Safety Informatician

Highly Competitive
  1. Permanent
  2. PV Scientist
  3. United Kingdom
Cambridge, England
Posting date: 18 Aug 2020

A large biopharmaceutical company based in Cambridge is looking for a Safety Informatician to join them. The Safety Informatician seeks opportunities to utilise new or existing information assets and successfully manages relationships with stakeholders across the business.

Job Responsibilities

  • Integrates and summarises complex data & information across multiple domains. With the ability to leverage in-depth skills & knowledge to support data analysis, reporting and visualization needs, as appropriate.
  • Ensures that relevant data/information standards and quality levels are defined
  • Communicates relevant approaches and findings effectively with customer and stakeholder team.
  • Ensures that relevant information assets are developed and managed in ways that enable effective sharing, re-use, accessibility, and quality.
  • Coaches colleagues within relevant customer or peer groups, to support ongoing best practice and skills development
  • Oversees or provides expert technical support to customers on a global basis
  • Coordinates the effective use of relevant data sources, tools and methodologies to ensure existing processes and systems.
  • Supports the overall improvement of enabling activities relating to informatics, including troubleshooting problems & developing solutions.
  • Responsible for ensuring that user support arrangements are defined as required.

Skills and Requirements

  • Bachelor's degree in a scientific or information sciences discipline, with an understanding of how information is utilised to support safety and benefit-risk activities as part of bio-pharmaceutical drug development.
  • Proven technical competence, with hands-on experience, in identifying and delivering informatics and analytics solutions in complex business settings.
  • Knowledge of relevant data sources, informatics, and analytics tools and database structures.
  • Experience in safety signal management and/or the exploitation of clinical study safety data to define the safety profile of a products used in clinical settings.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills to influence / shape their particular area of expertise, along with the ability to understand multiple, complex business needs.

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