Dec 21, 2021

Job Description

Monitors and audits the company’s drug, biologics or medical devices surveillance program including the intake, evaluation, processing and follow-up on adverse reports.

Participates in the resolution of any legal liability and in complying with government regulations.

Ensures accurate receipt, maintenance and assessment against product labeling.

Reports events or reactions as required by regulatory agencies including adverse events data from clinical trials, spontaneous or solicited sources, periodic and experience reports.

May provide trending and safety signal detection and assessment. Supports all clinical trial activity and post marketing.

Ensure the operational conversion of the Rewards strategic goals within a dedicated client group.

Participate in and analyze surveys, and study labor markets to determine salary

Coordinate and support the administration of compensation or benefits programs on a
recurring basis for assigned client group or country/BU

Benchmark labor market trends; propose salary structure and adjustments to the business
based on survey data.

Analyze jobs and specifications on an ad hoc or recurring basis and support the job
evaluation process for assigned client groups.

Provide recommendations on internal and external benchmarking and reward policies;
typically for assigned client groups within country or global BU.

Deliver training to specific client groups on reward programs or Rewards-related

Support the budget planning discussions.

Supervise the performance and development of a small team.

Participate in, or lead Rewards projects at country or BU level.

Key Performance Indicators (KPIs)

Feedback from internal partners and client groups
Rewards processes delivered on time with the right level of quality


Applied Business Insights
Continuous Learning (Dyn. Knowledge Development)
Digital & Technology Savvy
Stakeholder Engagement
Technical / Functional Skills & Knowledge
Data analytics
Translating data-insights into relevancy for Healthcare System and patient access

Diversity & Inclusion / EEO

Novartis is committed to building an outstanding, inclusive work environment and diverse teams representative of the patients and communities we serve.

Minimum Requirements

Bachelor's degree in Pharmacy

Good command of both English and Turkish (written and spoken)

Min. 1 year experience in pharmacovigilance

Good command of MS Office application

Strong analytical skills with leadership presence

Team player and strong communication skills

Ability to work in a fast-paced changing environment

Team working and customer oriented mindset
Global Drug Development
Research & Development
Full Time
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Patient Safety Specialist

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