Amgen Global Pharmacovigilance Senior Scientist - Nephrology/Inflammation (Open to Remote) in Thousand Oaks, California
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Amgen is seeking a Global Pharmacovigilance Senior Scientist to join the Nephrology/Inflammation therapeutic area within Global Patient Safety & Pediatrics. The Global Safety Therapeutic Areas serve as the safety experts for all Amgen products globally and are accountable for the safety strategy and major safety deliverables for each Amgen product.
The Global PV Sr. Scientist works with the Therapeutic Safety Teams on aggregate safety assessment activities. This person will also provide scientific and compliance expertise as needed to GPS.
Applicable tasks may vary by product(s) assigned. The Global PV Sr. Scientist is responsible for the following:
Directs the planning, preparation, writing and review of portions of aggregate reports
Organize and direct liaison for activities with affiliates and other internal Amgen partner regarding products
Supports and provides oversight to staff with regards to safety in clinical trials:
Review and provide input and support on study protocols, statistical analysis plans and other clinical study-related documents
Review of AEs/SAEs from clinical trials as needed
Review standard design of tables, figures, and listings for safety data from clinical studies
Participate in development of safety-related data collection forms for clinical studies
Participate in study team meetings as requested or needed
Signal detection, evaluation, and management
Perform data analysis to evaluate safety signals and write up analysis results
Documents work as required in the safety information management system
Author Safety Assessment Reports and other safety documents and regulatory responses in collaboration with the GSO
Search and review adverse event data, literature, and other safety-relevant data for the purpose of signal detection
Prepare presentation of the Global Safety Team’s recommendations on safety issues to the cross-functional decision-making body
Assist GSO in the development of risk management strategy and activities:
Provides contents for risk management plans
Develop or update strategy and content for regional risk management plans
Assist GSOs to oversee risk minimization activities including tracking of activities as needed.
Evaluate risk minimization activity
Prepare response to regulatory inquiries related to risk management plans under the guidance of GSO
Support activities related to new drug applications and other regulatory filings
Assist GSO in developing a strategy for safety-related regulatory activities
Provide safety contents for filings
Undertake activities delegated by the QPPV as detailed in the PV System Master File and maintain a state of inspection readiness
Be representative and point of contact for Health Authority Inspection and Internal Process Audits within the remit of role and responsibility
Doctorate degree and 2 years of directly related experience
Master’s degree and 6 years of directly related experience
Bachelor’s degree and 8 years of directly related experience
Associate’s degree and 10 years of directly related experience
High school diploma / GED and 12 years of directly related experience
PharmD, NP, or PA with 4 years of Global Pharmacovigilance Scientist experience
BSN and 6 years of Global Pharmacovigilance Scientist experience
Clinical experience is a plus.
Aggregate data analysis, interpretation and synthesis in clinical development and post-market settings
Signal detection, signal management, and safety governance
Methods of qualitative and quantitative safety data analysis
Processes and regulations for pharmacovigilance, risk management, and risk minimization
Drug development and lifecycle management
Product and disease state knowledge
Inter-relationship across various pharmacovigilance processes and documents, including reference safety information and product labeling
Advanced understanding of interfaces across various pharmacovigilance and risk management processes
Ability to analyze, interpret, and convey complex, scientific data
Application of statistical and epidemiological methods to pharmacovigilance.
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Amgen, a biotechnology pioneer, discovers, develops and delivers innovative human therapeutics. Our medicines have helped millions of patients in the fight against cancer, kidney disease, rheumatoid arthritis and other serious illnesses.
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Amgen is an Equal Opportunity employer and will consider all qualified applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, protected veteran status, or disability status.
Amgen requires all staff in the United States and Puerto Rico to be vaccinated from COVID 19 as a condition of employment. In accordance with applicable law, Amgen will provide reasonable accommodations to staff members who qualify on the basis of a medical reason or a sincerely held religious belief, practice, or observance. Such accommodation may not pose an undue hardship to Amgen, its operations, or its staff.