Pharmacovigilance & Medical Services - Ref5676

Ref 05676

PositionPermanent
LocationGuildford
SalaryOn request
ContactRobert Creer


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Pharmacovigilance & Medical Services
Ripley, Surrey

About PharSafer

PharSafer Associates Ltd is a niche Contract Research Organisation (CRO) specialising in Global clinical and post-marketing drug safety. At PharSafer we perform a breadth of vigilance operations for our clients, ranging from full Pharmacovigilance services; Cosmetovigilance; Materiovigilance; Nutrivigilance and Veterinary Pharmacovigilance, in addition to assisting our clients with EU QP PV and local QP services, audit preparedness; performing medical services and running training courses for fellow professionals ranging from introductory, to intermediate and advanced level topics.

With such a breadth of services available, we proudly ensure that all of our employees are internally trained and facilitated with everything that is required for them to not only deliver a first-class service to our clients worldwide, but also to enhance their expertise and nurture their career as an industry professional.

When an individual joins PharSafer, they can expect diversity throughout the organisation; from our people, to our areas of interests and expertise. As a company, we also continue to seek ways in which we can change for the better and, in that same respect, acknowledge that the needs of our people can also change. We are a business who invest in the individual as much as the individual invests in us, and together, are proud to be PharSafer.

Our values form the foundation for all of our processes and procedures and it is our commitment to these values that allow PharSafer to deliver a high quality service , to our clients; with patient safety being at the heart of all we do.

In addition to patient safety, we also adopt a people over staff approach treating our employees not as staff, but as ambassadors of our organisation; acting with complete transparency, delivering a professional and compliant service.

We seek people who uphold the same set of key values, viewing patient safety not as a function, but as a commitment. Our team show a willingness to go above and beyond expectations, when and wherever possible, to ensure that our clients fulfil their clinical and post-marketing reporting obligations, in the interest of ensuring patient safety for one and all.

Opportunities Available

PharSafer are seeking a number of enthusiastic individuals to explore some exciting opportunities within our organisation. We have openings in Pharmacovigilance and Medical Services at a number of levels which would suit applicants with upwards of two years experience of working in the field of Pharmacovigilance or Medical Services. These roles are based at our Ripley office, although there is some flexibility for remote work (post probation).

This is a great opportunity to develop your skills across the full spectrum of Pharmacovigilance. With increased experience, you will progress beyond ICSR management into the areas of client leadership, peer mentorship, audit involvement, aggregate report production and much more.

Equally, for the roles in Medical Services, we are looking for dedicated professionals with excellent and precise communication skills able to devise, process and provide accurate information to both healthcare professionals and patients alike.

Like what you see but dont have 2 years worth of experience just yet? For the right applicants, PharSafer will provide full training to enable you to develop your skills as a Pharmacovigilance and Medical Information Associate. Please note that as this is a training post, a 2 year commitment is required.

Salaries for all roles are competitive and negotiable dependant on experience.
Please note that all applicants should hold a minimum qualification of a 2:1 undergraduate degree in a relevant scientific discipline or have equivalent experience in industry.
Applicants should be able to work at our office in Ripley, Surrey and hold right to work in the UK.

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