Work as a Safety Associate Trainee @ QuintilesIms
Review, assess and process Safety data and information, across service lines, received from various sources and distribute reports/data onwards to both internal and external third parties following applicable regulations SOPs and internal guidelines under guidance and support of senior operation team members.
To Prioritize and complete the assigned trainings on time.
Process Safety data according to applicable regulations, guidelines, Standard Operating procedures (SOPs) and project requirements.
To perform Pharmacovigilance activities per project requirement including but not limited to, collecting and tracking incoming Adverse Events(AE)/endpoint information; determining initial/update status of incoming events; database entry; coding AE and Products, writing narratives, Literature related activities.
Assuming other workflow responsibilities for the assigned project as directed by Operations team member or Manager.
Ensure to meet the expected productivity and quality standards
Ability to identify quality problems, if any, and bring them to the attention of a senior team member/ mentor.
Attend project team meetings and provide feedback to operations manager on any challenges/issues or successes.
Perform other duties as assigned.
REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES
Good knowledge of medical terminology
Strong verbal/written communication skills.
Ability to work as a Team Player, contribute and work towards achieving Team goals
Good working knowledge of Microsoft Office and web-based applications
Self-motivated and flexible
Attention to detail and accuracy
Ability to follow instructions/guidelines, utilize initiative and work independently
Ability to manage competing priorities and deadlines
Willingness and aptitude to learn new skills across Safety service lines
Strong time management skills
MINIMUM REQUIRED EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE
Bachelor’s degree in life sciences or related field with up to 6 months experience or equivalent combination of education, training and experience.
Extensive use of keyboard requiring repetitive motion of fingers.
Extensive use of telephone and face-to-face communication requiring accurate perception of speech.
Regular sitting for extended periods of time.
May require occasional travel.