Jr. Pharmacovigilance Specialist (German language) DACH region

Join our global Pharmacovigilance team as a Junior Pharmacovigilance Specialist for DACH region.

Junior Pharmacovigilance Specialist is responsible for assuring compliance with local and regional Quality Management System and interact, exchange relevant safety and pharmacovigilance information.

Position is remote, home-based in EU countries.

All CVs must be submitted in the English language for consideration.

Benefits of being a part of our team:

• Professional growth and career opportunities
• International team and environment
• Bonus based on annual performance
• Personal accident and business trip insurance
• Additional health insurance
• Remote/home-based position
• Influenza vaccines
• Rewarding referral policy
• Workplace establishment allowance
• Team building, global meetings, B active events
• Workcation possibility


• Communicate with Health Authorities
• Ensure compliance with applicable local guidelines and regulation
• Collect, process and communicate of safety information
• Medical Information Requests handling
• Maintain and establish of quality standards for local pharmacovigilance activities
• Ensure weekly monitoring of local literature review
• Participate in inspection and/or audits
• Act as a Local Safety Officer for DACH countries
• Ensure the survey and monitoring of national pharmacovigilance regulations


• Fluent English and native German
• ~1 year experience in Pharmacovigilance
• Biologist, Pharmacist, Medical Doctor, or other life science degree
• Computer literacy (MS Office), experience with PV databases
• Strong organizational and time management skills
• Ability to work independently and in a team


Job Category: Pharmacovigilance
Job Type: Full Time
Job Location: Europe
Job Specification: R2

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