Working with global partners and highly innovative products
Full-time role, based in Singapore
Specialised Therapeutics (ST) is an independent international biopharmaceutical company providing new specialist medicines and technologies to patients in Australia, New Zealand and South East Asia. As a company, we do this by partnering with global pharmaceutical companies, championing their products from pre-registration to full commercialisation in key regions. At ST, our primary objective is to enable people with unmet medical needs to access breakthrough, innovative therapies.
ST has carefully cultivated a work environment in which our employees are constantly challenged to do their best and think differently. Our company is determinedly inquisitive, perceptive and courageous, and nurtures these qualities by employing people who share our passionate interest in making a difference in patients’ lives. ST prides itself on a friendly, collaborative, open, dynamic and inclusive team, with a permanent focus on the why.
We are currently seeking to appoint a Pharmacovigilance Manager, based in Singapore, to take responsibility for the management of the company’s pharmacovigilance system in South East Asia. You will act as the Pharmacovigilance contact person and Qualified Person responsible for Pharmacovigilance (QPPV) for local regulatory authorities in South East Asia, including 24-hour coverage.
Your role will include oversight and management of the following key areas:
Adverse event case management
Pharmacovigilance system implementation and operations
Risk Management activities, South East Asia
Pharmacovigilance agreements with partner companies and third parties
Clinical trial safety management
Pharmacovigilance Continuous Improvement
Providing strategic pharmacovigilance support and advice
What we are looking for
You will be relentless in your pursuit of excellence and proactive in identifying potential issues and working to resolve them within set timelines. Your previous experience in the areas of pharmacovigilance/drug safety within the pharmaceutical industry will ensure your success in this role.
You will be a strong collaborator and have exceptional interpersonal and communication skills, both verbal and written. In addition you will have:
A tertiary qualification, ideally in pharmacy or nursing, although pharmacology or medical biology will also be considered
A post-graduate qualification in a related area would also be an advantage
Knowledge and understanding of local and global pharmacovigilance guidelines
The ability to work precisely according to procedures, rules and regulations
A flexible approach, considering issues from a number of perspectives and summarising data to draw a conclusion
Experience with medical devices will be an advantage, but not a requirement
Previous experience in training/mentoring will be an advantage, but not a requirement
A good understanding of normal and pathological physiological function
Experience with product-oriented contact with doctors and patients.
What we offer you
This is an exciting opportunity to join a company with a growing product pipeline offering employees’ a culture of support, encouragement, passion and recognition. We seek those who can bring a wealth of life experience and inspired ideas to our table. In return, we provide an inclusive and flexible workplace environment that nurtures enduring professional relationships. We provide wholesome remuneration packages with above average benefits including additional leave, private health insurance, additional superannuation, well-being grant and your birthday off!
If you are forward-thinking, dynamic in your outlook, and attracted to a challenge which is demanding and rewarding – this is your next step.
If you believe you have the appropriate experience, energy and business acumen for this position, please submit your resume and covering letter to Jessica Fine at email@example.com
ST is an equal opportunity workplace.
This role is only open to candidates who have full eligibility to live and work in Singapore.