Regulatory Affairs Associate

£0.00 - £40 per hour
  1. Contract
  2. Officer /Associate
  3. United Kingdom
Cambridge, England
Posting date: 05 Nov 2019
This vacancy has now expired

A vacancy has arisen for a Regulatory Affairs Associate with an internationally renowned pharmaceutical company, based in their UK office. This organisation is known for its solid commercial portfolio of life-saving drugs within a number of therapy areas, along with a growing pipeline of investigational drugs and an unmatched patient access program. This is an exciting opportunity to work with a leading pharmaceutical organization and support their innovative impact on the healthcare field.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Supporting post-marketing activities for the preparation of regulatory submissions for HIV medicinal products via the EU centralised procedure, which may include, but is not restricted to, variations, PSURs/RMPs, responses to questions, and renewals.
  • Preparing and/or coordinating regulatory labelling variation submissions for the company's marketed products in line with corporate objectives.
  • Assisting in ensuring product packaging and associated information is updated and maintained in accordance with product licences in international territories, including reviewing and providing accurate labelling translations.
  • Supporting the preparation/maintenance of clinical trial applications and ROW core dossiers and responding to ROW questions.
  • Representing International Regulatory Affairs (Int RA) function at cross functional submission/study management team meetings.
  • Participating in regulatory HIV team meetings, product team meetings, and departmental meetings.
  • Using and updating regulatory information systems for planning, preparing, tracking, and storing submissions to regulatory agencies.
  • Supporting the HIV Int RA team as required.

Skills and Requirements:

  • Life sciences degree.
  • Relevant experience in Regulatory Affairs.
  • An understanding of regulatory requirements for the EU centralised procedure.
  • Experience in supporting post-licensing management of variations, renewals, responses to questions, Follow-up Measures, PSURs etc for Centralized products is desirable.
  • Experience with working with document management systems (RDMS / SIMS).
  • Able to facilitate/impact and influence effective interactions and discussions.
  • Able to effectively interact to information gather and effectively drive projects through to completion to tight timelines.
  • A good scientific background and understanding.
  • Demonstrable multitasking, project management, and execution skills.
  • Good interpersonal skills, including communication, presentation, persuasion, and influence.
  • Good organisational skills, including efficiency, punctuality, and collaboration in a team environment.
  • Proficiency with computer skills, such as MS Office.

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