- Denmark - Bagsværd
Are you ready to use your skills, dedication and ambition to work on the surveillance of global pharmacovigilance regulations? We offer the chance to an experienced professional of being part of a truly global workplace, where passion and engagement are met with opportunities for professional development. If you find this exciting and inspiring, you may be our new Pharmacovigilance Policy Expert working with a multi-functional team in securing the compliance to external pharmacovigilance requirements.
About the department
The job is located in the QPPV Office in Global Safety. Global Safety is globally responsible for handling of adverse events, monitoring product safety, customer complaints and potential recalls in Novo Nordisk. The primary responsibility of the area is to ensure that Global Safety is consistent and meets both external and internal requirements, including legal compliance and customer expectations. We are 28 colleagues with different professional background ensuring support to the Qualified Person for Pharmacovigilance in Novo Nordisk. Since our unit is situated in both Bagsværd and India, you will have the opportunity to work closely with our Indian colleagues.
You will be responsible for effectively review new global pharmacovigilance regulatory guidelines in search for gaps against current Global Safety pharmacovigilance processes, and perform the impact assessment on Global Safety procedures. You will be an active member of the Global Safety regulatory surveillance group. You will be expected to timely communicate and hand over gaps for implementation to the relevant departments (local or cross-functional). You will be responsible for regularly writing news on regulatory trends and developments relevant for the pharmacovigilance processes in NN. Building strong relationships with colleagues throughout Global Safety and regular reporting to the chairman of the Global Safety regulatory surveillance group will be part of your busy day.
You hold a Master’s degree in a relevant scientific field, such as Pharmacy or other relevant life sciences accompanied with at least 3-5 years of relevant experience in regulatory, safety, or clinical research function with a pharmaceutical company. Additional experience with surveillance of pharmacovigilance regulations would be an advantage. We expect you to be able to work independently, drive your job responsibilities and communicate effectively. You make a difference and by your dedicated, determined and flexible approach you complete your tasks in close cooperation with your colleagues. You work in a structured way and are used to deliver according to targets. The role requires a strong ability to read and understand complex language, conduct thorough and accurate analysis of data, translate new requirements into practical solutions, gather and effectively communicate critical information. Editorial skills with a good understanding of content and layouts will be an advantage. Ability to collaborate effectively across departments and organisations with strong commitment to business ethics are essential for the role.
You are fluent in both written and spoken English on a professional level, and feel comfortable working with colleagues from different cultural backgrounds. The application should be written in English.
At Novo Nordisk, your skills, dedication and ambition help us change lives for the better. In exchange, we offer you an opportunity to work with extraordinary talent and benefit from a range of possibilities for professional and personal development.
For further information, please contact Pilar Carrero at +45 3075 7476.
15 November 2015