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Drug Safety Coordinator - (Drug Safety Team Project Manager) - Telecommute

US-Pennsylvania-North Wales
Permanent
Reference: 046171
Description

ICON is seeking an experienced pharmacovigilance professional with expertise in case processing of serious and non-serious adverse events from end-to end and the know-how of leading and providing project management support.

 

The Drug Safety Coordinator will play a key role within ICON’s Pharmacovigilance & Safety Services Group which offers safety support across all stages of the product lifecycle by providing efficient drug safety processes, compiling concise drug safety profiles, and developing tailored risk-management strategies.

 

About the Drug Safety Coordinator role within ICON: 

 

The Drug Safety Coordinator will serve as support to management in all aspects of departmental activities, technical expert with regard to all aspects of safety monitoring, per global regulations, (i.e. FDA, ICH, EMA), ensure all ICON, Sponsor, and regulatory timeframes  are met for the processing and reporting of safety information and assist in ensuring the completion of all departmental project activities accurately in accordance with ICON standards, regulatory requirements, and contractual obligations to Sponsors.

 

The Drug Safety Coordinator will coordinate and lead project teams as assigned, liaise with sponsors, and provide management of timelines and budgets. 

 

Benefits of working at ICON:

 

In addition to partnering with the top pharmaceutical and biotech companies in the world we offer a strong benefits package that includes a comprehensive health plan, retirement plans, competitive pay, bonus plans, vacation, and other incentives.  

 

To succeed you will need:

 

We are seeking candidates with a minimum of 4 years of relevant drug safety and pharmacovigilance experience who possess an RN, Bachelor’s in Nursing, or RPH or PharmD, or equivalent experience as a licensed healthcare professional.

 

To be successful you will be expected  have excellent  computer  skills  (Microsoft  Word,  Excel,  Outlook, Access)  and  advanced  safety  database proficiency, excellent communication skills, detail-oriented, fluent in written and verbal English, work effectively within a team environment, with ability to lead teams.

 

We invite you to review our opportunities at www.iconplc.com/careers.

 

What’s Next?

 

Following your application you will be contacted by one of our dedicated recruiters and if successful we will be able to provide you with more details about this opportunity.

 

ICON is an equal opportunity employer - Minorities/Females/Disabled/Veterans and committed to providing a workplace free of any discrimination or harassment

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