Regulatory Affairs Manager - UK & IE

South East England Permanent
  • Flexible Working
  • Top 10 Pharmaceutical Company

About Our Client

I have partnered with a global biopharmacteucial company who due to growth are looking for a number of Regulatory Affairs profesionals to join the team.

Currently one of the top 10 Pharma businesses my client aims to be within the Top 3 by 2025. With an abundance of new products coming to market across various product ranges they are experiencing consistent growth. A business who are not only stable but also scaling!

As an organization, they are constantly moving and growing and make sure there people grow with them. An excellent business with fantastic progression and development opportunities. The business offer flexible working with the Regulatory teams working from home and the office.

Job Description

Regulatory Affairs Manager - UK & IE

  • Manage the review, preparation, submission and follow-up of regulatory submissions to the UK and Ireland.
  • Provide strategic input into development of lifecycle strategies for Marketed Portfolio & Strategy Management products, both locally and in conjunction with GRA.
  • Input into review of promotional and non-promotional materials from a regulatory perspective, as required.
  • Assist the Head of Regulatory Affairs in developing strategies to optimise the efficient running of the department and to manage the achievement of appropriate registrations. Identify issues which may impact on project timeframes.
  • Manage the workload and personal development of staff.
  • Supervise and train other regulatory staff within department as required.

The Successful Applicant

Regulatory Affairs Manager - UK & IE

  • A scientific degree.
  • Proven success record of achieving regulatory approvals in the UK
  • A record of proven success in managing and supervising staff.
  • Ability to manage multi-functional projects, and to assess detailed scientific information from a variety of disciplines.
  • Good organisational skills and ability to manage multiple projects/priorities under pressure and to cope with tight deadlines.
  • Self-motivated with strong verbal and written communication skills.
  • Able to communicate effectively and efficiently with other functional departments in the business.
  • Good knowledge of the development process for medicines, and capable of critically reviewing and integrating scientific information from a variety of disciplines.
  • An understanding of biosimilars and medical devices.

What's on Offer

Competitive Basic Salary + Car Allowance + Bonus

Chloe Baverstock
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Phone number
+44 1727 730 144

Job summary

Life Sciences
Regulatory Affairs
Healthcare / Pharmaceutical
South East England
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Consultant name
Chloe Baverstock
Consultant phone
+44 1727 730 144
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