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To strengthen our Patient Safety and Medical Management (PSMM) Group , we are looking for a talented individual to fill the position of : Safety Writing Scientist .
This role can be based in Belgium, Germany, the UK or the US.
As a Safety Writing Scientist, you will
Manage the preparation, provide scientific analysis and writing acumen to effectively articulate for benefit-risk assessments, safety risk management strategies, safety signal assessments, regulatory submissions and aggregate reports
Provide mentorship and oversight for the vendor preparing some of the deliverables
Actively participate in team / product meetings to give input based on scientific expertise and awareness of business implications
Project manage and champion continuous improvement initiatives as well as assure quality and consistency across Patient Safety deliverables, including compliance with regulatory requirements and compliant with agreed and defined timelines
You should have :
Bachelor's Science degree or the equivalent
Extensive experience in pharmacovigilance and medical writing, including working with vendors
A good understanding of applicable regulations in pharmacovigilance
The ability to gather data from relevant sources using appropriate methods and logic, and interpret, analyse, draw meaningful conclusions and clearly present scientific and technical data in verbal and written format
The ability to project manage deliverables in a matrix environment with competing priorities, as well as demonstrated experience working in a matrix managed environment