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Regulatory Ops Specialist

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Beacon Hill Staffing Group, LLC Westlake Village , CA 91361

Posted 2 months ago

One of our clients in north Los Angeles is looking for a Regulatory Ops Specialist (II or III) with the following skills and experience:

Description of Role/Responsibilities:

Client is looking for a Level II or Level III Regulatory Ops Specialist. Looking for someone with AMPLE experience not a junior person. Selected candidate will need to hit the ground running from day one

Top 4 Skills:

Formatting word documents using eCTD

The electronic common technical document (eCTD) is an interface and international specification for the pharmaceutical industry to agency transfer of regulatory information.

Writing up SOPs (Standard Operating Procedures)

Creating Process around development operations work

Building global regulatory submissions (eCTD or Non-eCTD)

Additional Notes:

Experience with publishing eCTD submissions

Experience as document and submission publisher including knowledge of regulatory publishing tools (e.g., eCTDXpress, FirstDoc, ISIToolBox)

Knowledge of submission compilation, publishing, approval processes, tools and standards Ability to thrive in a rapid paced environment

Ability to manage change with a positive approach to the challenges of change for self, team and the business.

Sees change as an opportunity to improve performance and add value to the business

Good problem and conflict resolution skills

Comprehensive knowledge of Microsoft Office and Adobe Acrobat applications

Excellent English written and verbal communication skills.

*What is an eCTD?- The eCTD is the standard format for submitting applications, amendments, supplements, and reports to FDA's Center for Drug Evaluation and Research (CDER) and Center for Biologics Evaluation and Research (CBER). It is basically an interface and international specification for the pharmaceutical industry to agency transfer of regulatory information.

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Company Profile:

Beacon Hill Technologies, a premier National Information Technology Staffing Group, provides world class technology talent across all industries on a contract, direct (permanent), contract-to-direct and project basis. Beacon Hill Technologies' dedicated team of recruiting and staffing experts consistently delivers quality IT professionals to solve our customers' technical and business needs.

Beacon Hill Technologies covers a broad spectrum of IT positions, including Project Management and Business Analysis, Programming/Development, Database, Infrastructure, Quality Assurance, Production/Support and ERP roles.

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Regulatory Ops Specialist

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Beacon Hill Staffing Group, LLC