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Careers At Incyte Corporation

Looking for a challenge and a chance to grow your career?

Then Incyte is the pharmaceutical company for you. While our pipeline demonstrates the ability to compete with much larger pharmaceutical companies in selecting compelling targets and creating high-quality drug candidates, our smaller size enables employees to see the direct impact of their contributions on the direction of the company. Due to our smart, agile culture and cutting-edge science, we delivered a novel, first-to-market product in an unmet medical need in 2011 - the first in the company's history.

Opportunities for taking on new and/or additional responsibilities, in addition to advancement, are a key element in our culture. Add to that a science-based, fast-paced work environment and you’ve got an exciting company in which to work.

In addition to opportunities for growth, we offer an outstanding benefits andcompensation package to help meet personal needs as well.

Take a look at our current openings to find the match that’s right for you!

Incyte Corporation values the talents of our diverse workforce and is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Senior Drug Safety Associate (SDSA-DE)

Department: Pharmacovigilance
Location: Incyte Corporate Headquarters

Perform processing and oversight of adverse event/drug experience reports (serious and non-serious) and other safety related data for Incyte marketed products and clinical trials. Responsible for completion of the case management lifecycle including but not limited to: intake, triage, book-in, data entry, peer/quality review, follow-up, and submissions. Perform case processing (including case deactivations) and data gathering tasks within the Argus Safety Database and other Incyte systems (i.e. EDC systems). Assist with literature review and article procurement as required. Lead project start-up activities including safety reporting plan review, safety database configuration/updates, regulatory/submission impact analysis, training and tracking as applicable. Perform retrospective quality review and document findings, and contribute to metric compilation. Assist with business partner and other query management. Represent Pharmacovigilance on project teams. Assist with CAPA/audit or inspection finding investigations and compilation of data to support quality and compliance processes. Assist with Pharmacovigilance reconciliation of databases and listings (post marketing and clinical trial sources) as required. Train and mentor case processing staff. Assist with creating procedures (SOPs, Job Aids), forms, and templates in support of efficient case management processes. Ensure compliance with internal procedures, regulatory requirements, and partner agreements to ensure inspection readiness at all times. Maintain files and systems as appropriate.


Must have Master's degree or foreign equivalent and 3 years of experience. Will accept Bachelor's degree and 5 years of progressive experience in lieu of MS+3.


Send resume to Must reference job code SDSA-DE to be considered.

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