PV Scientist (19-00596) – NJ – Bridgewater

The Pharmacovigilance Scientist (PVS) will serve as a core member of the safety team and is responsible for performing proactive pharmacovigilance activities on a product, or group of products in a therapeutic area or franchise, in partnership with the Global Safety Officer (GSO) to evaluate safety data and signals for both marketed products and products in clinical development. This includes performing signal detection and safety management committee activities, authoring safety evaluations, contributing and reviewing of aggregate safety reports, assisting with ad hoc regulatory responses, facilitating signal management process for assigned products (i.e., signal tracking, data analysis, leading review meetings, presenting, etc.) in collaboration with the GSO and Pharmacoepidemiology. Additionally, the PVS will support the GSO with other safety related activities associated with new drug applications / regulatory filings, benefit risk assessment and safety risk management and support activities related to risk minimization including dRMP/RMP and REMS. The PVS will provide coordination and oversight to outsourced activities (i.e., signal detection reports, clinical overviews).

Good knowledge of pharmacovigilance practices
Good knowledge of US and EU pharmacovigilance regulatory requirements
Excellent written and verbal communication skills
Ability to present and critically discuss safety data in both internal and external discussions
Ability to evaluate, interpret and synthesize scientific data (analytical thinking)
Team player with ability to function in a cross-functional environment
Self–motivated, able to prioritize and plan effectively, and independently, with minimal supervision
Fluent in English (verbal and written)
Good moderator skills
Ability to navigate in databases and pull information correctly
Good organizational skills and attention to detail
Good knowledge of pharmacovigilance practices
Good knowledge of US and EU pharmacovigilance regulatory requirements
Excellent written and verbal communication skills
Ability to present and critically discuss safety data in both internal and external discussions
Ability to evaluate, interpret and synthesize scientific data (analytical thinking)
Team player with ability to function in a cross-functional environment
Self–motivated, able to prioritize and plan effectively, and independently, with minimal supervision
Fluent in English (verbal and written)
Good moderator skills
Ability to navigate in databases and pull information correctly
Good organizational skills and attention to detail
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