Pharmacovigilance Coordinators (two permanent and one temporary position)
Driven by research and a passion for science Ferring Pharmaceuticals is a biopharmaceutical company dedicated to the development of innovative treatments that make a real difference in people’s lives all over the world. Active in the areas of reproductive health, urology, gastroenterology, endocrinology and orthopedics, we develop medicine on the body's own terms. We believe in the power of people and research - and go where ideas and research take us.
Do you thrive in being part of an international environment of great change? Do you like to work both with post-marketing and clinical trial activities?
We are looking for two permanent, experienced PV Coordinators and one temporary PV Coordinator (14 months maternity leave replacement) with good drive and positive energy to fill the newly established positions.
In Global Pharmacovigilance (GPV) we are more than 40 international employees responsible for the surveillance of all Ferring medicinal products and devices. In the Case Processing Team we are a dedicated team of 9 pharmacovigilance coordinators, 3 students and 9 consultants responsible for case processing. We work in close collaboration with partners, internal stakeholders and affiliates.
The work in our department is carried out in the mindset of the Ferring Philosophy; trust, integrity, commitment and openness.
You can expect to become an integrated member of a highly motivated and dedicated team collaborating with the therapeutic teams in Global Pharmacovigilance, Clinical Development, Regulatory Affairs, Authorities, Affiliates and Partners. The role of the Pharmacovigilance Coordinator covers receipt and processing of adverse events reported world-wide on Ferring’s marketed products and from clinical trials.
Some of your essential tasks will be:
- triage of safety information
- case intake, data entry and coding of adverse events
- in line QC check
- correspondence with affiliates, partners and internationally with other departments
You have an educational background as a nurse, pharmaconomist or equivalent preferably with 2-3 years of experience in the Pharmacovigilance area. You take ownership in prioritization of workload both individually and in teams. As a person you are flexible, structured, have an eye for detail and planning and are a team player. Strong computer skills, good communication skills and fluency in English are essential. We offer you an interesting and challenging job in a demanding area of the pharmaceutical industry, in an international, multicultural corporate environment with flexible working conditions and good development opportunities.
Further information about the positions can be obtained by contacting Birgitte Staun Pallesen, Director, Case Processing, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Send your application and CV in English as soon as possible and no later than 15 December 2016. Incoming applications are reviewed on an ongoing basis.