Join a successful and growing company with a friendly and positive working atmosphere
If you have or want to have a solid understanding of guidelines across EMA/ICH/FDA, and you are looking for a job with great variety of tasks and global vision, you don’t have to look any further. At LEO you will be part of a successful and rapidly growing company, and you will join a well-functioning department known for team spirit, cooperation and genuine care for each other.
Today, hundreds of millions of people around the globe are suffering from an untreated skin disease. Helping these people to get a better life is what LEO Pharma is all about. By understanding their needs and wishes we will improve existing treatments and break new land to uncover the solutions of tomorrow. And this is where you enter the scene. By joining LEO Pharma you will get the opportunity to create results, develop yourself among highly skilled colleagues while taking on our common quest to become the preferred dermatology care partner improving people’s lives around the world.
Without strong pharmacovigilance (PV) LEO would not exist for long, and when we are growing globally our area of expertise – and your presence – becomes yet more important. As Associate Pharmacovigilance Specialist your overall focus is to make sure that ICSR’s are submitted/distributed according to local legislation and at the same time maintain a high compliance in relation to legislation worldwide. In overview your primary tasks will be to:
You will be working closely together with colleagues in New York and our partner in India. As such, a vital path to your success will be to establish strong relations to a large number of people internally and externally.
Your theoretical background is a degree within health science. If this is backed by hands-on experience from working with EMA/ICH/FDA guidelines that also has provided you with computer literacy and knowledge of safety databases it will be an advantage but not a prerequisite to apply.
To succeed, you must possess solid analytical skills in order to interpret data and have the ability to communicate complex medical terminologies in a logical and easy understandable way, written and spoken in high-level English. As you will have many contacts across geography, professions and cultures you will need all of your positive and open-minded approach, including the ability to understand a challenge from the perspective of the person you interact with. Finally, you must like to take proactive action when needed and ensure a solid completion of a task at hand.
You will join 22 skilled and dedicated specialists based in DK (8), the US (5) and India (10). Together we handle adverse events for LEO Pharma globally. High quality, attention to details and willingness to help each other is key to us. You will be part of the Danish team at our headquarters in Ballerup, Greater Copenhagen.
Deadline for submitting your CV and application is Sunday July 29th.
We look forward to receiving your application.
Ballerup, Greater Copenhagen, DK