Job Profile: Grade 140 Reg Officer 2 - US Maintenance GRL
Degree in life science-related discipline or professional equivalent
Minimum of 3 years in US regulatory lifecycle maintenance experience, focusing on US marketed products
Experience in regulatory procedures in the US within regulatory lifecycle maintenance activities including Annual Report authoring and co-ordination, knowledge of IND, NDA, BLA applications working cross-functionally with other regulatory stakeholders e.g. Global Regulatory Lead (GRL), CMC, Labelling, Non-Clinical, Clinical, Publishing etc.
Preferably has experience in managing small regulatory projects
Interaction with Regulatory Agencies i.e. FDA is desirable but not a must
Involvement in regulatory strategy and determination of documentation requirements, timelines, budgets
Experience in quality review of technical / regulatory documents
Experienced working in regulatory electronic systems such as RIM, document management systems (EDMS), publishing viewer
Able to assist in review and revision of regulatory and client SOPs / act as reviewer as appropriate
Coordinate several US Annual reports (AR) for IND, NDA, BLA applications to be submitted to FDA for the marketed products portfolio involved in notification, preparation, authoring, compilation and final publishing working cross-functionally with the client GRLs and Functional Area Leads (FALs)
Arrange, prepare content and lead Kick-off meetings per AR with FALs discussing timelines, roles and responsibilities, issues etc.
Draft cover letters, forms, document plans required for submission
Ensure electronic databases, trackers and systems for product portfolio are appropriately managed and maintained in a timely and organized manner
Escalate issues early to the Workstream lead mitigating risks
Provide support to the Workstream lead, as needed
Excellent verbal and written communication skills in English are essential
Be able to manage peaks of workload and prioritize workload with some supervision
Ability to work to tight timelines
Open and communicative personality
Good team player
Good negotiating skills
Ability to identify issues and contribute to their resolution
Strong computer skills, including MS Office applications, project management tools (trackers), data and document management systems, SharePoint
Adaptable to change
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