Manager, Regional Regulatory Strategist

Pfizer Collegeville , PA 19426

Posted 3 weeks ago


  • Represent United States (US) Regulatory Affairs

  • Provide strategic expertise as a member of the Global Regulatory Strategic Team (GRST)

  • Lead and implement US regulatory strategies in agreement with key stakeholders for assigned projects and in line with the commercial goals

  • Be accountable for timely submissions and approvals with commercially attractive labelling

  • Be accountable for ensuring optimal regulatory interactions with US FDA in relation to the assigned projects

  • Projects assigned can be in development and/or at post-authorization stage


  • Accountable for ensuring US contribution to global regulatory strategies and implementation plans for assigned projects

  • Ensures regulatory contributions achieve the objectives in the strategy, achieve agreed standards, maximizing overall project delivery time and probability of success and facilitating post filing activities

  • Partners with project teams and other customer groups (e.g. Clinical Study Teams; Post-Authorization Study Teams; Program Management; Worldwide Safety) to ensure required regulatory contributions meet business needs and are provided to agreed time and quality standards

  • Ensures regulatory plans are monitored, progress/variance communicated to Global Regulatory Lead and Senior Management and any risks (from emerging data, changing internal objectives or external threats) mitigated

  • Ensures an aligned US regulatory position is reached and communicated for all key issues for assigned projects, and that these regulatory positions are championed and communicated

  • Ensures business compliance and implementation of and adherence to Regulatory standards

  • Maintains internal regulatory databases, tracking and document management systems as appropriate

  • Supports query and commitment management in collaboration relevant stakeholders

  • Develops and maintains, directly or indirectly, constructive working relationship with FDA contacts

  • Engages in appropriate activities in order to influence the US regulatory environment through Regulatory colleagues, Agency contacts and/or Trade Associations as appropriate


  • BS degree required plus 5+years of experience.

  • Minimum 5 years of US Regulatory Affairs experience

  • Experience in regulatory management of a US IND, responses to FDA requests for information/FDA comments, and representing Regulatory Affairs in cross-functional teams

  • Knowledge of drug development practice rules, regulations and guidelines

  • Familiarity with factors likely to influence the regulatory environment, including new and emerging guidelines
  • Communication skills
  • Ability to communicate complex information and analyses to a variety of scientific audiences in both verbal and written format, including to senior management


Not applicable


Limited travel may be required in the future

Other Job Details:

Last Date to Apply for Job: 09/19/2021

Additional Location Information: USA

  • PA - Collegeville; United States

  • New York

  • New York City; United States

  • New York

  • Pearl River; United States

  • Remote

No Relocation Offered

Eligible for Employee Referral Bonus


Pfizer requires all U.S. new hires to be fully vaccinated for COVID-19 prior to the first date of employment. As required by applicable law, Pfizer will consider requests for Reasonable Accommodations.

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EEO & Employment Eligibility

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