Pharmacovigilance Officer – Nordics


Broad PV-role within generics

Broad Pharmacovigilance role with selected RA tasks
In this newly established PV-position you will take a vital part in the fast growth of Glenmark’s establishment within the Nordic. You will be responsible for all pharmacovigilance tasks and issues related to the product portfolio in the Nordic countries and you will be backing up RA with selected tasks.

Key tasks in a very visible role
You will be the responsible local person for Pharmacovigilance and act as a key contact point according to local legislation in Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Finland, and Iceland. You will maintain and develop an efficient pharma-covigilance system that allows collection, documentation and forwarding of adverse events received to Global PV and local agencies as required by local regulations aligned with Glenmark’s standards and processes.

You will interact and cooperate with local Health Authorities, be responsible for Medical Information, ensure PV training for your Nordic colleagues and you will implement commitments from inspections, audits and identified gaps and coordinate corrective actions for the Nordic. In this position you will refer to the QPPV Europe but work very close together with the General Manager Nordic as well as the RA and QA Officers.

Secondary tasks
You will support Regulatory and be parts of the national phase for MA incl. post-approval activities, renewal and submission processes and depending on language skills and experience tasks have local interaction with Health Authorities and external companies with respect to in- and out licensing activities and MA maintenance.

PV or RA experience from the pharmaceutical industry
We expect you to have a degree within Healthcare or other relevant education combined with 2-5 years of experience from either PV or RA within an affiliate or HQ in the pharmaceutical industry. You are systematic, structured and have great stakeholder management skills and are able to prioritize and focus on key projects and tasks. You are a skilled communicator, and you can work independently and with internal and external partners – both international and regional.

In other words, this is your opportunity to take your established knowledge and experience from local pharmacovigilance or regulatory affairs into a regional level. You are now ready to develop yourself and take the next step in your career in a dynamic and diverse position in a fast-growing pharmaceutical company with an impressive pipeline.

Apply for this unique position with Pharma
The recruitment process is carried out in collaboration with the consulting company Compass Human Resources Group A/S. Please submit your CV and application in English on – If you would like to find out more about this position before submitting your application, please do not hesitate to contact Tom Zehngraff, Compass on tel.: +45 70 20 12 75. Please note that we will reply to the email address from which you send your CV.

Glenmark is a leading integrated research-based, global pharmaceutical company established as a leading player in the discovery of new molecules both NCEs (New Chemical Entity) and NBEs (New Biological Entity). Glenmark has several molecules in various stages of pre-clinical and clinical development and are primarily focused in the areas of Oncology, Respiratory and Dermatology. Glenmark branded generics business has a significant presence in markets like US and Western Europe as well as India. Glenmark API business sells products in over 80 countries including the US, various countries in the EU, South America and India.

With 17 manufacturing facilities and 5 R&D centers dedicated to the goal of enriching lives across the globe we believe that the real force behind our continued successes are dedicated employees from across 50 nationalities, committed to creating ‘A new way for a new world’. For more information, visit

Deadline for application: As soon as possible
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