P95 – Excellence in Epidemiology and Pharmacovigilance

P95 delivers cutting edge expertise in epidemiology and pharmacovigilance with a focus in infectious disease and vaccines. We are passionate about healthcare and help our customers with innovative medical research. We share a sense of urgency with our customers to deliver timely, pragmatic and useful insights to improve healthcare.

Our clients are the pharmaceutical industry, public health institutes, academic institutions, WHO, the European Commission and other governmental organizations and NGOs. Our projects focus mainly on infectious diseases, particularly on vaccines.

We are looking for a

Senior Epidemiologist (Full time, home based (Europe), permanent contract)

You will join a young, very dynamic and fast growing private research organization. Our international team consists of over 40 staff including epidemiologists, statisticians, data analysist, medical writers, safety and pharmacovigilance specialists, project managers and office support staff spread over more than 10 countries. Our headquarters are in Leuven, Belgium. All of our staff work remotely. Occasionally you may need to travel to our head office or to our client’s offices.

You will be supporting and providing epidemiological expertise on diverse and multi-disciplinary projects. You will work on drug development and evaluation at all stages, covering most areas of epidemiology, including literature reviews, study design and implementation, conference presentations and publication writing. The successful candidate is expected to support primarily large international studies on COVID19.

We offer a lot of autonomy, flexibility and ample opportunities for research and development. We consequently value self-reliance, initiative and responsibility of everybody in our team to meet customer expectations.

The ideal candidate will

  • Share a passion for epidemiology and the drive to help our customers achieving their objectives
  • Have a Masters or PhD in Epidemiology and/or graduate from a recognised field epidemiology training program (e.g. EPIET, EIS,..). Specific training in infectious disease epidemiology, vaccine epidemiology and/or pharmacovigilance is a plus
  • Be fluent in spoken and written English
  • Have at least 10 years experience working as an epidemiologist, particularly in infectious diseases. Experience in vaccine effectiveness and safety studies is an asset.
  • Have experience working in consultancy for the pharmaceutical industry
  • Have experience in large international observational studies
  • Be able to work independently (remote), yet still in a team
  • Be sensitive to cross-cultural differences
  • Have good communication skills
  • Have a flexible approach to work
  • Be a self-starter, well organised and with attention to detail while keeping a “getting the job done” mentality.
  • Be focused on delivering high-quality results on time

Do you want to join us?

Visit our website to learn more about who we are and what we do. If you are the one for this job, send your application to jobs@p-95.com. Call will remain open until the position is filled. Only shortlisted candidates for interview will be contacted.

Your CV is important but we are specifically looking for the right people for our team. Please write to us about why you would like to join us and how you see yourself contributing to P95 delivering Excellence in Epidemiology and Pharmacovigilance.

 P95 – Excellence in Epidemiology and Pharmacovigilance

 P95 delivers cutting edge expertise in epidemiology and pharmacovigilance. We are passionate about healthcare and help our customers with innovative medical research. We share a sense of urgency with our customers to deliver timely, pragmatic and useful insights to improve healthcare.

Our clients are the pharmaceutical industry, public health institutes, academic institutions, WHO, the European Commission and other governmental organizations and NGOs. Our projects focus mainly on infectious diseases, particularly on vaccines.

We are looking for a

Project Manager (Full time, remote, indefinite contract)

This position will support P95 in the coordination and implementation of an international study network for an expected duration of 3 years. You will join a young, very dynamic and fast growing private research organization. Our international team consist of over 40 staff including epidemiologists, biostatisticians, IT engineers, medical writers, safety experts, project managers and office staff. Our headquarters are in Leuven, Belgium. Most of us work remote or from home. Occasionally you will need to travel to our head office, within Europe or to the study sites.

As Project Manager, you will support P95 to perform the following tasks within the project:

  • Ensure project delivery meeting expectations of scope, quality, time and budget
  • Lead study start up process including project kick off meeting, the set up of all required study documentation system
  • Chair all project progress meetings ensuring meeting minutes are completed and distributed to all team members
  • Focal point for contact with the client and all study partners
  • Participate in and organize investigator meetings and site visits as required
  • Identify risks and problems and develop effective ways to solve them as a team, escalating where necessary
  • Drive effective cross-functional teamwork among project team members
  • Develop a project specific project management plan in collaboration with project team members
  • Measure project performance using appropriate systems, tools and techniques
  • Create and maintain comprehensive project documentation as required by the client
  • Provide project progress reports at the agreed frequency with the client
  • Oversees an manages study feasibility and site monitoring performance
  • Develop and maintain optimal site relationship with key investigator sites and alliance partners

We offer a lot of autonomy, flexibility and ample opportunities for development. We consequently value self-reliance, initiative and responsibility of everybody in our team to meet customer expectations.

The ideal candidate will:

  • Have a university degree, preferably in science/life sciences
  • Have a good understanding of health research projects
  • Have a minimum of 2 years experience in project management of multi-country health research projects, ideally within an international context
  • Have Project management qualifications/certification is an asset
  • Have proficiency in MS Office and experience using project management software
  • Have professional level written and spoken English, additional European languages are an asset
  • Have experience in coordinating remote teams
  • Be able to think analytically and have good communication skills
  • Be able to work independently, yet still in a team
  • Have a flexible approach to work
  • Be knowledgeable about cross-cultural environments
  • Be a self-starter, well organized and with attention to detail while keeping a “getting the job done” approach.
  • Be inquisitive and want to contribute to the development of an innovative company
  • Be able to travel internationally up to 10% of the time

Do you want to join us?

Visit our website (www.p-95.com) to learn more about who we are and what we do. If you are the one for this job, send your application to jobs@p-95.com before 21 May 2021.

Your CV is important but we are specifically looking for the right people for our team. Please write to us about why you would like to join us and how you see yourself contributing to P95 delivering excellence in Epidemiology and Pharmacovigilance.