Join the Interchemie family as QPPV. As a pharmacovigilance expert you know everything about pharmacovigilance systems such as the quality cycle, objectives, compliance management and the principles for good pharmacovigilance practices (GVP). Still you are hungry for more expertise and knowledge – the guidelines change, we work increasingly with MRP’s and you are part of a growing dynamic organisation where we face challenges together.
As one of the most responsible and paramount people in our company your main focus will be maintaining our pharmacovigilance systems and developing them as well as yourself further. You’ll be part of our Regulatory Affairs team of about four people and from time to time you will cooperate with and support your Regulatory colleagues. As a life scientist with a minimum of 3 years’ experience in a similar position you apply to the EMA regulatory demands for a QPPV and of course you’ll need this background to successfully give substance to this position.
Main responsibilities as QPPV at Interchemie:
From its humble beginnings in The Netherlands, Interchemie is now supplying partners worldwide with veterinary products including veterinary medicines, nutritional products and disinfectants. We offer our products to careful selected distributors worldwide in Europe, Asia, Africa, South America and the Middle-East. Interchemie produces according to GMP and GMP+ guidelines.
Interchemie operates three production facilities. With 12 production lines, namely: injectables lines, oral liquids lines and water-soluble powders lines. Interchemie has attained this high quality standard by continuously researching and developing new products. Because only by improving our product line we can safeguard the health of animals in the future.
In Estonia you’ll find about 150 motivated colleagues in our production facility and our neighbouring packaging facility. We are located on the beautiful peninsula of Viimsi in the North of Tallinn near the Gulf of Finland (Soome lath). Our organisation is evolving and growing. A recent change of management sees us working in a more open, cooperative way with greater ownership and focus on (human) potential. Our CEO tries to visit each department every month to discuss challenges and goals (of the company) and actively wishes input from the departments – involvement, ownership and expertise are keywords.