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The Agency will contact candidates when a position becomes available. To apply, please submit the application form below to [email protected] Requested qualifications Medical doctor with a qualification or significant experience in paediatric medicine or paediatric pharmacology, or clinical trials in children.

Job description To work on all scientific questions related to drug development in children, and other aspects of the implementation of the European Paediatric Regulation.

A track record of publication in peer-reviewed journals will constitute an added value.

The successful applicant should have excellent verbal and written communication skills and the ability to interact professionally with a diverse group of toxicology, quality and statistical experts. Job description The successful candidate is expected to carry out the following tasks: The successful candidate will be expected to use his/her expertise in drafting advice to product team leaders and to scientific committees, and to contribute to the peer review of EMA scientific evaluation documents.

The SNE is also expected to contribute to the core activities of the Office through provision of timely regulatory advice within the Agency and to Scientific Committees in relation to development, evaluation and surveillance of medicinal products for human use submitted through the Centralised Procedure.

Recognition Procedure, decentralised procedure and with various legislative provisions would also be a key feature of the SNE profile and would facilitate objective to contribute to optimisation of regulatory framework through analysis of experience with legislative provisions, identification of gaps in regulatory framework and provision of technical support to European Commission, the Agency and the European medicines regulatory network.

The range and variety of products and activities will be tailored according to the experience of the successful candidate.

Requested qualifications The ideal candidate will hold a university degree in life sciences followed by a postgraduate qualification or a strong regulatory background through relevant work experience.

PK/PD, Pop PK, PBPK) and ideally clinical pharmacology itself, is required.

Good organisational skills and a good command of English are required.