Medical Safety officer

We are looking for a MEDICAL SAFETY OFFICER for our Pharmacovigilance & Risk Management department. His or her main responsibilities will be the medical assessment of all safety activities, handling of Individual Cases Safety Reports and the writing and medical analysis of Safety reports PSURs and DSURs. Safety activities are handled from national to worldwide levels in post- and pre-marketing settings.

Profile: physician exclusively, experience in Pharmacovigilance, fluently English speaking and writing, experience in safety data base would be appreciated, communication skills, sensitized to quality in Pharmacovigilance, and compliance to regulation and SOPs.

If you have an enthusiastic personality, enjoying working within a team, supportive for our clients, rigorous and eager to learn, you will find a stimulating and challenging position in ADDS, with therapeutic areas going from generics to cell therapy, including medical devices and cosmetics vigilances, in an international environment. You can send your CV through the site with your salary expectations, which will be adapted to your experience and skills. The job is to be provided shortly and is located in Boulogne-Billancourt (Paris area) -France

Project Manager


Specialized in sciences and strongly experienced in clinical research, the Project Manager is the access gate among different actors in the trial and is in charge of the perfect organization of the trial by remaining in close relationship with the client. He is the main decision-maker between the project leading and the contract requirements. If needed, he makes suggestions of improvement to the client in order to optimize the management of the project.

 

 

 

Clinical Research Assistant

Chosen for their rigor, scientific background, learning capacities and excellent sociability, CRAs are intensively trained by ADDS before taking charge of trial monitoring. They deal with evaluation initial visits, take part in investigator meetings and lead setting up visits, management and investigation centre closures.
Fully informed of the law, regulations, standard operation guidelines and protocols, they are on the front line as for pharmacovigilance matters. ADDS differentiates three levels of qualifications: junior, confirmed and senior, each depending of the CRA’s professional experience and own potential.