Função: Pesquisa

Tipo de Emprego: Tempo Integral

Localização: New Jersey - Clark

País: USA

L’Oréal, the world leader in cosmetics, is synonymous with beauty, innovation and scientific excellence in more than 130 countries. As the leader in the beauty industry, our success is a direct result of our unequaled employees. L’Oréal is always looking for talented and ambitious minds to help build our beauty into something even better. Leadership also means innovation and quality. We offer the most technologically advanced products to our customers and a portfolio of brands in every product category. L’Oréal USA fully encompasses all aspects of beauty for everyone, everywhere.

MAJOR FUNCTION

The Sr. Scientist is responsible for independently conducting technical reviews and monitoring process-related activities in the Vigilance group for all Over-the-Counter (OTC) Drugs and Cosmetic products sold in the USA. The main activities include:

  • Ensure the completion, accuracy & validity of data entry for initial and follow-up Adverse Events (AEs) for both OTC Drugs & Cosmetic products in compliance with company Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) and any applicable global regulatory guidelines
  • Ensure the completion, review and submission of all MedWatch Reports to FDA
  • Coordination & document management of Sharepoint files including organization of department training documents  and maintenance of  FDA correspondence

·        As needed, the Sr. Scientist will also be expected to review and complete medical assessments for cases involving both OTC Drugs & Cosmetic products

  1. PRINCIPAL  ACCOUNTABILITIES 
  • Responsible for the triage of incoming Health Related Complaint cases, assessing if the cases meet criteria for an Adverse Event, determine and confirm timing of events, complete data entry compose narratives  and MedDRA coding into the proprietary company safety database
  • Prepare &  perform Quality Assessment on serious expedited MedWatch Reports and ensure timely  submission to the FDA 
  • Provide feedback using discretion regarding database issues or with case details that are documented by our Consumer Care Center (CCC) and communicate database discrepancies
  • As needed,  perform medical assessment of case reports for seriousness, causality and expectedness
  • Ensure completion of daily case reconciliation process
  • Coordination & document management of SharePoint files including organization of department training documents  and maintenance of  FDA correspondence
  • Ensure that Heath Related Quality Complaints that require investigation are analyzed promptly and forwarded to the plants, responses are consolidated and tracked, as well as maintaining records in SharePoint
  • Assist Manager in providing patch test letters/kits for physicians when requested and follow-up the results once the skin investigations performed
  • Along with the Vigilance Manager & Sr. Vigilance Coordinator, serve as a point of contact regarding case inquiries from CCC or PMS French Colleagues.
  • Assist Manager  to provide data entry training to new and permanent contract employees
  • Assist Manager to promptly perform vigilance database queries as needed when requests are received from Regulatory, Product Safety or Global PMS
  • Work together with Manager & Sr. Vigilance Coordinator in safety signal activities by reviewing aggregate data, monitoring trends of reporting for Americas Region as needed

 

  1. JOB  REQUIREMENTS
  • Pharm D, R. PhD or RN preferred with case processing & medical assessment experience and a working knowledge of basic medical terminology
  • Minimum of up to 2 years relevant experience in consumer products (OTC Drugs and Cosmetics)
  • Experience in the skill of MedDRA coding
  • General understanding of US Regulations and FDA compliance timelines desired
  • Basic knowledge of medical terminology
  • Proficient in Microsoft Excel and Word
  • Organization and written communication skills
  • Ensures compliance with company policies, procedures, and standards
  • Ability to work effectively in a team
  • Must be legally eligible to work in the US on an on-going basis

 

  1. DIMENSIONS

 

  • Data entry of Adverse Events, processing of FDA submissions & document retention, while working with Sr. Vigilance Coordinator, Vigilance Coordinator, Medical Physician & Product Vigilance Manager

 

  1. DIRECTION/RESPONSIBILITY

 

  • Reports to Product Vigilance Manager and can also operate independently; would require minimal supervision when needed.               

 



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