Reporting to the Head of Paediatric Medicines, or the head of one of the sections in the Sector for Safety and Efficacy of Medicines (namely Anti-infectives and Vaccines, Central Nervous System and Ophthalmology, Endocrinology, Metabolism and Cardiovascular, Oncology, Haematology and Diagnostics or Rheumatology, Respiratory, Gastroenterology and Immunology), the jobholder will be responsible for a wide range of scientific and administrative tasks including:
- acting as a paediatric coordinator, validating and writing scientific reports on the assessment of applications for paediatric investigation plans and waivers in collaboration with the members of the Agency's Paediatric Committee and supporting joint paediatric-investigation-plan / scientific-advice procedures;
- acting as a product team leader or member, preparing Committee for Medicinal Products for Human Use (CHMP) scientific assessment reports and European public assessment reports, and scientific reports for relevant Committees for the procedure (Committee for Advanced Therapies or Pharmacovigilance Risk Assessment Committee), managing centralised applications through presubmission, submission, validation, evaluation and adoption of opinions, to liaising with rapporteurs and coordinating activities essential to the provision of objective scientific opinions of the CHMP;
- providing scientific support to the activities of the committees, working parties and drafting groups of the Agency and coordinating regulatory and administrative activities;
- liaising with colleagues across the Units within the Agency on product-related issues;
- attending internal and external expert meetings relevant for the therapeutic area;
- working on specific projects in the field of medicine development and regulation.
|Job role||Contract staff (long term)|
|Job type||Contract Agent|
|Agency unit||Human Medicines Development and Evaluation|
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- Curricula vitae (CVs) are not considered as an application. In order to be considered for the selection procedure, you must follow the application process as outlined above and submit the relevant, completed application form.
|Name||Language||First published||Last updated|
|General conditions - recruitment for the European Medicines Agency as contract staff (short-term or long-term)||(English only)||05/08/2011||08/09/2015|
Head of Human Resources
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