Janssen Research & Development, LLC, a member of Johnson & Johnson's Family of Companies, is recruiting for a Manager, Safety Analysis Scientist (SAS).
This position can be located in Horsham, PA; Raritan, NJ; Titusville, NJ; or High Wycombe, United Kingdom, Beerse, Belgium OR Remote locations within North America and Europe may be considered.
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The Manager Safety Analysis Scientist (SAS) provides scientific expertise and leads the safety assessment of assigned products.
The Manager SAS, in partnership with the Medical Safety Officer (MSO), is responsible for the preparation of scientific safety analysis and evaluations, which are required for regulatory compliance and to aid in safety-related decisions for marketed products and products in development.
The Manager SAS will support product Safety Management Teams (SMTs) and work in close collaboration with other cross-functional safety partners to determine a product’s safety strategy, complete safety analyses and evaluations, proactively review safety data / lead safety data review meetings, and interpret safety information to make a recommendation, supporting SMT deliverables as required.
The Manager SAS will assist the MSO with activities related to the SMT and with contributions to key safety and clinical documents.
The Manager SAS will have in-depth product knowledge, will serve as product point of contact, and will provide mentoring to, and oversight of deliverables prepared by, other team members as needed (for complex reports).
The Manager SAS will function independently, or with moderate guidance from the Director, SAS Therapeutic Area Lead (TAL), be able to link discussions to content, and deliver quality results with minimal guidance.
The Manager SAS will build alliances and be able to influence other safety partners to shape decisions / outcomes.
A minimum of a Bachelor’s degree is required, preferably in Biomedical Science or Healthcare related discipline. An Advanced degree (Master’s, PhD, etc) in Biomedical Science or Healthcare related discipline is preferred.
A minimum of 9 or more years of related industry experience with a Bachelor’s degree or a minimum of 6 or more years of related industry experience with an advanced degree is required.
Medical writing or Pharmacovigilance (PV) experience is required.
Clinical experience preferred.
Experience in the Immunology or Infectious Diseases is preferred
Working knowledge of medical concepts and familiarity with safety activities in drug development and post marketing and global safety health authority requirements is required.
Ability to understand and analyze complex medical-scientific data from a broad range of sources is required.
Ability to interpret and present complex data to determine benefit-risk impact is required.
Excellent English verbal and written communication skills is required.
Ability to effectively interact with stakeholders, including business partners is required.
Ability to work in a matrix environment, proven leadership skills is required.
Ability to plan work to meet deadlines and effectively handle multiple priorities is required.
Proficiency in Microsoft applications (e.g. Word, Excel, and PowerPoint) is required.
Ability to influence, negotiate and communicate with both internal and external customers is required.
Johnson & Johnson is an Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, national origin, or protected veteran status and will not be discriminated against on the basis of disability.