Specialist - Pharmacovigilance & Regulatory Affairs
Organon is a Women’s Health Company that believes in a better and healthier every day for every woman! We are a passionate, global community of thousands dedicated to redefining the future of women’s health. Our mission is to deliver impactful medicines and solutions for a healthier every day. But what really makes it work at Organon is our people.
We’re looking for real, passionate team players, curious innovators, forward thinkers, empowered by the idea of shaping their career, and ready to bring their fire to embrace change and the opportunities it brings for progress.
At Organon, you’ll get to enjoy the best of both worlds: the open, agile, collaborative culture of a start-up, and operating at the scale of a Fortune 500 company with an international footprint that serves people in more than 140 markets.
It’s going to be an exciting future—come be a part of it!
Provide support to country PV Lead for:
- day-to-day adverse events case management including case intake and follow-up activities in accordance with Global Pharmacovigilance procedures and country regulations.
- Intake of cases received from the designated point of contact, Vendors, and Business Partners for Individual case safety reports (ICSRs) including tracking and translation to English and forwarding of information to the Data Management Center. He/she also performing ICSR acknowledgments and reconciliation activities.
- Execution of local PV and RA processes and activities in alignment with PV and RA systems and their associated Quality Management System, following department SOPs, company Policies and Procedures and country legislation.
- Performs reconciliation activities for PV cases received from local operating units (e.g., Designated Point of Contact, Medical Information, etc.) and contractual partners (as applicable) and processes the reports in accordance with local procedures/ PV legislations.
- Patient Support Programs (PSP) and/or Market Research vendor(s) related activities, as applicable
- Acts in full compliance with global and local SOPs and reports any deviations or compliance concerns immediately and assists in preparing necessary corrective actions and preventative actions (CAPAs) locally for non-compliance issues.
- Supports local PV audits and inspections including readiness activities and supports other audits/inspections including the development of CAPAs in response to findings/observations.
- Participates in and supports audits of contractual partners/vendors as necessary.
- Responsible for ensuring PV language is included in local agreements and ensuring maintenance of BDLM with respect to local and regional contracts.
- Responsible for ensuring appropriate implementation and oversight of local Risk Minimization Measures and ARMMs
- Liaises with the local business units to keep them apprised of safety activities and provide input on strategic decisions (i.e., new clinical trials, product launches, etc.) with Management oversight.
- Responsibility to conduct qualification and ongoing audits of vendors and perform due diligence activities for local country licensing agreements.
- Assists in developing local procedures (in compliance with regional and global standards) for the department, to ensure quality PV and RA data and evaluates processes for potential improvement in efficiency and effectiveness.
- Files, stores and archives safety-related and regulatory data and documentation in accordance with department and company policies and local requirements.
- Proactively identifies procedural gaps and challenges and implements solutions in collaboration with all affected stakeholders.
- Supports training of the local company staff, distributors, vendors, business partners including training documentation.
- Any other responsibility assigned by management time to time.
Education And Experience
B.Pharm/M. Pharm/MBBS/Pharm D
- Desirable experience: 5 to 6 years’ experience in Pharmacovigilance.
- Preferred: experience in PV management in neighboring countries i.e., Pakistan, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka
What You Must Have
- Good knowledge of Drugs and Cosmetic Act 1940 and rules 1945, NDCT rules 2019, India PV Guidance.
- Fluency in English language, excellent communication skills and Stake holder management skills
- Problem solving, working with different scenarios
Who We Are:
Organon delivers ingenious health solutions that enable people to live their best lives. We are a $6.5 billion global healthcare company focused on making a world of difference for women, their families and the communities they care for. We have an important portfolio and are growing it by investing in the unmet needs of Women’s Health, expanding access to leading biosimilars and touching lives with a diverse and trusted portfolio of health solutions. Our Vision is clear: A better and healthier every day for every woman.
As an equal opportunity employer, we welcome applications from candidates with a diverse background. We are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all our applicants.
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