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Drug Safety Specialist III

In Connecticut / United States

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Drug Safety Specialist III   

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JOB TITLE:

Drug Safety Specialist III

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JOB LOCATION:

Shelton Connecticut / United States

JOB DESCRIPTION:

Overview:

  • The Drug Safety Systems Consultant is responsible for providing systems support for Drug Safety and Pharmacovigilance activities, including technical and programming support, managing small to medium technical projects, and interacting with Client's IT function, EU Drug Safety Systems, and safety database vendors on technical matters.
  • This role will support the Drug Safety team on safety systems related functions, including troubleshooting issues and liaising with appropriate partners to facilitate issue tracking and resolution.

Job Description:

  • Responsible for the management and administration of international adverse event database: administration of user accounts, dictionary maintenance, configuration management, E2B reporting, providing user support (with referral to IT when necessary) etc.
  • Program, validate and generate periodic reports, to include ICH PSUR line listings and ancillary reports to support data analysis.
  • Design and generate ad-hoc reports to support queries from regulatory authorities (domestic and foreign), healthcare professionals, other Client departments such as Law, Medical affairs, etc.
  • Collaborate on the design, implementation, upgrade, validation, and support of applications, including Argus Safety, Empirica Signal, IBM Cognos, Axway, SWIFT, and Drug Safety Triager.
  • Train and provide knowledge transfer to other DSS members and consultants.
  • Analyze, design, program, and implement solutions to address technical issues and/or requirements.
  • Interpret regulatory changes as they impact technology and provide technology expertise to implement regulatory changes for maintaining compliance.
  • Plan and implement MedDRA and WHO-DD version management and upgrades as required.
  • Liaise with IT and EU Drug Safety Systems to coordinate delivery of computing infrastructure.
  • Ensure compliance with relevant policies and procedures.
  • Adhere to standard operating procedures and ensure appropriate documentation to back up all compliance related activities are upheld.
  • Master and maintain up-to-date knowledge of the US Federal Regulations and Guidelines governing the reporting of investigational and post marketing adverse events.
  • Master and maintain knowledge of the ICH regulations and guidelines governing the global reporting of adverse events on investigational and/or marketed products (particularly ICH E2A, E2C and E2B).

Position Details

POSTED:

Aug 24, 2021

EMPLOYMENT:

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SNAPRECRUIT ID:

S16204865136713756

LOCATION:

Connecticut / United States

CITY:

Shelton

Job Origin:

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Overview:

  • The Drug Safety Systems Consultant is responsible for providing systems support for Drug Safety and Pharmacovigilance activities, including technical and programming support, managing small to medium technical projects, and interacting with Client's IT function, EU Drug Safety Systems, and safety database vendors on technical matters.
  • This role will support the Drug Safety team on safety systems related functions, including troubleshooting issues and liaising with appropriate partners to facilitate issue tracking and resolution.

Job Description:

  • Responsible for the management and administration of international adverse event database: administration of user accounts, dictionary maintenance, configuration management, E2B reporting, providing user support (with referral to IT when necessary) etc.
  • Program, validate and generate periodic reports, to include ICH PSUR line listings and ancillary reports to support data analysis.
  • Design and generate ad-hoc reports to support queries from regulatory authorities (domestic and foreign), healthcare professionals, other Client departments such as Law, Medical affairs, etc.
  • Collaborate on the design, implementation, upgrade, validation, and support of applications, including Argus Safety, Empirica Signal, IBM Cognos, Axway, SWIFT, and Drug Safety Triager.
  • Train and provide knowledge transfer to other DSS members and consultants.
  • Analyze, design, program, and implement solutions to address technical issues and/or requirements.
  • Interpret regulatory changes as they impact technology and provide technology expertise to implement regulatory changes for maintaining compliance.
  • Plan and implement MedDRA and WHO-DD version management and upgrades as required.
  • Liaise with IT and EU Drug Safety Systems to coordinate delivery of computing infrastructure.
  • Ensure compliance with relevant policies and procedures.
  • Adhere to standard operating procedures and ensure appropriate documentation to back up all compliance related activities are upheld.
  • Master and maintain up-to-date knowledge of the US Federal Regulations and Guidelines governing the reporting of investigational and post marketing adverse events.
  • Master and maintain knowledge of the ICH regulations and guidelines governing the global reporting of adverse events on investigational and/or marketed products (particularly ICH E2A, E2C and E2B).


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