Junior Compliance Officer (Pharma) - 6 month FTC at Antidote.me
London, GB

Based at our offices in Covent Garden - this role will support the Compliance Manager in accordance with best practice that satisfies the quality, legal, security and assurance requirements of the business and stakeholders - across the corporate and delivery teams within Antidote.

Stakeholders will include the Executives, internal business teams, external clients and large suppliers.

This role would suit a candidate with previous Compliance Assistant/Coordinator responsibilities who is looking to take the next step up - joining a small but growing organisation.

Some experience in either the Pharma, Healthcare, Life Science or Clinial Trial industry is required.

**This is a 6 month Fixed Term Contractor and we are happy to consider Full Time or Part Time (min 0.8 FTE) candidates**

Responsibilities include

  • Working with commercial teams to manage responses to client audits and regulatory aspects of RFPs.
  • Undertaking, recording and monitoring internal audits.
  • Assisting in vendor/supplier qualifications.
  • Assisting with risk and privacy impact assessments.
  • Supporting delivery of an information compliance program that will facilitate effective capture, storage, control and delivery of all formally issued documents and information.
  • Providing compliance advice, expertise and guidance to the business ensuring the dissemination of compliance specifications, procedures and related material – as well as championing data privacy best practices.
  • Drafting (or assist in drafting) policies - ensuring they are comprehensive and up to date
  • Acting as a role model for Antidote’s vision and values
  • Promoting equality in the workplace and adopt appropriate behaviour when interacting with colleagues.
  • Taking necessary care to properly protect the confidentiality, integrity and availability of corporate information from unauthorised disclosure, modification or destruction


  • 3+ years of proven practical experience in a multi-disciplined life science, pharmaceutical or technology environment
  • Good understanding of key principles of relevant information laws and regulations – principally; GDPR, HIPAA, HITRUST, GxP.
  • Experience of monitoring audits and CAPA (Corrective and Preventive Actions).
  • Experience supporting a risk management program.
  • Experience in writing Policies and Standard Operating Procedures (SOP).
  • Technical knowledge and experience of document management systems tools and processes – including document registration, filing, numbering and archiving.
  • Logical and analytical approach to work.
  • Great interpersonal skills, able to motivate and be self-motivated
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Willingness to learn
  • Experience in a start up environment is a huge advantage


  • Competitive salary
  • Private healthcare
  • Life Assurance
  • Pension
  • Monthly socials and weekly get togethers
  • Cycle to work scheme
  • Monthly gym contribution
  • Free snacks, tea, coffees and fresh fruit