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Reference No: J11808

Pharmacovigilance Associate

Location: Cambridge.

Salary: Up to £30,000 basic.

Brand New Permanent Pharmacovigilance Associate \ PV Associate role in Cambridge.

Would you like to work for a leading R&D company and gain exposure to both clinical and post-marketing trials? Due to expansion of this companies pipeline there is a growing need for experienced PV associates to join their team.

The Role:

Working in our global Pharmacovigilance Department the candidate will gain exposure to many different aspects of Pharmacovigilance. Following induction to the company and training, the Pharmacovigilance Associate will be responsible for:

-Case processing including data entry, review and assessment of SAE/AE reports (including narrative writing) from clinical trial and post marketing sources onto our global safety database (ARISg), in accordance with company SOPs and regulatory requirements.
Assisting with SAE reconciliation.
-MedDRA coding.
-Literature review.
-Using and maintaining the global safety database.
-Contributing to the on-going enhancement of Pharmacovigilance processes and writing Standard Operating Procedures.
- Supporting the Pharmacovigilance team with the creation and quality of safety reports in CSRs, DSURs/PBRERs and regulatory dossiers.

The Candidate:

-The candidate will ideally be a life science graduate with proven work experience of pharmacovigilance case processing.

-Competent with medical terminology, excellent communication abilities and possess good IT skills. Previous use of safety database (preferably ARISg web based) would be beneficial. A high standard of organisation, narrative writing and impeccable attention to detail is essential.

If this role is of interest to you please contact our expert consultant on the details below:

Catherine Kennedy: 0118 9594990 / ckennedy@clinicalprofessionals.co.uk

Keywords: scientist, drug safety, Bedfordshire, Suffolk, London, Hertfordshire, St Albans, Cambridgeshire

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