Regulatory Affairs Sr Manager - 12 months - Top Biotech – UK - Are you available?

102561
  • Competitive
  • Uxbridge , United Kingdom
  • Contract

Summary

Looking to join one of the world’s leading biotech companies? Deeply rooted in science and innovation to transform new ideas and discoveries into medicines for patients with serious illnesses. A company committed to unlocking the potential of biology for patients suffering from serious illnesses by discovering, developing, manufacturing, and delivering innovative human therapeutics. This approach begins by using tools like advanced human genetics to unravel the complexities of disease and understand the fundamentals of human biology.

 

Job description

European Regulatory Affairs General Medicine Therapeutic Area Sr. Manager
This role will provide regional regulatory support for one or more products. As a member of the Global Regulatory Team (GRT), the incumbent will be accountable for developing and executing regional regulatory strategies across the product lifecycle and managing effective agency interactions. The individual should have a proven track record supporting the diversity of regulatory procedures in the EU (inc. PIPs, variations, IMPDs, MAAs) and ability to work autonomously. The purpose of this role is to progress the Amgen pipeline through timely regulatory approvals, including clinical trials for investigational medicinal products, as well as approved medicinal products, and to ensure timely regulatory compliance with such approvals.


Responsibilities:

  • Define and advise the GRT on regional considerations in developing creative regulatory strategy
  • Ensures European regional needs are well defined and implemented in collaboration with relevant regional stakeholders
  • Develops and implements regulatory strategy and executional plans, and manages regulatory submissions (e.g., clinical trial and marketing applications) for assigned products in accordance with global filing plans, core labelling documents and regulatory requirements
  • Leads development of regional regulatory documents and meetings, and provides regulatory advice on regional regulatory requirements, mechanisms to optimize product development and to maintain compliance
  • Co-ordinates and provides guidance to company responses to requests from regulatory authorities, e.g., Response to Questions (RTQs)
  • Communicates and ensures alignment with proposed regulatory strategies such that expectations, regulatory risks, and mitigations are characterised and understood.
  • Estimate the likelihood of regulatory success and timelines based on proposed strategies; discuss with GRT and line Management, and communicates to stakeholders
  • Maintains an awareness of new and developing legislation, regulatory policy and technical Regulatory guidance relating to Amgen products, and evaluates and communicates impact
  • Act as contact and create relationships with agency staff on specific product assignment and document and communicate details and outcomes of regulatory agency interactions
 

Skills required:

  • Demonstrable experience acting as therapeutic area European Regulatory Affairs lead, defining and implement regulatory strategies and executional plans
  • Practical Regulatory knowledge of regional legislation
  • Working with policies, procedures, and SOPs
  • Experience with national legislation and regional regulations relating to medicinal products
  • Understanding of the regional regulatory procedures for CTAs, MAs, post approval changes, extensions, and renewals
  • Strong knowledge of and experience in regional regulatory environment in relevant product area and development stage
  • Comprehensive understanding of regulatory activities, touch points and how they affect projects and processes
  • Experience of working directly with the EMA and Centralised Procedure
  • Experience in Inflammation, Cardiovascular, Bone/osteology
  • Experience working with biotechnology products
     

Location: London, UK (Hybrid)

 

Length of contract: 12 months

This Role is an urgent need. So, the processes for these roles are moving very quickly so if there is an interest, we will need to move fast to ensure you don’t miss out.

These positions will be snapped up, looking for individuals who are ambitious, positive and want to work in a growing and exciting team.

Do not miss out on this opening – apply below or contact Kush at Meet on 0203 0195957 or email directly to kush@peoplewithchemistry.com

You can find out more about Kush & Meet at www.peoplewithchemistry.com

Kush Obhrai Talent Partner

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