Pharmacovigilance and Medical Information Officer Job Description Template
Our company is looking for a Pharmacovigilance and Medical Information Officer to join our team.
- Maintains up to date knowledge of relevant PV legislation, regulations and company procedures;
- Maintains dialogue with appropriate external contacts;
- Ensure agreements are in place prior to product launch;
- Conducts reconciliation of case data with partner companies in a timely manner and in accordance with agreements;
- Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills; effectively applies technical knowledge to solve non-routine problems;
- Provide high quality Medical Information service, to external third parties regarding products marketed and manufactured by the organisation;
- Attention to detail with the ability to multitask;
- Is recognised as the primary contact for all Adverse Events (AEs);
- Prepares/reviews procedural documents where required;
- Ensures appropriate reporting and management of all AEs received from healthcare professionals and patients/consumers;
- Ability to critically appraise scientific/clinical data;
- Provides input into the decision-making process for business development, marketing and commercial activities;
- Prioritises workload and responses dependent on timelines;
- Reviews and amends existing PV agreements as required.
- Delivers solutions with speed and simplicity. Demonstrating energy and flexibility when it comes to better solutions;
- Passionate about achieving goals and is relentless in desire for improvement;
- Is proactive in approach, remaining efficient & effective;
- Strives to ensure communication is timely, relevant and tailored to the people they are working with;
- Puts self in the shoes of others and is inclusive in approach. Sees the big picture and is curious about other’s views and listens to understand;
- Bachelor’s degree with related health sciences background, RN, BSN, BS, BS Pharm;
- Seeks to gain a deep understanding of a topic and generate new ideas and new ways of working.