Location:Redwood City, United StatesJob reference:
Sep. 15, 2016
Acerta Pharma was established in 2013 with a mission to discover and develop novel targeted molecules with the potential to improve patients' lives. At the core of our vision is a foundation based on cutting edge technologies, which enable the development of specific and selective drug candidates. Acerta's innovations translate to more effective and less toxic prospective therapies. As a member of the AstraZeneca group, Acerta is well positioned to rapidly achieve its first of hopefully several drug approvals to come.
The Director, Medical Safety Science will participate in the development and review of appropriate safety sections of key safety documents including: IBs, CSRs, protocols, ICF, RSI, CDS, and participate in the preparation of DSURs, IND Annual Reports, PSURs/PBRERs, and other global periodic safety reports. You will also participate in and support management of medical review of individual case safety reports (ICSRs) for Acerta products throughout the life cycle, including review of SUSARs and IND Safety Reports, and including generation of Analysis of Similar Events as needed.
In addition, the Director, Medical Safety Science will ensure that the medical review workflow step for all safety reports received from any source are processed within timeframes that maintain compliance with ICH-GCP guidelines, regulatory requirements and company SOPs and procedures, and participate in identification and reporting on possible trends and concerns as they relate to Acerta-Pharma products, and key competitive products, including the identification and evaluation of safety signals through the assessment of single case reports, aggregate safety reports and review of relevant literature for safety information pertinent to product safety. Finally, you will monitors industry best practices, changes in global safety regulations and guidelines for marketed and investigational projects and recommend changes and upgrades to existing departmental policies, SOPs and systems.
* Masters in life sciences
* Ability to travel both domestically and internationally (<30%)
* Minimum of ten years of drug safety, clinical research, or healthcare related experience
* A minimum of two years must be derived from pharmaceutical industry experience directly related to adverse event reporting from clinical trials
* Detailed knowledge of relevant FDA, EU and ICH guidelines, initiatives and regulations governing both clinical trial and post-marketing safety environments
* MD; PharmD; Nursing /RN
* Global experience
* Oncology experience
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