Local PV Manager

Hiring By - Biostaffic



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Posted 4 months ago
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Job Description
What You Will Do
Key Responsibilities
  • Act as Local Nominated Person (including back-up nominated person)
Function as nationally nominated person for Pharmacovigilance in respective countries assuming the PV role as defined by national law. Collaborate with the QPPV offices as required.
  • Oversight of the PV System & Overall responsibilities
Provide oversight of vendor resources in the countries in scope.
Managing and coaching of the direct reports if applicable.
Act as a delegate for the Area Safety Head, when required.
Record self-identified non-conformances and collaborating with the global team to investigate non-conformances while developing and implementing effective CAPAs
Support the Area Safety Head in providing relevant local information for the European Economic Area/UK Pharmacovigilance System Master Files while collaborating with the global team to meet requirements for local PSMFs if applicable.
  • Safety Management & Reporting
Maintain up-to-date knowledge of local requirements for pharmacovigilance, including reporting requirements (for all applicable product classes in the territory) and collaborating with the global team to implement process changes required for identification of new requirements.
Maintain oversight on day-to-day adverse events inbound and outbound reporting as applicable in the given territory.
Responds to safety-related health authority queries in the territory.
Ensure proper documented training on safety reporting responsibilities of LOC personnel and maintenance of awareness of safety reporting in general.
Ensure proper identification of local literature articles and for review for AEs and report as required.
Perform regulatory monitoring for impact on vigilance activities and responsibilities
Ensure reconciliation with other departments (distributors, third parties, vendors, and internal stakeholders) is performed.
Collaborating with the global and local teams to notify local health authorities of any safety issues including SSI/ESI and Signals.
Collaborate with the local and global teams to ensure pharmacovigilance compliance of local company sponsored programs and research activities
Perform document management and archiving as required.
Responsible for the provision of information to the global teams for local activities compliance with individual cases and periodic safety reporting, implementing of risk management plans, and key performance indicators related to overseeing local implementation of any other specific risk management activities
  • Collaboration & Support
Provide technical and strategic input and participate in projects/ workstreams led by the OCMS teams or LOC
  • Procedural Document
Maintain local procedures where applicable and assessing the impact of changes for the global procedure to local procedures.
  • Audit & inspection readiness
Support in local health authority inspections and audits conducted locally, including responding to queries during the conduct and collaborating with the global team to develop and implement CAPA (Corrective and Preventative Action) plans as applicable.
  • PV contract management
Management of PV clauses to be included within local agreements
  • Business Continuity
Ensure implementation of local business continuity plans (e.g., inspection readiness, AE reporting coverage)
Required Qualifications
  • Education- health care science professional (preferably Physician or Pharmacist).
  • 4-6 years of relevant experience.
  • Pharmaceutical industry experience including product vigilance responsibility role.
Desired Qualifications
  • Ability to organize workflow activities and manage multiple critical issues
  • Experience with vendor resource oversight
  • Awareness of and familiarity with industry principles of product vigilance, drug development, and pharmacology
  • Expert knowledge of global, regional, and local procedural documents as applicable
  • Computer literate with knowledge of relevant IT safety systems
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Ability to establish and maintain open relationships within the organization and with authorities
  • Demonstrable knowledge of all local requirements and of global aspects of product safety.
  • Fluency in the national language(s) and the English language.
What’s In It For You
  • Competitive Benefit Package
  • Paid Company Holidays, Paid Vacation, Volunteer Time, Summer Fridays & More!
  • Learning & Development Opportunities
  • Employee Resource Groups
Primary Location
Asia Pacific-China-Shanghai-Shanghai
Job Function
JNTL (Shanghai) Investment Co. Ltd.
Job Qualifications
What We Are Looking For

Benefits Offered?

  • No

Bonus Offered?

  • No

Travel Required?

  • No


  • China

Global Experience Needed?

  • No

Specialized Experience Needed?

  • No

Apply before:

  • Apr 13, 2024
Company Overview

Current Openings: 0

Kenvue is the world’s largest pure-play consumer health company by revenue. Built on more than a century of heritage and propelled forward by science, our iconic brands — including Aveeno®, BAND-AID® Brand Adhesive Bandages, Johnson’s®, Listerine®, Neutrogena®, Tylenol® and Zyrtec® — are recommended by health care professionals and can be trusted by consumers who use our products to improve their daily lives. Our team members share a digital-first mindset, with an approach to innovation grounded in deep human insights and work every day to earn a place for our products in consumers’ hearts and homes. At Kenvue, we believe everyday care can not only make people well; it can make them whole.
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