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Job opening for Safety Data Management Associate in Tampa, FL
Ref No.: 18-17482
Location: Tampa, Florida
Position Type:Contract
Start Date / End Date: 04/16/2018 to 10/15/2018
Title: Safety Data Management Associate
Duration: 6 Months
Location: Tampa, FL

Position Summary -
The Pharmacovigilance Associate is a member of the Epidemiology, Safety Science and Analytics group which coordinates, tracks and analyzes medical safety assessments, surveillance and data in clinical development activities.
The incumbent has a key role in tracking and following up on actions and responses of experts and and other stakeholders, ensuring that timelines, resources and information are coordinated and and documented accurately and in a timely manner.

Detailed Position Responsibilities
• Supports Medical Safety Assessment Physicians (MSAP) in leading and coordinating individual cross-functional Medical Surveillance Teams (MSTs) and assigned sub-teams, such as Safety Data Review (SDR) Teams.
• Creates meeting agendas for MST and assigned sub-teams, and documents of decisions, conclusions, timelines, milestones and action items in team minutes.
• Identifies post-meeting actions, and ensures responsibilitites and timelines are assigned and met.
• Assesses and appropriately elevates issues impacting key MST activities, milestones, documents to the appropriate Global Pharmacovigilance & Epidemiology (GPV&E) colleagues.
• Leads, plans, organizes, and forecasts requirements and/or resources based on Book of Work and other upcoming tasks and activities for assigned product portfolio.
• Executes searches of the corporate safety database, J-review database and the worldwide literature, applying critical thinking and independent research skills to ensure the information is appropriate and usable.
• Applies medical, life science and general scientific knowledge and expertise to create and manage plans and budgets for designated projects.

Must have requirements:
• Bachelor of Science in life sciences or equivalent relevant scientific qualifications or professional training.
• Minimum of 2 years' professional experience in health science or relevant life sciences/medical fields, or appropriate pharmaceutical industry or academic experience.
• Demonstrated understanding of global pharmaceutical drug development and drug lifecycles.

Ideal Candidates Would Also Have:
• Demonstrated excellence in scientific technical skills with a comprehensive understanding of pharmacovigilance processes.
• Extensive experience in the analysis and communication of data and information to key stakeholders.
• Project or program management experience and/or qualifications
• Experience in working with committees and diverse teams

Other qualifications:
US military experience will be considered towards industry and professional experience requirements

Interested candidates can send their updated resumes on and you can also reach me at 973-967-3431.