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Pharmacovigilance Manager

Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Dublin
Contact Name: Laurentina Kennedy
Contact Email: laurentina@rftgroup.ie

Job Description

PHARMACOVIGILANCE MANAGER
The Pharmacovigilance Manager will be responsible for the direct management of activities related to the Pharmacovigilance system, compliance assurance with global Regulatory Health Authorities, and serving as Deputy QPPV. The role involves support for both commercially marketed and development products, the assessment of emerging safety signals, assessment and recommendations for labeling, and oversight of distributors/vendors to ensure compliance.

REPORTS TO: Sr. Manager of Medical Information and Pharmacovigilance

RESPONSIBILITIES:
  • Provide oversight of services provided by the pharmacovigilance vendor, ensuring compliance with local and global regulatory requirements.
  • Support for Regulatory Authority audits/inspections related to pharmacovigilance.
  • Review of CIOMS and Medwatch reports for accuracy and content prior to submission.
  • Support global PV reporting obligations to Regulatory authorities.
  • Support and enhance existing operating procedures and controls.
  • Build strong working relationships with internal stakeholders, PV vendor(s), and distributors.
  • Support the development and oversight of Safety Data Exchange Agreements.
  • Manage/oversight of risk mitigation measures; recommend measurements/modifications.
  • Support company adverse event training for staff.
  • Review and recommend safety related revisions to product labelling/investigational materials.
  • Support PSMF oversight/management and revision.
  • Support medical information responses.
  • Respond/assist with inquiries from Regulatory authorities, vendor/partners, and distribution partners.
  • Ensure compliance with regulatory reporting obligations related to products/development candidates.
  • Review/revise/communicate metrics relative to PV system performance/compliance.
  • Oversight of literature review in support of safety management systems and regulatory reporting.
  • Support safety review and assessments of clinical data on development candidates. Assist in preparation of regulatory submissions in support of development programs.
  • Assist in the conduct of business diligence activities.

KNOWLEDGE AND SKILL REQUIREMENTS:
  • Minimum of 5 years direct pharmacovigilance experience, preferably with pharmaceuticals and/or biologics.
  • Minimum bachelor’s degree in a science-related discipline; advanced degree preferred.
  • Demonstrated experience in pharmaceutical/ biologics process validation/tech transfer activities
  • Proficiency in use of ARISg or equivalent Drug Safety Database (i.e. ARGUS, AERS, etc.) with strong expertise in Microsoft office
  • Experience in Drug Safety Applications and Regulatory compliance applications a plus knowledge of 21 CFR Part 11 guidelines, EMA GvP modules, Computer system validation guidelines
  • Demonstrated experience in the review and application of risk management processes
  • Understanding of pharmaceutical development.
  • An ability to contribute to a team environment.
  • Excellent organisational and relationship management skills
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills; technical writing capability.
  • Strong knowledge of PV quality systems and regulatory requirements across US/Canada and other health authorities.
  • Strong technical and problem-solving skills/experience.

PREFERRED SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE:
  • Experience with ROW PV requirements (multi-country).
  • Experience in developing safety assessments
  • Regulatory Authority inspectional experience.
  • Medical information handling experience

TRAVEL REQUIREMENTS:
  • Position may include US/Canada or other global partner locations.
For further information on this Pharmacovigilance Manager position please contact Laurentina Kennedy at The RFT Group on 01 2302400 / Laurentina@rftgroup.ie. Check out all our open jobs on our Recruitment website: www.rftgroup.ie
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