DO YOU SHARE OUR VALUES AND AMBITIONS?

EUSA Pharma is a dynamic and rapidly growing pharmaceutical company. We are constantly looking for highly talented individuals who, like us, are passionate and committed to helping patients live and embrace life.

If you are interested in joining our journey and if you share our values and ambition, please see below our current vacancies.

Please note we now require all external candidates to read and sign a copy of our transparency statement and upload this with their application. If this is not submitted with their application/CV your data will be removed immediately from our system in line with GDPR regulations.

Senior Quality Assurance Officer - EDMS

06/05/2021

Working in close collaboration with the QA team members, with the relevant departments in the company, and under the supervision of the QA Manager, as the Senior QA Officer EDMS, you will be in charge of managing the GxP quality processes, with a focus on GDP, in the running of the site’s Quality Management System.

As a member of our global Quality Team, you'll be responsible for:

SOPs and Training/Training Management

  • Train and coach EUSA employees on GMDP and quality processes in order to ensure the compliance of EUSA to the requirements of the regulations.

  • Lead the Quality element of our onboarding process, training and coaching all new joiners

  • To act as a role model and encourage a QA culture within EUSA Pharma.

  • To review SOPs and build and maintain training courses upon requirements, specifically focused on QA processes.

  • To provide feedback to the QA team on QA processes, identifying any issues and providing solutions.

QA document control system (back-up)

  • To manage our EDMS, including the administrator role performance (users’ creation, configuration, deletion).

  • To support implementation and training on the EDMS.

  • To ensure the system is up to date and accurate and ensuring that employee information is correct.

  • To provide support to all users of the QA document control system.

  • To provide training, documentation and a training overview.

  • To create and issue dashboards for monitoring purposes.

Technical/professional expertise required:

  • Degree qualified in either pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, or science related subject;

  • Clear understanding of Pharmaceutical Industry environment, regulations and constraints;

  • Knowledge and experience of working to quality programs such as GMP and GDP, ideally ISO 13485 standard.

  • Experience within the pharmaceutical or medical device industry, ideally in a similar position would be an advantage.

  • IT skills specifically MS Excel and MS Word, particularly Veeva Vault.

  • Demonstrated autonomy in the daily activity, autonomous, willingness to work in a multicultural environment interpersonal and communication skills (both written and verbal).

Personal specification

  • Autonomy

  • Good communication and influence skills

  • Team spirit oriented

  • Build strong relationships with internal customers

  • Work with all relevant staff to maintain the smooth running of day to day operations



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Rare Disease Specialist - Italy - Toscana, Emilia Romagna, Umbria, Marche

05/05/2021

The Rare Disease Specialist role is to promote the EUSA Pharma Rare Disease portfolio, to identify key accounts, and establish partnerships with key Health Care Professionals (HCPs), hospital pharmacists, payors and any other key stakeholder at a local (hospitals) and regional level when required. The RDS is accountable for the business results of a territory covering Toscana, Emilia Romagna, Umbria and Marche.

The RDS will build sustainable relationships with key stakeholders and leverage customer insights in order to develop strategies and solutions, which will facilitate access to the EUSA Pharma portfolio in the hospitals. Collaboration with local HCPs will be key to ensuring appropriate prescribing of our EUSA medications.

Technical and professional expertise required:

  • Minimum of 5 years’ pharmaceutical experience ideally in the hospital setting.

  • Rare Disease/Haematology/Oncology/niche/speciality product experience.

  • Experience/involvement in a successful recent product launch.

  • Knowledge of local market access/payor experience (hospital pharmacists and access process in the hospital setting) is essential.

  • Experience in digital multichannel impactful customer interaction.  Able to maximize impact of multichannel/digital tools and strategy on customers in his/her territory.

  • Excellence communication skills to drive impactful conversations with customers on phone, video, email, text face to face…

  • Project management successful experience focus in customer interaction for promotional purposes.

Personal Specification:

  • Life science degree or higher qualification is needed and Relevant experience in rare disease, haem/oncology is a plus.

  • Fluent written and spoken English 

  • Excellent planning & organisational skills.

  • Excellent communication combined with good commercial acumen.

  • Excellent technical agility in remote/digital direct customer impactful interactions.

  • Strong presentation skills and business analysis skills.

  • Teamwork, proactive collaboration and interaction with oth



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Key Account Manager, Switzerland

05/05/2021

The Key Account Manager’s role is to promote the EUSA Pharma rare disease portfolio, to identify key accounts, and establish partnerships with key Health Care Professionals (HCPs), hospital pharmacists, payors and any other key stakeholder at a local level. As the first member of our commercial team in Switzerland, you will be a commercially-astute, motivated self-starter with excellent communication skills, and will be accountable for the business results of the Swiss territory. . Applicants must be fluent in German, French and English, and possess an extensive contact network in the Swiss market.

You will build sustainable relationships with key stakeholders and leverage customer insights in order to develop strategies and solutions, which will facilitate access to the EUSA Pharma portfolio in the hospital setting. Collaboration with local HCPs will be key to ensuring appropriate prescribing of EUSA medications. 

Technical and professional expertise required:

  • Minimum of 3 years’ pharmaceutical experience ideally in the hospital setting.

  • Rare disease/haematology/oncology/niche/speciality product experience.

  • Experience/involvement in a successful recent product launch.

