ProClinical receives new regulatory affairs (RA) jobs daily from pharmaceutical, biotech, medical device, med-tech companies and consultancies, and our team of specialist recruitment consultants could help you to find your next permanent or contract role. We have long established relationships with many of the life science industry's leading organisations and have been helping regulatory affairs specialists to find positions with them for over a decade. Many of our regulatory affairs positions are exclusive to us – meaning that you won't find them anywhere else!
People in pharmaceutical regulatory affairs jobs advise on and coordinate the approval and registration of pharmaceutical products, submitting licensing documentation and liaising with government regulatory bodies such as the Food & Drug Administration (FDA) in the USA, the Medicines & Healthcare Regulatory Agency (MHRA) in the UK, the Irish Medicines Board (IMB), and the European Medicines Agency (EMA) for centralised, EU-wide licenses.
Want to give your career in regulatory affairs a boost?
Our dedicated specialists undertake thorough training and truly understand the complexities and nuances of regulatory affairs jobs across compliance, labelling, operations, associate and management roles. By understanding the skills that are required, our specialists can match you with the most suitable permanent or contract role dependant on your skills and experience and your career aspirations. Simply send us your CV so that our team of specialist consultants can contact you when suitable roles become available, or apply to one of our current vacancies below. To receive positions that meet your specific requirements straight to your inbox, don't forget to sign up and customise your job alerts!
Looking for advice on getting a job in regulatory affairs?
If you have not worked in regulatory affairs before, we advise you to read our career advice blog on how to get a job in regulatory affairs. The blog is full of useful tips to help you to write a great resume, excel in an interview and break into regulatory affairs, as well as dotted with interesting industry news to help you stay ahead of the curve.