Safety Specialist II

Highly Competitive
  1. Permanent
  2. Product Specialist
  3. United Kingdom
Cambridge, England
Posting date: 06 May 2020
This vacancy has now expired

Proclinical are currently recruiting on behalf of a pharmaceutical company for a Safety Specialist II to join their team in Cambridge. This organisation is dedicated to advancing therapeutics against life-threatening diseases, if you're looking for an opportunity to make a difference, then this could be the role for you.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Sets work priorities and direction with input from Manager.
  • Review, extract and accurately enter AE data from ICSR reports from investigational products.
  • Interpret case-related information including medical conditions, lab results and procedures, as well as compile complete narrative summaries.
  • Review, enter, and verify follow-up information for cases and make accurate determination of significant information.
  • Have solid working knowledge of protocol design and details relating to the extraction and entry of SAE from clinical trials reports.
  • Will have data review responsibility, to ensure data entries made by Safety Coordinators are accurate.
  • Will interact with other PVE functional areas to process adverse events efficiently and reliably.
  • Participate in some clinical trial activities with supervision from Manager or Sr Safety Specialist (i.e., protocol
  • May assists in the development of pharmacovigilance presentation for investigator meeting presentations
  • May assist with analysis and evaluation of performance and development of ongoing training for Operations group.

Skills and Requirements

  • 2+years of pharmacovigilance experience and a BS degree in a life sciences field
  • 3+ years of experience in the pharmacovigilance field and an AA degree preferred
  • Healthcare professional degree (i.e., RN, PharmD) and little to no pharmacovigilance experience or industry experience
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, both written and oral
  • Excellent computer skills in Microsoft environment (Microsoft Excel, Power point and Word).
  • The ability to assess data and understand the medical/safety implications
  • Demonstrated success working both independently and in collaboration with others

To Apply

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