Your responsibilities will include, but are not limited to:
- Collection and processing of adverse events to the global company.
- Serving as the legally responsible employee towards the MOH in respect to safety requirements.
- Working as a point of contact with the MOH in regards to the new regulation and legislation.
- Managing the local pharmacovigilance team.
- Ensuring local processes and procedures are in place to clearly define pharmacovigilance responsibilities within the Affiliate in line with Global SOPs and local regulations.
- Ensuring a local tracking system is in place, to ensure timely submissions of adverse events to Global Pharmacovigilance (GPV), and of ICSRs and Periodic Reports to the Regulatory Authority.
- Monitoring the risk/benefit profile of local products and communicating changes or concerns to Global Pharmacovigilance (GPV) for evaluation.
- Communication with the reporters: company employees, external service providers, HCPs and more.
Minimum Requirements :
- Pharmacist degree - Mandatory
- At least 3 years of documented local PV experience
- Knowledge of working in an international/global organization
- Fluent English and Hebrew - Mandatory
- Knowledge and experience in Microsoft office
- Previous experience - Advantage
- Team Player
- Excellent interpersonal skills