Regulatory Affairs Compliance Manager

Highly Competitive
  1. Permanent
  2. Operations
  3. United Kingdom
Basildon, England
Posting date: 14 Jul 2020

A new opportunity has arisen for a Regulatory Affairs Compliance Manager to work closely with QA, Technical Operations and other regulatory experts to ensure regulatory compliance of third-party manufacturers. The organisation based in Basildon are looking for highly motivated individuals, with strategic thinking to join our growing organization and establish a new regulatory compliance team.

Job Responsibilities

  • To support compliance of contract manufacturing sites in the validation and production of licenced products.
  • Providing regulatory compliance support to 3rd party manufacturing sites producing the products.
  • Review and/or approval of master manufacturing documentation.
  • Design of process validation strategy and review of protocols.
  • Support Technical Operations in overseeing all process validations relating to 3rd party manufactured and licenced products, providing timely review and approval as necessary.
  • Work with the regulatory strategist to define the necessary licence variations ahead of the validation plan.
  • Communicate compliance issues and mitigation plans relating to 3rd party manufacturers to all relevant departments.
  • Co-ordinating activities of the of the regulatory compliance group to ensure adequate and timely support to regional markets.
  • Responsible for the maintenance and approval of master manufacturing documentation, testing specifications and analytical methodology from 3rd party manufacturers.
  • Summarise the key registered details to provide a working business document and increase visibility to the operations teams
  • Review supply chain maps to ensure these align with the registered sites of activities.

Skills and Requirements

  • Bachelor's degree is required. Scientific/health field
  • Generally, has at least 10 years of related experience within a pharmaceutical company, CRO, CMO or similar organization.
  • A sound understanding of pharmaceutical manufacturing practices with >5 years experience in this field.
  • An understanding of the pharmaceutical regulatory system.
  • Experience in establishing processes and systems relevant to the management of master production records.
  • Strong knowledge of MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Project and Outlook.
  • Ability to work independently, take initiative and complete tasks to deadlines.
  • Fluent German, Italian or French

To Apply

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