  • Knowledge of local market access/payor experience (Hospital Pharmacists and access process in the hospital setting) is essential.

  • Experience in digital multichannel impactful customer interaction.  Maximize impact of multichannel/digital tools and strategy on customers in his/her territory.

  • Excellent communication skills to drive impactful conversations with customers on phone, video, email, face-to-face etc.

Personal specification:

  • Life science degree or higher qualification is needed and/or relevant experience in rare disease, haematology/oncology.

  • Written and spoken English, French and German are essential

  • Excellent Planning & Organisational Skills.

  • Excellent communication combined with good commercial acumen.

  • Excellent technical agility in remote/digital direct customer impactful interactions.

  • Strong presentation skills and business analysis skills.

  • Teamwork, proactive collaboration and interaction with other teams. Continuous information interchange with the members of other departments from the same accounts.



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Quality Assurance Office - 12 month fixed-term contract

29/04/2021

We're recruiting for a Quality Assurance Officer to join our global team for a 12 month maternity cover contract. You'll work remotely, with a small amount of travel once the current restrictions are lifted. Our recruitment process is 100% remote and our robust onboarding process will ensure you have all the training and support you need to be successful in the role.

You'll have recent experience of these responsibilities:

Complaints Management

  • Management of complaints system by ensuring all complaints are logged, in the company database in a timely manner.

  • Investigate complaints, complete CAPA and change control actions where related to the area of responsibilities in a timely manner.

  • Monitor and Coordinate and any complaints investigation at Partners level.

  • Act as a back-up for the monthly PV/ complaint reconciliation with partners.

  • Provide Monthly complaints KPIs and Metrics

EUSA's Product Returns Process

  • To manage the return process in conjunction with the customer service and logistics teams.

  • To ensure all return documentation is completed correctly and in line with relevant SOPs.

  • To ensure that returns are closed in time and any deviations/complaints are reported correctly.

Suppliers’ qualification and customers’ verification

  • To support the partners’ qualification process including the maintenance of the suppliers’ qualification database and the obtaining of the partners’ licenses to operate.

  • To support the customer verification process and approve the verification forms when required by the RP.

Technical and professional expertise required:

  • Degree qualified in either pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, or science related subject;

  • Clear understanding of Pharmaceutical Industry environment, regulations and constraints;

  • Knowledge and experience of working to quality programs such as GMP and GDP, ideally ISO 13485 standard.

  • Experience within the pharmaceutical or medical device industry, ideally in a similar position would be an advantage.

  • Excellent IT skills specifically MS Excel and MS Word, particularly Veeva Vault.

  • Able to demonstrate strong stakeholder management skills in a matrix environment

Personal Specification

  • Able to work autonomously

  • Great communication and influence skills both written and verbal

  • Team spirit oriented

  • Fluent French would be an advantage

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Medical Director, Italy

29/04/2021

The Medical Director, Italy will lead the regional medical department, providing support for the business in launching new products and in managing the current portfolio. The role will involve balancing commercial success with high ethical standards, appropriate regulatory compliance, and a great scientific approach. We are seeking applications from exceptional, talented individuals with a hands-on, collaborative approach to suit our team.


The role involves:

  • Working with our General Manager for Southern Europe to establish and lead the medical function across Italy

  • Establishing and developing KOLs, stakeholder group and market understanding

  • Development and implementation of a Country Medical Plan

  • Development of regulatory, access, training materials & promotional materials

  • Technical/professional expertise required:

  • Bachelor of Science. Medical qualification preferred.

  • Demonstrable experience in leading a medical affairs team.

  • Rare disease, haematology or oncology experience (either clinical or pharmaceutical roles) preferred.

  • Hospital and Specialty care experience is a must.

  • High level of English a must.

Personal specification

  • Excellent communication and organisation skills.

  • Able to adjust to changing priorities.

  • Hands on, teamwork spirit. Able to work in multifunctional teams.

  • Customer oriented.

  • Excellent cross-functional working skills

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Associate Director Regulatory Affairs, CMC

28/04/2021

This role is responsible for providing CMC regulatory leadership and guidance to project teams, manufacturing /supply and QA departments for a mixed portfolio of marketed products. It involves responsibility for authoring and oversight of quality dossiers to support clinical trial applications, PIPS and module 3 leaf’s for applications in the EU, U.S. and multiple international territories. It will involve working closely with regulatory external CMC individuals and interacting with global health authorities to achieve alignment on the regulatory strategies to achieve and maintain product registration.

Technical and professional expertise

  • At least 10 years in Regulatory Affairs CMC (biologics) and have experience of European & US CMC regulatory submissions, requirements and procedures.

  • Extensive experience and knowledge of CMC post approval regulatory activities (especially in the EU/US)

  • Experienced in the creation and implementation of CMC global regulatory strategies

  • Knowledge of   using the centralised procedure in the EU

  •  Experience of CMC regulatory requirements for registering a new drug product in ROW countries

Personal Specification

  • BSc Life Science Degree

  • A strong background in Regulatory Affairs CMC, with a number of achievements/submissions for products in development

  • Excellent written and spoken English. Any other language skills would be an advantage

  • Ability to work independently on multiple projects and within multi-disciplinary teams

  • Ability to build relationships with key stakeholders both internally and externally in order to obtain prompt regulatory authority approvals

  • Experience in working and negotiating with third-party contract manufacturing sites and clinical supply operations


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