors.

The company's global presence and product portfolio has developed significantly over recent years and the Medical Affairs function has now reached a point where further expansion is needed to meet our strategic objectives.

They are now are looking for an experienced Pharmacovigilance professional to join their Medical Affairs team. The ultimate goal being to support them to maintain and develop their current systems, respond effectively to demand and to participate fully in opportunities for future growth of the company.

You will be an experienced pharmaceutical with relevant pharmacovigilance experience with a wider medical affairs background in order to multi skill the department.

You will be a key member of the office based team, working alongside colleagues in other territories and third party service providers to deliver a Pharmacovigilance service to all the company in the UK and worldwide.

The role will involve, and will therefore require, previous relevant experience of the following.

Maintaining the PV system and PV Quality Management System
Understanding the current and developing legislation and applying this to the company PV system and processes
Communicating on PV issues internally, with business partners and with healthcare professionals
Writing high quality scientific reports
Updating product labelling (SmPC, PIL, packaging)
The role will also involve wider aspects of Medical Affairs, including Pharmaceutical Regulatory Affairs and experience in the following areas would be an advantage

New product development
Medicines Information
Providing support to colleagues in commercial teams
An NHS background
The role will require the following essential skills

Outstanding communication and medical writing skills with exceptional attention to detail
The ability to meet deadlines while managing multiple responsibilities
Teamwork and Proactivity
Professionalism and Integrity
For the right candidate there will be flexibility to the role and the responsibilities which will be offered.

If this sounds like you please apply here.







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