Associate Director - Patient Safety Physician (gn): Inflammation

Dilsâd Babayigit
+49 (0)89 7263 210 – 00
Germany / USA


For a globally leading (bio)pharmaceutical company, we are assigned to recruit an Associate Director Patient Safety Physician (gn) for the therapeutic area Inflammation. 
Your primary focus will revolve around orchestrating the global initiatives for Patient Safety and Pharmacovigilance (PSPV) and Risk Management (RM) pertaining to compounds at various stages of development. In this role, you will work closely with the clinical development department and will be involved in a very strategic and global function. 


  • Crafting proactive, patient-centric RM strategies tailored to designated compounds.
  • Overseeing and executing all PV activities pertinent to assigned drugs, encompassing database setup, continual safety monitoring, and addressing safety concerns.
  • Engaging in cross-functional collaboration with departments such as Clinical Development and Global Patient Engagement to devise patient-centric benefit-risk evaluations for developmental compounds.
  • Collaborating with Global Epidemiology and Medical Affairs to design safety-oriented post-authorization studies.
  • Analyzing clinical trial safety data for incorporation into clinical trial reports and regulatory submissions.
  • Providing medical-scientific insights into regulatory documents, including PSURs, DSURs, RMPs, and Clinical Overview Statements.
  • Keeping senior management apprised of the safety profile of designated drugs and suggesting PV/RM actions 



  • Medical degree with clinical and/or clinical research experience.
  • Proficient knowledge in pharmacovigilance (PV) and a comprehensive understanding of PV regulations in major markets.
  • Experience in clinical development and involvement in regulatory submissions would be advantageous.
  • Clinical or research experience in the therapeutic area inflammation are a big plus.
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills.
  • Strong ethical sense coupled with a focus on quality and patient safety.
  • Excellent English language skills, both written and verbal.


  • highly strategic and development-related role
  • high-impact on the development of new drugs
  • global and intercultural work environment