What You Will Achieve
· Create and deliver strategic regulatory guidance for assigned projects/products in Emerging Markets. Strategies should be in alignment with global/regional positions, commercial goals, and key stakeholders/partner lines
· Develop and implement Regulatory Strategies for assigned projects/products including assurance that project prioritization, submission strategies, labeling, approvals, post-marketing lifecycle management activities, etc., are in place and delivered in accordance with time, cost and quality expectations for all assigned projects.
· Manage regulatory aspects of projects/products, including the preparation and submission of correspondence and applications to regulatory agencies.
· Indirect liaison with regulatory authorities to facilitate the prompt review and approval of applications, supplements/variations, and commitment closures.
· Lead and/or participates in Regulatory Teams for assigned projects/products.
· Develop and implements regulatory strategies to support/maintain registrations. Maintains product licenses across all product platforms.
· Understand regulatory environment and communicates priorities to global stakeholders
· Deliver project /product strategy incl. label, risk assessment, and PRS for assigned projects/productsHow You Will Achieve It
· Accountable for ensuring or contributing to Global/Regional Regulatory Strategies for Emerging Markets and implementation plans (including core labels, risk registers) developed for assigned project/s.
· Ensures regulatory contributions achieve the objectives in the strategy, achieve agreed standards, and minimize resource demands while maximizing overall project delivery time and probability of success and facilitating post filing activities.
· Partners with project teams and other customer groups (e.g., Country Regulatory Managers, Brand Teams, Global supply, etc.) to ensure required regulatory contributions (e.g. briefing documents, line plans) meet business needs and are provided to the project teams, to agreed time, cost and quality standards.
· Ensures regulatory plans are monitored, progress/variance communicated to Management and any risks (from emerging technical data, changing internal objectives or external threats) mitigated
· Ensures an aligned regulatory position is reached and communicated for all key issues for assigned project/s, and that these regulatory positions supporting the business are championed and communicated.
· Works closely with other Regulatory and CMC Product managers within, and across, sites to ensure consistent and appropriate processes, systems, working practices, shared learning’s and quality standards.
· Implements systems, processes and procedures relating to regulatory strategy productivity improvements, ensuring that these facilitate the sharing of information across the relevant lines.
· Ensures business compliance and implementation of and adherence to Regulatory standards.QualificationsMust-Have
- Bachelor's Degree
- 5+ years of experience
- Experience in Over the Counter or pharmaceutical industry, with experience in the global regulatory environment
- Regional/Country regulatory experience including submission processes and product life cycle management activities
- Knowledge of commercial activities and Current Good Manufacturing Practices (part of GxP)
- Ability to work well cross functionally and to develop productive/collaborative relationships
- Strong written and verbal communication skills
- Master's degree
- Relevant pharmaceutical experience
- Experience of conducting, managing or participating in the audit process
NON-STANDARD WORK SCHEDULE, TRAVEL OR ENVIRONMENT REQUIREMENTS
Project teams may be on US and/or EU timing, support for all regions in Emerging Markets.
Work Location Assignment:Flexible
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