The HPRA are currently recruiting for a Pharmaceutical Assessor, in the Pharmaceutical Assessment – Human Products Authorisation and Registration Unit. Would be an ideal position for a pharmacist with some industry experience.
Irish Medicines Verification Organisation (IMVO) are looking for an experienced quality professional for the role of Quality Manager. This will be a part-time (0.5 FTE) position, based in Dublin. For further information, please see the role profile IMVO Quality Manager (part-time).
To apply or to make an informal enquiry, please contact Leonie Clarke, IMVO Project Manager (email firstname.lastname@example.org).
TOPRA (the organisation for professionals in regulatory affairs) has postponed its planned Career Fair in DCU on 6th June 2018 until 2019. PIER will update members once a new date has been decided.
IQVIA Europe (formerly Quintiles) are recruiting for their growing Global Regulatory Affairs Department. The new positions would be suitable for pharmacists with at least five years of experience in Regulatory Affairs or a similar area of the pharmaceutical industry.
For further details, see the regularly updated IQVIA jobs portal link: https://jobs.iqvia.com/en-US/search?keywords=regulatory%20affairs&location=&facetcountry=gb
Unless expressly stated "Office Based - Reading UK", the positions can be remotely based in any EU/UK country subject to agreement of the UK-based managers. Successful applicants who reside in Dublin are encouraged to utilise the IQVIA Ireland Office in Eastpoint Business Park, Fairview as their remote working base.
For informal enquiries, please contact email@example.com.
Please join us for the PIER Summer BBQ in McGrattans, Baggot Street, Dublin on Friday 29th June 2018 from 7.30pm.
RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org by Wednesday 27th June 2018.
In 2017, PIER ran a six month pilot mentorship programme for experienced pharmacists working in patient-facing roles and early industry career pharmacists. Twelve pharmacists participated (8 patient-facing and 4 industry based). The pilot was supported by an external consultant who assisted with the development of a framework for this initiative. Based on the positive feedback and successful outcomes of the pilot, PIER is planning to roll out another programme in 2018.
We are now seeking expressions of interest from mentors and mentees for the follow-on programme focusing on patient-facing pharmacists initially to commence by 1st July 2018.
Mentor Volunteers: Support / Guide
We are looking to establish a panel of experienced industry based pharmacists who fulfill the following criteria:
Mentees: Professional Growth
We are seeking expressions of interest from patient-facing pharmacists only who are looking to make the initial transition into an industry role. A limited number of mentee spaces will be available which will be allocated based on the number of suitable mentors that come forward. The criteria for involvement include:
Expressions of Interest:
We are asking both interested mentors and mentees to contact PIER to express interest in the 2018 programme by Monday 11th June 2018 (email: email@example.com).
Mentors: Please outline your industry and management experience to-date.
Mentees: Outline your experience to-date, the area of industry of interest and a few lines outlining why you are interested in a career in industry.
Early Career Pharmacists
Once the patient facing pharmacists programme is up and running, the PIER committee considering rolling out a separate programme for early career pharmacists (i.e. someone with at least 2 years industry experience) to comments by Sept/Oct 2018. If interested in acting as a mentor or mentee on this programme, please email firstname.lastname@example.org also.
A recording of the EIPG/PIER webinar organised on 13th March 2018 on the topic of 'Insight into New Medical Device Regulations in the EU' is now posted on the PIER website 'PIER webinars' area which is accessible to current PIER members only.
TOPRA (the organisation for professionals in regulatory affairs) are holding their Careers Fair in Dublin this year as well as London. It is a really good opportunity for both students, and other professionals looking to move into regulatory affairs, to come along and learn about the different career opportunities in this field of the pharmaceutical industry.
More information can be found on the TOPRA website: https://www.topra.org/regulatorycareersdublin
The event is free to students who are members of TOPRA (student membership is about £35 - the same cost for a student to register for the event if they are not members).
Sanofi Waterford is currently recruiting for an Regulatory Site Officer for their Regulatory Affairs Department. Position may be suitable for Pharmacists making transition across to industry.
For further details, see the job description Sanofi Regulatory Site Officer.
For enquries/applications, contact Jadwiga.Zmudaemail@example.com